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Escorted Tours of China

China Escorted Tours


With a fascinating history and culture, breathtaking scenery and enchanting local people a trip to China is one of a lifetime. The only question is with so much on offer how do you decide what to see and do?

Our captivating China tours combine as many of the famous sites and experiences as possible, from the Great Wall to the Terracotta Warriors, from Shanghai to Beijing. All of our English speaking local guides are passionate, friendly and high-knowledgeable - they will accompany you from the moment you arrive in China from the UK right through to your departing flight home. Extend your tour of China with one of our three and four-day Add-ons to create the trip of a lifetime and one we guarantee will leave you with wonderful and lasting memories.

China Tour Highlights

Learn more about these amazing places to visit on your escorted tour of China

Beijing

Beijing

You could spend weeks, if not months or even years, in Beijing and still not do it justice. No other city in China, and few in the world, offers so many must-see attractions. Beijing is as compelling as it is complex; a capital of exhilarating extremes,...

Chengdu Panda Breeding Centre

Chengdu Panda Breeding Centre

What is it about Pandas? These cute creatures have an effect on people that only the most flint-hearted could resist. Whatever it is, for anyone visiting Chengdu in Sichuan, a trip to the Giant Panda Breeding Research Base is an absolute must. Here’s...

Forbidden City

Forbidden City

Forbidden City, also known as the Palace Museum, lies in the centre of China’s capital Beijing. Closed to the outside world until 1925, it is one of the most astonishing and unmissable tourist attractions in the world. About Forbidden City Constructed...

Hangzhou

Hangzhou

Way back in the 13th century, explorer Marco Polo opined that Hangzhou was "the finest, most splendid city in the world… where so many pleasures may be found that one fancies oneself to be in Paradise." It’s quite an accolade to live up...

Li River

Li River

The Li River and its surrounding countryside is what you might call ‘chocolate-box’ China. The serene waterway and its tributaries flowing lazily through verdant countryside, flanked by a procession of jutting karst peaks with bizarre names and associated...

Shanghai

Shanghai

With a population of some 24 million, Shanghai is not only the biggest city in China, it is also one of the most populous and prosperous places on the planet. Situated on the delta of the Yangtze river, Shanghai is a beguiling blend of East and West –...

Summer Palace

Summer Palace

In terms of unmissable Beijing sights, the Summer Palace is right up there with the Forbidden City and the Great Wall. It can shock the senses of even the most saturated tourist. This huge expanse of Qing-style pavilions, bridges, walkways and gardens,...

Terracotta Warriors

Terracotta Warriors

The ‘Terracotta Army’, only discovered in 1974 and considered to be the Eighth Wonder of the World, is an entire army of life-size terracotta soldiers and horses which had lain buried and hidden for over 2,000 years. The site ranks with the Great...

Great Wall of China

Great Wall of China

Winding across deserts, grasslands and mountains and stretching over 13,000 miles, the Great Wall of China is one of mankind’s greatest engineering feats and a must-see for any visitor to China. About the Great Wall of ChinaConstructed as a series...

Tiananmen Square

Tiananmen Square

Tiananmen Square is one of the largest public squares in the world (though strictly speaking, it’s actually a rectangle, 800 metres x 500 metres). As the ‘front door’ to the Forbidden City, it has a historical, cultural and political significance...

Xi'an

Xi'an

You don’t have to look far beneath the surface of the modern, noisy version of this city to discover thousands of years of history. Xi'an (pronounced See-an and known in ancient times as Chang’an) is more than 3,000 years old. Between 1,000 BC and...

Yangtze River Cruise

Yangtze River Cruise

It is the world’s third longest river, stretching nearly 4,000 miles from Shanghai through China’s heartland. The Yangtze – sometimes called the “Yellow River” – is China’s lifeline. It runs through 18 provinces and cities and is regarded...

China Tours - Essential Information

When you visit China, these are the facts and useful information you need to know…

Flight Time to China
Flight Time

10 hours

Vise Required for China
Visa required?

Yes

Population of China
Population

1.3 Billion

Capital city of China
Capital City

Beijing

Currency of China
Currency

Yuan

China Time Difference
Local Time

GMT + 7 hours

Spoken Language of China
Spoken Language

Mandarin