Itinerary

Travel to China and discover why it's one of the world's favourite holiday destinations. From Hong Kong to Shanghai this adventure tour will captivate you with its cityscapes and spectacular scenery.

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      USD $2,347
      CAD $2,377
      AUD $2,471
      EUR €1,717
      GBP £1,477
      NZD $2,921
      ZAR R22,492
      CHF FR2,118
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Days 1-2 Hong Kong

Arrive in Hong Kong and be captivated by the city's bright lights and energetic vibe. For a little space amid the madness, head to the parks or beaches, or scale Victoria Peak for great views over HK. Indulge in a dim sum brunch or shop up a storm at Stanley Market.
ACCOM: Hotel - 1, Overnight sleeper train - 1

Days 3-4 Zhangjiajie

Travel to Zhangjiajie, one of the most stunning locations in China. Perhaps trek the surrounding area and take in the soaring mountains and plethora of valleys, caves, gorges and streams.
ACCOM: Guesthouse - 2

Days 5-6 Fenghuang

Learn about the customs and culture of the Tujia and Miao minorities while in Fenghuang – one of China’s most well preserved ancient cities. Stroll the atmospheric streets, stopping at local diners, silver shops and historical residences.
ACCOM: Guesthouse - 2

Days 7-10 Yangzi River

Learn some traditional Chinese card games on a scenic train ride through the countryside. Experience everyday Chinese life in Yichang and visit the hydroelectric dam project. Embark on a relaxing boat trip through the panoramic delights of the Three Gorges.
ACCOM: Overnight boat - 4

Days 11-12 Chengdu

Travel to Chengdu, the capital of the Sichuan province, with its spicy cuisine, countless artisans and lively atmosphere. Take a walk around the city, stopping to admire the giant Mao Zedong statue in Culture Square. Perhaps take a cooking class, pass through Wenshu Temple to mingle with worshippers or experience the passion and drama of a Sichuan Opera.
ACCOM: Hotel - 2

Days 13-14 Shanghai

Welcome to Shanghai, one of the world's more fascinating cities. Perhaps wander the Bund, jostle through the Yuyuan Bazaar or peruse ancient treasures in the Shanghai Museum. Enjoy an energetic acrobatic show on the last night, a fitting finale to this Chinese adventure.
ACCOM: Hotel - 1