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15 Days Explore China & Tibet

15 Days Explore China & Tibet


15 Days Explore China & Tibet – Get over the wall for a life-changing adventure through China’s awe-inspiring interior. Explore the unforgettable city of Beijing and meet pandas at a breeding centre in Sichuan. Discover daily life in Tibet and cruise the incredible Yangtze River on a riverboat. Cycle atop the city walls of Xi’an, and face its standing army of terracotta warriors before eating lunch with a local family. Get into China’s very heart and it will most certainly get into yours.

  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Autumn
  • Winter
  • Potala Palace
  • Jokhang Temple
  • Norbu Lingka
  • Drepung Monastery
  • Sera Monastery
  • Namtso Lake

Private – 15 Days Explore China & Tibet

Day one: Beijing


Your assigned local tour and travel representative will pick you from the airport and drop you to the hotel. There is few activities arranged for the day, but to rest after a long journey.

Day two: Beijing

One day activities

Visit the Great Wall of China with time in the late afternoon to explore Beijing.
Set out early for the Great Wall at Mutianyu. Spend the day wandering from tower to tower along this magnificent feat of construction.

Opt to see a Shaolin Monk Kung Fu Show, the Beijing Opera, or the Beijing Acrobats.

Day three: Beijing – Xi’an

Distance coverage: 4000km three days trip

One day activities

Take a guided tour of the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square before boarding the Trans-Tibetan Railway to Lhasa.
Enjoy learning about Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City before using some free time to explore more of the capital.
Afterward, prepare for our overnight sleeper train journey to Xi’an, which we will board in the evening.

Day four – five: Xi’an

Two days activities

Arrive in the ancient Chinese capital and traditional silk road terminus, Xi’an, in the morning. We will be met and transferred to our hotel. After settling in, gather for an inner city bike ride along 14km of ancient city walls. In the evening, explore the multicultural feel of the Muslim Quarter, with shopping lanes and street-side food stalls selling naan, kebabs, and a fine array of sweets.

Visit the famed Terracotta Warriors the archaeological wonder built over 2,000 years ago to protect the tomb of Emperor Qin Shi Huang. After, visit a local Village for lunch. Opt to enjoy a Tang Dynasty dinner banquet in the evening.

Day six: Xi’an – Lhasa

One day activities

Take a spectacular morning flight over the Himalayas to Lhasa, Tibet, the roof of the world at an altitude of 3,700m (12,140 ft). Enjoy a relaxed pace in the afternoon as we adjust to the altitude, and take a leisurely orientation walk with our assigned representative.
Barkhor, one of the most popular religious and tourist place is the first destination once you land in Lhasa.

Day seven – eight: Lhasa

Two days activities

To the Potala Palace and the Tibetan Medicine Institute to learn more about Tibetan spirituality and culture. Also visit a Tangka Academy to observe this ancient and intricate art form, considered sacred to Buddhist. The works usually depict a deity, scene, or mandala and are tied directly into Buddhist teaching and meditation.

Visit sacred Jokhang Temple and the historic Sera Monastery, one of the great Tibetan Universities famed for its open debates among monks on the Buddhist doctrines.

Day nine: Lhasa – Chengdu

Distance coverage: 2000km one day trip

One day activities

Fly down into the Sichuan Valley, leaving the arid Tibetan plateau behind. Be prepared to try some of the spiciest food in all of China in Chengdu. Our tour leader will take us straight to spice-lovers heaven! Sichaun is also famous for its opera, and, as a direct influence from the food- its spicy ladies.

Day ten: Chengdu – Chongqing

Distance coverage: 300km two days trip

One day trip

The majority of the world’s remaining pandas live in the mountains of Sichuan. Early in the morning we’ll visit the Breeding Center to see the pandas stretch after a long night’s slumber, then dig in to a healthy bamboo breakfast.

Later we’ll head to Chongqing, where our Yangtze River cruise boat is docked. We’ll enjoy a brief visit to the city of Chongqing, then board our vessel and settle in for the upcoming cruise.

Day eleven – thirdteen: Chongqing – Yangtze River

Three days trip

The mighty Yangtze River splits China into north and south, and runs all the way from Chongqing to Shanghai. We cruise through one of the most geographically dramatic sections of the river, called the Three Gorges.

While on the boat, enjoy one of the several activities planned, or just laze the days away taking photos. Meal times will vary depending on the schedule of excursions and activities; times will be posted daily. Meals are served in the single-seating Dynasty Dining Room. Sumptuous western and Chinese buffets are offered at breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
On the third day, the trip is scheduled for the next destination – Shanghai.

Day fourteen: Shanghai

One day trip

Enjoy free time to explore on your own. Opt to visit Yuyuan Gardens or the Shanghai Museum. Later, get a behind-the-scenes peek at the famed Shanghai acrobats, visiting their training room, interacting with the artists and learning about this ancient tradition, followed by an awe-inspiring performance.
Shanghai is a fascinating city – we recommend booking a few extra nights at the end of your tour to better explore it

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