China Experience

From £1,599.00

Highlights

China group tours in Yangshou

Trip Highlights

  • A sunrise trek on a deserted section of The Great Wall
  • Board bamboo rafts and float down the Li River in Yangshuo
  • Join one of Asia’s largest bar crawls in cosmopolitan Shanghai
  • Volunteer at a childcare centre near Shaolin for children lost on China’s railways
  • Visit Chairman Mao's Summer House in a bamboo nature reserve
  • See the world’s highest bungee jump in Macau

Trip Summary

This is an incredible circular tour of China which has been designed to show you an unforgettable view of real China. The volume and variety of experiences included in the itinerary make this trip quite unique.

We take you to stunning off-the-beaten-track locations which you couldn’t normally get to without being able to speak Mandarin. We also visit all of China’s unmissable attractions - Giant pandas, The Great Wall and The Terracotta Warriors. You get a chance to give something back, when volunteering at a childcare centre and a soup kitchen for homeless people. All these experiences are interspersed with some great nights out along the way too!

The trip aims to provide you with a safe, interesting, hassle-free and unforgettable experience during your epic 5,458km journey through The Middle Kingdom! 

 

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Trip itinerary

Day

The trip offers many un-missable attractions and activities included in the price. However, it has been designed to be flexible, so you can spend as much or as little time with the group as you want. During the free time we offer loads of optional activities. Any activities which aren’t included in the price have their price listed in brackets, if no price is listed then the activity is included for free.

Day 1: Meet the Group

You will be required to make your own way to the accommodation. Once you have arrived and checked in, feel free to take a self-guided mini tour around Hong Kong or relax in preparation for the next 26 adventure filled days! 

Day 2: Depart from Hong Kong

Meet your group and in-country team in the hostel reception at  7am, before taking a tram up to Victoria Peak to enjoy views over Hong Kong. There will be a pre-departure briefing on top of Victoria Peak and after you've taken in the views you'll take the tram back down and will head to the hostel for any last minute preparations. 

You'll depart the hostel and will cross the border to board your 3 hour bullet train to Guilin. On arrival in Guilin, you will have the chance to get some dinner or wait for 2 hours and get some in Yangshuo. 

Day 3 – Day 6: Yangshuo (near Guilin)

You'll arrive in the village of Yangshuo early in the morning. Yangshuo is one of the most popular areas for backpackers in Southern China, nestled amongst stunning karst peaks and winding rivers. You'll spend your time easing into the chilled pace of life here and the perfect way to do this is on one of our free un-missable attractions, a bamboo rafting cruise down the Li river. Other activities you can do here are hiking, biking and swimming by day, and soaking up the atmosphere in Yangshuo’s vibrant bars in the evening. The nights usually start with some ice-cold local beers on a roof top bar, located in one of the most spectacular locations any bar in the world could boast! Optional activities in Yangshuo include a minibus to Moon Hill Cave at incredible view points and swimming spots (85CNY), kayaking (150CNY), learning to cook Chinese food at a cuisine institute (120CNY), watching cormorant fishing which the Brits will recognize from the HSBC advert where farmers use birds to catch fish for them (45CNY) and enjoying various Chinese herbal remedies such as cupping, where hotcups are placed on your back in order to withdraw the impurities from your body (35CNY)! On the afternoon of day 6 take the bus to Guilin to board a night train to Chengdu.

Days 7 - 9: Chengdu

The capital of Sichuan Province, one of the largest and most vibrant provinces in Western China, Chengdu is a feast for the senses. You’re now in the heart of real China, so the first thing we do is have a mandarin lesson so that you can survive away from the group and start exploring a little more independently. In China they say that if you lose one sense, your other senses improve, which is why many blind people in China study the ancient art of Chinese massage. We spend a relaxing afternoon being massaged in one of the best blind massage places in the city (40CNY), before heading to try Sichuan Hot Pot, a bubbling broth of spicy sauce in which you dip strips of meat and vegetables (80CNY). Don’t worry, there is a non-spicy broth available as well! The next morning, we have an early start in order to catch feeding time at the Panda Breeding Research Centre, the world's main and biggest centre! 

Later on, enjoy a night out in Chengdu! In the morning of day 9, you can visit Wenshu Monastery, Maos Statue, Peoples Park and a traditional tea house. In the afternoon, you will take a public bus to Chengdu north and later board your train to Xi'an. 

Day 10 & 11: Xi’an

After arriving and transferring to the hostel, we head straight for the Ming Dynasty City walls for an optional bike ride (100CNY). Explore the local area, taking in the Bell Drum Towers, Muslin Quarter and Great Mosque. In the evening, enjoy some local street food and visit a nearby silk market. 

The following morning, we'll hit another un-missable attraction, The Terracotta Warriors, a Wonder of the Ancient World. In the evening, you can take some time to give back to the local community by volunteering at the local soup kitchen or visiting a home for the disabled. 

Day 12: Dengfeng 

You'll be up early to catch the bus to Dengfeng, a small town just next to Shaolin, the home of Kung Fu. 

In the afternoon, you'll go to a local market to get supplies to take to a nearby childcare centre. The centre focusses on teaching the children Kung Fu to give them a skill to support themselves in later life. You can have a Kung Fu lesson from one of their teachers (150CNY) or help the children practice their English and watch the incredible Kung Fu performances that they put on. 

Day 13: Shaolin Monastery 

Staying in Dengfeng, not Luoyang like almost all other tourists, means that today we can arrive early and avoid the crowds at the flagship of Kung Fu, the Shaolin Temple (120CNY). Take an optional hike to Dharma Cave, a spirtual spot for Buddhist Pilgrims and be rewarded by the beautiful views of both the shrines/temples and views of the area. 

Depart Zhenghzhou to board your train to Beijing. 

Day 14-17: Beijing

After arriving and freshening up in a hostel, have your 3rd Mandarin Lesson. You and your group will be set a Mandarin Challenge and winners will get a price. Later we will head off to our next un-missable attraction, perhaps the most un-missable of them all, The Great Wall of China. We visit a stunning section of the Wall, which because of its remoteness, means we usually get the place to ourselves. We hike along the wall for a few Kilometres (optional) before camping overnight on the wall itself! (Seasonal: 1st May to 30th September only). If you can't camp on the wall you'll stay overnight in a farmhouse just a few minutes from the wall. In the morning we get up early to watch one of the most incredible sunrise imaginable!

The remaining time in Beijing is spent visiting the Olympic Birds Nest stadium, enjoying a stunning Chinese Acrobatics Performance (140CNYT), Forbidden City (60CNY) as well as much more.  Later in the afternoon on day 17, we are off to Hangzhou! 

Day 18 & 19: Hangzhou and Moganshan

After arriving in China’s most beautiful city, you'll board a bullet train and then take a minibus to Mogan Mountains, famed for it's bamboo forests. After a bit of hiking and a good night's rest, we'll trek to a beautiful crystal clear mountain lagoon which will be our swimming spot. After lunch, we'll take the bullet train to Shanghai.

Day 20 - 22: Shanghai

After arriving in cosmopolitan Shanghai, you’ll realise straight away that this is a city which comes alive at night, and there’s no better way to get an overview of the city’s best bars than when on the Drunken Dragon Bar Crawl (160CNY). Other optional activities include walking tours of the former British and French concessions, a visit to the underground propaganda museum (20CNY) a walk around Yu Gardens (20CNY) a tour through People's Square, Nanjing Road (one of the busiest shopping streets) and a walk along the Bund before heading off to the top floor of a skyscraper to enjoy some champagne while sitting in a hot tub (entrance to bar 100 CNY plus the cost of the champagne). There is also an optional excursion to ZhuJiaJiao Water Town, a Chinese equivalent to the Italian Venice.

Day 23 & 24: Nanjing in Fujian Province

In the morning we say goodbye to Shanghai and take a bullet train to Nanjing, not to be confused with the more famous Nanjing City north of Shanghai. On arrival we'll transfer deep into the Fujian tea growing hills where we're lucky enough to stay overnight in a traditional mud roundhouse, the traditional homes of the Haka Minority People. Because these are still real homes, not just quaint attractions for tourists, they are surprisingly well equipped with running water, electricity and even WI-FI! On Day 24, we'll have a tour around the UNESCO World Heritage Site exploring more of the Haka Minority roundhouses, picturesque villages and the tea fields. 

Day 25: Fujian Tulou

The day is spent with a bike tour and exploring more roundhouses in the area. If your legs are getting tired there is a support vehicle with us at all times if you've had enough of cycling! In the evening take your final night train to Guangzhou and transferring to take a bus to the Zhuai border.

Day 26: Macau

For lunch, try some hawker delicacies offered while passing through the border. Arrive in Macau, known as the Vegas of the East. Perhaps, given the fact that Macau’s casinos now turn over 5 times as much money as Las Vegas’s do, perhaps it won’t be long before Vegas is known as the Macau of the West! The afternoon is spent seeing The World’s Highest Bungee Jump and then heading on to explore the colonial old Portuguese side of town, before trying your luck in the Venetian Casino in the evening.

Grab your luggage and head to the ferry port to take the hydrofoil back to Hong Kong - an amazing way to arrive into Hong Kong! Back at the hostel, have some well-earned rest after having completed your epic 5,458 journey through China! 

Day 27: Hong Kong

Today is a free day with no activities planned, you are free to depart at any time, either to continue with your travels independently or make your own way to the airport for your flight home.

Destination Information

The country we know today as China actually derives from a long line of smaller civilisations dating back six millennia. China’s influence on modern life is nothing short of remarkable having given the world a huge array of inventions such as paper, the compass, gunpowder and even pasta. The country is steeped in traditions and ancient practices and it is all just waiting to be rediscovered by you.

China’s rapid development over the last 20 years has helped transform it into a global economic super power, but its historic roots are here to stay. You only have to visit one of the many temples, the Great Wall or the Terracotta Army to see that!

Trip Notes

What's Included

  • All accommodation
  • All the attractions and activities listed above apart from those optional activities with a price listed in brackets
  • All transport for the above itinerary
  • A combination of English-speaking Chinese and Western tour guides throughout
  • 24-hour emergency support
  • Mandarin tuition
  • All tips, taxes and charges

What's Not Included

  • Flights
  • Travel Insurance
  • Food and drinks
  • Optional activities and the transport to them – any activity with a price in brackets
  • Transfers on arrival or departure

Additional Information & FAQ's

Minimum Age & Eligibility

Minimum age 18 years old, maximum dependent on health of participant.

Accomodation & Meals

We stay in hostels which have been chosen because of their great atmosphere and location. They are all safe, clean and hygienic.

You will be staying in dorm rooms that sleep 4-12 people and are mixed sex. 

Some nights are spent on night trains, where you have a fully flat bed.

Food is not included on the trip, but our guide will always offer to take you to a local restaurant where they can arrange a great discount for you. You should budget  approximately 30CNY per meal (25 CNY for breakfast). If you want to eat cheaper than that, then your guides can help you order basic and delicious fried noodles/fried rice for 10CNY per dish.

FAQs

How Big Are The Group Sizes?

Each trip will generally consist of a group of around 5 to 20 people.
 

Will We Have Any Free Time?

The trip has been designed to be flexible, so you can have as much or little free time as you want depending on how many of our optional activities you sign up for.
 

How Much Spending Money Will I Need?

You will need money for food, drinks and optional activities which should total no more than £130 per week.
 

Do I Need A Visa To Visit China?

Yes, once you have sent us a scanned copy of your passport we will issue you with a visa invitation letter to support your visa applicatoin. You should apply for your visa within 90 days of departure.
 

Will We Get To See The Great Wall And The Pandas?

Yes these are both included for free as they are deemed un-missable!
 

How Long Are The Journeys Between Destinations?

The journeys vary from one hour to 24 hours with the majority travelled on China's extensive rail network. To make sure that you make the most of your time in China the longer journeys will be taken as overnight sleeper trains.
 

Do I Need To Take A Sleeping Bag?

No, all bedding is provided
 

Do I Need To Take A Mosquito Net?

No, you don't need to take one with you.
 

Will There Be A Safe/safety Deposit Box Available?

Yes, all of the hostels have lockers in the rooms and a safe at the front desk.

Extra Notes

Visa Information

You should ensure that you have a full passport that is valid for 6 months beyond the intended length of stay. It is your responsibility to have the correct personal documents and to obtain your own visa, if one is necessary, in accordance with the regulations of the country you are to visit. The information provided below is to help you with that process. We are not responsible for the actions of local immigration and customs officials, whether at points of entry or otherwise, and any subsequent effects.

To enter mainland China

For stays of up to 30 days, citizens of the European Union, the USA, Australia and New Zealand must obtain a Tourist (type L) visa in advance of travel. Visas can be obtained from your local embassy and must be used within 3 months of issue.

As part of your visa application you will need an 'Invitation Letter' which we will provide for you as a document on your Online Account. Please request this letter from us. It contacts all the accommodation details you require to obtain your L visa

You will need to apply for your visa through a Chinese embassy or consulate and you should consult your relevant embassy for detailed instructions.

To enter Hong Kong

Most nationalities do not need a visa, please see the link below to find out the maximum length of time you can stay in Hong Kong without a visa if this applies to your nationality. It is your responsibility to ensure you have the correct information.

Visa requirements

Visa are required for nationals from Afghanistan, Angola, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Belarus, Burundi, Cambodia, Cameroon, Congo republic, Congo (DRC), Cote d'Ivoire, Cuba, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Georgia, Ghana, Iran, Iraq, Kazakhstan, Korea (North), Kyrgystan, Laos, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Moldova, Myanmar, Nepal, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Pakistan, Palestine, Panama, Senegal, Sierra, Leone, Solomon Islands, Somaloa, South Sudan, Sri Lanka, Syria, Tajikistan, Togo, Turkmenistan, Tuvalu, Uzbekistan and Vietnam. 

Visa courier service

If you prefer to use a specialist visa courier service to apply for your Chinese visa on your behalf, we recommend Travcour who can offer you assistance and advice, making your visa application straight forward.

To investigate costs for this service click here to select the country or countries that you wish to travel to.

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Overall Rating: (9/10)

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Amy Greenwood

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What were the highlights of your trip?

camping on the great wall, bamboo rafting in Yangshou and the pandas!

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

An extra day in Chengdu !

Tips for other travellers?

Bring plenty of bug spray, it still gets cold on the great wall in the summer and learn how to use chopsticks !

Any other comments?

do everything !

david wood

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Camping and waking up for sunrise on The Great Wall of China!!! Shanghai! Stunning city and amazing night life! Yangshuo's stunning landscape and the bamboo river rafting and deep water soloing! and for adrenaline junkies the Macau Bungee jump is incredible!

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

More time to be able to go out to the Leshan Giant Buddah in Chengdu

Tips for other travellers?

Expect to get ill and take as much medication that you can think of. Everything comes in handy, even cold and flu tablets. Take a few travel games like cards as they come in handy on the numerous night trains you're on. And when people tell you it gets cold on the great wall, even during the summer months, believe them. Take a hoody or light warm clothes for at night!

Amazing trip! Don't hesitate to book! The guides were brilliant, the itinerary was great! get used to long journeys and travelling a lot, it is an intense travel itinerary. But the ups certainly outweigh the cons. You meet so many great people and the experience is incredible!

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Amazing trip! Don't hesitate to book! The guides were brilliant, the itinerary was great! get used to long journeys and travelling a lot, it is an intense travel itinerary. But the ups certainly outweigh the cons. You meet so many great people and the experience is incredible!

Rachel Pitman

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Camping on the Great Wall, shanghai

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

No

Tips for other travellers?

the itinerary does change so be flexible. The night trains are long but can be fun You will get pictures taken a lot but just embrace it

Lauren O

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What were the highlights of your trip?

Bamboo rafting in Yangshuo, the pandas in Chengdu, camping on the Great Wall and going out in Shanghai.

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

It would have been nice to have an extra day in Shanghai as quite a few people missed a day due to being hungover from the bar crawl!

Tips for other travellers?

1. Be prepared not to get enough sleep for the entire trip! 2. Quite a few activities, including the hike to the Great Wall, are quite physically challenging. Remember to pack proper footwear and be prepared for some exercise. 3. When camping on the Great Wall it gets extremely cold, even in the summer months. Take a warm jacket or hoody, warm trousers and socks!

Svenja Schulmeister

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Shaolin and the KungFu lesson

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

Hiking to a mountain peak

Tips for other travellers?

Don't lose anything Get no connecting flight to Hongkong Don't worry about what could have happen

Carys Ewen

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All of the expected highlights were great such as seeing Pandas, the Terracotta Warriors, Great Wall etc but what really made it were some fantastic in-country guides and an amazing group.

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

Don't think we could have done any more!

Tips for other travellers?

Be prepared for both the rough sides of travelling, e.g. dodgy toilets and slumming it at the farm visit, and donning the glad rags and living the high life in Shanghai and Macau. Catch up on sleep when you can and be prepared to be tired a lot-if you hits the bars as much as my group anyway! And most importantly try to make the most all your time there even when it may look like a negative- for example a 25 hour train ride can actually be a great opportunity to get to know fellow travellers or even locals who want to practice their English...it's often these moments that can lead to a lot of fun and memories!

Any other comments?

No trip is perfect and this is pretty fast paced so be prepared for a lot of tiring travel. However, it's designed so that it's what you make of it and it's up to you how hard you hit it- if you want down time and rest take it, or like our group if you want to drink far too much rice wine and beer, there's definitely the opportunity to do so and you just have to deal with the consequences!

Sophia W

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All of it - there were lots of ups and downs, but it was all part of the experience. The best part was that we got a real impression of China by seeing so many different parts of the country - one day we were in bars in Shanghai, and 3 days later we were in the roundhouses in Fujian. Another amazing part was travelling for a month with the group and making new friends.

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

For a first trip to China the places on the itinerary were amazing and provided a lot of diversity. In each place, if we had wanted to see other sites, the guides were flexible and sometimes offered to show us, or we could often find free time to see them ourselves.

Tips for other travellers?

1. The trip is very fast-paced. Sleep as much as possible, and be prepared for challenges. 2. Learn the language where possible, lots of the people we met were really friendly and loved to talk 3. Make your bag as light as possible, but bring lots of light clothes, including clothes to go out in

Any other comments?

The guides were fun and accommodating.

laura bourke

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Bambo rafting in yangshou/vue bar in shanghai/shanghai pub crawl/ muslim quarter xi an/ westlake

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

dont thinkso

Tips for other travellers?

1. Prepare to spend over 24 hours travelling straight 2. Prepare for things to be unorganized and stressful, just go with the flow and enjoy it despite the chaos at time 3. Bring more money than suggested by real gap and be aware that in certain areas your atm will not work

Any other comments?

Very good choice of places in ithenary and good variety of optional activities available. However nothing is included in the price only transport so make the most of each place you vist!

Beth Pearman

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The countryside places, especially Yangshuo, the bamboo rafting, mud baths, the lodge, the roundhouses, drinking tea, the food.. There's plenty more!

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

I would have liked to stay longer in the countryside places as we barely got to stay there for longer than a day and they were beautiful.

Tips for other travellers?

1. Do everything and completely embrace the experiences you have. 2. Bring very light and loose fitting clothes if you come in the summer months or even just wait until you get there and buy it out there because it's so much cheaper and they have much more practical clothing. 3. Takes LOTS of photos and bring multiple memory cards so if you lose one, you still have many photos!

Any other comments?

The organisation of the guides could DEFINITELY be improved.

Scott Thorley

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What were the highlights of your trip?

Visiting 11 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Shanghai and Yangshuo

Is there anything else you would have liked to have added to your itinerary?

Extend the length of the trip and then we could visit even more places of interest in China. But China is massive. You could spend years travelling throughout China!

Tips for other travellers?

Pack light, Bring Amodium tablets and definitely go to sallys house.

Any other comments?

By far the best out of the 4 trips I booked through Real Gap.

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