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China Tours & Trips

China, Asia's largest country, swings between the stunning modern vibes of Beijing and Shanghai and the centuries old culture and traditions of Tibet. Take a walk on the Great Wall of China, have a river cruise on Yangtze river with one of our adventures or visit Yunnan and fall in love with this country.

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Frequently Asked Questions About China Tours

  • What is the best way to tour China?
    China is a vast country, but you can see and do a lot on your trip thanks to the country's extensive high-speed train network. The easiest way to tour China is on a guided tour with trains, ensuring you get around efficiently and experience all the highlights of this great country.
  • How many days is enough for China?
    There's a huge number of attractions in China, so it really comes down to how much time you have. You can see and do a lot in anything between one and four weeks in China. One week will mean you can experience the highlights, while four weeks means you can explore at a more leisurely pace and see more of the country.
  • What is the best month to visit China?
    China is great place to visit year-round. The most popular months for tourists are June, July and August - but these are also the hottest months. You may prefer visiting in April-May or September-October, as it's quieter and cooler, making it perfect for exploring.
  • How much does a trip to China cost?
    The amount you need to budget for a trip to China depends on what cities you're visiting, the type of accommodation you're staying in, and what activities you want to do. As a general rule, we recommend budgeting around $200 per day.


  • Visit the Great Wall of China at Mutianyu. Take a cable car up and a bobsled down!
  • Take a lesson in Tai Chi before racing along in a Tuk Tuk to your acupuncture session.
  • Travel on horseback across the grasslands of Inner Mongolia before settling in for the night in a well-equipped yurt.
  • Travel by bullet train from Shanghai to the beautiful water-town landscapes of Zhouzhuang.
  • Spend a day shopping in Hong Kong and then travel by ferry to the casinos in Macau to try and win your money back!
  • Fill your belly with sticky rice dumplings and enough Realgar wine to “drive away evil spirits” at the Chinese Dragon Boat Festival.
  • Feed, cuddle and take pictures with giant Panda’s as part of a volunteer program
  • Travel by cable car up the side of Tianmen Mountain. Stroll on paths built onto the cliff face, including sections with a glass floor.


  • Need help with the language? Almost anyone under 25 years old is likely to speak both standard Mandarin and English.
  • Be sure to check the weather for the areas you’ll be visiting in the month you’ll be visiting them.
  • Enjoy the food! Try as much as you can and don’t be afraid of the street vendors.
  • There are bargains to be had when it comes to leather goods, tailored clothes, accessories and jewellery.
  • Tipping in mainland China is not expected but is common in hotels and restaurants that cater to Western tourists.
  • Cash is king in China. Don’t expect to rely on your credit cards other than in hotels, restaurants and some upscale shops.
  • For the most part, the Chinese are not comfortable with physical contact. Avoid back-slapping, arm-touching and hugs.
  • China has planted the biggest artificial forest in the world to stop the spread of the Gobi desert.

China Trip Reviews

  • "My husband and I enjoyed each others company as we explored China. The tour guide was amazing, took us to fantastic places and was our personal menu translator when we visited small towns where everyone spoke Mandarin. We never would have known and experienced a lot of things if we did this on our own. Overall it was a memorable trip with minor set backs. I definitely recommend the Fine China tour to everyone who wants to expereince the Northern Chinese culture."
    Fine China
  • "Beijing was a great city with warm hearted and welcoming people. I also like Nanluogo Xiang, the snakes and the local delicacies. It was a trip worth remembering."
    4 Days Guilin Tours including Longji Terrace Rice Fields and Li River Cruise
  • "The China tour was an awesome adventure. The tour guide was great and took us to the most stunning places that I was so eager to see but the highlight of the tour was seeing the Great Wall of China. A very memorable experience to last a lifetime."
    4-Day Beijing Tour Pakcages with Great Wall and Forbidden City