Day 1: Badaling Great Wall, Ming Tombs (L)
-Pick up travelers from hotels between 7:00am and 8:30am, and then drive to the Ming Tombs (50 miles away from downtown and about one hour driving).
-Visit the Ming Tombs, the best preserved Chinese imperial tombs with over 500-years history. Spend around 1 hour exploring Changling, the largest one, Emperor Yongle's Tomb.
-Before lunch, we will stop by a Jade Carving Factory. The Jade Factory is more like a showcase, exhibiting history and making process of jade, as well as all kinds of beautiful jades. Here you could not only learn something about Chinese jade, but also buy some souvenirs for your beloved ones.
-Enjoy typical Chinese lunch at a local restaurant.
-Drive to Badaling Great Wall after lunch and a short rest.
-Sightseeing on the most famous part of the Great Wall, Badaling section, for 2 hours. Cable car is a good choice if one wants to get to the highest point and enjoy beautiful bird's eye view.
-Drive back to Beijing city. On the way to your hotels, we will drive by the Bird's Nest and Water Cube for you to enjoy some wonderful views from the bus. Afterwards, we will have a chance to enjoy the Chinese traditional silk arts at a gallery.
Transfer travelers back to hotel. (L)
Day 2: Tian'anmen Square, Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, Summer Palace (L)
-Pick up travelers from hotels between 7:00am and 8:30am.
-Our first stop is at Tian'anmen Square. After short stroll along the square, we walk into the Forbidden City, the largest imperial palace complex in the world.
-Visit the Forbidden City along the central axis from south to north for around 2 hours.
-On the way to the Temple of Heaven, we will pay a short visit to the Chinese traditional medicine hall.
-Then visit the Temple of Heaven where the ancient Emperors prayed for peace and harvest. Spend time sightseeing the temple for 1 hour.
-Enjoy lunch in a local restaurant and have a short rest.
-After lunch, stop by a free pearl market where we will see lots of beautiful handicrafts made of pearls.
-Drive around 30 minutes to Summer Palace. Listed as world heritage, the summer palace perfectly combines the natural landscape of hills and open water with humankind works such as pavilions, halls, palaces and bridges. Explore the garden for around 1 hour and 20 minutes.
-Be transferred back to your hotel after the whole day tour. (L)
Day 3: Hutongs, Lama Temple, Beijing Zoo, Bird's Nest&Water Cube (L)
-Be picked up from your hotel by English speaking tour guide between 07:00 am and 8:30 am..
-Drive to Beijing Zoo to see lovely Giant Pandas.
-About 40 minutes later, proceed to the Lama Temple. Spend around 1 hour in the temple for sightseeing.
-We will have an opportunity to have lunch with locals in a typical Beijinger's house.
-After lunch, visit the old Beijing lanes by rickshaw. The Hutong tour will take around 2 hours. Then stop by a porcelain factory to see all kinds of handicrafts.
-Then drive to the Bird's Nest and Water Cube to enjoy an outside visit. Anyone interested in the inner visit could ask the tour guide to assist you in buying the entrance tickets.
-On the way back to hotels, we will visit a Chinese Tea House where you could enjoy Chinese tea and watch tea ceremony. (L)
Notes of Bus Tour
-Our tour guide will call travelers the day before the tour date between 18:00 and 21:00 to confirm the pick-up time.
-Our tour guide will call to travelers' room when arrive at their hotels on the morning of tour date.
Or you may send us an email:
-Air-conditioned tour coach,
-Professional English-speaking tour guide,
-Chinese lunch with one soft drink,
-Pick up from and transfer back to your hotel,
-Gas, parking and express way cost.
Service package excludes:
-cable car of Great
Wall, personal expense.
We have 5 payment methods:
pay our tour guide in cash in Beijing (USD and Chinese currency are both acceptable).
Pay us via Paypal.
pay us via credit card at least one week before tour date.
pay us via Western Union at least 1 week before tour date.
transfer payment to bank account of our company at least 3 weeks before tour date.