The tour includes the City of Kangding, Sichuan–Tibet Tea Horse Road, Mountain Zheduo, Ganden Thubchen Choekhorling Monastery, Tagong Monastery, Jiaju Tibetan Village, Suopo Watchtowers, and Yading Nature Reserve.
Some of the tour highlights include the fantastic Buddhist sculptures in Longmen Grottoes, the ancient Shaolin Temple, and its pagoda forest, relics of Shang City in Zhengzhou, the National Museum of Chinese Characters and Yinxu Relics in Anyang.
Some of the tour highlights include the magnificent Potala Palace, the fascinating monk Sutra-debating in Sera Monastery, the beautiful holy lake, Yamdrok Lake, World-famous Karola Glacier and the summit of the world, Mount Everest.
Some of the tour highlights include Beijing (now the capital of China), Xian (an important historical city & ancient capital for 13 dynasties of China), Lhasa (capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region), Chengdu (home to the giant panda sanctuaries), Guilin (Li River cruise and great karst landscapes) and Shanghai (China's emerging global financial hub). Explore the must-see sites including the Great Wall & Forbidden City in Beijing, Terracotta Army in Xian, Potala Palace in Lhasa, Giant Panda Sanctuary in Chengdu, Li River Cruise in Guilin and the Bund in Shanghai.
Some of the tour highlights include Beijing, the capital of China and end in Shanghai, China's emerging global financial hub. Explore the most important sites: the Great Wall, Forbidden City, Yuyuan Garden, and the Bund amongst other must-see attractions. Travel to Yunnan Province, literally meaning the "South of the Colorful Clouds", located in the far southwest of China and home to 52 ethnic minorities in China. Marvel at its most diverse ethnic cultures by visiting Dali, Lijiang, and Shangri-La.
The tour includes the grand and magnificent Potala Palace, the well-preserved Tibetan monasteries, the fascinating and holy Yamdrok Lake, enjoying the great view of Mount Everest, trekking around the famous Mount Kailash.
A once-in-a-lifetime experience to the great event of Tibetans in the South of Gansu Province: the Monlam Festival. The first Monlam Festival was held in 1409 by Tsong Khapa, the founder of Gelug School (Gelugpa), to worship Buddha Sakyamuni. Since then, it has become a common festival for all Tibetan monasteries. During the festival, monks gather for chanting prayers and performing religious rituals and a huge Buddha scroll painting (thangka) is unfolded for all to see. It is a very rare sight that is worth seeing.
Some of the tour highlights include the spectacular and grand Forbidden City, a unique hiking experience through the Great Wall (Gubeikou section), the fantastic Buddhist Grottoes in Luoyang, the spectacular Terracotta Warriors in Xi’an, the interesting bamboo rafting trip on Li River, hiking in the countryside of Yangshuo.
Some of the tour highlights include the Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Barkhor Street, the Drepung Monastery and Sera Monastery, Lhasa-Gyantse-Shigatse by private vehicle, Shigatse-Everest Base Camp by private vehicle, Everest Base Camp (5200m)-Shigatse (3900m) by private vehicle.