11 Days family tour Beijing, Xi’an, Guilin and Shanghai
- This price is based on a group (2 to 5 travelers) accommodated in 3-star hotel in shoulder seasons.
- This price is subject to change according your group members and traveling time. Usually lower price with more travelers, higher price in high seasons, and lower in low seasons.
- Tour Code:
- 11 days & 10 nights
- Departure Date:
- Available Everyday
- Private tour guide + Private transfer
- This luxury kids-friendly tour allows you and your kids experience the best of China by visiting hottest sightseeing spots while doing tons of family friendly activities! It will leave you and your kids unforgetable memories!
Sample Itinerary Overview
Day 1 Beijing Arrival
Welcome to Beijing !You will be met at the arriving hall of airport and transfer to the hotel, you will have the remainder of the day at leisure.
Day 2 Beijing ( B,L,D )
This morning we take you to one
of ancient China’s most sacred sites, the majestic Temple of Heaven used by the Emperor as a place to mediate affairs
between God and man. The Temple of Heaven
is one of the best places to fly a kite! Each child will be given a Chinese
kite, shaped like butterflies, dragons or phoenixes.
Then strolling across the
impressive Tiananmen Square, an
authoritative symbol of today’s China, you will be awed by the majesty of the
magnificent Forbidden City.
During dinner, you will be
treated to a private performance of shadow puppetry, one of Chinas oldest
Day 3 Beijing ( B,L,D )
For shoppers, Beijing’s largest open-air market will come close to paradise. Here you will mingle with Beijingers, overseas and local art dealers, and farmers who import goods from the countryside. For non-shoppers, this market can be thought of as China’s largest museum of modern cultural life, where you can see, talk to, and photograph a wide range of local and regional Chinese conducting business. The children will be taken to have do Beijing Oprea face painting and they will be photographed wearing their work!
In the afternoon, we will visit theMutianyu Great Wall which has fascinated generations of travelers.
Day 4 Beijing ( B,L )
We begin the day with a visit to
the delightful Summer Palace, a
retreat built exclusively for the Dowager Empress Cixi. At the Summer Palace,
you will glide along the lake on a traditional dragon boat.
We continue the day with a visit
to Beijing’s historic and intimate alleyways (or Hutong). During a rickshaw tour
of Beijing’s old quarter, you will be afforded a great insight into the
everyday life of Beijingers.
Day 5 Beijing -Xi’an ( B,L,D )
This morning we will visit the Beijing Zoo where you will get a chance
to see the famous giant panda.
In the afternoon, we fly to
Xi’an, where in the evening you will enjoy a private dumpling-making and noodle
Day 6 Xi’an-Guilin ( B,L )
This morning we visit Xi’an’s
most stunning Terracotta Warriors.
Afterwards you will be taken to
the City Wall where you will be able
to rent bicycles to ride atop the wall itself. In the early evening we fly to
Guilin, whose beautiful countryside will soothe you of your urban cares. Craggy
limestone towers, their caves appearing like windows in a sheen of vegetation,
overlook lush plains of rice fields and fruit orchards.
Day 7 Guilin ( B,L )
The day begins with a ride on
traditional bamboo rafts along a
less visited stretch of the Li River. Children swim in the rippling waters,
lined with overhanging clumps of bamboo. Local farmers rake the riverbed for
reeds to give to their wives to dry out and weave. Fishermen click signals to
their cormorants as they hunt the river bottom for fish.
After lunch, You will visit a local village, watch villagers prepare soy milk and
tofu, and wander through the rice fields. The children will also have a brief lesson from the local kids in the art of the traditional Chinese lion dance if they want! This is
a wonderful place to relax and really enjoy rural China.
Day 8 Guilin–Shanghai ( B,L )
This morning you will visit The Reed Flute Cave and Elephant-trunk Hill.
In the afternoon, we fly to Shanghai. Considered to be the
most Western of Chinese cities last century. Upon arrival transfer to your hotel in downtown. Having advised you of Shanghai’s
best restaurant and bars, we will help make any reservations that you might
require for this evening of fun. The rest of the day is free at your own lesuire.
Day 9 Shanghai ( B,L,D )
Today we take you to visit the
Shanghai Museum, one of the most modern in the country. Arranged by category
rather than according to a chronology, its collection introduces and elucidates
the gamut of Chinese arts from ceramics to jade and ivory carvings to
In the afternoon you will be taken
to the Shanghai Childrens Palace
where gifted Chinese children spend their afternoons learning to sing, play
musical instruments and dance. (Please note that availability and visiting
times will have to be reconfirmed closer to date.)
After dinner you will enjoy a
great Acrobatic Show.
Day 10 Shanghai ( B,L,D )
This morning we take you to visit
the Yu Gardens, one of the best examples of traditional Chinese garden design
in the country. Afterwards, you will have some time to stroll through
Shanghai’s Old Quarter.
En route to lunch, we will travel
along sycamore-lined boulevards into the heart of the French Concession. This section of the “Paris of the Orient” now
hosts many arts-based businesses and art galleries that we can visit if you so
desire. The afternoon will be spent discovering some of Shanghais great
shopping treasures in trendy neighborhoods.
Our farewell dinner takes place
at our favorite Shanghai restaurant, boasting a magnificent view over the Bund
and Pudong waterfronts.
Day 11 Shanghai ( B )
Today is free of leisure till it
is time to be transferred to the airport in time for your return flight home.
- 10 nights accommodation. Room categories depend on the size of each family;
- All internal flights in economic class (Beijing/Xi’an, Xi’an/Guilin, Guilin/Shanghai)with tax and fees;
- Meals indicated in the itinerary;
- Personal English-speaking tour guide;
- Private transfer service;
- Entrance fees to all tourist sites;
- International flight tickets in/out China;
- China Visa Service;
- Service that is not mentioned above;
- Excess baggage charge at airport;
- Tips to the driver and the tour guide;
- Personal expenses.