Giant Pandas, a national treasure of China, are considered a living fossil and an endangered species. Our panda tours provide you with various choices to meet different needs. We offer an opportunity to see them in person, hold one of them, and help take care of them in Chengdu; or even trace them in the wild in Qinling; if you just want take a look at panda, multi-city tours with panda zoo are smart choices. Choose from the following packages, or tailor make your own China panda tour.
Dujiangyan Panda Valley has reopened the volunteer program since March 24, 2015 and it’s the only panda base offering the volunteer program now. The program that allows visitors to take pictures holding a panda is still suspended in all panda bases (Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding and Research Base, Bifengxia Giant Panda Base and Dujiangyan Panda Valley). The reopening date is TBA.
This tour not only takes you to see the cute black-and-white giant panda, but also covers the most popular attractions in Chengdu and magnificent Giant Buddha and Mount Emei.
Cute pandas and historic sites impressed Michelle Obama and her two daughters, when they visited China in March, 2014.
Be a panda keeper and help take care one of the world's endangered species. This tour combines the unique experience with highlight attractions in Chengdu. Note:There is a daily quota of 30 volunteers at the base.
The tour combine highlights city tour of Xi'an and 5 days panda tracking to discover the peaceful, bamboo-eating member of the bear family. The reserve is now closed to tourism, thus we cannot arrange this tour in 2014.
Explore China's most popular destinations with your family, experience some family-friendly activities, and see giant panda in Beijing Zoo.
From China's most famous historic sites in the north to dreamlike natural landscape in the south, this tour also takes you to see giant panda in person at Seven-Star Park in Guilin.