Are you planning your China tour for 2019? If you are looking for a one-stop service and an authentic experience, we are a good choice.
We are local Chinese travel experts — we only do China, and do it well. We know which sections of the Great Wall are best for exploring by which travelers, the hidden routes to explore the Forbidden City while avoiding the crowds, and the most authentic Peking duck that the locals favor.
Unlike the foreign travel agencies who just resell tours, we create unique China experience.
Our pre-designed sample itineraries provide some ideas to get you started. Our tours are typically private, and can be tailor-made. Don’t like museums? Want to start later in the afternoon? Let’s change it. We are here to tailor-make your China experience.
This is a private tour that takes you through China's ancient glory to its ambitious modernity, and through China's spectacular landscapes. Get to know China in 11 days!
This is our most popular itinerary for a first China trip. Our time-smart schedule will allow you to discover the three major tourist cities of China at a relaxed pace.
Dujiangyan Panda Base is the most easily accessable base in China to join the Panda Keeper Program. Want to get close to a lovely panda and hold one in your arms? Come to join our one day tour.
“When is the best time to visit China?” From our decades in the China travel industry, we advise as follows:
Generally speaking, China's cultural and historical attractions are good for visiting all year around. Weather-wise, the best times to visit China are spring (April–May) and autumn (September–October).
Our tour schedules are flexible. Hate the idea of climbing the Great Wall on a rainy day? Visit the Forbidden City instead, and see the Great Wall on a clearer day.
Who would want to travel half the world only to spend 20 rushed minutes on the Great Wall? We suggest you take at least 8 days for your China trip to see a spectrum of the highlights well, instead of only scratching the surface.
To discover more of China, like its magical natural landscapes, you will need a few more days.
The most popular China gateway cities are Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong, with huge international airports and plentiful attractions.
Foreign citizens will normally need a visa to visit China. We recommend you apply for your China visa one or two months before your travel date. Applying for a visa with the help of a visa company may save you a lot of hassle. See China visa requirement for your China tours in 2019 with China Highlights.