Kung Fu Panda Tour
The martial arts panda star, Po, finds his long-lost fellow pandas and goes back to Panda Village in Kung Fu Panda 3. Do you want to explore the scenery that inspired picturesque Panda Village? Come home with Po on our one-day tour!
- Meet cuddly panda families in the Panda Breeding and Research Center
- Enjoy the natural beauty of Panda Village and Mount Qingcheng (a UNESCO World Heritage Site)
- Taste the dumplings or noodles loved by panda Po
- Expert service from an experienced English-speaking tour guide
- Entrance to scenic spots listed in the itinerary
- Lunch mentioned in the itinerary
- Private transfers between attractions and hotel
- Public shuttle buses and specified round-trip cable car for Mount Qingcheng
Price per Person in US Dollars
1.For adults and children (2+ years old), the tour cost is the same as adult's.
For babies and toddlers (under 2 years of age), no tour cost is needed.
2.The price is based on your hotel located in Chengdu city center. The price may vary according to the location of your hotel.
Please check the general itinerary of the whole day. Your guide may adjust the itinerary based on the weather, transportation, and your requirements.
Your guide and driver will pick you up from hotel at 8am. Your guide will call you at the hotel one day in advance or leave a message to double check the collection time with you. The whole tour will last for about 10 hours.
9am–11:30am — Panda Breeding Center
Your first stop is the Panda Breeding and Research Center, home to nearly 50 giant pandas and red pandas. It’s where the Kung Fu Panda 3 movie creators became inspired to portray an entire village of the adorable black and white creatures.
This beautifully-laid-out park is about 10 kilometers (6 miles) from downtown Chengdu, with excellent walkways to various open enclosures of pandas.
It is best to go early in the morning to see the pandas feeding at around 9:30am, as they are most active at this time of day.
There is also a small theater in the center, where you can watch a 20-minute video to learn about giant panda research and breeding.
11:30am–2:30pm — Enjoy Sichuan Food
Enjoy authentic Sichuan cuisine in a local restaurant. Taste the dumplings and noodles loved by Po. Have a short rest during the private 1½-hour drive to Mount Qingcheng.
2:30pm–4:30pm — Mount Qingcheng
Mount Qingcheng is home to many Taoist temples and historical sites among winding paths. The verdant trees, thick fog, green moss on the roofs, and other natural elements are all incorporated into the scenery of Panda Village in Kung Fu Panda 3.
It is also listed as a World Heritage Site. Taking a cable car up and down, you will leave the busy world behind and climb above the mist to see the gorgeous mountain.
4:30pm–6pm — Return to Chengdu
After waving goodbye to Po’s hometown, your guide and driver will escort you back to your hotel in Chengdu city.
1. Baby Pandas
March to May is the "falling in love period" for pandas. If you visit the Panda Breeding and Research Center between July and December, you will have a greater chance of seeing tiny newborns in the Sunshine Nursery House at the Panda Breeding and Research Center.
2. Get close to pandas
In order to protect the giant pandas from canine distemper infection, The Panda Breeding and Research Center has stopped all the panda interconnect activities since January, 2015.
If you want to get close to the pandas and do something for them, you can visit the Dujiangyan Panda Base (90-minute's drive from Chengdu). The Panda Keeper Program and taking photo with pandas is only available there now. The program can last for one to three days and the activities may include feeding the pandas, making panda cakes and cleaning the panda enclosures. You can visit here to book 1-Day Chengdu to Dujiangyan Panda Keeper Program Tour.
Feel free to tell us your requirements and interests, and we will be happy to help you arrange a trip using our professional knowledge and experience.
3. Mount Qingcheng’s Two Areas
Front Mountain: The view of this part is very close to sceneries in the movie Kung Fu Panda 3 and the Taoist temples of Front Mountains are big and famous. Some stairs are narrow and steep. You can take a boat across Yuecheng Lake and take the Buyun Cable Car to keep the tour relaxing. After getting off the cable car, 1-1½ hour walking on the steep stairs is required. Without cable car, at least 3 hours are requried.
Back Mountain: This part is quieter and the Taoist temples are smaller and scattered in the deep forest. It's a great place to appreciate natural beauty and breath fresh, but the stairs of this part are lack of maintainess. Two cable cars are available at hillside and on the mountain top, but taking cable car may miss the most beautiful parts of the mountain. Without cable car, it takes about 3.5 hours to climb up and down the mountain.