CHINA – Yampu Tours

Custom Travel Experiences Since 1998

CHINA

"The Red Dragon of Asia"

Tour China, a land spanning over 5,000 years of culture and history, natural beauty, modern architecture, mouthwatering delicacies, and hospitality that will enthrall even the most experienced travelers. Trek along The Great Walls from various dynasties with different landscapes, and architecture styles. Dine on some of the finest traditional cuisine fit for an emperor’s table. Walk the water lined streets of the “Venice of the East” and get lost in the area’s intricately designed gardens. Walk the streets of Shanghai while admiring the merging of modern and traditional architecture along The Bund. Admire the mystery of the Terracotta Warriors while in Xi’an, just after a visit to the Summer Palace, a former site of retreat for the imperial family. With so many national treasures to be experienced, one will have endless opportunities to be able to take part in while visiting the great country of China with Yampu!

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Please note US citizens require a Visa to enter China. Please contact the Chinese consulate directly, or use the services of a visa processing company such as Travisa: http://travisa.com/?accountcode=AFF0249. Yampu is not affiliated with this company. Please double check this information with your local consulate as it is subject to change without notice.
A valid passport is required to travel. It should be machine readable and have at least 6 months’ validity after your return home. You should have at least 2 blank pages per country that you are visiting. If your passport does not meet this requirement at the time of departure, you can be denied boarding for your international flight and may consequently incur additional expenses.

 

Please note that blackout dates for traveling to China are as follows;

Chinese New Year 2017 (Jan 28-Feb 2, 2017, Feb 15-23, 2018)
Chinese National holiday (Sep 26- Oct 10, 2017, Sep 26-Oct 10, 2018)
May labor day (May 1-3, 2017; May 1-3, 2018)
Dragon boat festival (May 27-30, 2017; Jun 18, 2018)
Tomb-sweeping day (April2-4, 2017; April 3-5, 2018)
Moon Festival (Oct 4, 2017; Sep 24, 2018)
F1 period in Shanghai (April 7-9, 2017, April 6-8, 2018)

 

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