Explore one of the best preserved parts of the Great Wall – Mutianyu Great Wall, boasting 22 kilometers of watchtowers and surrounded by lush greenery and stunning forested hills. Opened to the public back in 1986, this part of the wall is located 80 kilometers north-east of Beijing. Due to its more remote located, this part of the wall is far less visited, so you won't be fighting for space with other tourists. After a convenient early morning pick up, you will set off on a scenic drive past China’s mesmerizing countryside and once there, enjoy an all-round tour of Mutianyu Great Wall. Take a short break over an authentic lunch at a local restaurant. You can even a ride on the Great Wall Cable Car!
The Great Wall is a must-visit spot for every traveler to Beijing, and makes for an awe-inspiring and culturally enriching experience. If you have already been to the world-renowned Badaling Great Wall, or are just looking for something more untamed and unspoiled, the Simatai section of the Great Wall is the ideal starting point. This one day tour will take you not only to the beautiful Simatai section of the Great Wall, but also to Gubei Water Town which surrounds the beautiful Mandarin Duck Lake.
Enhance your sightseeing experience in Beijing, China's ancient capital, on a 1 day tour of the city's most captivating and iconic sights. Led by a knowledgeable local English speaking guide, immerse yourself in the ancient mystery of the enormous Forbidden City; absorb the majestic charm of the Summer Palace and beautifully constructed Temple of Heaven; and stroll around Tiananmen Square, the largest public square in the world. What's more you'll be able to purchase special souvenirs in the bustling Pearl Market and at lunch time you'll be taken to sample some of the delights of Beijing cuisine with a traditional Chinese lunch.
In an ever-changing Beijing, it is easy to forget that China's vibrant and modern capital is still home to some of the country's oldest and most beautiful courtyard home. In the hutongs (old alleys) of old Beijing you can discover local life, still lived by many. In the alleys and hutongs of old Beijing you can really get a flavor of what life must have been like in an old imperial city when the Emperor ruled absolute. Choose from a morning or afternoon tour, and as well as exploring deep into a number of Beijing's old hutongs, this half day tour offers you a hard-to-find opportunity of visiting an old local resident's courtyard, and takes you through narrow alleys and lanes to scenic Houhai Lake.