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Shanghai Days
 
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   This trip showcases some of China’s most famous sites, from vibrant Shanghai and mystical Yellow Mountain to the teahouses of Hangzhou and the gardens of Suzhou. We also pay homage to the Terracotta Warriors in Xian, before finishing in majestic Beijing – home to the Forbidden City and Great Wall. This journey captures the sights, sounds, tastes and smells that make China such a superb travel destination.
   
 
Itinerary
Day 1 : Shanghai
Day 2 : Hangzhou
Day 3 : 5 Yellow Mountain
Day 6-7 : Shanghai
Day 8-9 : Suzhou
Day 10-11 : Xian - Terracotta Warriors
Day 12-15 : Beijing - the Great Wall
 
 Trip Highlights
•Shanghai
•Hangzhou
•Yellow Mountain
•Suzhou
•Xian
•Terracotta Warriors
•Beijing
•Forbidden City
•Great Wall
 
 
Trip Grade
A B C

Our treks have been categorized as A, B or C depending on the level of difficulty.

A--Easy: This trips can be done by anyone who leads a reasonably energetic life. This is one of the easiest and shortest holidays that you can easily make time for and be enthralled.

B--Moderate: This trip requires a moderate level of fitness, with possible few long traveling days, basic accommodation and maybe even some activity.

C--Active: This trip includes activity and requires you to walk for up to 6 hours per day. The accommodation and transport are basic thus we need you to come with a strong mind and your willingness to adjust to all kinds of situations. Physical preparation and fitness is required .You can also encounter some very sheer uphill and down hill climbs and circum to high altitude on this trip.

 
 
 
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