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    Cycle China

    2020 Tour Dates (starting in Beijing)

    Apr 15, May 13, May 27, Jun 10, Jun 24, Jul 8, Aug 5, Sep 2, Sep 16, Sep 30, Oct 7, Oct 14, Oct 21,

    Oct 28, Nov 11

    2021 Tour Dates (starting in Beijing) March 10

     

    Tour Cost from: $5,699 p.p. double occ. including use of bicycles & all Internal Airfares

    (refer to Special Deals for discounts & promotions)

    Beijing (3) – Guilin (1) – Yangshuo (2) – Lijiang (3) – Shanghai (2)

    12 days / 11 nights

    Limited to 25 Participants

    • Deluxe 4-Star accommodations, dbl occ  
    • Breakfast daily plus most other meals
    • Comprehensive sightseeing via private vehicle and/or bicycle with English-speaking guides 
    • Cultural events, activities and performances including entrance fees & heritage permits
    • Use of bicycles
    • Fully escorted throughout China (Refer to Terms & Conditions)
    • All intra-China transportation (International flights not included) 
    • All local taxes and service charges

    The colorful scenes of China unfold with cinematic beauty for cyclists, as the country’s captivating street life, incredible food and amazing historic sites are up close and personal when you travel on a bicycle.

     

    When you imagine biking in China, it brings to mind images of narrow streets, tile-roofed temples, bustling markets and steaming street carts. This daydream becomes a reality in Beijing, where you’ll cruise through the historic hutongs, ride past well-preserved courtyard homes and narrow alleys bordering tree-lined lakes. After stopping in with a local family for a steaming cup of tea, you’ll continue a short ride to the Summer Palace, to wander through the immaculate royal garden, a complex of pavilions and temples on the shores of man-made Kunming Lake. Off the bike, the iconic sites of Beijing are stunning as well—including a visit to Tian’an Men Square and the magical Forbidden City.

     

    You’ll visit the epic Great Wall on the outskirts of Beijing and then pedal through the rolling landscape of Huairou County, eventually stopping at a local market that seems a million miles away from the fast-paced capital.

     

    In Guilin, cruise the lovely Li River—on a boat this time—and soak in the ethereal landscape as it unfolds around each turn. The peaceful water and otherworldly limestone formations form unforgettable panoramas. The gorgeous landscape continues in Yangshuo, where you’ll pedal past quaint villages, shimmering rice paddies and lazy water buffalo.

     

    In Lijiang, witness an awe-inspiring spectacle as more than 500 people perform in the Snow Mountain extravaganza created by Oscar winner, Zhang Yimou, who also produced the Beijing Olympics. You’ll cycle past villages, monasteries and other time-forgotten sights with the Jade Dragon Snow Mountain range as a backdrop. Biking through Lijiang is a trip of a lifetime.

     

    When in Shanghai, do as the Shanghainese do: cycle through their daily commutes, particularly in the former French Concession with exquisitely restored colonial mansions and hotels from the cultural renaissance of the first three decades of the twentieth century. The scenery is breathtakingly different as you near the Bund and see futuristic Pudong across the river. Seeing China on two wheels is an unprecedented adventure for travelers who love cycling.

    Special Highlights

    • Use of bicycle in every city
    • Guided off the beaten path touring
    • Seeing popular sights from a unique perspective
    • Souvenir “I Biked China!” cap

    Lijiang Scenery

    Up Close & Personal

    I Biked China!

    Need Air travel to join a tour? Call Us!

     

    Our experience and expertise in Far East travel can get you to and from your tour seamlessly - including transfers between airports and hotels - and help you avoid pitfalls when traveling across time zones and the International Dateline. As a preferred agent with most airlines, we often obtain special fares, especially in business class and group economy class, that we pass along to our tour participants. Call or email for information.

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