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    Question NON-Timeshare trip - Looking at Tour Options to China.....2013

    Since 2 co-workers of mine went to China in 2003 and 2004 it has been on my Bucket List of places to go.

    My one co-worker took this 11 day tour Highlights of China & the Yangtze and REALLY enjoyed the trip and this particular company

    April 26 Highlights of China & the Yangtze 2011 Uniworld 1st Class $3,049 11 Day
    Jun 7 Highlights of China & the Yangtze 2011 Uniworld 1st Class $2,749 11 Day

    Cruise Highlights include:
    •All domestic flights within China
    •3-night Yangtze River cruise in a riverview stateroom with a private balcony onboard the Victoria Jenna or Victoria Anna*
    •Lectures, traditional performances, and Tai Chi classes onboard the ship
    •7 nights in deluxe hotels including buffet breakfast and all service charges, taxes, and porterage*
    •10 buffet breakfasts, 9 lunches, and 9 dinners
    •Special-themed dinners: Peking Duck dinner in Beijing, and traditional dumpling and Tang Dynasty dinners in Xi’an
    •Captain’s Welcome Reception and Farewell Dinner onboard the ship
    •9 days of captivating, fully escorted excursions with English-speaking local guides
    •Exciting evening entertainment, including a Kung Fu show and the world-famous Shanghai Acrobats
    •Services of an experienced Uniworld Tour Manager throughout your trip
    •All transportation on tours
    •All transfers on arrival and departure days (please see transfer guidelines)

    *Ship and hotels are subject to change





    And then there is this Splendors of China & the Grand Yangtze 15 day trip that includes 6 nights of the River Cruise

    Apr 19 Splendors of China & the Grand Yangtze 2011 Uniworld 1st Class Call $3,299 15 day
    May 31 Splendors of China & the Grand Yangtze 2011 Uniworld 1st Class Call $3,099 15 day

    Cruise Highlights include:
    •All domestic flights within China
    •6-night Yangtze River cruise in a riverview stateroom with a private balcony onboard the Victoria Prince*
    •Lectures, traditional performances, and Tai Chi classes onboard the ship 8 nights in deluxe hotels, including buffet breakfast and all service charges, taxes, and porterage*
    •14 buffet breakfasts, 13 lunches, and 13 dinners
    •Special-themed dinners: Peking Duck dinner in Beijing, and traditional dumpling and Tang Dynasty dinners in Xi’an
    •13 days of captivating, fully escorted tours with English-speaking local guides
    •Exciting evening entertainment, including a Kung Fu show, a Tang Dynasty performance, and the world-famous Shanghai Acrobats
    •Captain’s Welcome Reception and Farewell Dinner onboard the ship
    •Services of an experienced Uniworld Tour Manager throughout your trip
    •All transportation on tours
    •All transfers on arrival and departure days
    *Ship and hotels are subject to change.





    And then there is the 17!!! Day Wonders of China & the Grand Yangtze Trip

    Apr 28 Wonders of China & the Grand Yangtze 2011 Uniworld 1st Class Call $3,549 17 day
    Jun 9 Wonders of China & the Grand Yangtze 2011 Uniworld 1st Class Call $3,299 17 day

    Cruise Highlights include:
    •All domestic flights within China
    •8-night Yangtze River cruise in a riverview stateroom with a private balcony onboard the Victoria Prince*
    •Lectures, traditional performances, and Tai Chi classes onboard the ship
    •8 nights in deluxe hotels, including buffet breakfast and all service charges, taxes, and porterage*
    •16 buffet breakfasts, 15 lunches, and 15 dinners
    •Captain’s Welcome Reception and Farewell Dinner onboard the ship
    •Special-themed dinners: Peking Duck dinner in Beijing, and traditional dumpling and Tang Dynasty dinners in Xi’an
    •14 days of captivating, fully escorted tours with English-speaking local guides
    •Exciting evening entertainment, including a Kung Fu show, a Tang Dynasty performance, and the world-famous Shanghai Acrobats
    •Services of an experienced Uniworld Tour Manager throughout your trip
    •All transportation on the tour
    •All transfers on arrival and departure days (please see transfer guidelines)

    *Ship and hotels are subject to change





    Pricing is from TourVacations to Go and there are sooooo many options out there - this is from a google search. Airfare not included in these prices....

    And the prices are all over the map!!! - from $1395 to $5000+

    There are options to include Tibet or Hong Kong but it really bumps up the price.
    It is interesting how "little" the price goes up on this particular trip with the addition of more cruise days/ports....


    Has anyone done a trip like this?
    What company is good? BAD!

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    For China, I would do

    1) Beijing
    2) Xian
    3) Yangtse River
    4) Shanghai.

    If you can get it in, I would go to Guilin. If you have a Tibet option, I would absolutely do that trip.

    I would save Hong Kong for a trip to Southeast Asia which would include Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and even Vietnam or Cambodia.

    By the way, food is not very good in China. Peking Duck is better here than in Beijing. The best food would be on the Southeast Asia tour by far. If you want good Chinese food, it will be better in NYC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BocaBum99 View Post
    For China, I would do

    1) Beijing
    2) Xian
    3) Yangtze River
    4) Shanghai.


    If you can get it in, I would go to Guilin. If you have a Tibet option, I would absolutely do that trip.

    I would save Hong Kong for a trip to Southeast Asia which would include Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and even Vietnam or Cambodia.

    By the way, food is not very good in China. Peking Duck is better here than in Beijing. The best food would be on the Southeast Asia tour by far. If you want good Chinese food, it will be better in NYC.
    With this company - the Tibet option REALLY bumps up the price - I will post it for information purposes - I am currently looking at Gate 1 ravel - a very budget friendly - read cheap! - option.....that is why I am soliciting ideas for different companies as well as itinerary.

    My co-worker raved about the Terra Cotta(sp) Statues!

    14 Day including China,Tibet and the Yangtze River http://www.uniworld.com/Destinations...11/Day-To-Day/



    Beijing to Shanghai | 14 Days
    Day 1: Beijing
    Arrive in Beijing and be greeted by a Uniworld representative who will escort you to the hotel.

    Day 2: Beijing
    Featured Excursions: Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City, Summer Palace, and Peking Duck feast

    Your first full day in Beijing takes in many of the major sites, such as Tiananmen Square and the Forbidden City—a 250-acre complex of palaces, pavilions, courtyards, and gardens. Visit the imperial gardens of the Summer Palace. In the evening, indulge in a traditional Peking Duck dinner. (BB, L, D)

    Day 3: Beijing
    Featured Excursions: The Great Wall, Ming Tombs, and Kung Fu show

    Walk along the Great Wall, which has been built, rebuilt, and maintained over thousands of years. After this memorable experience, visit the lavish and historic Ming Tombs and see the sites of the 2008 Beijing Olympics. In the evening, enjoy a thrilling Kung Fu show. (BB, L, D)

    Day 4: Beijing, fly to Xi'an
    Featured Excursions: Hutongs tour and dumpling dinner

    Ride in a rickshaw for a behind-the-scenes tour of the Hutongs, the ancient alleyways located in the old residential area of Beijing, and enjoy lunch with a local family before you fly to Xi’an and transfer to the hotel. Tonight, you will enjoy a sumptuous traditional dumpling dinner. (BB, L, D)

    Day 5: Xi'an
    Featured Excursions: Terra Cotta Warriors, City Wall, and Tang Dynasty dinner and performance

    Examine the life-sized, awe-inspiring Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses, and then visit Xi’an’s ancient City Wall. In the evening, be treated to a Tang Dynasty dinner and cultural performance. (BB, L, D)

    Day 6: Xi'an, fly to Lhasa
    Fly to Lhasa, the capital of Tibet, which has a fascinating history dating back more than 1,300 years. The former seat of the Dalai Lama, Lhasa embodies the culture of Tibetan Buddhism. Tonight, relax and enjoy dinner at the hotel. (BB, L, D)

    Day 7: Lhasa
    Featured Excursions: Da Zhao Temple and Tibet Museum

    See the early Buddhist Da Zhao Temple, embellished with Nepalese and Indian touches and capped by a golden canopy. Visit the Tibet Museum, which houses a rich collection of prehistoric cultural relics. Catch a glimpse into the life of the local people with a visit to a Lhasa family’s home, and enjoy a dinner with a traditional folk show. (BB, L, D)

    Day 8: Lhasa
    Featured Excursions: Potala Palace and Sera Monastery

    Marvel at Lhasa’s Potala Palace, perched atop Red Mountain. Gaze at its jewel collections and wander the chapels as pilgrims make offerings at the altars. Visit the Sera Monastery with its perfectly preserved murals and Maitreya, Bodhisattva, and Arhat statuary. (BB, L, D)

    Day 9: Lhasa, fly to Chongqing, cruising the Yangtze River
    Featured Excursion: Chongqing city tour

    Fly to Chongqing for a tour of the city and a glimpse of the city zoo’s giant pandas. Then board your Victoria Cruises ship and enjoy an onboard dinner. (BB, L, D)

    Day 10: Cruising the Yangtze River
    Featured Excursion: Fengdu, or Wanzhou, or Shibaozhai

    Visit the “Ghost City” of Fengdu or the port cities of Wanzhou or Shibaozhai, depending on water levels. (BB, L, Captain’s Welcome Reception, D)

    Day 11: Cruising the Yangtze River
    Featured Excursion: Lesser Gorges

    Cruise through Qutang Gorge and majestic Wu Gorge. Then sail down the Lesser Gorges of either the Daning River or Shennong Stream. Later, cruise through the Three Gorges Dam ship locks. (BB, L, Captain’s Farewell Dinner)

    Day 12: Yichang, fly to Shanghai
    Featured Excursion: Three Gorges Dam

    Visit the construction site of the world’s largest hydroelectric plant, the Three Gorges Dam. Disembark in Yichang and fly to Shanghai. Enjoy dinner at the hotel. (BB, L, D)

    Day 13: Shanghai
    Featured Excursions: Shanghai city tour, Oriental Pearl TV Tower, and Shanghai Acrobats performance

    Tour the many splendors of Shanghai including Old Town, the Bund, Oriental Pearl TV Tower, and the Old Shanghai Museum. Savor a traditional dim sum lunch, and enjoy an evening performance by the amazing Shanghai Acrobats. (BB, L, D)

    Day 14: Depart Shanghai
    Transfer to the airport for your return flight home, or continue with an extension to Hong Kong. (CB or BB)

    Note: Substitute visits to other sites may occur during your trip due to water levels or other uncontrollable factors.

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    And then there is Gate 1 travel.....very budget friendly

    13 Day China with Tibet,China tour, Beijing China tour - www.gate1travel.com

    13 Apr 13 Shanghai, China 13 Day China with Tibet 2011 Gate 1 $2,899** $2,079 Land Only WITH TAXES and Flight from JFK $3,226.58 From LAX $2,975.80

    May 11 Shanghai, China 13 Day China with Tibet 2011 Gate 1 1st $2,759** $1,869

    13 Day China with Tibet Apr - Nov '11 3 Shanghai, 2 Xian, 3 Lhasa, 3 Beijing Escorted $1969 $2859** This is actually "only" an 11 day trip - they add in the flying days....

    Escorted Package Includes

    Flights LAX-Shanghai, Beijing-LAX
    Other departure cities available. Click on date of departure for selection and prices
    Airline fuel surcharges
    Intra-flights
    11 nights First Class accommodations
    3 nights Bund Riverside, Shanghai
    2 nights Grand New World Hotel, Xian
    3 nights Lhasa Xin Ding Grand Hotel, Tibet
    3 nights Huabin International Hotel , Beijing
    All transfers
    21 meals: 11 breakfasts, 6 lunches, 4 dinners
    Sightseeing per itinerary in modern air-conditioned motor coach
    Services of English-speaking tour manager (Days 1-10)
    Services of local guide in Beijing
    Entrance fees per itinerary

    Pats' note - at a glance, there is much more 'free' time - read - less tours and optional meals....not necessarily a bad thing - other people have told me the food is not the highlight of this trip

    DAY 1, Wednesday - Depart the USA
    Depart the USA to China. Your flight includes meals, drinks, and in-flight entertainment for your journey

    DAY 2, Thursday - Arrive in Shanghai
    Arrive in Shanghai and transfer to your hotel. Balance of the day at leisure
    Overnight: Shanghai

    DAY 3, Friday - Shanghai City Tour
    This morning, tour the major attractions of Shanghai. Wander the classical Yuyuan Garden, built during the Ming Dynasty by the high-ranking government official Pan Yunduan. The Gardens' total area occupies approximately five acres, and features pavilions, ponds, rockeries, cloisters, and streams all within six scenic zones, including the Sansui Hall and Wanhua Chamber. In existence for 400 years, the Gardens were specifically constructed for Pan's aging parents as a sanctuary in which to live out their lives. Next, experience the old world charm of the Bund, the former "Wall Street" of the foreign powers. Walk along its park-like waterfront promenade between the Wusong River and Old Town. Later today, enjoy a stop at a local silk carpet factory. Enjoy the remainder of the afternoon at leisure
    Optional: Acrobatic Show with Dinner
    Overnight: Shanghai
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 4, Saturday - Full Day in Shanghai
    Enjoy a full day at leisure to explore Shanghai on your own
    Optional: Full Day Suzhou with Lunch & Cruise on the Grand Canal
    Overnight: Shanghai
    Meals: Breakfast

    DAY 5, Sunday - Flight to Xian
    After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your flight to Xian. Upon arrival, trace the beginnings of Chinese civilization at the Shaanxi Provincial History Museum. Opened to the public in 1991, the museum is in southern Xian, and is home to a wealth of historical artifacts and treasures from the Han and Tang dynasties
    Optional: Dumpling Dinner
    Overnight: Xian
    Meals: Breakfast

    DAY 6, Monday - Xian Antiquities Tour with Terracotta Army
    This morning, after breakfast you will have the opportunity to take a short walk to the local bird market at Xingqing park. A market filled with beautiful flowers, birds and local culture. Later this morning visit to a local Lacquer Furniture Shop. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant before a tour of Xian's antiquities. Your tour includes the archaeological site at the tomb of China's first emperor, Qin Shi Huang (259-210 B.C.), where more than 8,000 finely sculpted, life-size terracotta soldiers and horses were discovered by local farmers in 1974. The archaeological excavation of the three pits where the Terracotta Army was found continues today, more than thirty years since the time of its unearthing
    Optional: Tang Dynasty Dinner with Entertainment
    Overnight: Xian
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 7, Tuesday - Flight to Lhasa, Tibet
    This morning, transfer to the airport for your flight to Tibet. Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel and enjoy the remainder of the afternoon at leisure
    Overnight: Lhasa
    Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

    DAY 8, Wednesday - Potala Palace
    Today see one of the grandest monuments in all of Asia: the extraordinary Potala Palace. Built in the 17th century (atop the original 7th-century site), it boasts more than 1,000 rooms, including the Red Palace (where the Dalai Lama once lived), 10,000 chapels, and a labyrinth of mysterious dungeons. It took 7,000 workers and 1,500 artists and craftsmen more than 50 years to build the adjoining White and Red Palaces. This Eastern architectural triumph was the world's tallest building before the creation of 20th-century skyscrapers. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. On way back to hotel, we will visit the Tibetan Art Factory shop. Later this evening, enjoy dinner and a cultural show at a local restaurant
    Overnight: Lhasa
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 9, Thursday - Jokhang Temple
    After breakfast today, we head for the Barkhor Bazaar, a section of the oldest part of Lhasa that bustles with marketplace activity and religious devotion. Later today, visit the 1,300-year-old Jokhang Temple, where we are likely to see Buddhist pilgrims making clockwise circuits on their hands and knees in reverence to one of Tibet's most sacred sites. Thousands of yak-butter candles flicker inside beneath the enlightened gaze of the golden Jowo Sakyamuni, the seventh-century Buddha statue that the temple was built to house
    Overnight: Lhasa
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 10, Friday - Flight to Beijing via Chongqing
    This morning, transfer to the airport for your flight to Beijing via Chongqing. Upon arrival, enjoy dinner at a local restaurant before transfering to your hotel
    Overnight: Beijing
    Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

    DAY 11, Saturday - Great Wall of China and the Ming Tombs
    Enjoy a full-day excursion to the Great Wall of China, the longest man-made structure on Earth, spanning nearly 4,000 miles of China's northern frontier. Walk along the promenades and enjoy the unrivaled scenic views of beautiful mountain passes, plateaus and grasslands from this 7th-century defensive fortification. Afterwards, depart for lunch at a local Chinese restaurant. Following lunch, continue for a walk through the sites of Ming Tombs and a visit to a local jade factory before returning to Beijing
    Optional: Peking Duck Dinner
    Overnight: Beijing
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 12, Sunday - Forbidden City, Summer Palace Tour & Panda Visit
    Enjoy a full day tour of the Forbidden City and the Summer Palace. Begin at Tiananmen Square, the largest public plaza in the world. Erected in 1417 at the height of the Ming Dynasty, the square was renovated and renamed two centuries later at the onset of the Great Qing Dynasty. View several impressive monuments outlining the Square's perimeter, including the Great Hall of the People, the Mausoleum of Mao Zedong and the Square's famed ceremonial gateway. From here, venture north for a visit to the Forbidden City (Imperial Palace), a construction comparable to the Pyramids in Egypt. Known today as the Palace Museum, the entire site is comprised of 800 buildings with more than 9,000 rooms. Visit a local Pearl Shop before a visit to the Summer Palace. Lunch will be served at an authentic Chinese restaurant during the Summer Palace visit. Later today, a visit with the Pandas at the Beijing Zoo
    Overnight: Beijing
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 13, Monday - Depart for the USA
    Transfer to the airport for your departure flight
    Meals: Breakfast

    ** include air from LAX!


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    16(14 night) Day China with Tibet and 3 day Yangtze River Cruise

    16 Day (actually 14!) China with Tibet & 3 Day Yangtze River Cruise,China tour, Beijing China tour - www.gate1travel.com




    (14)16 Day Apr 13 Shanghai, China 16 Day China with Tibet & 3 Day Yangtze River Cruise 2011 Gate 1 $3,275.80**air LAX $3,478.80++air JFK $2,379
    (14)16 Day May 11 Shanghai, China 16 Day China with Tibet & 3 Day Yangtze River Cruise 2011 Gate 1 $3,269**air LAX $2,419

    Escorted Package Includes

    Flights LAX-Shanghai, Beijing-LAX
    Other departure cities available. Click on date of departure for selection and prices
    Airline fuel surcharges
    Intra-flights
    14 nights First Class accommodations
    3 nights Bund Riverside, Shanghai
    2 nights Grand New World Hotel, Xian
    3 nights Lhasa Xin Ding Grand Hotel, Tibet
    3 nights cruise downstream on the Victoria Empress, Yangtze River
    3 nights Huabin International Hotel , Beijing
    All transfers
    28 meals: 14 breakfasts, 8 lunches, 6 dinners
    Sightseeing per itinerary in modern air-conditioned motor coach
    Services of English-speaking tour manager throughout
    Entrance fees per itinerary


    Special Features

    Terracotta Army
    Potala Palace
    Jokang Temple
    Forbidden City
    Great Wall of China
    Also Available

    DAY 1, Wednesday - Depart the USA
    Depart the USA to China. Your flight includes meals, drinks, and in-flight entertainment for your journey

    DAY 2, Thursday - Arrive in Shanghai
    Arrive in Shanghai and transfer to your hotel. Balance of the day at leisure
    Overnight: Shanghai

    DAY 3, Friday - Shanghai City Tour
    This morning, tour the major attractions of Shanghai. Wander the classical Yuyuan Garden, built during the Ming Dynasty by the high-ranking government official Pan Yunduan. The Gardens' total area occupies approximately five acres, and features pavilions, ponds, rockeries, cloisters, and streams all within six scenic zones, including the Sansui Hall and Wanhua Chamber. In existence for 400 years, the Gardens were specifically constructed for Pan's aging parents as a sanctuary in which to live out their lives. Next, experience the old world charm of the Bund, the former "Wall Street" of the foreign powers. Walk along its park-like waterfront promenade between the Wusong River and Old Town. Later today, enjoy a stop at a local silk carpet factory. Enjoy the remainder of the afternoon at leisure
    Optional: Acrobatic Show with Dinner
    Overnight: Shanghai
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 4, Saturday - Full Day in Shanghai
    Enjoy a full day at leisure to explore Shanghai on your own
    Optional: Full Day Suzhou with Lunch & Cruise on the Grand Canal
    Overnight: Shanghai
    Meals: Breakfast

    DAY 5, Sunday - Flight to Xian
    After breakfast, transfer to the airport for your flight to Xian. Upon arrival, trace the beginnings of Chinese civilization at the Shaanxi Provincial History Museum. Opened to the public in 1991, the museum is in southern Xian, and is home to a wealth of historical artifacts and treasures from the Han and Tang dynasties
    Optional: Dumpling Dinner
    Overnight: Xian
    Meals: Breakfast

    DAY 6, Monday - Xian Antiquities Tour with Terracotta Army
    This morning, after breakfast you will have the opportunity to take a short walk to the local bird market at Xingqing park. A market filled with beautiful flowers, birds and local culture. Later this morning visit to a local Lacquer Furniture Shop. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant before a tour of Xian's antiquities. Your tour includes the archaeological site at the tomb of China's first emperor, Qin Shi Huang (259-210 B.C.), where more than 8,000 finely sculpted, life-size terracotta soldiers and horses were discovered by local farmers in 1974. The archaeological excavation of the three pits where the Terracotta Army was found continues today, more than thirty years since the time of its unearthing
    Optional: Tang Dynasty Dinner with Entertainment
    Overnight: Xian
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 7, Tuesday - Flight to Lhasa, Tibet
    This morning, transfer to the airport for your flight to Tibet. Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel and enjoy the remainder of the afternoon at leisure
    Overnight: Lhasa
    Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

    DAY 8, Wednesday - Potala Palace
    Today see one of the grandest monuments in all of Asia: the extraordinary Potala Palace. Built in the 17th century (atop the original 7th-century site), it boasts more than 1,000 rooms, including the Red Palace (where the Dalai Lama once lived), 10,000 chapels, and a labyrinth of mysterious dungeons. It took 7,000 workers and 1,500 artists and craftsmen more than 50 years to build the adjoining White and Red Palaces. This Eastern architectural triumph was the world's tallest building before the creation of 20th-century skyscrapers. Enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. On way back to hotel, we will visit the Tibetan Art Factory shop. Later this evening, enjoy dinner and a cultural show at a local restaurant
    Overnight: Lhasa
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 9, Thursday - Jokhang Temple
    After breakfast today, we head for the Barkhor Bazaar, a section of the oldest part of Lhasa that bustles with marketplace activity and religious devotion. Later today, visit the 1,300-year-old Jokhang Temple, where we are likely to see Buddhist pilgrims making clockwise circuits on their hands and knees in reverence to one of Tibet's most sacred sites. Thousands of yak-butter candles flicker inside beneath the enlightened gaze of the golden Jowo Sakyamuni, the seventh-century Buddha statue that the temple was built to house
    Overnight: Lhasa
    Meals:Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 10, Friday - Flight to Chongqing
    This morning, transfer to the airport for your flight to Chongqing. Upon arrival, enjoy a visit to the Stillwell Museum. At the beginning of 1942, General Joseph Warren Stilwell, a four-star U.S. Army general, acting under the orders of American President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, arrived in China to assume the position of Commander-in-Chief of Allied Forces in the China-Burma-India theater. General Stilwell resided here at that time, and returned to the U.S. on October 21, 1944. With the aid of General Stilwell, the Chinese people won the War of Resistance against the Japanese invaders. To commemorate General Stilwell's help, the local government of the city of Chongqing renovated the general's former temporary residence in Chongqing, and opened it to the public, as Stilwell Museum, in 1991. The Museum mainly exhibits the historical materials, data and pictures concerning General Stilwell and his mission in Chongqing. Later this evening, enjoy dinner at a local restaurant, then transfer to board your ship on the Yangtze River
    Overnight: Yangtze River
    Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

    DAY 11, Saturday - Cruise to Fengdu
    Cruise to Fengdu, the "Ghost City," and view the temples at Mingshan Hill. (Alternatively, the cruise may visit Wanxian or Shibaozhai)
    Optional Shore Excursion: Fengdu Ghost City
    Overnight: Yangtze River
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 12, Sunday - Qutang and Wuxia Gorges
    Sail through Qutang Gorge, the smallest of the three Yangtze gorges, and dock at Wushan for an excursion through the Small Three Gorges along the Daning River. Enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding mountain passes as you sail through the 25-mile long Wuxia (Witches) Gorge, famous for its fabled Twelve Peaks. According to legend, the peaks are believed to be the spirits of 12 fairies, the most famous of them being the Shennu Feng (Goddess) Peak, which is topped by a huge rock resembling a kneeling maiden
    Optional Shore Excursion: Lesser Three Gorges
    Overnight: Yangtze River
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 13, Monday - Xiling Gorge; Flight to Beijing
    Sail downstream through Xiling Gorge. The longest section of the Three Gorges system, it comprises the Xietan, Qintan, and Kongling rapids in what is known as the Three Rapids of Xiling. Visit the Three Gorges Dam near Sandouping Village. The dam is the largest hydroelectric dam in the world, nearly six times the size of the Hoover Dam. This afternoon, disembark at Yichang to board your flight to Beijing. Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel
    Optional Shore Excursion: Three Gorges Dam
    Overnight: Beijing
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 14, Tuesday - Great Wall of China and the Ming Tombs
    Enjoy a full-day excursion to the Great Wall of China, the longest man-made structure on Earth, spanning nearly 4,000 miles of China's northern frontier. Walk along the promenades and enjoy the unrivaled scenic views of beautiful mountain passes, plateaus and grasslands from this 7th-century defensive fortification. Afterwards, depart for lunch at a local Chinese restaurant. Following lunch, continue for a walk through the sites of Ming Tombs and a visit to a local jade factory before returning to Beijing
    Optional: Peking Duck Dinner
    Overnight: Beijing
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 15, Wednesday - Forbidden City, Summer Palace Tour & Panda Visit
    Enjoy a full day tour of the Forbidden City and the Summer Palace. Begin at Tiananmen Square, the largest public plaza in the world. Erected in 1417 at the height of the Ming Dynasty, the square was renovated and renamed two centuries later at the onset of the Great Qing Dynasty. View several impressive monuments outlining the Square's perimeter, including the Great Hall of the People, the Mausoleum of Mao Zedong and the Square's famed ceremonial gateway. From here, venture north for a visit to the Forbidden City (Imperial Palace), a construction comparable to the Pyramids in Egypt. Known today as the Palace Museum, the entire site is comprised of 800 buildings with more than 9,000 rooms. Visit a local Pearl Shop before a visit to the Summer Palace. Lunch will be served at an authentic Chinese restaurant during the Summer Palace visit. Later today, a visit with the Pandas at the Beijing Zoo
    Overnight: Beijing
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 16, Thursday - Depart for the USA
    Transfer to the airport for your departure flight
    Meals: Breakfast

    Edit - optional add on $295

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    Boca - This one has Guilin!

    17 Day China with 4 Day Yangtze River Cruise,China tour, Beijing China tour - www.gate1travel.com

    17 Day China with 4 Day Yangtze River Cruise

    May 9 From LAX $3,069.45 From JFK $3,229.06




    Escorted Package Includes

    Flights LAX-Beijing, Shanghai-LAX
    Other departure cities available. Click on date of departure for selection and prices
    Airline fuel surcharges
    Intra-flights
    15 nights First Class accommodations
    4 nights Huabin International Hotel, Beijing
    2 nights Grand New World Hotel, Xian
    4 nights cruise upstream on the Victoria Empress, Yangtze River
    2 nights Guilin Royal Garden Hotel, Guilin
    3 nights Bund Riverside, Shanghai
    All transfers
    30 meals: 15 breakfasts, 10 lunches, 5 dinners
    Sightseeing per itinerary in modern air-conditioned motor coach
    Services of English-speaking tour manager throughout
    Entrance fees per itinerary


    Special Features

    Great Wall of China
    Forbidden City
    Terracotta Army
    Li River Cruise

    DAY 1, Monday - Depart the USA
    Depart the USA to China. Your flight includes meals, drinks, and in-flight entertainment for your journey

    DAY 2, Tuesday - Arrive in Beijing
    Arrive in Beijing and transfer to your hotel. Balance of the day at leisure
    Overnight: Beijing

    DAY 3, Wednesday - Forbidden City, Summer Palace Tour & Panda Visit
    Enjoy a full day tour of the Forbidden City and the Summer Palace. Begin at Tiananmen Square, the largest public plaza in the world. Erected in 1417 at the height of the Ming Dynasty, the square was renovated and renamed two centuries later at the onset of the Great Qing Dynasty. View several impressive monuments outlining the Square's perimeter, including the Great Hall of the People, the Mausoleum of Mao Zedong and the Square's famed ceremonial gateway. From here, venture north for a visit to the Forbidden City (Imperial Palace), a construction comparable to the Pyramids in Egypt. Known today as the Palace Museum, the entire site is comprised of 800 buildings with more than 9,000 rooms. Visit a local Pearl Shop before a visit to the Summer Palace. Lunch will be served at an authentic Chinese restaurant during the Summer Palace visit. Later today, a visit with the Pandas at the Beijing Zoo
    Overnight: Beijing
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 4, Thursday - Great Wall of China & Ming Tombs
    Enjoy a full-day excursion to the Great Wall of China, the longest man-made structure on Earth, spanning nearly 4,000 miles of China's northern frontier. Stop at a local Jade Shop before arriving to the Great Wall. Walk along the promenades and enjoy the unrivaled scenic views of beautiful mountain passes, plateaus and grasslands from this 7th-century defensive fortification. Afterwards, depart for lunch at a local Chinese restaurant. Following lunch, continue for a walk through the sites of Ming Tombs before returning to Beijing
    Optional: Peking Duck Dinner
    Overnight: Beijing
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 5, Friday - Full Day in Beijing
    Full day at leisure to explore Beijing independently
    Optional: Hutong Tour with Lunch
    Overnight:Beijing
    Meals: Breakfast

    DAY 6, Saturday - Flight to Xian
    This morning, transfer to the airport for your flight to Xian. Upon arrival, enjoy lunch at a local restaurant. Later this afternoon, trace the beginnings of Chinese civilization at the Shaanxi Provincial History Museum. Opened to the public in 1991, the museum is in southern Xian, and is home to a wealth of historical artifacts and treasures from the Han and Tang dynasties
    Optional: Xian Dumpling Dinner
    Overnight: Xian
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 7, Sunday - Xian Antiquities Tour with Terracotta Army
    This morning, after breakfast you will have the opportunity to take a short walk to the local bird market at Xingqing park. A market filled with beautiful flowers, birds and local culture. Later this morning visit to a local Lacquer Furniture Shop. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant before a tour of Xian's antiquities. Your tour includes the archaeological site at the tomb of China's first emperor, Qin Shi Huang (259-210 B.C.), where more than 8,000 finely sculpted, life-size terracotta soldiers and horses were discovered by local farmers in 1974. The archaeological excavation of the three pits where the Terracotta Army was found continues today, more than thirty years since the time of its unearthing
    Optional: Tang Dynasty Dinner with Entertainment
    Overnight: Xian
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 8, Monday - Xian Sightseeing, Flight to Yichang
    This morning, transfer to the airport for your flight to Yichang. Upon arrival, enjoy dinner at a local restaurant, then transfer to board your ship on the Yangtze River. Please note, occasionally, the flight to Yichang is not available. In this case, flight is to Wuhan and then transfer by bus to Yichang
    Overnight: Yangtze River
    Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

    Day 9, Tuesday - Xiling Gorge
    This morning, you will have the option to visit the Three Gorges Dam near the Sandouping Village. This dam is the largest hydroelectric dam in the world, nearly six times the size of the Hoover Dam. Following your visit, cruise upstream to Xiling Gorge. The longest section of the Three Gorges system, it comprises the rapids of Xietan, Qintan and Kongling, collectively known as the Three Rapids of Xiling
    Optional Shore Excursion: Three Gorges Dam
    Overnight: Yangtze River
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 10, Wednesday - Wuxia & Qutang Gorge
    This morning, enjoy an optional to visit the Small Three Gorges along the Daning River. Enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding mountain passes as you sail through the 25-mile long Wuxia (Witches) Gorge, famous for its fabled Twelve Peaks. According to legend, the peaks are believed to be the spirits of 12 fairies, the most famous of them being the Shennu Feng (Goddess) Peak, which is topped by a huge rock resembling a kneeling maiden. Continue through the Qutang Gorge, the smallest of the three Yangtze gorges, and admire its bluffed banks and lush terraced hillsides
    Optional Shore Excursion: Lesser Three Gorges
    Overnight: Yangtze River
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 11, Thursday - Cruise to Fengdu
    Cruise to Fengdu, the "Ghost City," to where you will have the option to visit the fantastic Snow Jade Cave. Alternatively, the cruise may visit Wanxian or Shibaozhai depending on local conditions
    Optional Shore Excursion: Fengdu Ghost City
    Overnight: Yangtze River
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 12, Friday - Disembark Cruise; Fly to Guilin
    This morning disembark in Chongqing. Visit the Stillwell Museum and enjoy lunch in a local restaurant before transferring to airport for your flight to Guilin. Upon arrival in Guilin, transfer to your hotel. Later today visit a tea garden. Here you will learn how Chinese tea is grown and you will take part in a tea making demonstration. This evening enjoy a unique tea dinner at local restaurant. All menu items are inspired by, cooked with or immersed in tea
    Overnight: Guilin
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 13, Saturday - Li River Cruise
    Cruise the crystal clear Li River and view the many vertical rock formations, stone pinnacles, bamboo groves and villagers reaping rice along the river banks. The high forested peaks that dominate the banks and terraced hillsides are why the Li River is one of China's top sightseeing destinations. Many of the peaks are associated with legendary stories of mystical spirits and love. Later this afternoon, lunch will be served on board. En route back to the hotel, stop to a visit a local art gallery to witness the a demonstration of Chinese calligraphy and painting
    Overnight: Guilin
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 14, Sunday - Flight to Shanghai
    This morning, transfer to the airport for your flight to Shanghai. Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel. Afternoon at leisure to explore Shanghai on your own
    Optional: Shanghai by Night with Dinner
    Overnight: Shanghai
    Meals: Breakfast

    DAY 15, Monday - Shanghai City Tour
    Early this morning you will have the opportunity to take a short walk from the hotel to Huangpu Park where you will be able to relax and enjoy the local flavor of Shanghai. Later this morning, tour the major attractions of Shanghai. Wander the classical Yuyuan Garden, built during the Ming Dynasty by the high-ranking government official Pan Yunduan. The Gardens' total area occupies approximately five acres, and features pavilions, ponds, rockeries, cloisters, and streams all within six scenic zones, including the Sansui Hall and Wanhua Chamber. In existence for 400 years, the Gardens were specifically constructed for Pan's aging parents as a sanctuary in which to live out their lives. Next, experience the old world charm of the Bund, the former "Wall Street" of the foreign powers. Walk along its park-like waterfront promenade between the Wusong River and Old Town. Later today, enjoy lunch in a local restaurant before stopping at a local silk carpet shop. Enjoy the remainder of the afternoon at leisure
    Optional: Acrobatic Show with dinner
    Overnight: Shanghai
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 16, Tuesday - Full Day in Shanghai
    Full day at leisure to explore Shanghai independently
    Optional: Half Day Shanghai Museum
    Overnight: Shanghai
    Meals: Breakfast

    DAY 17, Wednesday - Depart for the USA
    Transfer to the airport for your departure flight
    Meals: Breakfast



    My take on these Gate 1 Travele trips is that there are $150-300 in additional excursions/meals that need to be added in....but having the air included is one less problem/attractive option to consider.

    edit - this trip has $329 in optional tours/meals...FYI

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    Wow!
    They all look great but I'm not sure about a 17 day tour.
    I did that once in Europe and it wasn't pretty.
    Both my roommate and I were ready to kiil each other by then and we're best friends.

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    17 Day China with 4 Day Yangtze River Cruise & Hong Kong

    17 Day China with 4 Day Yangtze River Cruise & Hong Kong,China tour, Beijing China tour - www.gate1travel.com

    April 21 - from LAX $3,030.99 from JFK $3,070.09 LAND only $2,099.00 PLUS $580 optional add ons

    Escorted Package Includes

    Flights LAX-Shanghai, Hong Kong-LAX
    Other departure cities available. Click on date of departure for selection and prices
    Airline fuel surcharges
    Intra-flights
    15 nights First Class accommodations
    3 nights Bund Riverside, Shanghai
    4 nights cruise upstream on the Century Star, Yangtze River
    2 nights Grand New World Hotel, Xian
    3 nights Huabin International Hotel , Beijing
    3 nights Stanford Hillview Hotel, Hong Kong
    All transfers
    28 meals: 15 breakfasts, 8 lunches, 5 dinners
    Sightseeing per itinerary in modern air-conditioned motor coach
    Services of English-speaking tour manager Day 2-14
    Services of English-speaking local guides Day 15-17
    Entrance fees per itinerary


    Special Features

    Terracotta Army
    Forbidden City
    Great Wall of China




    DAY 1, Thursday - Depart the USA
    Depart the USA to China. Your flight includes meals, drinks, and in-flight entertainment for your journey

    DAY 2, Friday - Arrive in Shanghai
    Arrive in Shanghai and transfer to your hotel. Balance of the day at leisure
    Overnight: Shanghai

    DAY 3, Saturday - Shanghai City Tour
    This morning, tour the major attractions of Shanghai. Wander the classical Yuyuan Garden, built during the Ming Dynasty by the high-ranking government official Pan Yunduan. The Gardens' total area occupies approximately five acres, and features pavilions, ponds, rockeries, cloisters, and streams all within six scenic zones, including the Sansui Hall and Wanhua Chamber. In existence for 400 years, the Gardens were specifically constructed for Pan's aging parents as a sanctuary in which to live out their lives. Next, experience the old world charm of the Bund, the former "Wall Street" of the foreign powers. Walk along its park-like waterfront promenade between the Wusong River and Old Town. Later today, enjoy a stop at a local silk carpet factory and lunch in a local restaurant. Enjoy the remainder of the afternoon at leisure
    Optional: Acrobatic Show with Dinner
    Overnight: Shanghai
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 4, Sunday - Full Day in Shanghai
    Enjoy a full day at leisure to explore Shanghai on your own
    Optional: Full Day Suzhou with Lunch & Cruise on the Grand Canal
    Overnight: Shanghai
    Meals: Breakfast

    DAY 5, Monday - Flight to Yichang; Embark cruise
    Early this morning you will have the opportunity to take a short walk from the hotel to Huangpu Park where you will be able to relax and enjoy the local flavor of Shanghai. This afternoon, transfer to the airport for your flight to Yichang. Upon arrival, enjoy dinner at a local restaurant, then transfer to board your ship on the Yangtze River
    Overnight: Yangtze River
    Meals: Breakfast, Dinner

    DAY 6, Tuesday - Xiling Gorge
    This morning, you will have the option to visit the Three Gorges Dam near the Sandouping Village. This dam is the largest hydroelectric dam in the world, nearly six times the size of the Hoover Dam. Following your visit, cruise upstream to Xiling Gorge. The longest section of the Three Gorges system, it comprises the rapids of Xietan, Qintan and Kongling, collectively known as the Three Rapids of Xiling
    Optional Shore Excursion: Three Gorges Dam
    Overnight: Yangtze River
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 7, Wednesday - Yangtze River Cruising
    This morning, enjoy an optional to visit the Small Three Gorges along the Daning River. Enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding mountain passes as you sail through the 25-mile long Wuxia (Witches) Gorge, famous for its fabled Twelve Peaks. According to legend, the peaks are believed to be the spirits of 12 fairies, the most famous of them being the Shennu Feng (Goddess) Peak, which is topped by a huge rock resembling a kneeling maiden. Continue through the Qutang Gorge, the smallest of the three Yangtze gorges, and admire its bluffed banks and lush terraced hillsides
    Optional Shore Excursion: Lesser Three Gorges
    Overnight: Yangtze River
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 8, Thursday - Cruise to Fengdu
    Cruise to Fengdu, the "Ghost City," to where you will have the option to visit the fantastic Snow Jade Cave. Alternatively, the cruise may visit Wanxian or Shibaozhai depending on local conditions
    Optional Shore Excursion: Fengdu
    Overnight: Yangtze River
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    Day 9, Friday - Disembark Cruise; Fly to Xian
    This morning disembark in Chongqing and transfer to airport for your flight to Xian. Upon arrival, trace the beginnings of Chinese civilization at the Shaanxi Provincial History Museum. Opened to the public in 1991, the museum is in southern Xian, and is home to a wealth of historical artifacts and treasures from the Han and Tang dynasties. Transfer to your hotel to freshen up. Later in the afternoon a visit to the Muslim district of Xian to witness local cooking and way of life of Chinese Muslims. On your return back to your hotel, stop for a picture opportunity, of the enormous Bell Tower and Drum Tower
    Optional: Dumpling Dinner
    Overnight: Xian
    Meals: Breakfast

    DAY 10, Saturday - Xian Antiquities Tour with Terracotta Army
    This morning, after breakfast you will have the opportunity to take a short walk to the local bird market at Xingqing park. A market filled with beautiful flowers, birds and local culture. Later this morning visit to a local Lacquer Furniture Shop. Stop for lunch at a local restaurant before a tour of Xian's antiquities. Your tour includes the archaeological site at the tomb of China's first emperor, Qin Shi Huang (259-210 B.C.), where more than 8,000 finely sculpted, life-size terracotta soldiers and horses were discovered by local farmers in 1974. The archaeological excavation of the three pits where the Terracotta Army was found continues today, more than thirty years since the time of its unearthing
    Optional: Tang Dynasty Dinner with Entertainment
    Overnight:Xian
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 11- Sunday - Flight to Beijing
    This morning transfer to the airport for your flight to Beijing. Upon arrival enjoy lunch at local restaurant and then transfer to your hotel. The balance of the day is at leisure
    Optional: Half Day Hutong Tour
    Optional: Peking Duck Dinner
    Overnight: Beijing
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 12, Monday - Full Day Tour of Forbidden City, Summer Palace and Beijing Zoo
    Begin at Tiananmen Square, the largest public plaza in the world. Erected in 1417 at the height of the Ming Dynasty, the square was renovated and renamed two centuries later at the outset of the Great Qing Dynasty. View several impressive monuments outlining the Square's perimeter, including the Great Hall of the People, the Mausoleum of Mao Zedong and the Square's famed ceremonial gateway. From here, venture north for a visit to the Forbidden City (Imperial Palace), a construction comparable in scope to the Pyramids in Egypt. Known today as the Palace Museum, the entire site is comprised of 800 buildings with more than 9,000 rooms. Enjoy lunch at an authentic Chinese Restaurant close to the Forbidden City before a visit to the Summer Palace and Panda Visit in the Beijing Zoo. On way back to your hotel visit the Local pearl factory. Dinner at a local restaurant
    Overnight: Beijing
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

    DAY 13, Tuesday - Great Wall of China and the Ming Tombs
    Enjoy a full-day excursion to the Great Wall of China, the longest man-made structure on Earth, spanning nearly 4,000 miles of China's northern frontier. Walk along the promenades and enjoy the unrivaled scenic views of beautiful mountain passes, plateaus and grasslands from this 7th-century defensive fortification. Afterwards, depart for lunch at a local Chinese restaurant. Following lunch, continue for a walk through the sites of Ming Tombs and a visit to a local jade factory before returning to Beijing
    Overnight: Beijing
    Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

    DAY 14, Wednesday - Flight to Hong Kong
    This morning, transfer to the airport for your flight to Hong Kong. Arrive and transfer to your hotel. Enjoy the rest of your afternoon at leisure to explore Hong Kong on your own
    Optional: Lei Yue Mun Seafood Village Dinner Cruise
    Overnight: Hong Kong
    Meals: Breakfast

    DAY 15, Thursday - Hong Kong City Tour
    Today, enjoy a half-day morning tour of Hong Kong Island. Visit the famed Victoria Peak for a panoramic view of the city and bay below. The Peak, as it is referred to locally, is the highest mountain on the island, and is home to a variety of birds and colorful butterflies. Visit Stanley Market, famous for its bargain shopping, before returning along the coast of Repulse Bay and Deep Water Bay to Aberdeen Harbor, the floating fishermen's village. Stop at a local jewelry factory near Aberdeen for a glimpse into the art and craftsmanship that has made Hong Kong famous. Balance of the day at leisure
    Optional: Symphony of Lights Cruise (PM)
    Overnight: Hong Kong
    Meals: Breakfast

    DAY 16, Friday - Full Day in Hong Kong
    Enjoy the day at leisure to explore Hong Kong on your own or opt for some last-minute souvenir shopping
    Optional: Full Day Sea & Land Tour with Lunch
    Overnight: Hong Kong
    Meals: Breakfast

    DAY 17, Saturday - Depart for the USA
    Transfer to the airport for your departure flight
    Meals: Breakfast


    This tour has $580 worth of extra/optional charges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chriskre View Post
    Wow!
    They all look great but I'm not sure about a 17 day tour.
    I did that once in Europe and it wasn't pretty.
    Both my roommate and I were ready to kiil each other by then and we're best friends.
    Hahahhaaaa.... I do hear you - but this is a looooong way to travel and there is a lot of different options....are you enticed by Hong Kong or Tibet???

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrayFal View Post
    Hahahhaaaa.... I do hear you - but this is a looooong way to travel and there is a lot of different options....are you enticed by Hong Kong or Tibet???
    Very intrigued by Hong Kong. Don't know enough about Tibet to have an opinion except that I buy alot of jewelry with Tibetan Silver.

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