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Home to one-quarter of the World's people, and one of the richest and longest continuous civilizations in history. China offers endless diversity of archaeological treasures, architectural masterpieces, stunning landscapes and the inexhaustible variety of its people. Any visit to China will be an unforgettable experience!
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    Taklamakan Desert – “the point of no return”, is often described as the most hostile, dangerous and empty place on earth. 100 years ago, the Swedish explorer Sven Hedin spent dozens of days on...
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    Avatar - a legend in the film making industry, and the real “Pandora” is in the magnificent Zhangjiajie National Forest...
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    In the past Pingyao was a financial center of China, today it is famous for its well-preserved ancient City Wall, thousands of Ming- and Qing-style residences and Qiao Family’s...
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    “The loveliest mountain of China-Yellow Mountain”, it was acclaimed through art and literature during Chinese history. Today it holds the same fascination for visitors, poets, painters and...
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    The fabled city of Kashgar hosted Marco Polo and countless Silk Road traders upon their entry to the Middle Kingdom. While its previous glory as a trading capital has disappeared, Kashgar retains...

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    During a 2 days' hiking tour, you will explore the the most beautiful and photogenic sections of the Great...
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    During the 2.5-days' hiking tour, you will experience the wonderful scenery from the sub-tropical zone to the Sub-frigid zone. You will trek from 800 meters above the sea level at low-middle mountain...
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    Starting in Chengdu you will visit some of the most magnificent and breathtaking scenic spots in all of China. Meet the Giant Panda and visit the UNESCO World Heritage Site Jiuzhaigou Valley. The...
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    You will visit some of the most magnificent and breathtaking scenic spots in all of China....
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    The Shoton Festival is one of the most popular traditional festivals in Tibet. On the first day, a 500m2 Buddha painting (Thangka) will be unveiled, indicating the start of the Shoton Festival. Along...