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  • Home to nine Tibetan Villages in a valley more spectacular than the Swiss Alps, Canadian Rockies and Turkey's Pamukkale combined, the UNESCO World Heritage listed Jiuzhaigou is China’s best kept secret. It was hailed by the BBC Holiday programme team as the most stunning place on earth. Participate in the magical Tibetan Ice Festival set in mesmerising landscapes. Complete the experience with iconic Pandas, Terracotta Warriors, the Great Wall and much more. Be quick to reserve your place on this first ever, one time only and extraordinary trip!
    Wendy Wu – Proprietor of Wendy Wu Tours
  • “Travel for me is a passion I love to share with everyone and as a proprietor of a travel business I am always on the lookout for new and undiscovered places around the globe. I was simply blown away by the sheer beauty and splendour of Jiuzhaigou. The Ice Festival was a personal highlight of the tour for me and the opportunity to engage and connect with the local people was an unforgettable experience. I will remember the Tibetan family and the lovely evening we had in their home for ever! Hays Travel will be promoting this tour for sure”
    John Hays – Proprietor of Hays Travel & Bath Travel
  • “My experience of Jiuzhaigou was truly unforgettable. From the stunning scenery to the warm and welcoming culture of the Tibetan people, this is a once in a lifetime experience that should be on every traveller’s bucket list. Visit during the winter time to experience the breath-taking sights of the waterfalls frozen mid-flow, something which must be seen to be believed. We were also lucky enough to visit a local Tibetan village and welcomed into the house of a local family - a great way to immerse yourself in the true Tibetan way of life.”
    Anna Speakman Director of procurement, Travel Counsellors
  • “The highlight of my recent trip to Nine Villages Valley was meeting local Tibetan families, including the chief of one of the villages. To be invited into his house to share dinner with his family was a real privilege, and I will never forget this once-in-a-lifetime experience. The Tibetan people are incredible and listening to their stories and learning about their culture first hand is something that stays with you for ever. Now I have been to Jiuzhaigou and the Ice Waterfall Festival, Im not sure anywhere else will ever match up.”
    Philip Nuttell – Managing Director, Travel Village
  • “Travelling through Jiuzhaigou is like wandering through my favourite movies. Think of the mysterious, misty mountains in Shangri-La, or Indiana Jones amongst Golden-domed, ancient Buddhist Temples. The perfectly preserved fossilised trees in the lakes of Jiuzhaigou, reminded me of the ghostly, underwater figures in Lord of the Rings. The stunningly bright colours and the underwater landscape are only matched by those of the Great Barrier Reef. This breath-taking region is even more magical than the movies, because it is real!”
    Colin Matthews – Proprietor, Travel Club Elite
  • “I knew China would be an amazing place to visit, but Jiuzhaigou was even more incredible than I expected. The scenery was absolutely out of this world, and the people were so welcoming – we even joined in with the Ice Festival festivities at a bonfire party, where we almost felt like celebrities because the friendly locals kept queuing up to take photos with us. Between its timeless landscapes and unique Tibetan culture, Jiuzhaigou is a must for anyone with a sense of adventure.”
    Katie McGonagle - Reporter, Travel Weekly.
  • The best Natural Wonder

    “I have travelled to many Alpine environments from the Dolomites to the Rockies and in my opinion, no mountain region compares to Jiuzhaigou with its vibrant mix of green & bronze landscape filled with beautiful azure blue lakes reminiscent of the emerald coast in Sardinia. The hiking trails enable you to meander through this special countryside interrupted by frozen waterfalls, fossilised trees, wildlife and some gorgeous panoramic and breath-taking scenery”
    Laurence Hicks – Managing Director, Wendy Wu Tours
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 What the industry experts have to say…

  • Wendy Wu
    Wendy Wu Tours
  • John Hays
    Hays Travel and Bath Travel
  • Anna Speakman
    Travel Counsellors
  • Philip Nuttell
    Travel Village
  • Colin Matthews
    Travel Club Elite
  • Katie McGonagle
    Travel Weekly
  • Laurence Hicks
    Wendy Wu Tours
  • Day 1-2

    Fly to Shanghai

    Fly overnight to the exuberant city of Shanghai, called ‘the Paris of the East’. Depending on your time of arrival the rest of the day is yours to start soaking up the local culture.
  • Day 3

    Discover Shanghai

    Shanghai is China’s great metropolis, where east and west collide on streets lined with futuristic skyscrapers and 10th century temples. Explore the fine arts of the Shanghai Museum, visit the Yu Gardens and admire the magnificent architecture along the Bund. This evening view the city from the Huangpu River on a panoramic cruise and enjoy a delicious meal of traditional Shanghai cuisine.
  • Day 4

    Fly to Beijing

    Fly to Beijing, China’s fascinating capital. Soak up the harmonious ambience of the Temple of Heaven, an orderly oasis in a bustling urban landscape. This evening savour Beijing’s best known delicacy – Peking Duck.
  • Day 5

    Imperial Beijing

    Heading to Beijing’s symbolic heart, stroll across Tiananmen Square and into the sprawling magnificence of the Forbidden City – a monument to China’s dynastic past. Entering through the Gate of Supreme Harmony, you will find a complex full of imperial riches. An evening of Chinese acrobatics rounds off the day.
  • Day 6

    Great Wall

    This morning is dedicated to China’s most iconic sight – the Great Wall. An astounding feat of construction, there is no better way to appreciate its sheer magnificence than a walk along it. Relax in the idyllic landscapes of the Summer Palace as you explore traditional Chinese gardens and view exquisite architecture.
  • Day 7

    Ancient Xian

    Fly to Xian, historic former capital. Visit the lovely Little Wild Goose Pagoda and admire the priceless treasures of the Shaanxi Museum. Tonight feast on traditional Shui Jiao dumplings before a performance of Tang Dynasty dancing.
  • Day 8

    Terracotta Warriors

    After their fortuitous discovery in the 1970s, the Terracotta Army of China’s first Emperor Qin Shi Huang has intrigued visitors ever since. Spend the morning viewing the enigmatic ranks of life-like warriors. Later stroll on the beautifully preserved 14th century city walls that enclose Xian’s old town, and soak up the atmosphere in the narrow alleyways of the Muslim Quarter.
  • Day 9 - 10

    Nine Villages Valley

    A national park of ragged peaks, sapphire lakes, abundant forests and rushing waterfalls, the Nine Villages Valley (Jiuzhaigou National Park) is considered one of China’s most beautiful areas. Whilst the scenery transforms with the seasons it is always spectacular and you will spend time in the depths of it, revelling in your arresting surroundings.
  • Day 11

    Huanglong Pools

    Hundreds of vivid pools in striking colours, formed by thousands of years of mineral deposits, tumble gently down through the bright green forests of the Huanglong Valley. There is an option to take the chair lift up to Huanglong Temple at the head of the valley for excellent views over the whole area. Later, fly to Chengdu.
  • Day 12

    Pandas

    Visit Chengdu’s famous Panda Conservation Centre where you can get up close to China’s celebrated bears, as they chomp through piles of bamboo, in surroundings that mirror their natural habitat.
  • Day 13

    Leshan Grand Buddah

    Travel to Leshan to visit the Grand Buddha which, at 71 metres, is the world’s largest stone-carved Buddhist monument. A short boat trip on the river will give even better views. Returning to Chengdu, there will be a stop at the riverside village of Huanglongxi, where cobbled streets and rickety wooden buildings retain the charms of the Qing Dynasty.
  • Day 14

      Fly Chengdu to UK

      Fly to the UK, arriving home the same or following day.
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    2014 dates


    DatesPrice
    8 Oct – 22 Oct£2990

    2015 dates


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    06 May - 20 May£3,190
    20 May - 03 Jun £3,190
    19 Aug - 02 Sep £3,490
    02 Sep - 16 Sep £3,290
    16 Sep - 30 Sep £3,290
    07 Oct - 21 Oct £3,290

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    04 May - 18 May£3,390
    18 May - 01 Jun £3,390
    17 Aug - 31 Aug £3,690
    31 Aug - 14 Sep £3,490
    14 Sep - 28 Sep £3,490
    05 Oct - 19 Oct £3,490
    • Shanghai CCECC Plaza Hotel

      Gonghexin Road, Zhabei - SHA Railway Station, Shanghai

      The Shanghai CCECC Plaza is an elegant hotel located adjacent to the city’s railway station, an easy 10 minute drive from the city centre.

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        The CCECC Plaza’s facilities include a games room, gift shop and a business centre

      • Room Facilities

        The CCECC Plaza rooms have air conditioning, mini bar, television, telephone and internet

      • Restaurants

        The hotel has a restaurant and a coffee shop

    • Jiangxi Grand Hotel, Beijing

      Hengyitiao Dongtiejiangying, Fengtai, Beijing

      Situated a 10 minute walk from China Opera and a 10 minute drive from the tranquil Temple of Heaven, this hotel is well located for your explorations.

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        The Jiangxi offers a fitness centre, karaoke rooms, games room, currency exchange and business centre

      • Room Facilities

        The Jiangxi’s well-appointed rooms include air conditioning, television, mini bar and tea and coffee making facilities

      • Restaurants

        The hotel has two dining options, one serving a selection of local flavours and the other serving international fare

    • Yulong International Hotel, Xian

      North 2nd Ring Road, Jingkai District, Xian

      The Yulong is a 5-star hotel located just north of the city centre and with easy access to all of Xian’s wonderful sights.

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        The Yulong has a gym, health centre, internet access and a lounge bar

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        The Yulong’s stylish rooms offer mini bar, tea and coffee making facilities, temperature control, television and phone

      • Restaurants

        The hotel has three restaurants serving Chinese food, western cuisine and Japanese Teppanyaki

    • New NVV Hotel

      Provincial Road, Zhangzha Town, Jiuzhaigou, Sichuan

      The New NVV Hotel is located in Jiuzhaigou and is in a perfect location to enjoy all of the beautiful scenery in the area.

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        The New NVV hotel has many facilities including a fitness centre, beauty salon, sauna, business centre and sauna.

      • Room Facilities

        The rooms at the New NNV Hotel include television, a safe, air conditioning and coffee and tea facilities

      • Restaurants

        The hotel offers western cuisine, Sichuan cuisine and Japanese cuisine

    • Jing Tong Hotel, Chengdu

      95 Huapaifang Street, Chengdu

      The Jing Tong hotel is located in good driving distance of the centre of Chengdu and is located within easy access to Jinli Street and the Kuanzhai Alleys.

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        The Jing Tong hotel offers currency exchange, laundry services, luggage storage and free Wi-Fi in public spaces.

      • Room Facilities

        The rooms at the Jing Tong Hotel include television, a safe, air conditioning and tea and coffee making facilities

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        The hotel offers both western and Chinese cuisine. The Chinese cuisine is based mainly around the local delicacy of Sichuan cuisine. There is also a coffee shop inside the hotel.

    • Shanghai CCECC Plaza Hotel
    • Jiangxi Grand Hotel, Beijing
    • Yulong International Hotel, Xian
    • New NVV Hotel
    • Jing Tong Hotel, Chengdu

    Wendy Wu is a pioneer of group travel into China. Wendy took her first group of intrepid travellers to China over 20 years ago, was the first western tour operator to venture into the Mt Everest Camp on the Tibet side, Zhangjiajie (the backdrop of movie Avatar) and Jiuzhaigou ( now the number-one scenic attraction in China) long before the public discovery. Recognised with a multitude of consumer and industry awards for service and setting the standard, Wendy Wu Tours is now the leading tour operator to China in both the UK and Australia, continues to push boundaries and redefine travel to this ever developing country.

    Telephone: 0844 826 0215
    Email: info@wendywutours.co.uk
    Address: Ground Floor, Cottons Centre, Cottons Lane 47-49 Tooley Street, London SE1 2QG

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