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Wonders of China & the Yangtze River

From $3,349* pp |  16-19  Days •  34-40  Meals  *Rate is per person, land only, double occupancy, tour inclusions and available options may vary based on departure date.
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Discover the Lifeblood of China

Experience China’s marvels, ancient and modern, rural and cosmopolitan, on this fantastic 19-day tour that features a relaxing 4-night upstream cruise of the Yangtze River. Discover for yourself the mysterious Forbidden City and the immense Tiananmen Square. Walk a section of the Great Wall, tour the old, narrow streets of Beijing by rickshaw and share lunch with a local family in their Hutong home. Stand before the 8,000 warriors in the life-size terracotta army in Xian. Float by the dramatic scenery of the Three Gorges and steep cliffs of the Qutang Gorge. Marvel at an acrobatic show. Interact with China’s national treasure at the Panda Breeding Sanctuary. Try your hand at the art of Chinese calligraphy and take a tai chi lesson. Cruise the famous karst landscape of the Li River in Guilin. Experience both old and ultra-modern China in Shanghai.

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  • Reviews Of Wonders of China & the Yangtze River

    Reviews Of Wonders of China & the Yangtze River

    Wonders of China & the Yangtze River

    From $3,349 pp*

    16-19 Days • 34-40 Meals

    • Service was excellent - courteous, professional and expedient

      • Service
        Made travel throughout China interesting & easy. Our Tour Manager "Link Lee" created a "Link Family" - made it fun and did everything he could to make our trip special.
      • Tour
        Our first 'escorted' tour - we are well-traveled and did research & chose Collette because of its reputation and quality of service and hotels, etc. The tours were great - the Shanghai Hotel - terrible. It was a 4 star or 5 star - we know the # of stars may not equate to property in the USA or major tourist spots like Italy, Australia or United Arab Emirates (Burj Al Arab) -But, the Shanghai Hotel should not be on your list - very dirty carpeting (were told not to walk barefoot in the room use the slippers provided - what was on the floor?), moldy bathroom - etc. Unacceptable - if we had known how bad it was - we would've booked a room at the Marriott/Four Seasons however, this would have made it difficult to stick with the tour transportation. Other hotels were fine. Victoria Cruises an absolute delight.
    • Collette organisation good but Victoria cruise line on Yangtze River dreadf

      • Service
        The organisation of Collette is very good. But I had a holiday from hell due to contacting samenella, septemci, septic poisoning on the Victoria cruise on the Yangtze River, which I am sure you are aware of because the cruise ship was closed down due to bad food handling. Collette and Wendy Woo apparently were having to seek alternative cruise arrangements for the following cruise tour. I ended up in a hospital from hell in Chongqing fighting for my life, I had to be hospitalised since I have been back to U.K., I am home now but am now very weak and tired because of all this
      • Tour
        The tour itself would have been excellently organised if it had not have been the problem on th Victoria cruise line on Yangtze river
    • No more Collette Tours for us!

      • Service
        Collette took 40 on our tour: too many. Collette endorsed the shops we went to. At the Shanghai Silk Museum, after the silk worm demonstration, we had only 15 minutes to purchase scarves & comforters. (We we’re told not to purchase silk scarves anywhere else, because they would probably not be 100% silk.) We requested a King size comforter; when we got home, it measures 87” by 96” which is NOT king size. I called Collette Service many times; finally, Sally returned my call and said there is no recourse through Collette. So obviously Collette does not stand behind the shops it endorses. We will NEVER take another Collette tour.
      • Tour
        The Silk Comforter we purchased from Shanghai Silk Museum was NOT king size, as it was purported to be.

      Hello Mollie, thank you for bringing this to our attention. We appreciate you and value your insight as it helps us to improve our tours for future guests. 

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