China Abenteuerreise - Von Peking nach Hongkong China

China Abenteuerreise - Von Peking nach Hongkong

  • Chinesische Mauer - das größte Bauwerk der Welt
  • Weltberühmte Terrakotta Armee in Xi'an
  • Besuch der Panda Aufzuchtstation in Chengdu
  • Kontrastreiches Peking
  • Historischer Tiananmen Platz
  • Pekings lokale Lebenweise in den Hutongs kennenlernen
  • Atemberaubende Karstlandschaft rund um Yangshuo
  • Kultureller Schmelztiegel Hongkong
  • Überblick
  • Leistungen
  • Reiseverlauf
  • Termine & Preise
  • Zusatzinformationen
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Erlebe bei dieser China Abenteuerreise von Peking nach Hongkong zahlreiche Höhepunkte im Reich der Mitte. Erkunde die gewaltigen Errungenschaften aus Chinas reicher Geschichte, wenn du durch das rege Treiben Pekings schlenderst und entlang der Großen Mauer auf den Spuren der Vergangenheit wandelst. In Xi´an bestaunst du die weltbekannte Terrakotta-Armee, bevor wir in Chengdu eine Panda Aufzuchtstation besuchen. Erkunde bei Outdoor-Aktivitäten die atemberaubende Landschaft von Yangshuo mit den gigantischen Kalksteinfelsen. Spüre in Hongkong den Pulsschlag der modernen Metropole, wo sich Wolkenkratzer an alte Tempel schmiegen und sich das Stadtleben nur wenige Minuten von Inseln und Stränden entfernt abspielt. Lerne auf dieser Reise die beeindruckenden Städte des Landes, die imposante Architektur, wunderschönen Landschaften und die archäologischen Schätze kennen. Entdecke zusammen mit jungen Leuten aus der ganzen Welt die Höhepunkte von China.

1. Tag: Peking
2. Tag: Peking / Große Mauer
3. Tag: Peking - Nachtzug nach Xian
4.-5. Tag: Xi'an
6. Tag: Xi'an - Chengdu
7. Tag: Chengdu
8. Tag: Yangshuo
9.-10. Tag: Yangshou
11.-12. Tag: Hongkong

Leistungen enthalten

  • China Rundreise gemäß Programm
  • Transporte, Unterkunft und Mahlzeiten gemäß Programm
  • Ausflüge, Aktivitäten und Besichtigungen wie im Tourverlauf beschrieben:
    • Besuch der Chinesischen Mauer beim Abschnitt Mutianyu
    • Tiananmen Platz in Peking
    • Spaziergang durch die Hutongs in Peking
    • Besuch der Terrakotta-Armee in Xi´an
    • Stadtrundgang in Chengdu
    • Besuch der Panda-Aufzuchtstation in Chengdu
    • Stadtrundgang in Yangshuo
    • Stadtrundgang in Hongkong

Leistungen nicht enthalten

  • Internationale Flüge (gerne über uns buchbar)
  • Nicht genannte Mahlzeiten und Getränke
  • Persönliche Ausgaben, Trinkgeld
  • Optionale Aktivitäten und Ausflüge
  • Visumgebühren
  • Flughafentransfers
  • Reiseversicherung

Unterbringung

10x Standard-Hotel
1x Nachtzug

Die Unterbringung erfolgt im halben Doppelzimmer.
Alleinreisende teilen sich das Zimmer mit einem/einer Mitreisenden des gleichen Geschlechts. Gegen Aufpreis ist die Unterbringung im Einzelzimmer buchbar (außer im Nachtzug).
Einzelzimmer-Zuschlag bitte anfragen.

Verpflegung

Keine Mahlzeiten enthalten.

Tourbegleitung

Englischsprachiger Reiseleiter und örtliche Reiseführer bei einigen Sehenswürdigkeiten

Transportarten

Bahn, Öffentliche / gemietete Busse, Taxi, Metro

Zusätzliche Übernachtungen

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Flughafentransfer

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Day 1: Beijing
Nimen Hao! Welcome to China. Your adventure begins with a Welcome Meeting at 6pm on Day 1. Please look for a note in the hotel lobby or ask the hotel reception where it will take place. We'll be collecting your insurance details and next of kin information at this meeting, so please ensure you have all these details to provide to your leader. If arriving early there is loads to do in this amazing city. Get acquainted with Beijing on your own before joining your group and leader for the welcome meeting.  Then head out for an optional first night dinner. Go nuts and order your Peking duck for your first meal in the country. First the skin is carved and served in pancakes, next the carcass is chopped and cooked up into a soup. Don't forget to grab your doggy bag (ducky bag?) of leftovers.

Day 2: Beijing - Great Wall
Head out to the Great Wall at Mutianyu (approximately 2 hours) – one of the best preserved and easily accessible sections from Beijing. Take in the surrounding amazing views (provided that it is a clear day!). A truly epic piece of engineering, the wall stretches 6,000 km westwards from the mountain ridges north of Beijing. It was originally constructed to protect Chinese empires from the 'barbarians' of the north and even though it failed in this purpose, it's still without a doubt one of the country's most amazing achievements.

Included Activities:
Beijing - Great Wall Mutianyu

Day 3: Beijing - Overnight Train
Spend the morning exploring Tiananmen Square. In the afternoon enjoy free time to explore as you wish, maybe visiting the Forbidden City, the 798 Art District, jumping on a bike and riding through the hutongs, hanging out in the Temple of Heaven park or visit the Lama Temple. This evening we board the first overnight train from Beijing to Xi'an in a six-berth, air-conditioned cabins (hard sleeper class).

Train travel in China may not be entirely luxurious but it's certainly one of the best ways to come face to face with the country and its people as it's the main form of transport for locals. We use hard sleeper class trains for most of our overnight train journeys. These are not as rough as they sound - compartments are open-plan, clean, with padded three-tiered berths (6 to a compartment). Sheets, pillows and a blanket are provided. We recommend bringing your own sleeping sheet as the quality/cleanliness of sheets may not be what you are used to. Safe hot drinking water is always available for making coffee, tea or instant meals. It is a good idea to bring a mug, spoon, knife and fork if you will be preparing your own hot drinks or food on the train (as these are not provided in cabins) Basic bathroom facilities are situated at the end of each carriage with toilets and washbasins. As toilet paper isn't always available it's advised to carry some of your own, keep in mind general train cleanliness may not be to the same standards you are accustomed to. Most trains have a dining carriage where meals are available three times a day, and there are often snacks available on the train along the way. You may wish to purchase extra snacks of your choice before the journey to supplement food available on the train.

Included Activities:
Beijing - Tiananmen Square
Beijing - Hutong walking tour

Optional Activities:
Beijing - Lama Temple - CNY25
Beijing - Beijing by Bike Urban Adventure - CNY530
Beijing - Temple of Heaven - CNY40
Beijing - Beijing Foodie Walk Urban Adventure - CNY360

Day 4: Xi'an
In the morning arrive in Xi'an. The imperial centre of China for 2,000 years, Xi'an is now a vibrant, modern city dotted with loads of interesting historical sites. A monument pays homage to the fact that this was the start of the famous ancient trading route of the Silk Road and the city is still surrounded by city walls. In your free time today we highly recommend visiting the Muslim Quarter with its great market and peaceful Great Mosque, climbing the Bell or Drum Towers or feasting on tasty street food.

Optional Activities:
Xi'an - Small Wild Goose Pagoda - CNY50
Xi'an - Great Mosque - CNY25
Xi'an - Bell & Drum Towers - CNY50
Xi'an - Cycling on City Wall - CNY80
Xi'an - Karaoke - CNY100
Xi'an - Big Wild Pagoda Fountain Light Show - Free

Day 5: Xi'an
Visit Xi'an's most famous site – the Terracotta Warriors with a local guide. Travel by public bus (approximately 2 hours) to reach the site, and spend a few hours exploring.  Hear all about this incredible archaeological find, (it was discovered by farmers digging a well in 1976 after being buried for thousands of years!). These clay statues of soldiers, horses and chariots all standing in battle formation were commissioned by the emperor of the Qin dynasty as part of his mausoleum and a number of pits are now on view to the public. The rest of the afternoon and evening is free time. Maybe check out the night markets and try some of the many tantalising local specialities such as pao mo (lamb broth that you break flat bread into), hand pulled noodles, hot pot and barbeque.

Included Activties:
Xi'an - Terracotta Warriors

Day 6: Xi'an - Chengdu
Hop on the efficient bullet train from Xi'an to Chengdu (approximately. 3 hours). Chengdu, famously nick named 'the land of abundance', has a very casual vibe to the city. Here is where locals value life more than work (that's how it should be, right?), so mahjong and tea are two of the most crucial elements in their life. Go on a walking tour with your leader to downtown Tianfu square where a giant statue of Chairman Mao overlooking his people, and continue to the lively People's park, sit down in a tea house for a sip of tea and a lot more that they offer, like ear cleaning, head shoulder massage, etc. This place is listed as the 'gourmet capital' by UN', so why not try the local delicacies? Spicy rabbit head, anyone?

Included Activities:
Chengdu - Walking tour

Day 7: Chengdu
Prepare for the fuzzies this morning as you get up close with the adorable pandas at the Panda Breeding Centre in Chengdu. Learn about the conservation efforts being made to repopulate this ancient species. And of course you'll see them being fed, playing, sleeping or just being plain cute in their playgrounds. Enjoy some more downtime in the afternoon, maybe checking out the hip Kuanzhai Lane or searhcing for some spicy Chengdu snacks on Jinli Street.

Included Activities:

Chengdu - Giant Panda Breeding Research Base

Day 8: Yangshuo
Embrace a full day of travelling from Chengdu to Yangshuo today. You'll hop on the bullet train from Chengdu to Guilin (approx. 7hrs), then transfer to the hotel in Yangshuo. Surrounded by limestone karsts, Yangshuo is super popular with both international and domestic tourists, which isn't a bad thing if you're into your cafes and bars. It's one of the best places in the country to get a feel for local culture and traditions while having plenty of fun at the same time. Take a walk through the town with your leader on arrival and head down to the Li River to get a feel for a landscape immortalised in plenty of Chinese paintings.

Included Activities:
Yangshuo - Walking tour

Optional Activities:
Yangshuo - Li River Cruise - CNY100
Yangshuo - Bike hire - CNY20
Yangshuo - Tai Chi/Kung Fu class - CNY50
Yangshuo - Cooking School & Market Tour - CNY150

Days 9-10: Yangshuo
The next two days in Yangshuo are free time for you to go exploring. There are plenty of interesting activities to keep you entertained during your time here. Why not take a bike ride to get an insight into rural Chinese life. This is an absolutely stunning region, as every turn in the road brings you to another postcard-perfect spot. The spectacular outdoor light show staged by Olympic Opening Ceremony director Zhang Yimou, director of 2008 Beijing Olympic Games Opening Ceremony, is a definite highlight and highly recommended. There are plenty of alternatives: enjoy a relaxing boat ride along the Li River. Take an early morning tai chi class by the riverside. Eat and drink your way around the town and taste the classic Beer Fish! Get a feel for local produce with a visit to the market, then learn to cook some Chinese dishes at the Yangshuo Cooking School. The recipes are easy to make and the ingredients readily available outside of China so you'll be able to recreate them like a pro once you get back home.

Day 11: Hong Kong
Leave Yangshuo and continue the journey to the final stop, Hong Kong. You'll be transferred to Guilin and then hop on bullet train (approximatel 3 hours) to Shenzhen. From there, cross border into Hong Kong and take KCR to your centrally located hotel in Hong Kong. Go on an walking tour with your leader, then maybe check out the Temple Street night market or the light show at Victoria Harbour. Take the chance to celebrate your final night with the group in this awesome town.

Included Activities:
Hong Kong - Walking tour

Day 12: Hong Kong
Your adventure comes to an end today, there are no activities planned for the final day and you are able to depart the accommodation at any time. A departure transfer is available to book – this can be arranged prior to departure with us.

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Reisestil
Seien wir mal ehrlich: Niemand geht auf Reisen, um den Spaß zu erleben für 3 Stunden in einer Warteschlange für Tickets zu stehen oder erfolglos nach einem Restaurant mit authentischen Speisen zu suchen (um schließlich aufzugeben und bei McDonalds zu landen). Deshalb beinhalten unsere Reisen einige Eintrittsgebühren zu den Hauptsehenswürdigkeiten, die Unterkünfte, alle Transportmittel, gelegentliche Mahlzeiten sowie das Know-How eines örtlichen erfahren Reiseführers. Zwar gibt es auch genügend Zeit, damit du dein eigenes Ding tun kannst, es sind aber auch Gruppenaktivitäten enthalten - weil manche Dinge gemeinsam einfach mehr Spaß machen! Diese Tour ist eine Backpacker-Tour, jedoch mit einer guten Portion Planung, so dass du dich auf das Wesentliche konzentrieren kannst: Das Erleben und Entdecken von China!