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Small group tours of China

We organise a number of quality tours during the best seasons to visit China using small groups (maximum 16 persons) to make them more manageable, provide more personal service and give you a better experience. We believe our group tour holidays to China offer excellent value for money and provide a variety of experiences and an insight into the country that larger and less specialist companies fail to match.

Redwall Garden Hotel Beijing

In addition, we use mostly 5-star city centre hotels, and while most meals are included we recognise that on a long tour some people may want a change, so on occasions we leave you free to make your own choices.

Guaranteed departure dates with minimum of 2 passengers

LIST OF TOURS


PANDAS AND PALACES - from £2,245pp

9 days - A short tour covering the historic sites of Beijing, Xi'an plus Chengdu for China's famous pandas.


BEIJING, XI'AN, SHANGHAI - from £2,275pp

10 days - A short tour covering the three centres of Beijing, Xi'an and Shanghai, plus Suzhou, in the comfort of quality hotels throughout.


TASTE OF CHINA - from £2,670pp

12 days - The beautiful landscapes of Guilin added to Beijing, Xi'an and Shanghai.


PANDA AND YANGTZE CRUISE - from £2,940pp

14 days - China's famous giant pandas at Chengdu, together with a Yangtze cruise and the highlights of Beijing, Xi'an and Shanghai.


THE GRAND TOUR - from £3,185pp

19 days - One of our most popular tours - a comprehensive tour including the highlights of China, giant pandas and a Yangtze River cruise.


WONDERS OF CHINA AND THE YANGTZE - from £2,790pp

14 days - A 5-star Yangtze River cruise, combined with Beijing, Xi'an and Shanghai.


CHINA AND MONGOLIA - from £3,190pp

15 days - A adventurous tour of the steppes and mountains of Mongolia, plus Beijing.


CHINA AND VIETNAM - from £3,050pp

20 days - A combination of Beijing, Xi'an and Guilin with a journey through Vietnam from north to south.


CHINA, TIBET AND NEPAL - from £4,325pp

20 days - The classic journey from Beijing to Lhasa, and then through Tibet to Nepal past Mt Everest.