5 Star China Travel

168 Regent Street

London, U.K.

W1B 5TG

Established June 2004

Email: 1234@5starchinatravel.com

Call:   02075800554

        02075800899

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24th Dec - 1st Jan: office close

17th Dec - 1st Jan: Appointment  required for visitors to London Regent street office

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Office hours:

Mon-Fri:      9am-5pm

Sat & Sun & Bank Holidays:    Close

Private tour available

Tour Dates:

Every Day
      Why join our tour group?

  • Provide pick-up&drop-off service

  • Well designed schedule with free time to explore

  • Provide Chinese Lunch

  • Friendly English-speaking group

  • No cancellation even just two enrolled

The Mutianyu Great Wall - Sacred Way

The Great Wall&the Sacred way 1 Day Tour
10
days

Tour Itinerary:

Pick up service by your tour guide and driver at 7:30-8:00
Ming Tombs-Driving Time (1.5 hours)
Ming Tombs(Sacred Way)-Sightseeing (40 minutes)
Lunch at the Jade Carving Artistic Center (Jade shopping & Lunch, 1 hour)
Great Wall at Mutianyu-Driving Time (50 minutes)
Great Wall at Mutianyu-Sightseeing (2 hours). (Optional: Great Wall Cable Car, not included in tour price)
Chinese tea shopping on the way back to downtown (30 minutes)
Drop-off service at your hotel before 18:00


Price: 
£45 per person( group seat-in coach )
 

Included in Price:
- Hotel pick-up&drop-off service. 
- English-speaking tour guide.
- Air-conditioned tour van or bus.
- Entrance tickets to the attractions as listed in the  itinerary
- Meal as detailed in itinerary (L - Lunch)
 
Not included in Price
- Great Wall cable car 
Tour Description

 
Mutianyu Great Wall, featured “graceful”, enjoy the best quality among all Wall sections, 80km north-east of Beijing. It is is encased by sprightly streams and lush greenery. Mutianyu Great Wall is older than Badaling Great Wall, it has 22 watchtowers, about one every kilometer. Built mainly with granite, it was opened to tourists on May Day in 1986, the second Great Wall site opened to tourists after BaDaLing. 

To view details on phone: Click the center of picture to view itinerary.