A holiday to China is diverse, complex and rich. A place where incredibly old and state-of-the-art rub shoulders, home to magnificent sights like the Great Wall and Terracotta Warriors to roly-poly pandas, vibrant mega-metropolises and serene landscapes.
Every province brings a new set of flavours to its cuisine and a new range of beliefs, philosophies and cultures - and all of it is ripe and ready for exploration on your China holiday.
Wendy Wu Tours is the UK's Number 1 China Specialist. We have over 20 year's experience touring here and all of our travel consultants are full of knowledge and passion about this magnificent country, helped by the fact that many of them have experienced it for themselves.
Plus, we understand that visas can be confusing, so we've made travelling to China easier for everyone with the launch of our brand new, hassle-free China Visa, exclusive to Wendy Wu Tours. As of January 2020, anyone travelling to selected destinations in China as part of a Wendy Wu group tour will benefit from our NEW hassle-free China Visa.
No trip to China would be complete without seeing one of the wonders listed below.
China is a country of variety, from the vibrant cities of Beijing and Shanghai to the calm and charm of the Yangtze River. The cities and regions of China below will provide plenty of inspiration.
China offers a wealth of wonderful sights and experiences. What better way to explore them than on a Wendy Wu tour?
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The best times to visit China are in the Spring, which falls between April – May and then in the Autumn, which is between September – October. This is when the weather is much more comfortable for tourists to explore.
As our tour focuses on unique and authentic experiences restaurants are hand-picked to ensure quality and authentic traditional dishes. Vegetarians and vegans are well catered for as we make sure all dietary requirements are sent over to the guides prior to departure.
We grade our tours on level of activity and amount of walking involved, which can be found on the tour pages on the website and in our brochures, under ‘Physical Rating’. We grade the tours as follows:
The Great Wall of China stretches from Shanhaiguan on the Bohai Sea to Lop Lake in the Gobi Desert – around 4,000 miles. Most people visit the Great Wall from Beijing.