Tokyo Gold Rush

Celebrate 2 weeks of exceptional sporting endeavour with Japan tour savings up to £1,940pp plus free Japan goodies.

The Award-Winning Tour Specialist
Chongqing Zoo and Panda House

Chongqing Zoo and Panda House

Visit Chongqing Zoo on a holiday to China

Travel Safe with our COVID Safe Protocols
Close

Inspired by Ray Mears Wild China?

If you want to experience the natural wonders of this amazing country for yourself - our Dreams of Nature tour will be absolutely perfect for you

Better known as a resident of neighbouring Sichuan province, the giant panda has made a place for itself in Chongqing.

Located just outside the city centre, Chongqing Zoo includes the Panda House, a dwelling for China’s most popular bear.

Designed to resemble the rock caves and bamboo groves of their native Sichuan Mountains, at the Panda House you can watch the pandas doing what they do best - chomping through great piles of bamboo and romping around with their fellows.

Located right on the Yangtze River, the zoo was first opened to the public in 1955 with facilities that include a tea house and restaurants. Chongqing Zoo is also home to a number of other animals, including red pandas, giraffes, gorillas, elephants, kangaroos plus some more unusual additions such as the rare South China tiger.

Exclusively with Wendy Wu Tours, those flying into this charming city will no longer need to endure the laborious chore of a 10-page China Visa application or queuing to have fingerprints taken at the consulate before departing. As of 2020, when travelling with Wendy Wu Tours you can enter China via Chongqing with the worlds first e-Visa. All you have to do is provide us with a colour copy of your passport, and a passport photo and we’ll take care of the rest! 

You can take advantage of this hassle free visa on our Sichuan & Yangtze Delights tour featured below.

Travel Expert

How can we help?

For advice on where to go, what to do and how to choose your perfect tour, talk to our Travel Experts.

Call 0808 274 8594

Chongqing Zoo and Panda House Holidays

What better way to experience it than on a Wendy Wu tour?

  • Sichuan & Yangtze Delights

    Sichuan & Yangtze Delights

    14 days | Please call for prices
    Dazu Rock Carvings Yangtze River Cruise Terracotta Warriors Great Wall of China Forbidden City
  • Classic China

    Classic China

    24 Reviews
    21 days from £4,290pp

    Fully Inclusive of Tour & Flights

    Beijing Forbidden City Li River Cruise Yangtze River Cruise Tiger Leaping Gorge
  • Dreams of Nature

    Dreams of Nature

    6 Reviews
    22 days from £3,690pp

    Fully Inclusive of Tour & Flights

    Longji Rice Terraces Zhangjiajie Yangtze Cruise Nine Villages Valley Chengdu Pandas

Things To See Nearby

  • Zhangjiajie

    Zhangjiajie

    endowed with striking natural beauty, its dramatic pinnacles a distinctive feature of the Chinese landscape.

From our Blog

Read our latest articles or travel inspiration, exciting news about our destinations and all things Wendy Wu Tours

11
Jun

Have you got these Chinese landmarks licked?

Can you name these iconic landmarks and their fruity frozen counterparts?
17
Dec

Spotlight on: Peking Duck

Reema Shah takes us through the interesting facts and history of China’s best known delicacy, Peking Duck.
8
Oct

Spotlight On: Lijiang, China

An ancient Chinese city with almost a thousand years of history, Lijiang nestles snugly among the forested foothills of the Southern Himalaya in Yunnan Province, 200 miles northwest of the province’s capital, Kunming. Lijiang built its wealth as a major caravan stop on the Old Tea Horse Road, which connected Yunnan – one of the […]
8
Jul

Welcome to Chengdu – China’s Most Charming City

Nestled in the heart of the Sichuan province is Chengdu, one of China‘s biggest and most charming cities. Despite being one of the three most-populous cities in Western China, Chengdu is wonderfully laidback and visitors are captivated by its many pleasant offerings. Chengdu is the perfect place to sit and soak up your surroundings and […]
Read more China blogs