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Harbin Ice & Snow Festival

  • Duration
    3 days
  • Tour Type
    Tour Extension
  • Tour Style
    Classic
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Discover all that Harbin has to offer this winter with its spectacular ice and snow sculptures, carved into animals, plants and buildings. Explore this northern city further by marvelling at the unique Russian architecture and religious monuments.

  • Physical Rating 1Learn More
    X A reasonable level of fitness is required but it's more about spending time on your feet rather than covering large distances. You'll be getting on and off coaches and boats, walking around the sights and climbing some steps. Download the detailed tour dossier for details of your chosen tour. Learn More
    Walking, some steps and time on your feet
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Tour Itinerary

This extension is suitable for those who wish to take part in and witness the exciting activities of the Harbin Ice and Snow Festival. This extension is private and does not include all meals, allowing you to select your own dining venue occasionally, where you can immerse further into the Chinese culture.

  • Day 1

    Harbin

    Day 1 Harbin

    Transfer from your hotel to Beijing airport where you will board your flight to Harbin. Upon arrival in Harbin you will be transferred directly to the Ice and Snow World, the largest ice and snow festival in the world. Later, transfer to your hotel for a two-night stay.

  • Day 2

    Ice and Snow World

    Day 2 Ice and Snow World

    Visit the Shong Hua River, meaning ‘the river in heaven’ in Chinese, and Sun Island, the second biggest venue of the Ice and Snow Festival. Later you will tour the city centre and visit the beautiful Harbin Ice and Snow Lantern Festival. (B,L)

  • Day 3

    Harbin

    Day 3 Harbin

    Transfer to Harbin airport to board your flight back to Beijing. Your arrangements end upon arrival at Beijing airport. (B)

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Harbin Ice & Snow Festival map

Places Visited: Harbin (3N)

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There are no dedicated Solo departures for this year. You can enjoy any of our tours with no Single Supplement on our Happy to Share option or explore the solo departures in other years.

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