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China’s ever changing landscapes range from labyrinthine streets in cutting edge modern cities to endless serene landscapes of hundred shades of green. Everyday brings its dose of surprise and experiences inherited from over 5000 years of history. Leave your senses be enchanted by the beautiful scenery, the soul of locals and out of this world cuisine.

Trekerie will listen to your wishes and connect you with the best local expert in China who will design a unique itinerary completely tailored to you.

 

CHINA TRAVEL HIGHLIGHTS

Delve into the bygone Dynasties of Ancient China

Indulge all your senses enjoying starlit dinners, contemplate the serenity of temples, imagine the luxury of life in palaces, create lasting memories in authentic cultural encounters. Expert private guides will provide you with unparalleled insights and exclusive access.

Cruise on the serene waters of Li River

Glide over the serene waters of the Li River towards the lost cities of ancient China’s wonders. Enjoy wonderful local cuisine and private tours to the Great Wall of China and the Terracotta Army.

Meet Pandas in their Natural Preserved area

Meet black-and-white celebrities at the famous panda research base in Chengdu.

CHINA TRAVEL HIGHLIGHTS

Delve into the bygone Dynasties of Ancient China

Indulge all your senses enjoying starlit dinners, contemplate the serenity of temples, imagine the luxury of life in palaces, create lasting memories in authentic cultural encounters. Expert private guides will provide you with unparalleled insights and exclusive access.

Cruise on the serene waters of Li River

Glide over the serene waters of the Li River towards the lost cities of ancient China’s wonders. Enjoy wonderful local cuisine and private tours to the Great Wall of China and the Terracotta Army.

Meet Pandas in their Natural Preserved area

Meet black-and-white celebrities at the famous panda research base in Chengdu.

WEATHER IN CHINA

Spring

From March to May.

Spring is a picturesque and pleasant season. China in spring is full of lush, colorful blossoms, and fresh green hues. Rain showers enhance the view in the form of mountain mists in unearthly areas like Guilin and the Yellow Mountains. The weather warms up, but it’s not too hot.

It is recommended to avoid the Labor Day holiday week (May 1 – 7), as attractions, transport, and hotels are packed with Chinese tourists.

Summer

From June to August.

It is the best time to visit some of China’s remote areas: Tibet, the Northwest and Inner Mongolia remain fresh.

In the rest of China, sunshine and warmth certainly make for good holiday weather, though some might find it too hot (95°F).

The monsoon is generally greater in intensity the further southeast (or up in the mountains).

Fall

From September to October.

It is the best time to appreciate colorful autumn scenery. China has warm/mild temperatures. As September advances, summer rains stop. It is a comfortable time to visit the major Chinese attractions in Beijing, Xi’an, Shanghai, Guilin, Hong Kong, Chengdu, etc…Advice: Avoid the first week of October (Chinese National Day Holiday) when attractions, transport, and hotels are very crowded.

Winter

From November to February.

Consider the majesty of the Great Wall of China as it snakes through the distant, snowy peaks, silhouetted against a crisp blue sky – with not a soul in sight. Visit China for winter scenery, winter sports and winter attractions like Harbin’s Ice and Snow Festival and China’s ski resorts. Some places that fall just within the tropics like the tropical rainforest of southernmost Yunnan Hong or the Hong Kong area, enjoy mild winters.

Consider avoiding Chinese New Year Week (January or February) if you want to avoid crowds

WEATHER IN CHINA

Spring

From March to May.

Spring is a picturesque and pleasant season. China in spring is full of lush, colorful blossoms, and fresh green hues. Rain showers enhance the view in the form of mountain mists in unearthly areas like Guilin and the Yellow Mountains. The weather warms up, but it’s not too hot.

It is recommended to avoid the Labor Day holiday week (May 1 – 7), as attractions, transport, and hotels are packed with Chinese tourists.

Summer

From June to August.

It is the best time to visit some of China’s remote areas: Tibet, the Northwest and Inner Mongolia remain fresh.

In the rest of China, sunshine and warmth certainly make for good holiday weather, though some might find it too hot (95°F).

The monsoon is generally greater in intensity the further southeast (or up in the mountains).

Fall

From September to October.

It is the best time to appreciate colorful autumn scenery. China has warm/mild temperatures. As September advances, summer rains stop. It is a comfortable time to visit the major Chinese attractions in Beijing, Xi’an, Shanghai, Guilin, Hong Kong, Chengdu, etc…Advice: Avoid the first week of October (Chinese National Day Holiday) when attractions, transport, and hotels are very crowded.

Winter

From November to February.

Consider the majesty of the Great Wall of China as it snakes through the distant, snowy peaks, silhouetted against a crisp blue sky – with not a soul in sight. Visit China for winter scenery, winter sports and winter attractions like Harbin’s Ice and Snow Festival and China’s ski resorts. Some places that fall just within the tropics like the tropical rainforest of southernmost Yunnan Hong or the Hong Kong area, enjoy mild winters.

Consider avoiding Chinese New Year Week (January or February) if you want to avoid crowds

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