Nobody likes to be hurried, but if you’ve been putting off deciding whether you’re going to travel to China later this year, now is an ideal time to make those plans.
As this recent travel story in the New York Times reminds us all, travel to and within Asia is booming this year – especially here in China.
Bookings this year at WildChina and many travel agencies serving destination in China are up significantly from last year, making 2011 look like it could be the biggest China travel year since the Beijing Olympics.
It’s hard to believe that the first quarter of 2011 is nearly finished, but that doesn’t mean that it’s too late to book an unforgettable China experience for this year. Here’s a short list of some of the journeys we’re offering in the second half of 2011:
Departs: September 13
Book by: June 13
What you’ll do: Experience Yunnan’s timeless landscapes and cultures as you follow tea’s journey from the plantations of Xishuangbanna to teapots in Shangri-la
Departs: October 26
Book by: July 26
What you’ll do: Take in classic sights while getting a crash course in today’s China: urban and rural, old and new, north and south
Suzhou to Hangzhou – The Grand Canal
Departs: Whenever you decide
Book by: Three months prior to your departure
What you’ll do: See the depth and breadth of China’s beautiful watertowns, ancient sanctuary to Imperial elite
To learn more about WildChina journeys, or to tailor your own, contact us today.