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  • Beijing Qinhuangdao Tour

  • Tour Price: $ 150
  • Tour Code: CT562
  • Available: Daily
  • Duration: 2 Days
  • Tour Type: Qinhuangdao Tour from Beijing

Trip Highlights - Qinhuangdao Tour is a good choice for summer escape from Beijing. Located in the northeast of Hebei Province with Bohai Sea on the south, Mt. Yanshan on the north, Liaoning Province on the east and Beijing and Tianjin to the west, Qinhuangdao joins Northeast China and North China as a transportation connection in the middle of Round Bohai Sea Economic Rim. There are some good spots in Qinhuangdao. The First Pass Under Heaven a popular place for tourists, featuring the eastern part of the famous Great Wall and Meng Jiangnu Temple are both good attractions to visit during the tour.

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Tour Prices (this is private tour based on per person and shown in US dollars)
Group Size Price / Traveler
1 traveler USD300
2-5 travelers USD200
6-9 travelers USD180
10 travelers & above USD150
(For 10 persons up, please email us for new quotations)
Service Inclusions
 ·Entrance fees and meals as listed  ·All transfers with private vehicle and guide
 ·Accident insurance  ·Hotel fare
Service Exclusions
 ·Air fare and airport tax  ·Personal expenses
 ·Tips for guide and driver  ·

Tour Itinerary

Tour Itinerary: (B-Breakfast, L-Lunch, D-Dinner) 
Day 1:Beijing / Qinhuangdao (L/D)
You will leave from your hotel in Beijing and be taken to your hotel in Qinhuangdao (4-stars). In the afternoon, you will visit Meng-Jiang Nu Temple and Shanhaiguan Pass, the First Pass of the Great Wall.
Hotel:The Great Wall Hotel 4* (or similar class) 
Day 2:Qinhuangdao / Beijing (B/L)
In the Morning we will take you to visit Old Dragon Head, the starting point of the Eastern side of the Great Wall. After lunch, we will take you back to Beijing where you will be dropped at your previous hotel.
(Service End)
Attraction Description
The Meng Jiang Nu Temple was built before the Song Dynasty on Mt. Fenghuang, just east of Shanhaiguan Pass. It was last repaired during the Ming Dynasty. There is a legend about this temple that starts with the Qin Emperor Shi Huangdi.
The Great Wall of China is so spectacular that like the colossus at Rhodes and the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, it can be said to be one of the greatest wonders of the world. This is one of the largest manmade structures ever constructed and stretches across the mountains of Northern China surrounding the north and northwest sides of Beijing.