Day 1 Dunhuang
Day 2 Dunhuang
In the morning, take a bicycle ride (about 25 km) to Mogao Grottoes (UNECO), the world's most important site of ancient Buddhist Culture. The treasure house contains hundreds of sandstone caves holding more than 2,000 statues and 45,000 brilliantly bright paintings of Buddha and Chinese mythological figures.
Later, return to downtown by bike and back to your hotel.
Day 3 Dunhuang
In the morning, take a car ride (about 80 km) west across the desert to Yumen Pass, which was the west terminal of the Great Wall built in Han Dynasty 2,100 years ago.
Then, ride a bicycle to Yangguan Pass and Yangguan Pass Museum (about 50 km). Yangguan is the key pass along the southern part of the Silk Road as well as the door for the communication between western countries and China.
- Private English-speaking tour guide
- Private air-conditioned van
- Land transfers between airport or railway station and hotel
- Entrance ticket as listed
- Lunch as listed
- Hotel accommodation with breakfast
- Service charge & government taxes
- Flight and train ticket
- Personal expenses such as laundry, drinks, fax fee, phone bills, optional activities
- Gratuities for guides and drivers
- China Visa
- Travel insurance