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Tour Leaders
Tour Leaders for China Tours
China has an abundance of historic and cultural treasures waiting to be discovered. With their in-depth knowledge, our China tour leaders will ensure you gain a deeper appreciation of this special country, with tour groups limited to a maximum of 18 participants. Some of our tour leaders who have led these tours.
Chris Tripodi I travel because it is the most interesting thing I can think of doing between meals. The magic and the challenge of this job is seeing the world itself as the tour with several smaller journeys along the way. I enjoy that time at the end of one trip, before the start of a new one, where the sadness of leaving one place mixes with the excitement of approaching another. Read More
Colette Stubbings Living a transitory lifestyle whenever I’ve had the means to do so has become a source of personal inspiration, mindfulness, growth and exchange. Convinced there is beauty in all things / people / places, I’m always anticipating the sights and sounds of any place I drift to next! Read More
Nicole Boycott I have been passionate about travel my whole life because it allows you to immerse yourself in a different world. Travel has inspired me to pursue studies such as history, archaeology, art and art history. Read More
Pam Schewe Pam spent many years working in radio broadcasting in Vancouver but decided that instead of working in order to travel, she would be much happier traveling for work. The only real difference between the two careers is that now she can tell immediately when her jokes are not funny. “Is this mic on…??” Read More
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Tour Leaders China
China has an abundance of historic and cultural treasures waiting to be discovered. With their in-depth knowledge, our China tour leaders will ensure you gain a deeper appreciation of this special country, with tour groups limited to a maximum of 18 participants. Some of our tour leaders who have led these tours.
Chris Tripodi I travel because it is the most interesting thing I can think of doing between meals. The magic and the challenge of this job is seeing the world itself as the tour with several smaller journeys along the way. I enjoy that time at the end of one trip, before the start of a new one, where the sadness of leaving one place mixes with the excitement of approaching another. Read More
Colette Stubbings Living a transitory lifestyle whenever I’ve had the means to do so has become a source of personal inspiration, mindfulness, growth and exchange. Convinced there is beauty in all things / people / places, I’m always anticipating the sights and sounds of any place I drift to next! Read More
Nicole Boycott I have been passionate about travel my whole life because it allows you to immerse yourself in a different world. Travel has inspired me to pursue studies such as history, archaeology, art and art history. Read More
Pam Schewe Pam spent many years working in radio broadcasting in Vancouver but decided that instead of working in order to travel, she would be much happier traveling for work. The only real difference between the two careers is that now she can tell immediately when her jokes are not funny. “Is this mic on…??” Read More
Where to Go
Where To Go on China Tours
Our small group China tours give you a taste of this country’s modern wonders and ancient treasures. Visit the Forbidden City in Beijing, gaze upon the Terracotta Army in Xian, cruise down the mighty Yangtze, and hike along a section of the Great Wall. There’ll also be ample opportunities to explore China’s futuristic megacities and see a few of its lesser-visited locations.
FAQ
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you need a visa to travel to China?
All foreign nationals visiting mainland China are required to apply for an entry visa through the Chinese Embassy or Consulate-General.
Is China safe?
China is considered a safe country and violence is rare. The main threat travellers need to be wary of is pickpocketing. Thefts often take place on buses and trains, so personal possessions should be kept close to hand. Scams are also common in China. Be especially careful when buying unpriced goods, and double-check any cash you receive from vendors (there’s a lot of counterfeit bills in circulation). Travellers are also advised to be cautious when crossing roads — motorists often disregard pedestrians’ right of way on marked crossings, and vehicles are even allowed to turn in to or out of the road when traffic lights are green.
When is the best time to visit China?
As you might expect from a country so huge, China’s climate is highly varied. Overall, the best time to visit China is spring (April-May) and autumn (September-October) when temperatures are most likely to be warm and pleasant. The weather in summer (June-August) can be stifling, while winter (November-March) is often incredibly cold — especially in northern parts of the country.
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