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HomeDetailed Itinerary of 6 Day Culture Program In Sanjiang and Yangshou

Detailed Itinerary of 6 Day Culture Program In Sanjiang and Yangshou

Codigo del tour: ED-S-002
Duracion: 6days
Destino: Guilin, Sanjiang, Yangshuo
Tiempo apropiado para la visita: from Mar to Oct
Fecha de salida: on request 2019
Effort Nature Culture

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Detailed Itinerary of 6 Day Culture Program
In Sanjiang and Yangshou


At A Glance:

§ Six Day Action-Packed Educational Tour

§ Cultural Immersion with Fun Outdoor Activities like…

o   Sightseeing at the Wind and Rain Bridge

o   Hiking through minority culture villages

o   Educational lectures on Chinese culture, customs, and history

o   Taste delicious, local food

o   Cycling through the area’s famous rice paddy fields

o   Visit a Local Primary School

o   Visit a Nature Water Cave for a Mud Bath

o   Biking along the Li River

o   Bamboo Rafting to Yangshuo




This Cultural Expedition program is designed to give students the opportunity to experience a different and interesting Chinese Culture and Outdoor Landscape in Sanjiang and Yangshuo. Here students will take in the breath-taking beauty and deep traditional folk culture of Yanghsuo. The trip includes a Dong minority culture lecture, hiking around small villages to experience the traditional custom and architecture, visiting a primary school in the village, kayaking the Li River, camping near the River, biking into the countryside of  Yangshou, mud bath in a nature Water Cave, and much more. 



Day 1 Beijing – Guilin – Sanjiang

Activities – Arrival in Guilin, Program Introduction

§  Pick up from school, drive to airport, fly to Guilin

§  Lunch in Guilin

§  Drive about 5 hours to Chengyang in Sanjiang

§  Introduction of the program, itinerary, and activities

§  Dinner

§  Accommodation in a nice Dong-style guest house with a view of the Wind and Rain Bridge


Day 2 Sangjiang – Longsheng 

Activities – Sightseeing, Culture Lectures, Spend time with Minority Cultures

§  Breakfast

§  Visit Chengyang Wind and Rain Bridge

§  Hiking for about 2-3 hours around the Dong villages to experience the charm of the minority cultures in the region and take part in the special celebration activities. (Check out handmade cloth from plant fiber and local embroidery)

§  Lecture on Dong and Yao Minority Culture, Customs, History, etc.

§  Drive to Pingan Village in Longsheng

§  Dinner with local food

§  Accommodation in a nice hostel


Day 3 Pinganzhai – Dazhai Village - Yangshuo 

Activities – 3 Hours Hiking, Folk Show, Picnic Lunch, See Rice Paddy Fields in Harvest

§  Breakfast

§  Hiking for about 3 hours from Pinganzhai Village to Dzhai Village through terraced, rice paddy hills.

§  Enjoy local folk performance

§  Picnic Lunch

§  Visit a local primary school in a village where we’ll give the local students gifts like pens and notebooks.

§  Drive about 5 hours to Yangshuo

§  Dinner and briefing on how to prepare for tomorrow’s camping tour

§  Accommodation in a comfortable hotel with private washroom in Yangshuo. Have a great sleep tonight after a long and adventurous day!


Day 4 Yangshuo  

Activities – Mud Bath and Cave Exploration, Biking along the Li River, Learn about and Make Traditional Chinese Fans, Kayaking on the Li River  

§  This morning we will sleep in, prepare for tonight’s camping and then eat breakfast.

§  Drive to the Nature Water Cave for a Mud Bath. We’ll spend two hours exploring the Inner Caves.

§  Bike to a small old town by the Li River, about 1 hour.

§  Explore the old town, learn the history and cultural stories behind it.

§  Visit a local workshop and see how to make a traditional folding fan. A professional painter will also teach you how to draw traditional Chinese paintings on the fan. You’ll also get to create a d draw a fan yourself.

§  Kayaking through tributaries of the Li River for about two hours

§  Learn how to set up a camp site and cook your own BBQ dinner

§  Camping for the night


Day 5 Camp Site – Moon Hill – Jiuxian Town 

Activities – Cycling up Moon Hill, Lunch with Local Family, Explore Ming and Qing dynasty buildings, Wildlife watch, Bamboo rafting

§  Clean up the camp site and make breakfast

§  Bike to Moon Hill, about 2.5 hours

§  Hike up to the top of Moon Hill for a breath-taking birds-eye-view of Yangsuo.

§  Lunch in a local family house

§  Bike along the Yulong River from Moon Hill to Chaoyang Village, Jiuxian Town – about 2 hours

§  Explore the old Ming and Qing dynasty buildings, local folk houses, etc

§  See cormorant (a large, long-necked, dark-colored bird) fishing on the river

§  Bamboo raft back to Yangshuo – about 1 hour

§  Dinner

§  Accommodation in a comfort hostel


 Day 6 Yangshuo – Guiling - Beijing 

Activities – Cycling up Moon Hill, Lunch with Local Family, Explore Ming and Qing dynasty buildings, Wildlife watch, Bamboo rafting

§  Beijing

§  Free morning in Yangshuo for you to walk along the streets and explore.

§  Lunch

§  Drive back to the airport for the flight to Beijing

§  Pick up at the airport and back to school.



Price Quote: Based on at least 30 students in a group. If less than 30 students the quote may be higher.

Tour Cost: RMB 2850/person



§  Entrance fee to all the resorts and sightseeing attractions, camping site fee when needed

§  Service charge and cultural activities fee: 1 professional leader, 2 professional coaches for the adventure activities (water cave, kayaking) and 1 mechanic while biking, painting teach and drawing fan teacher, lecture and folk performance.

§  Camping Equipment: Tent, Sleeping Mat, Sleeping Bag, Propane/Fuel, Rope, Flashlight, Walkie-Talkies, Matches/Lighters, Stove, Backpacks

§  One Bicycle and helmet per person

§  All the food in the itinerary (some picnic lunch while hiking and biking)

§  The equipment for Rock Climbing

§  Travel Insurance (RMB 30/pax)

§  Transportation fee for Five Days



§  Any personal expenses such as laundry, drinks, fax, telephone calls

§  Doctor with the group

§  Other activities not mentioned in the itinerary, optional activities, sightseeing or meals which are not included.

§  The extra cost due to unforeseen events

§  Rock Climbing Shoes

§  Personal travel insurance

Remarks and Useful Information:

§  Most of the areas that we will be visiting is mountainous or small villages. As we’ll be enjoying much of the well-protected nature we should prepare for the accommodation to be very basic.

§  The tour leader reserves the right to alternate the visiting order according to the weather and the fitness of the students.

§  This is a long trip. It is possible that delays can occur due to traffic or something unforeseen during the trip.

§  All participates will learn to take care of themselves and help each other in the outdoors. This trip requires teamwork and the ability to follow the instruction of the leader.

§  Participants will cook their own meal and build their camp. All camping equipment will be carried to the camping sites by the students using professional backpacks. Please pack the necessary only (we will offer you a “What to bring list” before departure). Do not over-pack. Participants should also take the garbage down the mountain to trashcans.

§  While our leaders will have walkie-talkies with them throughout the trip it is important to keep in mind that there will be limited coverage in the area. Some parts of our trip are quite remote making it important to behave as a team and help each other in anyway. This is a leisure trip for exploring, learning, and having fun with friends. It is not a competition.

§  What to Wear: The weather in October is always warm at noon, cold at night and still windy in the mountain area. Wear long sleeve T-Shirts and pants that are easy to dry and are suitable for daytime trekking. Bring pants, a thick sweater, and a jacket for the cold night and early morning.

§  In case of unforeseen government prohibition of camping and campfire, we may not be allowed to cook outdoors. In that case, we reserve the right to alternate the itinerary with the agreement of the participants. The participants are expected to take the extra payment if there is any.

§  September is one of the best months of the year for outdoor activities.  However, some outdoor activities like rafting and rock climbing can be influenced by bad weather.

§  Leave nothing except your footprint, take nothing except photographs. Leave no garbage.  Littering is strongly prohibited.

§  If you sign up with less than 20 persons we reserve the right to rise up the cost.


VERY IMPORTANT: When you are planning to do rock climbing and abseiling you acknowledge that there are risks involved in this sport and confirm that you are fully aware of and accept these risks. You may or may not be required to sign a separate acknowledgement and acceptance of personal liability by the local supplier before being allowed to participate in certain activities. If you are not allowed to rock climb or abseil because you refuse to sign, you will have no claim against CSH or the supplier and will not be entitled to any refund or compensation.  




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What Our Clients Say

Two of us enjoyed a truly wonderful tour of Guilin, Yangshuo and surrounding countryside.    Many thanks to CnAdventures for providing very helpful assistance and our guide, David, who was really terrific, both accommodating and informative.  The trip provided a great deal of variety as we hiked, biked and rafted through some of the most gorgeous countryside I have ever seen.  An unplanned side trip to the Dragon's Backbone Rice Terrace was a most worthwhile addition to our itinerary.  Another nice aspect to the trip was the opportunity to sample some excellent local food along the way--stuffed snails and sticky rice cooked in bamboo were a couple of highlights along with rice wine and osmanthus tea. 

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