Huangshan – the Yellow Mountains Tour

4 Days
Huangshan, China
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Package Description

Huangshan is situated in the south of Anhui Province and bordered on Jiangxi and Zhejiang Provinces. Huangshan’s preexistence was named Huizhou, which existed more than two thousand years ago in Qing Dynasty and had jurisdiction over two counties (Shexian, Yixian), it was once a land of celebrities, who created the splendid Huizhou Culture.

Huangshan is an international tourist city, with unique and rich tourist resources. The most distinctive feature is that the natural beauty of the landscape matches and associates harmoniously with the historic and cultural signs, Huangshan Scenic Zone, one of the world wonders, was listed as the world cultural and natural heritage by UNESCO in 1990. Huangshan lies so many cultural sights such as Xidi and Hongcun, listed as World cultural heritage, Qiyunshan Taoist bethel, Huashan Grotto and jianjiang Scenic Attraction a wonder to admire, Taiping lake an emerald in Southern Anhui, Guniujiang and Qingliangfeng national reserves, the Xin’an river – a natural gallery, Shexian – a nation preserved historic reserve only to name some.

Day 1: Arrival at Huangshan Airport and then transfer to the downtown 5-star International Hotel.  If time permits, you will visit Tunxi Ancient Street.

Day 2: After a rich breakfast, we will set off for today’s Yellow Mountain tour (a round-trip cable car is included).

Day 3: In the morning, the private car will drive you to Yixian County to visit Hongcun Village and after that, you will be transferred to Shexian County to see the Tangyue Archways.

Day 4: After breakfast, departure from Huangshan and return to own country.

  • Transfer with guide to and from your hotel
  • English-speaking guide at all times
  • Main entrance ticket to the sights as per the itinerary
  • Meal as per the itinerary (lunch)
  • One night accommodation at 4-star (two guests sharing one room)
  • Visa fee
  • International and doestic ticket fee
  • Cable-car fee
  • Gratuities
  • Personal expenses

Umesh Ghimire