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Mt Huang Short Stay

  • Duration
    4 days
  • Tour Type
    Short Stay
  • Tour Style
    Classic
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Cable car to summit of Mt Huang, explore Tunxi ancient town, visit local villages and travel on the bullet train.

  • Physical Rating 1Learn More
    X A reasonable level of fitness is required but it's more about spending time on your feet rather than covering large distances. You'll be getting on and off coaches and boats, walking around the sights and climbing some steps. Download the detailed tour dossier for details of your chosen tour. Learn More
    Walking, some steps and time on your feet
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Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1
    ARRIVE TUNXI
    DAY 1: ARRIVE TUNXI

    Your guide will meet you at your hotel in Shanghai and together you will transfer to the station to board the bullet train to Tunxi. The rest of the day is at leisure.

  • Day 2
    MT HUANG SUMMIT
    DAY 2: MT HUANG SUMMIT

    Take a cable car to the summit of Mt. Huang. Located in the southern part of Anhui Province, it is undoubtedly one of the most popular mountain ranges in China. Enjoy the spectacular views of the oddly shaped peaks, rock formations, thousand-year-old pine trees and ever-changing mist, all of which have inspired local artists for centuries. Stay overnight in Mt. Huang. (B,L)

  • Day 3
    TUNXI ANCIENT TOWN
    DAY 3: TUNXI ANCIENT TOWN

    Take the cable car down to the base of the mountain and explore this ancient town of Tunxi. The narrow cobbled streets are lined with pretty little shops selling anything from local snacks and tea, to paintbrushes, cultural relics and intricate wood carvings. Stay overnight in Tunxi. (B,L)

  • Day 4
    DEPART TUNXI
    DAY 4: DEPART TUNXI

    Begin the day with a visit to local villages and learn about local lifestyle before transferring to the station to board your bullet train to Shanghai where arrangements end. (B,L)

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Places Visited: Tunxi (2N) - Mt Huang (1N)

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