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A 26 day tour exploring some of China’s most treasured natural wonders, you’ll discover the natural beauty of China from the mists of Mt. Huang to the stunning Nine Villages Valley, via the peaks of Zhangjiajie and the spectacular Li River.

Embark on a photographer’s dream journey. See the serene swirling mists of Mt. Huang,  often referred to by locals as an ink scroll painting come to life, the towering pinnacles of Zhangjiajie, the inspiration for the fictional world in the movie Avatar and the beautiful alpine scenery of the Nine Villages Valley, still unknown to many Westerners. The breathtaking scenery in this tour will leave you in awe.

Packages include international airfare based on LA departures, visa fees, three meals per day, all sightseeing & entrance fees, National & Local Escorts and evening entertainment.

485 Seventh Avenue, Suite 504
New York, NY 10018
877.993.6399
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