5 Days Private Beijing Panda Tour

Code: PD08
From $589 per personFree Inquiry
Day 1 Arrival in Beijing
When you arrive at Beijing, our guide will meet you outside the customs of the airport after you fetch your luggage and clear the customs. Then with the help of our guide, you will be transferred to the hotel and complete the check-in procedure. The rest of the day is left for your own arrangement. Relax yourself in the hotel to get refreshment for the coming Beijing panda tour. If you want to explore the city a little bit first, you can ask advice from our guide.

Meals: No meals, advice freely available
Day 2 Beijing
Our clients in the Forbidden City, Beijing
The morning is wakened up by the visit in Tiananmen Square, the largest city center square in the world. Located at the heart of Beijing, it is the most important site for public gathering. In the center of the square towers Monument to the People's Heroes and Memorial Hall of Chairman Mao, along with Great Hall of the People in the west and China National Museum in the east. Then we will proceed to the Forbidden City, the largest and best-preserved wooden palace complex. It used to be the dwelling palace of 24 emperors in the Ming and Qing dynasties. It is an unparalleled architectural masterpiece, and you will be impressed by its profound history and majestic grandeur.

In the afternoon, the guide will accompany you to visit Jingshan Park. It is an imperial garden with a history for 800 hundreds of years around. In the Wanchun Pavilion of the park, you can have a bird-eye view over the Forbidden City. Afterwards, we will take you to the Temple of Heaven, the place for ancient emperors to pray for good harvest and peace. 

Meals: Western buffet breakfast
Day 3 Beijing
Today, we arrange you a world wonder sightseeing, the Great Wall. The section we will visit is Mutianyu, one of the best-preserved sections of the entire Great Wall. Located at Huairou District, it is about 45 miles (73 kilometers) from Beijing downtown. The round way cable car is arranged for you to atop and get down the wall. After that, you will have lunch arranged by yourself near the site. On the ride back to the downtown, our bus will pass by the Bird's Nest (Olympic National Stadium), and you can take a picture of its appearance at a distance.

Towards afternoon, our journey will extend to 798 Art Zone. There are a lot of artists from different places gathering there. You can find galleries, art studios, pop bars, cafés and fancy restaurants scattered around. If you like, we could leave time for you to have a cup of coffee there and cultivate your minds in the dense art atmosphere.

Meals: Western buffet breakfast
Day 4 Beijing
A panda climbing to the tree top
In the morning, we will make our way to Beijing Zoo to highlight your Beijing panda tour. Here you can witness the national treasure Giant Panda. The panda houses are divided into three enclosures for adult pandas, sub-adult pandas and Mother & Baby pandas. There are corridors linking through these houses. Off the glass, you can observe their living habits and temper. They eat a lot of bamboo every day, and they sleep a lot, too. In the outdoor ground, they are provided with a cozy, safety and ecological environment so that all of the pandas can have their own leisure freely. Some are taking a walk in the lawn, some playing with each other, some enjoying the dessert after meal and some taking a sweet nap under the warm sunshine. There are also wood scaffolds to train their abilities for climbing, erecting and jumping. There you can see the most naughty and active pandas. If in their breeding season, you may get a chance to witness the adorable baby panda. This visit is still too short but precious and memorable, and you are suggested to record that with camera.

Afterwards, go to the Summer Palace. The well-preserved palace is reputed as the Museum of Imperial Garden. Based on the enchanting natural resource, the garden is in a smart design combined with classic garden with lakes and hills, which looks delicate and majestic. Then we are heading to the old Beijing Hutong alleys. In these alleys, you can experience the real life of local people and make a close contact with them.

Meals: Western buffet breakfast
Day 5 Departure from Beijing
Your private panda tour Beijing China comes to an end, and you are scheduled to take a homebound flight. Our guide will see you off in the airport. Wish you a safe journey. If you are interested in an extended travel in China, please feel free to contact with our travel consultant. We will serve you the best always.

Meals: Western buffet breakfast
DestinationsLuxury HotelsStandard Hotels
BeijingHotel New Otani Chang Fu Gong Pentahotel Beijing
Tour Prices
With Luxury Hotels
2-3 travelers4-5 travelers6-9 travelers
With Standard Hotels
2-3 travelers4-5 travelers6-9 travelers
  • Prices are per person in US Dollars based on double occupancy.
  • Any part of the itinerary e.g. tour length, activities & hotels can be tailored to your individual interests.
Price Includes
  • Hotel accommodation with western buffet breakfasts
  • Private English-speaking guide
  • Private driver & air-conditioned vehicle
  • Entrance fees to tourist sites
  • Chinese Kung Fu Show
Price Excludes
  • International airfares
  • Lunches and dinners
  • Entry visa fees
  • Tips or gratuities for guide and driver
Questions & Answers
Asked by Claire from FRANCE | Jul. 06, 2018 17:09Reply
Hello,our train from Chengdu to Emei leaves at 6:18. Is there a bus we can take?
We planned to go by subway,but it starts later. We live near Wuhu Temple.
Answers (2)
Answered by Alaina from FRANCE | Jul. 09, 2018 00:44

Do you wanna know the transportation from Wuhou Temple to Chengdu East Railway Station? If yes, you are advised to take a taxi directly. There is no direct public bus. Thus taking a taxi is the most convenient way for you. Generally speaking, it costs around CNY30 in that early morning.
Answered by Claire from FRANCE | Jul. 10, 2018 02:59

Thank you for your answer, we took taxi. :)
Asked by Chouanard | Nov. 08, 2017 00:21Reply
We want to hold a panda. How do we schedule this?
Answers (1)
Answered by Wendy | Nov. 08, 2017 00:48

It is said that now only Dujiangyan Panda Base offer opportunities for travelers holding a panda. It takes more than half a day to tour there. If you want to take this, you should inform your tour operator beforehand and make the booking in advance.
Asked by Anna from USA | Apr. 20, 2017 18:42Reply
Transfer international to domestic flight at Beijing Capital Airport?
How to transfer; no checked bag. 2 hours enough time?
1. I arrive on Hawaiian Airlines from Honolulu. Does it arrive at T3-E? It is not on your list of airlines arriving at T3-E.

2. I have a 2-hour layover; then take Air China to Hangzhou. Is 2 hours enough time to go through customs/immigration and many security lines and check in at Air China? OR should I take a later flight?

3. Do I transfer from T3-E to T3-C to take Air China? I have no checked baggage, so do I still go to baggage area?
Answers (2)
Answered by Charlie from DENMARK | Apr. 20, 2017 20:49

1. It will arrive at T3-F currently.
2. Actually, your transfer time is a little bit tight. You need to finish the transfer procedures as soon as possible. Or if possible, you are advised to change the schedule of your next flight.
3. The Air China Check-in Counters for domestic flights are located at West Side of Check-in Area J, Check-in Zone K and East Side of Check-in Area L.
The correct transfer procedures are Inspection & Quarantine, Exit and Entry Frontier Inspection - Baggage Claim - Customs Inspection - Going through Transfer Formalities - Security check - Waiting & Boarding.
Thus, you still need to go through the baggage claim.
Answered by Anna from USA | Apr. 21, 2017 01:23

Thank you for this detailed, excellent information. This is a big help in my planning.
Asked by Tracey from UK | Jun. 05, 2016 15:57Reply
Tickets for Beiijing Zoo & panda house
Please can you tell me how I can but tickets in advance for Beiijibg Zoo & panda house thank you
Answers (3)
Answered by Sharon | Jun. 05, 2016 20:54

Hi, the tickets for the zoo can be reserved in advance online, but they are all Chinese websites. You may find the official website of the zoo to see if you can book the tickets online or you are suggested to purchase the tickets on the spot when you arrive there.
Answered by Jeff from MALAYSIA | Sep. 18, 2016 15:51

how much is the entrance fee to the beijing zoo?
Answered by Abbey | Sep. 18, 2016 19:39

The entrance fee of the zoo is CNY15 per person from Apr to Oct, CNY10 from Nov to next Mar. The combo ticket is CNY20 from Apr to Oct and CNY14 from Nov to next Mar.
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