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Better China and Yangtze Experience with Chinapac International's new 18 Day Up the Yangtze Tour

Better China and Yangtze Experience with Chinapac International's new 18 Day Up the Yangtze Tour

Chinapac International launches a Yangtze and China tour that will take travelers through the best Yangtze River experience.

Vancouver, BC (Vocus/PRWEB) January 22, 2011

Chinapac International, premier specialist in China & the Orient since 1985, does Yangtze unlike any other with their new 18 Day Up the Yangtze tour.

Just the breathtaking vistas of the Yangtze are enough to draw visitors to this majestic river. However, the Yangtze's discreet river towns and their natural facets are often overlooked by its grandiosity and impede visitors from a greater Yangtze River venture. With that in mind, Chinapac International has created a Yangtze and China tourunlike any of their previous programs to treat travelers to the best Yangtze River journey.

"This particular China tour is specifically designed to provide travelers with a better and more in depth Yangtze experience by discovering more of its river towns" said Jenny Soares, Chinapac International president. "There is so much more to this historic river and we want to begin showcasing them in our Yangtze & China tours."

The 18 Day Up the Yangtze will feature tours of China's renowned cities, prestigious sites and ancient landmarks not to mention a prominent 8-night cruise along the Yangtze. Additionally, guests will be treated to many enticing cultural performances and authentic local meals for a taste of several Chinese customs.

This Yangtze and China tour will begin in Shanghai, the legendary seaport and gateway to China, visiting the city's renowned attractions like the Yu Yuan Garden, Jade Buddha Temple as well as some of Shanghai's commercial and shopping districts. Guests will then take a day tour of the ancient town Suzhou and sail down the Grand Canal before hopping on a train back to Shanghai. Embark on the impressive 5-star Victoria Prince Cruise which features private individual cabins with full facilities for a sumptuous 8-night sail up the majestic Yangtze River. This Yangtze cruise is reckoned to provide participants insight of its many river towns and their rusticated beauty while still allowing plenty of leisure time for guests to relax and enjoy the scenery onboard. Exciting shore excursions to Dr. Sun Yat Sen's mausoleum, legendary peaks of Mt. Huangshan, the magnificent Three Gorges, the ghost town of Fengdu plus more are inclusive of this China tour.

The river tour will conclude in China's largest city, Chongqing, where travelers can get acquainted with the adorable pandas at the City Zoo before continuing to Xian for its marvelous and historic Terra Cotta Warriors. Visits to the Giant Wild Goose Pagoda and the ancient City Wall will also be scheduled while in Xian. Following Xian is Beijing, wherein guests will explore the capital city's landmarks such as the Tian An Men Square, Forbidden City and Summer Palace. Finally, tour participants will travel 50 miles northwest of Beijing City to walk along the prominent Great Wall of China at Badaling.

18 Day Up the Yangtze will begin operating as early as spring of 2011 with full air and land packages starting from $4199 with a minimum of 2 people. Land packages start from $3399. For more details about this China tour and departure dates, please visit http://www. chinapac. com or call 1-800-661-8182.

Chinapac International specializes in travel service to China and the Orient and is proud to celebrate 25 successful years in the travel industry as the premier travel package tour operator to the People's Republic of China and South East Asia.