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1-day Ya’an Bifengxia Panda Base Volunteering 04 Jan 2016 - 01 Jan 2020
Spend the day working with China's favorite roly poly bamboo-eating pandas! You'll get to work with the experts at the Bifengxia Panda Base to go into the panda enclosures, make food and feed the bears. In the afternoon you'll observe and make notes about the panda's behavior and you'll receive a certificate acknowledging you as a panda volunteer.
Giant Panda Keeper Volunteer Program 04 Jan 2016 - 01 Jan 2020
Spend the day with pandas! Learn more about China's pandas up close and personal. Spend half a day getting to know the Middle Kingdom's most cuddly denizen at the Dujiangyan Panda Base while working together in the panda enclosures with the panda keepers as a volunteer.
Leshan Giant Buddha Day Trip 04 Jan 2016 - 01 Jan 2020
Experience two of Chinese Buddhism's holiest sites: Dafo (the Giant Buddha) and Lingyun Temple. Dafo, at 71 m (233 ft) in height, is the world's largest stone-carved Buddha. Cut from the cliffs of Lingyun Shan and looming over the meeting of the Min and Dadu rivers and facing distant Emei Shan, the 400-year old world wonder is a sight to behold. Just as amazing are the beautiful mountain views from atop the Buddha's head and the Lingyun Temple Museum documenting the amazing story of the building of Dafo by the determined Tang Dynasty monk Haitong.
2-Day Leshan Buddha & Emei Shan Tour 04 Jan 2016 - 01 Jan 2020
Journey to the heart of Chinese Buddhism with visits to Dafo (the Giant Buddha) and Emei Shan (Mt. Emei). Dafo, at 71 m (233 ft) in height, is the world's largest stone-carved Buddha. Cut from the cliffs of Lingyun Shan and looming over the meeting of the Min and Dadu rivers and facing distant Emei Shan, the 400-year old world wonder is a sight to behold. Emei Shan itself is one of China's holiest mountains, and its mist-shrouded peaks, forested slopes, Buddhist temples, well-worn paths and winding stone stairs have drawn countless pilgrims over the centuries.
3-Day Hiking Jiuzhaigou & Huanglong Tour 04 Jan 2016 - 01 Jan 2020
A fairytale kingdom of multicolored pools, rushing waterfalls and dramatic landscapes awaits in Jiuzhaigou the crown jewel of Sichuan. Hike through forests, waterfalls and crystal clear blue pools on this three day tour that takes in the stunning natural beauty and geographic wonders of Shuzheng and Zechawa Valleys and Huanglong Park.
6-Day Songpan-Mt. Xuebaoding Horse Trekking & Jiuzhaigou 04 Jan 2016 - 01 Jan 2020
Horse trekking and wonderful Jiuzhaigou! From outback to fairyland, this tour will take you deep into the stunning landscapes and Tibetan culture of northern Sichuan. Saddle up and explore the wild Songpan countryside on horseback, heading all the way to the glacier of Mt. Xuebaoding with your trusty steed. Then move on to the myriad colors of Jiuzhaigou where you'll discover the waterfalls, forests and lakes of Jiuzhaigou Valley and Huanglong National Park.
Songpan Ancient Town & Muni Valley Park Day Tour 04 Jan 2016 - 04 Jan 2020
Ancient tea town & picturesque landscapes Rugged, natural beauty and vibrant local culture combine in this one-day tour of historic Songpan and the inspiring scenery of Muni Valley in Sichuan. Once a trade hub on the Ancient Tea Horse Road, today Songpan is a charming town known for its unique local Kangba culture that mixes Tibetan, Hui, Qiang and Han Chinese influences. Swap town for country in the afternoon at Muni Valley Park, where a riot of colorful pools, rushing waterfalls and forest scenery awaits.
5-Day Jiuzhaigou & Huanglong Land Cruise 04 Jan 2016 - 01 Jan 2020
Jiuzhaigou is spectacular all year round but come summer time, its mountainous slopes are dotted with a rainbow of colorful flowers. These delicate blooms are the perfect compliment to the fairytale sights of Jiuzhaigou Valley and Huanglong where crystal pools of turquoise and blue, rushing waterfalls and out-of-this world limestone formations await. On the way there and back, witness more of Sichuan's stunning scenery as you pass through Aba Prefecture and its traditional Tibetan and Qiang minority villages