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China package includes

Camp package includes:

  • Airport pick up / drop off

  • Accommodation

  • Dance Classes

  • Tour Guides and Staff members fluent in both English and Mandarin.

  • Transport between cities and towns

  • Daily breakfast

  • Excursions trips and tickets to:


  • In Beijing:
    Great Wall of China,
    Forbidden City,
    Summer Palace.

  • In Xi’an:
    Terracotta Warriors

  • In Chengdu:
    Panda Reserve.

  • In Zhangjiajie:
    Zhangjiajie National Forest Park.

  • In Pheonix Ancient Town:
    Boat ride through Pheonix ancient town

  • In LongSheng:
    Longji Rice Terraces.

  • In Guilin:
    Elephant Trunk Hill,
    Li River Cruise.

  • In Yangshuo:
    Xingping ancient town visit,
    Impression Liu Sanjie light show,
    Bike day exploring Yangshuo.

Excursion optional extras:

  • Chengdu: Panda reserve volunteer day.
    Private full volunteer tour, where you spend half a day learning about the pandas, freely explore the centre, spend time feeding and washing them, help staff with cleaning the indoor and outdoor enclosures, record their behaviour and weight and if you are lucky you will also get to hold one.  These duties allow you to have some very intimate time with the pandas, which for many will be a once in a lifetime opportunity.

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Great Wall of China

The Great Wall of China is a barrier fortification in northern China running west-to-east 13,171 miles (21,196 km) and was built from the 3rd century BC to the 17th century AD. It's a sight to behold.

Forbidden City

The Forbidden City, situated in the very heart of Beijing, was home to 24 emperors of the Ming (1368–1644) and Qing (1644–1911) Dynasties. Entry was forbidden to ordinary people, hence it's name.

Summer Palace

Once the playground of emperors it is said to be the best preserved imperial garden in the world, and the largest of its kind still in existence in China. It covers 70k sq/m and holds over 3000 houses.

Terracotta Warriors

The terracotta army, part of First Emperor Qin's mausoleum, was created to safeguard and serve him in his afterlife.  The work began in 246 BCE and involved over a staggering 700,000 workers.

Panda Reserve

The Giant Panda Breeding Research Base specializes in baby pandas and their care. It's one of the most popular destinations for foreign travelers. And it's a must-go place when you go to Chengdu.

Zhangjiajie National Forest Park

In 1982 it was recognized as China's first national forest park with an area of 11,900 acres. Photographs here inspired the floating Hallelujah Mountains in the movie Avatar.

Phoenix boat ride

Relax with a boat ride down the lake through Phoenix Ancient Town.  The views from the boat allow for a mouth watering spectacle of ancient buildings, mountains, and water.

Longji Rice Terraces

Longji's terraced fields offer some of the most fantastic scenery in China. The sight of when the sun reflects onto the rice paddies is truly mesmerising.

Elephant Trunk Hill

The symbol of the city of Guilin. It got its name because it looks like an elephant drinking water. The night show really depicts the beauty of this wonderful place. 

Li River cruise

The Li River cruise is the perfect way to enjoy the magnificence of Guilin. Along the river you can see stunning karst hills, bamboo groves, and villages.  Our only worry is that you may not want to leave.

Xingping Ancient Town

Xingping Ancient Town is celebrated for its natural scenery and ancient cultural heritage in China, and it boasts of being the most beautiful ancient town along the Li River.

Impression Liu Sanje Light Show

This is the world largest natural theatre which utilizes the waters of the Li River as its stage. It uses all the elements of surrounding hills, water, reflections as its backdrop.


Even though we will stay at many different accommodations during the camp from hotels to hostels, we ensure that all are to a great standard. Here is what you can expect from the standard of accommodations that we will stay at.  Not only will the accommodations be for sleeping but they will also be great places to relax after long exciting days, and there will be lots of hang out areas for everyone to spend time together to catch up with the day and talk about the exciting journeys and classes they have had.

Hostel lobby

The lobbies of the accommodation will generally all have seating areas, computers for internet use, and dining areas.  Laundry facilities are also available.

Hostel chill out area

Nearly all places we stay at will have chill out areas where people can relax and even meet other travellers from around the world that are not part of our camp.

Hostel bathroom

Bathrooms within our accommodations will always be of a nice and clean standard as you can see from this hostel bathroom with shower. 

Hotel room

The hotel rooms come as a standard.  All rooms will be for 2 people, come with it's own bathrooms, TV, air conditioning and some even have nice balconies to enjoy the view

Hostel room

Hostel rooms are shared rooms, with each person having their own beds, but the bathrooms facilities will be shared.  All beds come with adaptors for charging phones etc.

Hostel outdoor social space

It will be summer time and an outdoor balcony space is always perfect for enjoying the weather when you are relaxing after those exhilarating dance classes.

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