Sichuan and the Yangtze Cruise

The Yangtze River is the world’s third longest river and the symbolic lifeline of China.

Two of the Three Gorges are in the Sichuan Province. From the natural wonders of Jiuzhaigou nestled in the western mountain region; the greatest Buddhist sites in Leshan, Emei and Dazu; to wildlife sanctuaries of the lovely icon of China - the Pandas; its unique folk customs and spicy food - this region has plenty to offer. 

Best Season

Mar – May & Oct - Nov

Spring has occasional light and while autumn has mild temperatures and dry conditions.

Chengdu - Face to Face with Panda
From RMB 7,890/Adult
From RMB 7,890/Adult

Spend an afternoon with the Pandas at the Yaan Bifengxia Panda Base working as a volunteer and care for the Pandas. Take a boat ride up the river to Leshan Buddha, the largest Buddha statue in the world.

ALL TIME FAVOURITE
Rural Charms Of Sichuan – Pandas, Hidden Ancient Towns, Mt. Ermei, Jiayang Steam Train
From RMB 10,400/Adult
From RMB 10,400/Adult

Go off the beaten track into unspoiled hidden ancient towns in Sichuan.  Reach the top of the Mt. Ermei, one of the Four Sacred Buddhist Mountains in China.  Take the world’s only functioning steam-train running for almost half a century in Qianwei.  And see the icon of China – the Pandas!

Yangtze – Art Of Cruising With Spa Retreat
From RMB 14,320/Adult
From RMB 14,320/Adult

The Yangtze River is the longest in China and third longest in the world. To the Chinese it means far more than that - it is the mother river of the nation. Cruise through the heart of China and discover the history and local life as you enjoy the scenery of the Three Gorges.

Sichuan Away from the Crowds - Insiders’ Chengdu with Six Senses Mt QingCheng Resort
From RMB 15,800/Adult
5 days
From RMB 15,800/Adult

Chengdu is well-known for its leisurely lifestyle, lovely pandas, beautiful old town and various heritage sites. Escape the crowds and enjoy abreak in luxury at the Six Senses Resort by Mt. Qingchen. Visit the famous UNESCO heritage of Dujiangyan Irrigation System, the Taoist Pilgrim site in Mt. Qingcheng, and the biggest Buddha statue on the world at Mt. Leshan and meet pandas in their natural environment.

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