In their 20 centuriesof development, Buddhism and Taoism have exerted great influence on China's politics, economy, social life, literature and arts, music and dance, painting, architecture and philosophy. The most intact temples and mosques are located on famous mountains throughout the country. Combined with beautiful natural surroundings, these places of worship are attractive places for travelers nowadays.
Sample itineraryBuddhism Tour
$2,600 per person from US west Coast; September and October departures add $200 pp;
$1,600 without airfare;
$400 for single room supplement;
* Guaranteed Departure with minimum 2 people;
** Choose your own departure date;
*** You can choose your itinerary.
Day 1 US/Beijing
Fly from US West Coast to Beijing.
Day 2 US/Beijing
Arrive Beijing and transfer to your hotel.
Day 3 Beijing
Visit Tiananmen Square, Forbidden City and Great Wall.
Day 4 Beijing
Visit the Buddhist temples: Temple of the Sleeping Buddha, Yonghe Lamasery, Temple of Poor and Three-Bristle Cudrania, White Cloud Temple.
Day 5 Beijing/Mt. Wutai
Train to Mt. Wutai, one of China¡¯s most noted Buddhist mountain. Transfer to your hotel.
Day 6 Mt. Wutai
Tour in Mt. Wutai.
Day 7 Mt. Wutai/Chengdu
Flight to Chengdu and transfer to your hotel.
Day 8-9 Mt. Emei
Tour in Emei.
Day 10 Chengdu/Hangzhou
Fly to Hangzhou and transfer to your hotel.
Day 11-12 Mt. Putuo
Tour in Putuo.
Day 13 Hangzhou/Mt. Jiuhua
Going to Mt. Jiuhua by bus and check into your hotel.
Day 14-15 Mt. Jiuhua
Tour in Mt. Jiuhua.
Day 16 Mt. Jiuhua/Shanghai
Fly to Shanghai for overnight.
Day 17 Shanghai/USA
Transfer to the airport and fly back to the US.
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