Hiking on Simatai Great Wall West Walking Tour (no shopping)

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Duration:Language:Lunch:Bus:Persons:
Whole dayEnglishChineseAir-conditioned19+
Hiking on Simatai Great Wall West Walking Tour (no shopping)
Departure: Daily
Duration: Approx 8 hours
Pick-up point and time: Your Hotel between 7:00am – 7:30am
Finishing point and time: Your Hotel around 6:00pm – 6:30pm
Picking up area: within 2nd ring road, if it’s over the limitation, please go to McDonalds restaurant nearby exit C of Dongzhi Men Subway Station.
Language: English
Itinerary:
Pick-up travelers from hotel on departure time between 7:00am and 7:30am, We offer simple breakfast. Arrival at Simatai Great Wall around 10:00am. Hike the east section of Simatai Great Wall. Simatai Great Wall is located about 130km from downtown Beijing. The Simatai Great Wall was first constructed built in the Ming Dynasty. The famous general, Xu Da, of the early Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) supervised and directed the construction of the Great Wall. Later, Qi Jiguang led a number of defense works while guarding the north area in 1567.
The trip hike is about 4km and takes about 3 hours. Each tower has its unique feature and look. There are relatively less crowded here at Simatai Great Wall, it is a nice place to explore the Great Wall in Beijing. after lunch, transferred back to your downtown hotel in Beijing.
Travel Tips:
Wear casually and pay attention to the climate in Beijing.
Special Features:
1. Only english-speaking travelers in the coach;
2. Well-trained english speaking tour guide;
3. Keep proper quantity travelers in suitable type air-conditioned coach;
4. No shopping stops.
Service Package Includes:
1. Hotel pick-up and drop-off;
2. Offering breakfast;
3. Entrance tickets;
4. Typical chinese lunch;
5. English speaking tour guide;
6. Air-conditioned tour coach.
Service Package Excludes:
1. Fee of the cable car;
2. Tips to the guide and driver;
3. Own expense.

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