Lychee Travel Logo
     
  Guilin Highlights Tour, including Reef Flute Cave, Elephant Trunk Hill and Picturesque Li River Cruise  
     
 
  Beijing Tours | Guilin Tours | Xian Tours | Shanghai Tours | Tibet Tours | Yunnan Tours | Huangshan Tours
 

Get a quick answer

 
  Lychee Travel Consultants can help customize itineraries to provide a professional tour proposal that will fit your individual needs.  
Name
Email
Repeat
Email
Request
Type the characters you see in
the picture below.
Bookmark and Share
 
you are here: Home - Destinations - Guilin Tours- Guilin Highlights Tour

Guilin Highlights Tour

 
Tour Code: KWLP001   Guilin Highlights Tour
Trip Duration: 3 Days & 2 Nights  
Departure Day: daily    
Visiting: Reed Flute Cave, Elephant Trunk Hill, Li River Cruise  
Summary: "Guilin's scenery is best among all under heaven"- - popular Chinese saying. We invite you to come and experience the unsurpassed beauty of Guilin...

 
Price: from RMB1,248/person (US$198/person)    
send me the quotation   customize it for me  

Itinerary

Day 1 Arrive at Guilin (-/-/-)

Transfer via: International/Internal Flight arranged by you

Elephant Trunk HillWelcome to Guilin, one of China's top attractive destinations, has long been renowned for its unique scenery. We meet you at Liangjian international airport and transfer you to your hotel. Free at leisure or arrange your time on your own. It is a good choice to see the night scenery in Gulin.

Day 2 Guilin / Yangshuo / Guilin (B/L/-)

Transfer via: Van and boat arranged by us

Today's highlight is cruising down the Li River, which stretches 83 kilometers from Guilin to Yangshuo. The cruise will give you a chance to savor the lovely view of the area's extraordinary limestone peaks. The cruise ends in Yangshuo. Visit local markets. Yangshuo is a charming small town with its main street lined with small hotels, countless souvenir shops and restaurants. Then, drive back to Guilin.

Day 3 Guilin / Departure (B/L/-)

After breakfast, pay a visit the Elephant Trunk Hill. Located on the west bank of the Li River by a small branch called Peach blossom River, the hill resembles a huge elephant standing on the bank of the river, sucking up water with its long trunk. The trunk is particularly striking and lifelike when viewed either nearby or afar. A circular foot cave called Shui Yue Dong (Moon-In-the Water Cave) separates the trunk and the body. A 3-story Ming Dynasty (1368-1644 A.D) brick pagoda rises from the top of hill. Then visit Fubo Hill. from the summit of the hill you can have a birdview of Guilin city.

Reed Flute Cave of GuilinAfterwards visit the Reed Flute Cave. Aside ten minutes drive (half hour bike ride) from downtown, the cave is one of the largest known examples of what each tropical karst cone conceals within it. The script writers and set designers for Star Trek would have a field day in this cavernous underground stalactite/stalagmite maze-style theater. The dropping water is rich and the dripstones are not only in various types but also in big size, displaying a wonderful cave world. This cave was called "The Art Gallery of Mother Nature". Colored fluorescent lights which cast shadows and illuminate shapes of imaginary animals, fruits and vegetables complete the unworldly effect.

You will be escorted to the airport for your flight to your next destination in the afternoon.

Accommodation

City 3 Star Hotel 4 Star Hotel 5 Star Hotel
Guilin Hotel Grand 0773 Guilin Bravo Hotel Sheraton Guilin Hotel
send me the quotation   customize it for me  

 

Confused by all possible travel choices?
No time to shop around online for different vacation options?

Just click here and tell us as much as you have in mind and let us take care of the details. We are experienced in giving professional tour proposals according to your ideas.

 
 
 
Beijing Travel | Yangtze Cruises | Tibet Travel | Shanghai Tours | Terra-cotta Warriors Trip | China Travel News
Yunnan Photography Tour | Travel to Yellow Mountain | Great Wall Hiking Tours
Contact Us | Job | Why Us | Terms & Conditions | F. A. Q | Feedback | Useful Links | Sitemap
Lychee Travel 2008 - 2012