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Explore the Hui Villages

From RMB 4990
Travel days:  4 days
 /  3 nights
Min 2 pax

  • All transfers mentioned in the program are in air-conditioned vehicles
  • First entrance fee for all sights mentioned in the program.
  • Accommodation in specified hotel with breakfast.
  • English speaking local guide for all mentioned sightseeing. Other languages are available on request.
  • 24 hours TUI China telephone hotline (German and English speaking): +86 13910187388
  • Aire fare
  • Tips.
  • Personal expenses.
  • All expenses not mentioned above.
  • Tunxi  Huangshan International Hotel 3.5 * Standard Room or similar category
  • Hongcun Jingshang Cloud Lexux Hotel botique Standard Room
  • Chengkan Tangmo Village botique Deluxe Room
  • Difficulty Level :*
  • Best time to visit: all year round, views are different in four seasons
  • Hike on the most gorgeous Yellow Mountain namely Mt. Huangshan
  • Take in a slice of Hui architecture while village hoping in the heartland of Hui culture
  • Take to two wheels for a village bike tour
  • Visit Yin Yu Tang, a classic mansion typical of Hui style
  • Cook Hui dishes with local family and collect your own ingredients
  • Enjoy a chance to interact with local people

Travel content

Yellow Mountain towers thousands of feet high, with its thirty-two magnificent peaks blooming like golden lotus flowers amidst red crags and rock columns. So begins one of the most famous poetic descriptions ever recorded of the celebrated mist clad cliffs of Mt Huang, the Yellow Mountains of Li Bai's poem. Fanciful though the description sounds to the casual reader, visitors to the mountain are time and again left breathless, not by the climb, but by the stunning scenery that awaits them. While local Hui culture might not be as old as the hills of Mt Huang, it is one of China's three oldest and most traditional cultures exemplified by a beautifully distinctive architectural style created out of the renowned wealth of the traders from the region. Indeed, the temples, ancestral halls and gardens left to posterity mirror the grandeur of their natural surroundings.

Travel Itinerary

  • Day 1:
    Arrive in Tunxi (D)
    • Fly to Tunxi from Beijing or Shanghai
    • Arrive in late afternoon or evening
    • Transfer to hotel
    • Overnight in Tunxi
  • Day 2:
    Tunxi – Mt. Huangshan – Hongcun (B L D)
    • Drive to Mt. Huangshan (87km 1.5 – 2 hours), named "Yellow Mountain", one of the most famous mountains in China,
    • Go up to Mt. Huangshan and down by cable car
    • Transfer to Hongcun, a UNESCO World Heritage Village
    • Overnight in Hongcun
  • Day 3:
    Hongcun – Chengkan (B L D)
    • Drive to Mukeng with its bamboo forest
    • Begin a cycling tour which will take you to Nanping and Guanlu, the best way to discover the countryside and the villages.
    • Drive to Xidi (30km), a UNESCO World Heritage Site housing typical South Anhui architecture
    • Drive to Chengkan village, famous for its residential architecture of Ming and Qing dynasties style, among which is the Baolun Ancestral Hall
    • Overnight in Chengkan
  • Day 4:
    Chengkan – Huangcun – Tunxi (B L D)
    • Continue on foot away from the crowds of tourists
    • Through delicate countryside landscapes to Lingshan (4km), Shuyuan (2km) and Tangmo (2km).
    • Drive to Huangcun (36km, 1 hour), the home of Yin Yu Tang
    • Return to Tunxi, take a evening flight back to Beijing or Shanghai
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