Peking Man Site, Stone Flower Cave and Marco Polo Bridge All Inclusive Tour

Peking Man Site, Stone Flower Cave and Marco Polo Bridge All Inclusive Tour
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$105
Duration: 8 hours
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Learn about human ancestors at the Peking Man Site, explore the illuminated chambers of the Stone Flower Cave, and visit  Marco Polo Bridge (Lugou Bridge) , Learn more history about Yuan dynasty and The Second World War in China. 
Private guide , vehicle, lunch, entrance tickets, and hotel pick-up and drop-off included

Your guide meet you in your hotel lobby at assigned time. Heading  to the Zhoukoudian Peking Man Site, it will take about 1.5 hours riding. The first complete Peking Man skull was discovered in 1929, and the fossils are thought to date back as far as 700,000 years. 

Next,  heading to  the Stone Flower Cave, one of the largest caves in China The extensive cave system was first discovered by a Buddhist monk in 1446 .Explore the caves with your guide by following along a boardwalk that winds through the chambers, which feature colorful lighting that shows the superb collection of stalactites, stalagmites, and other rock formations.

You would have lunch in a local restaurant nearby  Lugou Bridge (Lugouqiao) or Marco Polo Bridge, built more than 800 years ago in the Jin dynasty The Marco Polo Bridge is well-known because it was highly praised by the Venetian traveler Marco Polo during his visit to China in the 13th century, and for the 20th century Marco Polo Bridge Incident, which marked the beginning of the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937–1945).

Afterwards, you would be back to hotel.

Learn about human ancestors at the Peking Man Site, explore the illuminated chambers of the Stone Flower Cave, and visit  Marco Polo Bridge (Lugou Bridge) , Learn more history about Yuan dynasty and The Second World War in China. 
Private guide , vehicle, lunch, entrance tickets, and hotel pick-up and drop-off included