VIP Private Day Tour to Huanghuacheng Great Wall

VIP Private Day Tour to Huanghuacheng Great Wall
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$75
Duration: 8 hours
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Description

This is a late start tour at 11:00 in the morning for VIP customers. We are aiming at giving you the unhurried enjoyment during the trip to visit the only one water side Great Wall in Beijing-the non-touristic Huanghuacheng Great Wall. You will hike and relax under the company of your friendly guide. The construction of the waterside great wall commenced in1404, two years before the Ming dynasty moved its capital to Beijing, and continued for 188 years.

11:00am,your friendly guide will pick you up from the city hotel,
then you will be sitting in your comfortable SUV and be transferred to the countryside with your guide's explanation of the chinese history about the Great Wall if you feel like interested into chinese history.
you will arrive at the water side great wall at around lunch time, you could choose either have a local healthy lunch in the local farmer's simple clean courtyard or a later lunch after the hike on the wall. then you will start your Great Wall adventure immediately, a 7km long hiking would be directly on the wall, no cable cars for assistance.of course rest for a cold beer would be an additional bonus on the wild walls when you are tired.If lucky enough, you will be able to watch the sunset directly on the Great Wall.Landscape with walls, sunset and water could be spectacular on a good sunny day for the this trip.
Finally, Taking a sweet break in your private air-conditioned vehicle,you will be transferred back to the hotel in the city.

This is a late start tour at 11:00 in the morning for VIP customers. We are aiming at giving you the unhurried enjoyment during the trip to visit the only one water side Great Wall in Beijing-the non-touristic Huanghuacheng Great Wall. You will hike and relax under the company of your friendly guide. The construction of the waterside great wall commenced in1404, two years before the Ming dynasty moved its capital to Beijing, and continued for 188 years.