Friday, June 11, 2010

2010 Guilin Bus Tours with Great Wall Adventure Club!

There is the popular saying “Guilin shanshui jia tian xia”, which means Guilin’s mountain and water scenery is the best under heaven. Two crystal-clear rivers flow through the city, encircled by mountains with unusual and bizarre rock formations and caves. Some of China’s ethnic minorities inhabit the mountainous regions, including the Zhuang (China’s largest minority), Yao, Miao and Dong peoples. Like our bus tours in other cities, our Guilin bus and coach tours are designed with your time and budgetary concerns in mind. With our bus and coach tours you will get the best out of Guilin all at a fraction of the hassle and cost it would normally take.

Famous writers and poets down through the centuries have eulogized Guilin’s scenery, and now you can too with Great Wall Adventure Club’s Guilin bus and coach tours. On our Guilin bus and coach tours we’ll show you why the area of Guilin is renowned around the world. You’ll see all the natural wonders, like the Reed Flute Cave, Seven Star Park, as well as some aspects of the city’s diverse cultural background with visits to authentic ethnic minority villages. Two supreme highlights that are included in our Guilin bus and coach tours is a visit to the Longsheng Rice Terrace, which is perhaps the most beautiful and impressive out of all of China’s rice terraces, and a cruise down the Li River, China’s most beautiful and scenic river.
Group size is kept to be within 10 passengers in a comfortable luxury coach bus. The most popular Toyota Coaster mini-bus (capacity of 10) is the model we usually use for safe driving. Every morning, our tour guide will pick you up from your hotel and will bring you back in late afternoon. You'll receive a call from your guide the night before the tour date for confirmation of pickup time.

Great Wall Adventure Club only uses quality air-conditioned tour vehicles such as the Toyota Coaster.

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