Tour Highlights    Relish your freedom and choose amazing optional experiences  Mix with local people  Perform Tai Chi in Yangshuo  Ascend Jade Dragon Snow Mountain by cable car
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CHINA: THE GREATEST ADVENTURE TOUR

Duration : 28 DAYSPrice : FROM $7620Country : CHINA
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The Great Wall
Three Gorges Dam

CHINA: THE GREATEST ADVENTURE TOUR will provide you with a rich and diverse look at China. Experience the innumerable surprises that China affords you, as you’re taken to some of the most breathtaking natural treasures. You will be transfixed by the rare geological vestige at Stone Forest, the most momentous archaeological excavations of the 20th century at Terracotta Warriors and Horses, Stunning Karst peaks at Yangshuo and one of the deepest gorges in the world at Tiger Leaping Gorge, just to name a few! You will discover incredible points of interest that make China such an invigorating, lively, miraculous and fascinating destination. From the immense history of this remarkable country, to its cities, ancient towns, culture, majestic natural treasures, wildlife, temples, artefacts and people, China is a destination unlike any other.

Included in the price

• International return flights (Economy class ex-Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane)
• Departure taxes and airlines fuel surcharges (approx. $380). 
• Chinese Visa fee and services fee (AUS and NZ passport holders only) $120.
• China domestic flights and taxes.
• 5-star hotel accommodation with daily breakfast.
• Meals as indicated in the itinerary. 
• Entrance fees for all sightseeing as scheduled.
• English-speaking local guides and air-conditioned vehicles. 
• Australian national guide for group tours of 16 or more

Day 1: Fly to Beijing

Fly to Beijing, China’s capital city and the most popular tourist destination in China every year.

Day 2: Forbidden City & Hutongs

Visit Tiananmen Square and explore the glorious Forbidden City. The Forbidden City is recognised as one of the most important 5 palaces in the world. It is arranged in two parts, the outer court and the inner palaces. The outer court comprises 3 main buildings; the Hall of Supreme Harmony (Taihedian), The Hall of Central Harmony (Zhonghedian) and the Hall of Preserving Harmony (Baohedian). These momentous halls were where emperors frequented the grand ceremonies and conducted state affairs. The inner palaces comprise the three main structures at the rear of the Forbidden City, namely the Palace of Heavenly Peace (Qianqinggong), the Palace of Union and Peace (Jiaotaidian) and the Palace of Terrestrial Tranquility (Kunninggong). Strolling further north you will find the Imperial Garden that offers a lush and colourful atmosphere. Next, visit Yandaixiejie and explore Beijing’s old hutongs originating from the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368) and are beloved for their rich historical and cultural past. Hutongs run from east-west and north-south because these axes apply to the feng shui rules that are famous in China. Here you will wander the hutongs on foot, which allows you to experience the hutong atmosphere like no other form of transport. Later you will have free time to explore at your leisure. You might like to hire a rickshaw, ride through the warren-like hutongs and stop at some of the famous courtyards, to gain a different perspective. They are a treasure of culture and architecture, a place where a visit transports you to ancient Beijing. Behind every Hutongs lies a story to be discovered, so uncover your unique story today. (B,L)

Day 3: Huanghuacheng Great Wall

Many people know about the Badaling section of the Great Wall. It’s the section where most tourists gather. The wild parts of the Great Wall, like Jinshanling, Jiankou, and Simatai are less visited and original. These are part of the real Great Wall, where you can avoid huge crowds of people and enjoy the true and peaceful essence of the Great Wall. The Huang huacheng affords not only fabulous mountain views but also a quiet lake and reservoir. Along the route you will pass six fortified passes, 12 beacon tower, and 32 guard towers. The suggested time for a hike along this section is 2 hours and has an intermediate level of difficulty. Visit a jade factory to learn about this precious and soulful stone that is adored by Chinese people. Experts believe that despite diamonds and gold being more expensive, they cannot be compared to jade, as jade is animated with a soul. A jade factory will provide you with a comprehensive understanding and appreciation for the delicate process of carving the stone. You will also have the opportunity to purchase a piece if you so desire. When buying jade the following are important considerations, the brightness of colour and luster, compactness of inner structure, and the delicacy of the craftwork. Spend the evening in the Wangfujing neighborhood exploring Dong Hua Men Night Market at your leisure. Alternatively, take an optional (at your own expense) Peking Duck dinner and experience one of Beijing’s most popular delicacies. (B,L)

Day 4: Summer Palace

Enjoy the picturesque landscapes of the Summer Palace, including the Long Walk and the Marble Boat while relaxing in traditional Chinese gardens and exquisite architecture. Spend some time walking around Kunming Lake (Dianchi Lake), where there is no lack of superbly designed attractions creating limitless surprises around the lake. This delightful lake changes with the time and lights in a single day. Walk up Longevity Hill. Interestingly, at the time of the Yuan Dynasty (1277-1368), Longevity Hill was called Weng Shan (Urn Mountain) because of its urn-like appearance. (B,L)

Day 5: Overnight train to Xian

Visit the Temple of Heaven, a chief symbol of Beijing that is famous for its large-scale and incredible architecture. The Temple is a complex of Taoist buildings considered the largest ancient sacred place of worship in China. Mingle with the local people as they begin their days with Tai Chi, dancing and cards in a bustle of sociable activity. Take the overnight train to Xian (pronounced shee-ahn) called Chang’an, (meaning the eternal city) which was the capital city of ancient dynasties for more than 1,100 years. The city boasts an incredible 3,000 years of historical heritage and travellers are awestruck by the multitude of historical sites and cultural relics in the city. (B,L)

Day 6: Terracotta Warriors

Marvel at The Terracotta Army, also known as Terracotta Warriors and Horses, the most momentous archaeological excavations of the 20th century. The Terracotta Army of China’s first Emperor, Qin Shi Huang has fascinated visitors ever since their discovery in 1974. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity and is treasured by every visitor to China. Spend the morning marvelling at the life-size terracotta figures of warriors and horses that are organised in battle formations. Visit the workshop and watch the incredible production process, where you will see the craftspeople recreating the terracotta figures in the same style as the ancient ones. Visit the Xian Art Ceramics and Lacquer Exhibition where you will even be able to purchase a souvenir warrior to take home with you. Take a walking tour of the Muslim Quarter, the heart of the Muslim community in Xian city. A feature of this area is the distinctive Muslim food, Islamic food stalls and souvenir market. The evening is at leisure. For an entertaining evening go to a Tang Dynasty dance performance (at your own expense). The Tang Dynasty (618 - 907) was regarded as the most prosperous and magnificent of all the dynasties. Tang was receptive to external influences and welcomed the best of various art forms of previous dynasties, as well as those originating from ethnic groups in China’s northwest and those from central and western Asia. Today’s Tang Dynasty dancing combines a wide variety of musical instruments, dance, singing and poetry. (B,L)

Day 7: Cycling in Xian

An exciting morning in Xian begins with a relaxing bike ride around the meticulously preserved 14th century city walls that wrap around Xian’s old town. This 14km bike ride will take you approximately 1.5 hours. In the afternoon, visit to the Small Wild Goose Pagoda, which is a world heritage site. This Buddhist pagoda is from the Tang Dynasty (618-907) and bears witness to how Buddhism was introduced to China. (B,L)

Day 8: Beautiful Guilin

Fly to the picturesque city of Guilin that is considered to be the pearl of China’s robust tourist industry, due to the natural beauty and historic treasures. The spectacular landscape boasts a special kind of magic that is all its own. This afternoon can be spent at your leisure. You may like to wander around Zhengyang Pedestrian Street, regarded as one of the most renowned commercial and leisurely streets in Guilin. Here you will find a variety of shops for local snacks, drinks, cuisines, fashions and entertainment. It is a must for those interested in traditional and modern Chinese and Guilin local offerings. (B)

Day 9: Guilin at leisure

Take an optional four hour hike through the spectacular rice terraces of Longji (at your own expense). Located approximately 27 kilometers southeast of Longsheng County, a vast region of rice terraces stretches layer upon layer, coiling around from the base of Longji (the dragon's backbone) Mountain to its summit. The Dragon's Backbone Rice Terraces are the most incredible in all of China. There are many vantage points boasting picture-perfect, postcard views of the vast rice terraces that cover the hillside in intricate patterns. Alternatively, spend the day further exploring the fascinating Guilin. (B)

Day 10: Yangshuo countryside

Take a tranquil cruise along the Li River to the delightful village of Yangshuo. The Li River cruise from Guilin to Yangshuo is the centrepiece of any trip to the north-eastern Guangxi Province. It is 83 kilometers long and is estimated to take four to five hours. Stunning Karst peaks provide you with welcomed surprises at each bend of the luminous river under the blue sky. Water buffalo guard the fields, peasants secure rice paddies while school children and local fisherman float by on bamboo rafts. With breathtaking scenery along the river, this has become one of China's top tourist destinations. Ray Beiersdorfer, a geologist at Youngstown State University in Ohio, offered the following description of the landscape surrounding Yangshuo. “Guilin’s most renowned feature is its dramatic karst terrain. Rising sharply at odd angles, limestone peaks look like giant teeth growing out of the green plain”. Beiersdorfer’s description is poetic, beautiful and accurate. Yangshuo’s iconic geography has attracted countless tourists and has been featured in many documentaries and films. It continues to pique the imagination of people from all parts of the world and is something not to be missed. There’s an option to hike to the top of Moon Hill for views of the magnificent countryside (at your own expense). (B,L)

Day 11: Yangshuo Tai Chi

Begin the day with a calming and revitalising session of Tai Chi. You will have the great privilege of learning this ancient martial art from a master of Tai Chi! This afternoon there is an option to go bamboo rafting on the Yulong River (at your own expense), which passes through Yangshuo's 5 towns of Jinbao, Putao, Baisha, Yangshuo, Gaotian. Float past lush green riverbanks and under ancient bridges as you paddle on the glass-like water. Yangshuo is regarded as one of the most striking in China and the local scenery is the essence of Guilin. (B)

Day 12: Kunming at leisure

Transfer to the scenic city of Guilin discover the vibrant stalagmites and stalactites of Reed Flute Cave. This dazzling cave received its name because of the lush reeds growing on the outside that people make flutes from. Inside this water-eroded cave is a spectacular world of various stalactites, stone pillars and rock formations created by carbonate deposition. Illuminated by coloured lighting, the incredible spectacle is found in many variations along this 240 metre long cave. Guilin's local products and handicrafts include China Sea pearls, so visit The South China Pearl Museum that uncovers the fascinating 1,700 year history of pearling in the South China Sea. You might even be able to watch a fashion show that advertises all their different pearls. There are also gorgeous pieces available to buy. Fly to Kunming. Blessed with karst landscapes, snow-capped mountains and red lands, it would be wise to get your cameras ready, as Kunming is regarded as a heaven for photographers. (B)

Day 13: Stone Forest

Discover the fascinating formations of the charming Stone Forest. Being crowned as "the essence of karst landforms in the world" and "one of the eight natural wonders on earth", the Stone Forest evolved 270 million years ago. It is widely distributed over 1100 square kilometers with numerous stone peaks, stone stele and stalagmites. In particular, the Stone Forest displays a rare geological vestige that covers various kinds of karst landscapes worldwide. Taking photos of this natural wonder at sunset is truly spectacular. Back in Kunming, saunter through Green Lake Park, one of the most beautiful parks in Kunming city. The park has five main sections, Mid-lake Islet (Hu Xin Dao), Goldfish Islet (Jin Yu Dao) in the southeast, Bamboo Forest Islet (Zhu Lin Dao) in the northwest, Palm Garden (Zong Lv Dao) in the southwest and the Mid-sea Pavilion (Hai Xin Ting). Enjoy your evening at leisure. You might like to feast on a local favourite called Crossing the bridge noodles; a rice noodle soup that is one of the most well-known dishes in Yunnan province. (B,L)

Day 14: Dali’s Ancient Town

Drive to Dali, which is located northwest of the Yunnan Province, 300 kilometers northwest of Kunming. The area is surrounded by mountains on the east, west, and south, and has the Erhai Lake in its centre. Here you will find 25 ethnic minorities that have created a unique cultural heritage amongst picturesque surroundings. Visit the Three Pagodas, a symbol of the history of Dali City, and a testament to the development of Buddhism in the area. Wander along Foreigners’ Street and explore the many dining options available, as there are many Chinese and western food shops. You will also find jewellery stores, antique shops, galleries and tie-dyeing shops. (B,L)

Day 15: Dali at leisure

Take an optional visit to Mount Weibao or Weibao Shan, (‘shan’ means ‘mountain’ in Chinese) which stands about 10 kilometers southeast of Weishan County. Weibao shan, is one of China’s fourteen sacred Taoist mountains. Weibao Shan is also a national forest park peppered with 22 well-preserved Taoist temples that date back to the Ming and Qing dynasties. It is the ideal place to hike, admire ancient Chinese architecture and learn more about Taoism and its myriad of divine beings. Walk up the forested hillside to see many of the intricately decorated temples, stopping at Qinxia Temple where you will be met by a Taoist priest for a spiritually inspiring meditation session. (at your own expense). Alternatively, enjoy the day relaxing in Dali. (B)

Day 16: Shaxi Ancient Town

Drive to Shaxi Ancient Town that is burrowed deep in the Himalayan foothills. Shaxi Ancient Town is situated in the south-west of Jianchuan County in Yunnan Province. It is 139 kilometers away from Dali and 107 kilometers away from Lijiang. It is an important trading hub on the Yunnan-Tibet Tea Horse Road, which was included in the protection list of 101 endangered sites by the World Monuments Fund (WMF). Shaxi is an ancient town incorporating business and Buddhist culture. The ancient stage, temples, shops, alleyways, houses, village gates, trees, wells, and bridges have all been preserved. Learn about the interesting minority people that live in the area and enjoy a local lunch. In the afternoon, journey to Lijiang, which is a fantastic combination of historical sites, snow-capped mountains, lakes, and ethnic minority cultures. In the afternoon, continue to Lijiang (B,L)

Day 17: Jade Dragon Snow Mountain

Jade Dragon Snow Mountain (Yulong Mountain) is the southernmost glacier in the Northern Hemisphere. Consisting of 13 peaks, among which Shanzidou is the highest with an altitude of 5,600 meters, the mountain stretches a length of 35 kilometers and a width of 20 kilometers. Looking from Lijiang Old Town in the south which is 15 kilometers away, the snow-covered and fog-enlaced mountain resembles a jade dragon lying in the clouds, which is how it received the name. Take a chairlift and discover one of the stunning high meadows and enjoy the sublime panoramas. Continue to Baisha Naxi Village and meet a Dongba Shaman who will illustrate how to write ancient Dongba written characters. Make the most of this unique opportunity by attempting this unusual art form yourself. Taste traditional Naxi cuisine and marvel at the Baisha Frescoes. (B,L)

Day 18: Lijiang at leisure

About 100 kilometers northwest of Lijiang Old Town lying between Jade Dragon Snow Mountain (Yulong Xueshan) and Haba Snow Mountain (Haba Xueshan) is Tiger Leaping Gorge (Hutiao Gorge). It is one of the deepest gorges in the world and is the site of today’s optional mini treks (at your own expense). From the top of the gorge you look down the steeply angled (70-90 degrees) mountain sides to the rushing Golden Sands (Jingsha) River with its 18 frothing rapids more than 200 meters below. The gorge stretches approximately 15 kilometers and affords people the possibility of rafting and drifting peacefully in its large quiet sections. It is most definitely one of China’s most extraordinary sights. The entire area is spectacular, so prepare for awe-inspiring views. If you prefer not joining the trek, enjoy your day of leisure exploring Lijiang (B)

Day 19: Chengdu like a local

Fly to Chengdu and wander through the engrossing People’s Park. We are all familiar with ‘people watching’ but here you will be captivated by the diversity of activities all occurring simultaneously. From locals playing mah-jong to those practicing Tai Chi. Experience a local teahouse and stroll through the historical Wide and Narrow Alleys. Visit Matchmaker’s Corner, located in People’s Square in the heart of Shangahi (weekends between midday and 5pm) and you will find a large gathering of people who are present for the lively marriage market. You will see anxious mothers, fathers, uncles, aunts and even grandparents searching for a desirable match for their sons and daughters. It is a unique and fascinating experience walking through rows of pamphlets and seeing biographies affixed to umbrellas, all in an attempt to secure a partner. There are pathways filled with animated parents and grandparents involved in heated discussions and 'brokering' marriage deals. (B,L)

Day 20: Giant Pandas

Visit the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding is a day you will fondly remember for a long time. The Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding was created to imitate the natural habitat of giant pandas. The objective was to provide pandas with the optimal breeding and rearing environment. Here you will be afforded the opportunity to see China’s most celebrated bears up close and personal. The museum is highly informative and you will learn about the very successful breeding program. The remainder of the day may be spent at your leisure. You can enjoy an optional hot pot dinner and face changing show (at your own expense). (B,L)

Day 21: Ancient Ciqikou

Board your train to Chongqing. Enjoy some free time in the old town of Ciqikou, whose history spans more than 1,700 years. During the Ming and Qing Dynasties (1368-1911), it was famous for its production of porcelain, hence the name Ciqikou translates to Porcelain Village. Three noteworthy attractions of the village are the tea bars, the artists' studios and the Shu Embroidery workshops. There are more than one hundred tea bars, each with their own unique characteristics. The tea bars afford tourists with the wonderful opportunity to meet the locals and become acquainted with the unique folk opera. Ciqikou is known for its ateliers and you will have the privilege of seeing the work of local artists. Board your Yangtze Cruise vessel, which will be your home for the next three nights. (B,D)

Days 22-23: Yangtze cruise

Today, the much anticipated Yangtze River cruise begins. These two days will be spent watching and gasping at one truly spectacular vista after another. Take a side trip to the beautiful Goddess or Shennong Stream and revel in shore excursions to the Ghost City of Fengdu or Shibaozhai. The shore excursions include all the natural highlights of the Three Gorges, as well as the fascinating lesser-known sights providing opportunities to experience the real life of Chinese in the region. (B,L,D)

Day 24: Three Gorges Dam

Visit the marvelous Three Gorges Dam, which is the largest dam project and hydropower station in the world. It’s a man-made wonder that is quite simply put, an extraordinary accomplishment in engineering. Technological triumphs aside, gliding upstream reveals the natural fauna that now takes centre stage. Some of the world’s most startling scenery is uncovered, including the Three Gorges themselves. Disembark, transfer to Wuhan and fly to Shanghai. (B,L,D)

Day 25: Shanghainese Shanghai

A jam-packed day awaits you. Wake up to the electric Shanghai and take a breakfast walking tour. Explore the traditional Yuyuan Garden, a famous classical garden located in Anren Jie that boasts an area of 20,000 sqm. The superb layout, gorgeous scenery and artistic style of the garden architecture have made the garden one of the highlights of Shanghai. Yu Garden is composed of six scenic areas: Sansui Hall, Wanhua Chamber, Dianchun Hall, Huijing Hall, Yuhua Hall, and the Inner Garden. Next, discover the maze of streets in the old town (Nanshi) followed by the Silk Museum. The Bund faces the Huangpu River and has been a symbol of the city for more than 100 years. In order to fully appreciate the majestic vista, Cruise down the Huangpu River, courted by the neon lights of Pudong tonight. (B,L)

Day 26: Shanghai at leisure

Join the optional day tour to Suzhou (at your own expense) or enjoy your leisure time exploring Shanghai. Suzhou is located in the southern Jiangsu Province in the centre of the Yangtze Delta. Built in 514 BC, this is an ancient city, spanning more than 2,500 years of history. It is referred to as the 'Venice of the Orient' due to the fact that 42% of the city is covered by water, including a vast number of ponds and streams. Explore the incredible ancient water towns in the vicinity and the superb classical gardens in the downtown area. A popular proverb states that, 'Gardens to the south of the Yangtze River are the best in the world, and Suzhou gardens are the best among them'. These gardens are revered not only due to their vast numbers, but also because of their alluring natural beauty and harmonious construction. Presently, there are more than 60 pristine gardens in the city, some of which have been included on the World Heritage List. Visit the Humble Administrator’s Garden, considered one of best in the region and then cruise the 1,000 year old Grand Canal. In the evening, be treated to a tantalising farewell dinner. (B,D)

Day 27: Depart Shanghai

Spend this morning savouring the last day of your China Tour before board your overnight flight to Australia. Revisit your favourite temple, architectural wonder, garden, street or monument and fondly remember all the incredible sites you’ve seen in this splendid country. (B)

Day 28: Arrive Australia

Arrive home today and begin planning your next wonderful adventure. We’re eager to help you make your next tour just as memorable as your Greatest China Adventure tour. • (B,L,D) – Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner. Please note, whenever you see the letters B, L or D, you will know that the selected meals have been included as part of your tour package.

LaCityTravel  - Traveller Tips for China

Visa: 
Passports must be valid for 6 months beyond the length of stay, Visas are required for Australian travellers, the cost of which is already included in the fully inclusive price of all our goups of Australian passport holders. Extra copies of passport photos should be taken.

Money / Currency: 
Chinese currency is Renmimbi (RMB), and the basic unit is Yuan or Kwai. Notes are issued in 1, 2, 5, 10, 20, 50, and 100 Yuan. International travellers can exchange Australian Banknotes, Travellers Cheques or US Dollars at any Bank of China or Hotels. Major foreign Credit Cards can be used at ATM’s, Shopping Centres etc.

Clothing and Climate:
 China has contrasting seasonal and regional weather conditions. MARCH to MAY, and SEPTEMBER to NOVEMBER are generally the ideal months to tour in China. Casual clothes, for respective seasonal conditions, are acceptable, but clothes that are too revealing are frowned upon. Comfortable walking shoes are essential for sightseeing.

Shopping and Bargaining: 
Although Government Department store have fixed prices, privately operated local markets and stalls expect bargaining when purchasing – start from less than half the asking price and work your way up. Quality and/or authenticity for any such purchases cannot be guaranteed.
 
Tipping: Tipping is now expected in all quarters of China and travellers should budget Aus $5 to 6 per person per day to be divided between Guide and Driver. Hotel porterage costs are approx. $1 per bag. Giveaways are useful in spreading goodwill.

Water:
 It is recommended that you DO NOT drink local tap water. Bottled water is widely available and should be carried. Most hotels provide some complimentary water. Tea/coffee making facilities can be expected in hotel rooms. Do not accept water in bottles with broken seals.

Time Difference:
 Despite the size, China has ONE time Zone and is 3 hours behind EST in Australia.

Electricity: 
Electrical supply is 220 volts and Australian appliances will operate. Power points will vary in configuration, but universal power adaptors can be purchases to accommodate these variation s and solve the problem of recharging batteries etc.

Health:
 It is recommended that travellers should speak with their personal medicos well in advance of departure dates regarding vaccinations. Personal medication needs to be carried with you along with copies of prescriptions.

Luggage:
 Check in luggage should not exceed 20 Kg.- an airline surcharge can be made with overweight luggage. Restrictions for weight, volume and number of carry on luggage can be gained from specific airlines.

Travel Insurance: 
Travel Insurance is essential for cancellation, medical expenses, personal accident, personal baggage, money and public liability BEFORE your commencement of tour. La City Travel can provide insurance options for you. If you are using your credit card company to cover travel insurance you need to be fully aware of inclusions and exclusions. You should obtain a receipt number to contact them in an emergency and a copy of full conditions BEFORE departure.

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2. Tips and personal expenses. 
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4. Items not mentioned above.     

Terms and Conditions 

1. Pricing is subject to airline seat availability at time of booking
2. Deposit of 50% of total tour is required within 5 days of confirmation, with final balance due at least 60 days prior to departure.     

Flights Options 

1.    Reputable airlines such as Air China, China Southern Airlines and China Eastern Airlines are chosen to provide safe and high quality service to passengers: between Brisbane and China, flights are provided by China Southern Airlines with a connection flight in Guangzhou; between Sydney/Melbourne and China, flights are more frequently arranged with Air China and China Eastern Airlines. 
2.    You can request for Qantas, Cathay Pacific Airway, Thai International Airways, Singapore Airlines, Vietnam Airlines or Malaysian Airlines for your international flights. Please check with our consultant for seating availability. 
3.    On your international flights, you can choose to stopover in Hong Kong, Bangkok, Singapore, Hanoi, Saigon or Kuala Lumpur. Check with our travel consultant for any stopover hotel and airport transfer packages.   


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