Unlike most DMC’s we also operate in the special administrative region of Hong Kong, and also in Macau. With 56 minorities celebrating various traditions and cultures, China is a destination to delight in every sense. We explore the country under three encompassing categories, whereby itineraries will explore: Classical China, Southwest & Minorities and Great Landscapes. This way we can provide travelers with the most imaginative encounters and immersion in ancient civilizations.
Covering 22 provinces, 5 autonomous regions and 4 municipalities, the offerings for unique lifetime memories and experiences are never ending. Classical China encompasses everything from the captivating cities of Beijing to Hong Kong and Shanghai to Xi’an. It is an excellent way to discover the diversity of this country. Experience ancient villages, Buddhist grottoes and visit world famous bustling megacities. Many common cultural beliefs and practices are shared by a vast number of minority groups in the southwest of China. A stunningly beautiful region, it is home to Yunnan, often mentioned as the most beautiful province. Minorities are by no means limited to the southwest and can be found throughout China including Russian, Mongol and Korean that all celebrate age old traditions. Explore these regions amongst a backdrop of picture perfect rice fields, staggering karsts and cascading waterfalls. Over 40% of China is situated at an altitude greater than 2000m, it has the second largest desert in the world after the Sahara, is home to volcanoes and offers skiing opportunities.
Private guides are more costly in Japan when compared to our other destinations, and the self-guiding app provides an innovative solution to avoid these rising costs and allowing clients to travel in a more independent way.
The application is available in 20 cities across Japan already, and it covers 6 main categories; attractions, shopping, restaurants, bars and nightlife, hotels, and other, which are clearly displayed on the home-page.
There are more than 500 points of interest, providing pictures, addresses, distance from current location, the website, opening hours and costs. Everything works offline, and the map in particular proves to be incredibly useful. Furthermore, there's the option of sharing everything on-line, through platforms such as facebook.
The app is available in both English and French.
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