Gubei Water Town & Simatai Great Wall Hiking Tour (no shopping)

  • Duration: Whole day
  • Depart: 7:00
  • Return: 18:00
  • Price: ¥ 390
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  • Pick-up from your hotel in the morning;
  • The round trip hike is about 6.5km;
  • Great Wall at Simatai sightseeing (3 hours free walk);
  • The water town sightseeing (2 hours free walk);
  • Drop-off service at your hotel;
  • No shopping stops.

  • Fee of the cable car;
  • No lunch available;
  • Tipping to guide and driver;
  • Personal expenses;
  • Without shopping.

  • How to Payment?
  • Pay through PayPal; If you do not have PayPal account, you can also use your credit card for payment. or pay with cash to our tour guide.
    For bus tours group or Private Travel, no deposit needs to pay beforehand. You can simply pay cash to our tour guide. when you see our tour guide in your hotel lobby on the day. after your reservation by email or phone tell us.

  • Booking Policy
  • If you wish to make a reservation of one of our excursions please fill in the reservation form below. We shall check the availability and return you a call within two business days. Be kind to mark most comfortable day hours you’d prefer to get a phone call back from us.

    Also be kind to get familiar with our agency’s terms and conditions before you send us a reservation. You may always contact us by telephone daily during working hours (Mon – Sun 06.00-23.00).

 
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