Sichuan Group Tour
Sichuan province is next to Tibet Autonomous Region. So you can see Tibetan ethnic groups in the area of Ganzi and Aba. But there is still a little difference between the Tibetans in Sichuan and Tibet. Thus, we offer some tour groups to Sichuan, tourists can find out the features of these two by themselves. Besides, as the land of abundance, there are many worth-visiting places in Sichuan.
Let's say there are four parts of tourist elements in Sichuan. Of course, first are the marvelous landscapes, such as amazing Jiuzhaigou, Huanglong National Park, 4 Girls Mountain, Daocheng Yading - the last Shangri-La…All of these can let you know what is heaven on earth.
Second, are religious holy places. Mt. Emei, one of the four Buddhist holy mountains in China; Leshan Giant Buddha, the largest stone carving Buddha in China, both are in the list of World Cultural and Natural Heritage.
Third is Giant Panda Base. There is no doubt that most people on the planet like this lovely animal. So why not come to have personal contact with Panda in its hometown? We bet it must be more interesting than watching in the crowded Panda Museum from the distance.
The last part is the culture and lifestyle. You can see the jaw-dropping face-changing folk performance and taste the spicy Sichuan cuisine. Or you can learn to play Mahjong to enjoy a real leisure life of Sichuan.
All the above list will not disappoint you. Check the hand-picked group tour packages below and start your trip!
Frequently Asked Questions
Sichuan is not only the home town of the pandas but also the paradise of gourmet. Sichuan cuisine, with its spicy and delicious taste, has crowned the reputation as “the food in China, the taste in Sichuan”. In Sichuan, you can't miss Hot pot, Double-cooked pork slices, Kung Pao Chicken, etc.
It is effortless for travelers to find many street foods and snack vendors along the tourist streets in Chengdu, such as Wide and Narrow Alley. With the spread of Western culture, many Western restaurants also can be found here.
Chengdu is the capital city of Sichuan province. It is also a famous gateway city for travelers getting to Tibet. Most travelers will stay 1~2 days in Chengdu. We list the top 3 attractions for your reference.
Chengdu Panda Breeding and Research Center: Chengdu is also called Panda City. In the Panda Breeding Center, you can experience nearly zero contact with lovely pandas.
Wide and Narrow Alley and Jinli Street: These are two cultural and food streets. You could buy some exquisite handicrafts and enjoy traditional Sichuan food here.
Wuhou Temple: Wuhou Temple is an ancestral temple in memory of an ancient Chinese Prime minister Zhuge Liang.
Sichuan basin is in the southwest of China. The Yunnan Plateau surrounds it to the south, the Tibetan Plateau to the west, and the Yangtze River to the east. In this basin area, you can hardly saw the sunshine since it's cloudy and foggy almost all year round. The weather and climate here are humid and mild.
The temperatures in Spring: from 10 to 21.9 °C (50 to 71.4 °F)
The temperatures in Summer: above 22 °C (71.6 °F)
The temperatures in Autumn: from 10 to 21.9 °C (50 to 71.4 °F),
The temperatures in Winter: below 10 °C (50 to °F)
The best time to visit Sichuan is from April to October, during which the weather is not too cold or hot. If you have any questions, please feel free to consult our tour advisor.