Explore The Essence of Northern Inner MongoliaThe northern Inner Mongolia is an ideal area for you to explore. During this China tour, you will have the opportunity to see the beautiful sights of the Hulun Buir Grassland, the virgin forest of Daxinganling and the boundary city of Manzhouli, all of which will leave you a deep impression. So do not miss this Inner Mongolia Tour.
|Tour Dates||Destinations||Services Provided||Meals Included|
|Day 1||Hailer||Airport Transfer (Hailer)||/|
|Day 2||Hailer||The Hulun Buir Grassland||Breakfast,Chinese Lunch|
|Day 3||Hailer to Alshan||Ewenki Museum, Mt. Arxan Hot Spring Museum||Breakfast,Chinese Lunch|
|Day 4||Alshan||Alshan National Forest Park||Breakfast,Chinese Lunch|
|Day 5||Alshan to Manzhouli||The War of "Nuomenhan" Museum, Manzhouli City||Breakfast,Chinese Lunch|
|Day 6||Manzhouli to Hailer||Manzhouli to Hailer, Hulun Lake, Airport Transfer (Hailer)||Breakfast,Chinese Lunch|
Place & Transport:Arrive in Hailer, Flight No. TBA
Today's Activities: Airport Transfer (Hailer)
Place & Transport:Hailer
Today's Activities: The Hulun Buir Grassland
The Hulun Buir Grassland:The Hulun Buir Grassland is 61 kilometers from Hailar City. The area is the home of many minority ethnic groups. It is famous by its green grass, beautiful flowers, zigzag rivers, crystal-clear lakes, sheep and cows. On the grassland, you will be welcome by receiving a Handa as a greeting gift. There are many optional activities on the grassland for you to try, like horse riding, wrestling performance, and roasted lamb banquet.Day 3
Place & Transport:Hailer to Alshan
Today's Activities:Ewenki Museum, Mt. Arxan Hot Spring Museum, Our guide and driver will escort you from Hailer to Alshan
Ewenki Museum:Ewenki Minority lives in northern Inner Mongolia, most in the grasslands surrounding Hailaer. You can glimpse the Ewenki culture and history in this modern museum. There are many exhibitions in the museum, including household artifacts, clothing and artwork.
Mt Arxan Hot Spring Museum:Located in the Arxan City, the Arxan Hot Springs are distributed in the south north structure fault zone at the foot of the East Hill. There are 48 springs in Mt. Arxan. The water produces a noticeable effect on skin diseases and rheumatism. The museum covers an area of 8000 square miles. You will have a sense of being in touch with the nature this area. you have optiona of swimming in the hotsping by yourself.
Place & Transport:Alshan
Today's Activities: Alshan National Forest Park
Alshan National Forest Park:Arxan National Forest Park is located at the southwest foot of the Greater Xing'an Mountains in Inner Mongolia.Unique northern scenery, world-famous and rare.Day 5
Place & Transport:Alshan to Manzhouli
Today's Activities:Our guide and driver will escort you from Alshan to Manzhouli, The War of "Nuomenhan" Museum, Manzhouli City
The War of Nuomenhan Museum:The museum is built to memorize the war of "Nuomenhan". It is about a war between Japanese and Russia during the World War II.
Manzhouli City:Manzhouli is a sub-prefecture-level city located in Hulunbuir prefecture-level city, Inner Mongolia. You can see exotic sights as it is a boundary city sharing the border with Russia.
Place & Transport:Manzhouli to Hailer to Departure City, Flight No. TBA
Today's Activities:Our guide and driver will escort you from Manzhouli to Hailer, Hulun Lake, Airport Transfer (Hailer)
Hulun Lake:Attached to Manzhouli City, the Dalai Lake Biosphere Reserve is situated in the west of Hulunbuir Prairie. Dalai Lake is an ideal place for birds’ habitation and reproduction and it is an important passage for waterfowls’migration of Northeast Asia.
|Nov.1 - Mar.31||Superior||Deluxe||Economy||Single Room Supplement *|
|Apr.1 - Oct.31||Superior||Deluxe||Economy||Single Room Supplement *|
|Hailer||Haishen Hot Spring Hotel|
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Dear Han: I went on this trip with my wife, I have travelled quite a bit independently and was was a little concerned about taking a package tour. I could see the tour would be less expensive and easier than trying by ourselves.The guideand van turned to be great!We saw much more than we would have without the guides and the car, and never felt trapped.We always had a case of bottled water on the c ... more
Canada | 2013-11-18