Yellow Mountain Escape, Huangshan

Destinations: Yellow Mountain

Destination Services: 2 nights accommodation, Meals as specified in the itinerary (excluding beverages), Land transportation as specified, Excursions as specified, Local English speaking guide, Service fees for local guide(s) and driver(s)

Stars: 5 Stars

Days: 3 days

RMB:From 5,660


Arrive at Tunxi by train or flight – we can also arrange these for you.

Meet your English speaking local guide

Private transfer to your hotel for check in


Meal:Breakfast/ Own arrangement   Lunch/ Own arrangement  Dinner/ Own arrangement   

Hotel:Banyan Tree Huangshan


Today, you will spend the day exploring the Yellow Mountains.


The Yellow Mountains – in Chinese Huang (yellow) shan (mountain) – got their name in 747 AD in recognition of the legendary Huang Di who was known for making immortality pills here. It is said that you will not want to visit any of other of the four mountains ranges after seeing Huangshan. This old Chinese saying gives you a sense of Huangshan’s beauty and uniqueness. Together with other famous sights and landmarks, the Yellow mountains have become one of the great symbols of China.

Drive from your hotel to the Yellow Mountain by private transfer. Take the Yungu cable car up the mountain. Walk along the mountain tops and see the unique rock formations including the stone monkey gazing at the sea of clouds. Take the Yungu cable car back down in the afternoon and transfer back to your hotel for some free time at your leisure.


Meal:Breakfast/ Hotel    Lunch/ Local restaurant  Dinner/ Own arrangement  

Hotel:Banyan Tree Huangshan


This morning, you will visit Hongcun, one of China’s most charming ancient villages.

Located in the southeast of Huangshan, Hongcun has over has 800 years of History and became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. The architecture and carvings of the approximately 150 residences date back to the Ming and Qing dynasties are said to be among the best of their kind in China. Chenzhi Hall, one of the biggest residences opened to visitors also contains a small museum.

In the afternoon, you will drive around 1 hour to Tunxi. There you stroll up and down Tunxi Ancient Street.

Tunxi Ancient Street dates back to the Song Dynasty (960-1279). At the beginning of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644), a merchant financed the construction of 47 stores in order to attract businessmen to the town. Today, the Ancient Street hosts many of such small stores selling snacks, tea as well as various handicrafts from calligraphy paint brushes to ceramic tea sets or wood decorative items. You can enjoy a leisurely walk among the ancient buildings and search for a good bargain.

Private transfer for your return by train or flight – we can also arrange these for you.

MealBreakfast/ Hotel   Lunch/ Local restaurant  Dinner/ Own arrangement  


  • Accommodation including breakfast in for 2 nights in Tunxi (check in time: 02:00pm, check out time: 12:00noon)
  • Meals as specified in the itinerary (excluding beverages): 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches
  • Land transportation as specified
  • Excursions as specified
  • Local English speaking guide – for other languages please contact us!
  • Service fees for local guide(s) and driver(s)


Excludes :

  • Domestic flight or train tickets – we can arrange your transportation from any city in China by plane, high-speed train, train or car, please contact us!
  • Early check in/Late checkout and chargeable activities at hotel
  • Optional Tours
  • Tips for local guide(s) and driver(s) are at your discretion
  • Travel insurance
  • Other expenses not previously mentioned as included


Black out Dates:

New Year ’s Day : 31 Dec 2016-01 Jan 2017

Chinese New Year : 27 Jan – 02 Feb 2017

Labour Day : 1-3 May, 2017

Mid-Autumn Day : 15-17 Sep 2017

National Day : 20 Sep -07 Oct 2017


Terms and Conditions:


Full payment is due 14 days prior to departure. Thomas Cook China reserves the right to release all services in case of payment default.


Cancellation Policy

If any cancellation is received following a booking, the following general cancellation policy will apply:

  • Between 30 and 21 days prior to arrival : 20% of total amount is due
  • Between 20 and 7 days prior to arrival : 50% of total amount is due
  • Between 6 days and 2 day prior to arrival: 75% of total amount is due
  • 1 day or No-show: 100% of total amount is due


Force Majeure

Thomas Cook China will not be liable for performance delays or for non-performance, due to causes beyond its reasonable control, including but not limited to acts of God, actions by any government authority (whether valid or invalid), fires, floods, windstorms, riots, explosions, natural disasters, wars, sabotage, labor problems (including lockouts, strikes and slowdowns), or court injunction or order.


Tips & Advice:

  • Please make sure that your passport is valid for at least 6 months after your departure date and has a minimum of 2 blank pages available for visa and stamps.
  • Please check in advance if you require a visa for the country you are visiting. You may contact your local embassy for assistance.