China Trip Planning—Is this Trip Right for You?
Most westerners travel to China only once in their lifetime. China Spree want to ensure you have all the resources in planning your dream vacation. Please read the following information regarding the level of activity you can expect, your physical requirements, trip destination information, tour pacing and meal arrangements specific to this China trip.
Climate & Terrain:
Read more about the climate of cities on this China tour.
China Visa Required:
U.S. and Canadian citizens traveling to China must have a valid passport and a visa obtained prior to entering the country. Please read Passport & China Visa for the complete information including answers to ALL your questions about VISA to China. Download China Visa Instructions.
This China tour package comprises of air travel segments using commercial flights with airlines, such as Air China. This is NOT a chartered flight and therefore the passage contract and your air tickets, once issued, shall constitute the sole agreements between you and the airline(s), and are subject to terms and conditions specified by the airlines.Please download Flight Schedule, and make sure to read All About Flights section for further information of baggage allowance, mileage, and seating & dietary request, etc. Also read more about Air Travel and Frequently Asked Questions.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Why have some of the meals been taken out of tours?
It is very important to us to ensure that you get the best value for your dollar without sacrificing service or convenience. Most of the meals that were taken out of the itineraries were "in-flight" meals. We have found that recently many of the airlines, in an effort to save money, no longer offer meals and are only offering a snack. In order for us to maintain the included meals for clients, we are required to give up precious time out of touring to ensure the group has a meal. The best answer to that was to give clients the opportunity to decide what they would like to eat on those days, giving you flexibility without taking time away from your touring. Also, we received feedback from past clients who said that after many days eating with the group some people would prefer to eat on their own. Clients now have a choice on those days as to where and what to eat and whether they would like to eat alone or with fellow travelers. For your first day arriving in Shanghai, the hotel is only blocks from a main shopping area (Nanjing Road and People's Square) so that clients can shop and dine with many options. We have ensured that when meals are not offered, the guide will suggest a place to eat that will satisfy the individual client's needs for that day. This also allows us to put your money toward improved included meals, ensuring you get the best experience for your money.
Your final travel documents will be sent to you about 2 weeks prior to departure. If passports are included, then a signature will be required upon delivery. In the packet, you will find your air itinerary with your electronic air ticket number (e-ticket), the final tour itinerary, Know Before You Go, China hotel and emergency contact, and other important information for your China tour. If your address is a PO Box, then we must send your package via the US Postal Service. Note: the documents for all travelers registered in the same reservation form will be sent to that address unless we are notified otherwise. You can change your mailing address in the Member Area up to 30 days prior to your tour departure. Once the documents are sent it is impossible for China Spree to reroute it to a different address. Prior to delivery, you will receive an email notice with shipment tracking information. Documents delivered to outside the continental U.S. (including Alaska and Hawaii) will incur an additional delivery charge of $40 if sent by courier service.