Half/Full-Day Yangshuo Countryside Moderate Cycling And Sightseeing Private Tour

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Tour Information

Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Duration: 3 Hrs 30 Mins
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    8:30am
  • Return Details :
    • Confirmation will be received at time of booking • Children must be accompanied by an adult • Adult pricing applies to all travelers
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

Bike past the rice paddies and towering mountains as you explore the countryside around Yangshuo just like Jimmy Carter, the formerU.S. President, did when he visited here in 1987. Explore the untouched countryside and enjoy scenery and local flair with your private guide. You will visit Yangshuo, Yima Village, Chaolong Village, Yulong River, Jiuxian Village, Dashi Village, Moon Hill, and Aishan Village in this amazing small group tour.
Highlights:
1.Bike through the marvelous Yangshuo Countryside
2.Follow your expert guide and see locals working the rice fields, and stop in quaint local villages
3.Snap some pictures of the towering mountains and calming rivers
4.Bike the same path as Jimmy Carter!

Know More about this tour


At 9am, our guide will meet your Yangshuo hotel lobby, but if you also book the other tour option of this trip then our guide will meet you at 8:30am, the cycling tour will lasts during 2-3hrs along the Yulong river area and will be flat and not many traffic and if your hotel at the city center, we will using the car takes you to the countryside and collect the biks there.The Yulong River, with its the landscape is decorated with toothy karst hills, thick bamboo groves, water buffaloes wandering the fields, farmers tending the rice paddies, fishermen gliding along on their narrow bamboo rafts, and village women washing clothes beside the river, kids swimming in the water
The cycling route will be from Yangshuo to Xiatang village and via the Yulong river to Jiuxian village and At the village, we can visit the Old houses and old streets.The Jiuxian village is an ancient village where civilization started to take place during the Tang Dynasty ( 618-906). Jiuxian village itself was established around the 16th century ahead of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) and counts as one of the few remaining villages around Yangshuo China with remainders of both grey brick mansions and mud brick farm houses.The village is certainly worth exploring, among the many courtyards you will find an ancestral hall and the small cobbled alleyways will lead you in between the cluster of old traditional dwellings. While the preserved architecture is a photographers delight, the natural surroundings are stunning as well.
After the Jiuxian village, we will going to Moon hill and one hour cycling.The Moon Hill is a huge piece of rock with a moon-shaped hole in its center. The 800 marble stairs called "Appreciating Moon Path" can lead you to the top of the hill and to get a close view of the Moon Cave. Like most karst caves, there are lots of peculiar shaped stalactites hanging on the ceiling of the Moon Cave. Some are like Buddhas warrior attendants, some like the goddess of the moon and some like jade rabbits. When cycling passed Moon Hill, with the change of viewpoints, the Moon Cave will take on the different looks of a "full moon", "half moon" or "crescent moon".Afterwards, we can cycling back to the hotels or continue the other tour option at Guilin or Yangshuo area.

Itinerary:


At 9am, our guide will meet your Yangshuo hotel lobby, but if you also book the other tour option of this trip then our guide will meet you at 8:30am, the cycling tour will lasts during 2-3hrs along the Yulong river area and will be flat and not many traffic and if your hotel at the city center, we will using the car takes you to the countryside and collect the biks there. The Yulong River, with its the landscape is decorated with toothy karst hills, thick bamboo groves, water buffaloes wandering the fields, farmers tending the rice paddies, fishermen gliding along on their narrow bamboo rafts, and village women washing clothes beside the river, kids swimming in the water…
The cycling route will be from Yangshuo to Xiatang village and via the Yulong river to Jiuxian village and At the village, we can visit the Old houses and old streets. The Jiuxian village is an ancient village where civilization started to take place during the Tang Dynasty ( 618-906). Jiuxian village itself was established around the 16th century ahead of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) and counts as one of the few remaining villages around Yangshuo China with remainders of both grey brick mansions and mud brick farm houses. The village is certainly worth exploring, among the many courtyards you will find an ancestral hall and the small cobbled alleyways will lead you in between the cluster of old traditional dwellings. While the preserved architecture is a photographer’s delight, the natural surroundings are stunning as well.
After the Jiuxian village, we will going to Moon hill and one hour cycling. The Moon Hill is a huge piece of rock with a moon-shaped hole in its center. The 800 marble stairs called "Appreciating Moon Path" can lead you to the top of the hill and to get a close view of the Moon Cave. Like most karst caves, there are lots of peculiar shaped stalactites hanging on the ceiling of the Moon Cave. Some are like Buddha’s warrior attendants, some like the goddess of the moon and some like jade rabbits. When cycling passed Moon Hill, with the change of viewpoints, the Moon Cave will take on the different looks of a "full moon", "half moon" or "crescent moon". Afterwards, we can cycling back to the hotels or continue the other tour option at Guilin or Yangshuo area.

Inclusions

  • Bike rental
  • Private guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • The other option plus tour tickets after the cycling

Exclusions

  • Food and drinks
  • Personal expenses

Additional Info

Infants are required to sit on an adults lap

Not recommended for travelers with spinal injuries

Not recommended for pregnant travelers

Not recommended for travelers with poor cardiovascular health

Suitable for all physical fitness levels

Children must be accompanied by an adult