Private Changyu Chateau Wine Tasting Tour And Mutianyu Great Wall Visit - Beijing

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Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Duration: 9 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    08:00 AM
  • Departure Details :
    Traveler pickup is offered
    Pickup from your centrally located Beijing hotel
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

Combine a visit to the Changyu Chateau in Miyun countywith a tour of MutianyuGreat Wall on this 9-hour private tour from Beijing. Lunch, entrance ticket private transfer and wine tasting are all inclusive.

Highlights

Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city

Private guide for a more personalized experience

Lunch included

All entrance fees included

Free hotel pickup and drop-off included

Know More about this tour

Be ready for pickup in your Beijing hotel lobby at 8 a.m. Meet your friendly tourguide and climb into a comfortable, private vehicle for the journey tothe Mutianyu Great Wall.Your professional tour guide will give you an explication of the Great Wall and the related Chinese history and culture on the way.

Once you arrive atthe Wall (about 1.5 hours driving time) spend around two hours hiking and snapping photos.
Then stop for anicelunch at Chinese restaurant.

Indulge in lunch, followed by a Wine Museum tour and a tasting session at Changyu Chateau.The Chateau Changyu AFIPGlobal Beijing is mainly composed of the Reception Center, several vine yards, AFIP Village (European-style hotel houses), AFIP Castle (museum, cellar) and a beautiful lake. Now Chateau Changyu AFIP Global now is an AAAA national key scenic area in China.You will tour around the Chateau and tasting the wine from there. Of course you can also buy the wine from there if you like (on your own expense).

Return to your hotel for drop-off at the end of your tour.

Some information about Changyu Group:

  1. The first time from abroad to introduce wine
  2. China's first bottle of wine, the first bottle of brandy
  3. Asia's first large underground cellar
  4. For the first time won the China International Wine Awards
  5. China's first bottle of dry red wine
  6. Three countries wine: 1952, 1963, 1979 for three consecutive years of national evaluation of China's eight wines, Changyu gold brandy, absinthe and wine.
  7. China's first University of Wine
  8. The first bucket of wine in Chinese history
  9. Take the lead in the implementation of integrated quality classification system

Inclusions

Professional guide

Hotel pickup and drop-off

Transport by private vehicle

Bottled water

Two type of wine tasting

Lunch - A Chinese local lunch

Entry/Admission - Mutianyu Great Wall

Entry/Admission - Beijing Chateau Changyu Afip Global

Exclusions

Cable car and toboggan tickets for the Great Wall

Gratuities

Extra wine tasting

Additional Info

Confirmation will be received at time of booking

Infant seats available

Wheelchair accessible

Children must be accompanied by an adult

Please advise any specific dietary requirements at time of booking

Vegetarian option is available, please advise at time of booking if required

It is free for the infant from 0-3

Most travelers can participate

This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

Face masks required for travelers in public areas

Face masks required for guides in public areas

Face masks provided for travelers

Hand sanitizer available to travelers and staff

Transportation vehicles regularly sanitized

Temperature checks for travelers upon arrival

Health QR Code is required upon arrival

Traveler Reviews

  • 27-Jan-2020

    Had a great tour with my Family. I’ve been to Beijing many times and toured many places there. But our tour guide Coco, gave me a different perspective of the sites we visited, which I greatly appreciate. I highly recommend Coco as the tour guide to look for.

  • 18-Sep-2019

    I can't see enough great things about this tour. Coco was fabulous! She was very friendly, knowledgeable and had great time management of the tour. The lunch was excellent! I was a solo, female American traveling and felt very welcome and safe! I would recommend anyone that enjoys great site seeing of the Wall and Wine!

  • 17-Sep-2019

    I can't see enough great things about this tour. Coco was fabulous! She was very friendly, knowledgeable and had great time management of the tour. The lunch was excellent! I was a solo, female American traveling and felt very welcome & safe! I would recommend anyone that enjoys great site seeing of the Wall and Wine!

  • 03-Jul-2019

    Only wine tour that I could find in China, which was really interesting. Wall tour also excellent. Private guide could not have been better. She was interesting, allowed me to go at my pace; answered questions about the wine and the wall. She was also interested in learning from me about wine in general.

  • 27-May-2019

    Only wine tour that I could find in China, which was really interesting. Wall tour also excellent. Private guide could not have been better. She was interesting, allowed me to go at my pace; answered questions about the wine and the wall. She was also interested in learning from me about wine in general.

  • 29-Mar-2018

    This was a truly excellent and totally unique tour, as it was the ONLY one I could find that not only went to The Great Wall, but also to the historic Changyu Winery, known for making some of China's best wines! Our lovely guide, Ju-An, and a driver picked us up at our hotel 8a.m., and we were driven in an excellent Buick SUV to the Mutianyu portion of the Great Wall, about 1.5 hours from downtown Beijing. We took the cable car up and down as they won't let anyone over 55 take the rope lift up or the fun toboggan down. :-( We then walked the Great Wall to Towers 14, 15, 16, and 17, where we climbed up the tiny stone stairwell to the top of the watch tower so we could survey our territory and make sure the invading Mongols were being kept at bay! LOL (Note: If you ever have a burning desire to feel Really Really Out Of Shape, take a tour of the Great Wall of China. LOL) My only regret was that it was over way too soon! The Great Wall is an amazing and extraordinary creation, visible from outer space, and absolutely one of the wonders of the man-made world that truly merits the term "awesome". It's something that loomed large in my "travel dreams" for over 40 years... so to actually see it snaking up and down in front of you, and zigzagging across the mountains and over the land into the horizon is wondrous... And like all great, good things, it was over way too fast... Ju-An then took us for a truly delicious Chinese lunch at an obviously popular "family-style" Chinese-only restaurant in a small, nearby town: A yummy hot cabbage dish with gloriously mouth-numbing Sichuan peppercorns, Beijing-style noodles with bean sprouts (which really Are different from Shanghai noodles!), totally wonderful braised green beans with diced pork, more Sichuan peppercorns and hot peppers, & delish, spicy "authentic" Kung Pao Chicken (which we Never order in USA Chinese restaurants LOL), served with wedges of a multi-layered hot pancake, and jasmine tea so intensely fragrant I wanted to wear it as perfume! Then it was time to drive to the truly surreal Changyu Wine Chateau: a huge, European, turreted castle built in the Chinese countryside in the 1860s, its vineyards produce some of China's finest wines! This was another one of the "Chinese-only" experiences I managed to find for my chef husband and I to do: there is NO signage in English at the winery (save for the museum exhibits), and NO ONE speaks English! Save for the handful of Presidents, photographs of whom are on display in their museum, we may have been their only Western visitors! We were gifted with little bottles of their brandy that we got to bottle ourselves & seal with a red velvet hammer, had a tour of the vineyards and grounds, their huge, deep-underground wine cellar, the castle, and museum, and then enjoyed a tasting of 4 of their wines. We opted to buy a couple of extra glasses of wine, bought 3 bottles (two of which came in numbered, wooden crates) to take home, and hung out with Ju-An in the Tasting Room until they turned off the lights! A GREAT day- and Highly recommended!