ASIA experts, Wendy Wu Tours, have added three new 15-day Royal Horticulture Society Garden Tours to its already comprehensive China holiday range.
The itineraries focus on scenic historical and modern gardens, National Parks and Botanical Gardens in China’s most popular cities- Shanghai, Beijing, Xian, Guilin and Chengdu as well as the scenic regions Longji, Suzhou, Lushan, Yangshuo, Kunming, Lijiang, Hangzhou, Mount Huang and many more.
The “Plant Seekers” tour is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for horticulturalists and garden lovers. The tour will be escorted by Christopher Bailes, a former curator at the Chelsea Physic Garden and Royal Horticulture Society Rosemoor and Raymond Evison, former chairman of the Woody Plant Committee and a well-renowned clematis expert.
Departing on September 16, guests will follow in the footsteps of the great plant hunters of the past such as Ernest Wilson and George Forrest and includes visits to Nine Villages Valley, home to many protected species, and Jade Dragon Snow Mountain in Yunnan province. It is priced from $9,990 per person twin share.
The “Gardens of China” tour departs Australia on June 1 and 31 August and is priced from $5890 per person twin share. Highlights include visits to many Botanical Gardens and diverse scenery in Beijing, Xian, Longji, Guilin, Suzhou and Shanghai.
Covering eastern China is the “China’s Mountains and Gardens” tour, departing on October 10 and priced from $6990 per person twin share.
These fully inclusive tours include return economy flights with Cathay Pacific, hotel accommodation and all meals, ground transportation, comprehensive touring with local guides and expert horticultural guides, transfers, fuel surcharge and tipping which is subject to change.
For more details visit https://www.wendywutours.com.au/travel/rhs-garden-tours contact Wendy Wu Tours on 1300-727-998 or visit you travel agent.