Jan 04, 2018 11

Best 6 Travel Agencies in China

From the Great Wall in Beijing, the Giant Pandas in Chengdu to the Terracotta Warriors in Shaanxi and the Three Gorges (Qutang, Wu and Xiling) along the Yangtze River, there are simply too many wonderful, adorable and magnificent sights in China that can take your breath away. Want a stress-free way to see all those sights, though? Booking the services of an excellent China travel agency is a must. Here are 10 names you’ll want to check out:

China Tour

Recognized as one of the best tour agencies in China, the company offers a bevy of tours that include popular destinations throughout the country. It has a number of featured China tour packages as well to give travelers a look at what’s popular with other tourists. If you want great sights, reliability and an experienced staff to handle all your needs, put this tour agency right at the top of your list, says China Tour.

Intrepid Travel

This one offers a good choice of destinations and sights as well. However, if you’re looking for tours that are friendly to elderly relatives aged 71 and above, you’ll be better off with the first one on the list. For elderly relatives of about 60 to 70 years of age, though, this tour agency is a good option to go for says Tour Radar.


Want tours customized for you and your pals? This tour agency is a pro at providing tour plans for guests within the 18 to 39 year old range so it might just be right up your alley.


Contiki is another tour group that’s geared towards guests aged 18 to 35 years old. If you’re bringing along elderly loved ones, you might need to rethink your decision to hire the services of this tour agency and look elsewhere for help instead.

Bamboo Travel

Not all China travel agency companies offer you 16 days to explore the beauty of Yunnan and Guangxi. That’s one of the most popular tours of the company, though. By combining highlights in Beijing with those of the Yunnan and Guangxi provinces, travelers have the incredible opportunity to take in unforgettable local sights, says the Telegraph.

Gecko’s Adventures

If you want something that’s geared towards a younger crowd, this tour agency is another addition to the list. It offers a good balance for those who want to see as much as they can of China while keeping to a budget. The trade-off is obvious in the use of smaller houses and less grand restaurants, but they offer a wonderful and charming experience just the same.