5 Action-Packed Weekend Trips You Can Book Right Now

By Molly Jett, July 17, 2018

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Looking for a quick, but extraordinary way to see China? Travelers Society has your back! Scroll down to see five upcoming trips perfect for the summer holiday.

1. Hidden Paradise Trek in Gannan

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Gannan is a little way off the beaten path, but you will discover a hidden paradise that not many others get to experience. Go to six unique destinations in eight days and be one with nature! Take a look at the rest of the itinerary and book your spot now while you still can. This trip has three city departure options.

Departure City: Beijing
Dates: July 21-28
Costs: RMB4,999

Departure City: Shanghai
Dates: July 21-28
Cost: RMB4,999

Departure City: Shenzhen
Dates: July 21-28
Cost: RMB4,999

2. Waterfall Rappelling

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Raise your heart rate by waterfall rappelling your way through China! You'll also get to explore a monastery, stroll through history and make your own dumplings. 

Departure City: Shanghai
Dates: July 27-29
Cost: RMB999

3. Yoga Retreat in Xiashankeng

Yoga-Event5.jpegWant to be a yogi for a weekend? Head south for two days and relax while being in the present. After an energizing Vinyasa Flow session, enjoy a nature walk, nostril cleaning and temple visit.

Departure City: Shanghai
Dates: July 28-29
Cost: From RMB1,950

4. White Water Rafting

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Conquer rafting down the most high-energy rapids that eastern China has to offer. It’s the perfect place for a family water fight and bonfire party! As if that couldn’t be enough, head over to see Xuedou Buddha in an ancient monastery.

Departure City: Shanghai
Dates: August 4-5
Costs: RMB1,199

5. Water Hiking China’s Grand Canyon

Event-6-Grand-Canyon.jpgSummer isn’t quite over yet! Discover China’s Grand Canyon for a three-day adventure in some of the area's clearest water. After exploring the great outdoors, set out for Qiantong old town for some yummy eats. 

Departure City: Shanghai
Dates: August 17-19
Costs: RMB999


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