China World Heritage Tours
During China’s over 5000 years’ history, enormous treasures were created and destroyed, but fortunately, there are still 43 ancient sites which meet UNESCO’s requirements of world heritages. The Great Wall of China is the first world heritage listed by UNESCO. It was listed in 1987. And the Fossil Areas in Chengjiang, listed in 2012, is newest world heritage in China. Generally speaking, the types of world heritages in China are royal relics, cultural relics, religious sites, natural attractions and common people’s residences.
All the world heritages in China can be found in our world heritage tours. You can just tell us where you want to go, and we design the itinerary for you!