Avanti Offers New Great Panda Adventure And Volunteer Experience In China

by Kelly Harold

Avanti Destinations has unveiled The Great Panda Adventure, a new 12-day itinerary in China for panda lovers.

Travelers will spend three nights in Chengdu, Shanghai and Beijing, and two nights in Xian. They will also go on private tours of the Panda Breeding and Research Center, Sanxingdui ruins, Terracotta Warriors, old Xian, Mutianyu section of the Great Wall and Hutong area of Beijing.

Guests will receive daily breakfast, a dinner on the Bund in Shanghai, and first-class bullet train tickets from Xian to Shanghai and Shanghai to Beijing. Prices start at $2,589 per person.

Additionally, travelers between the ages of 12 and 65 can add an optional volunteer experience to their itinerary at the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda for an extra $365. This package includes roundtrip transfers from Chengdu, an English-speaking guide, and five hours interacting with pandas, feeding them and cleaning cages.

Agents can earn bonus commission if they book before Feb. 28, 2018, for travel between Oct. 1, 2017 and March 31, 2018.

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