Hainan Seaside Tour

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Introduction Different from other provinces, Hainan is the second largest ocean island and the smallest land province in China. Although scenery in Hainan lacks the grandness of the Great Wall and the mystery of the Terra-Cotta Warriors, its natural beauty has gained..

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Tour Length: 4-7 days Optional
 
Tour Price: $600-$1100
 
Departing Date: Daily
 
Departing Cities: Beijing, Shanghai, Haikou
 
Guide Language: English
 
Accommodation: 3-5 star hotels
 
Tour Introduction
Different from other provinces, Hainan is the second largest ocean island and the smallest land province in China. Although scenery in Hainan lacks the grandness of the Great Wall and the mystery of the Terra-Cotta Warriors, its natural beauty has gained a good reputation among the visitors and has been widely known around the world. People call it "the Oriental Hawaii".
 
Tour Highlights
Sanya
For most visitors, Sanya is a noted tourist resort with mountains, sea, river and city. The favorable climate is hot in summer but warm in the three other seasons so attracting large numbers of followers from both home and abroad every year. The whole of Sanya is related to the sea. Here you can enjoy a unique tropical oceanic landscape that is totally different from the other provinces of China.
 
TIanyahaijiao Scenic Area
Tianya Haijiao, a romantic and beautiful scenic spot, lies to the west of Sanya City. It receives many visitors from home and abroad every year since its open in 1988. Tianya Haijiao means 'the furthermost part of the sky and the sea' in Chinese, suggesting an unattainable place, and it attracts thousands of young lovers from every corner of the world to hold their wedding ceremonies here.
 
Yarlong Bay
Yalong Bay boasts unparalleled beauty. The 7.5-kilometer (4.7- mile) long, crescent-shaped bay is one of the famous scenic spots in Hainan Province.With the average temperature a pleasant 25.5C all year-round, Yalong Bay is situated in the southernmost part of Hainan Province. The scenery is amazing, with endless rolling hills, serene gulfs, clear blue sea and silvery sand beaches--three times as long as any in Hawaii.
 
Haikou
Haikou, known also as the 'Coconut City', is the capital of Hainan Province, China's second largest island. The city is the provincial administrative center of Hainan as well being the focus of the local economy, culture and transportation. Haikou stands at the northern end of Hainan Island, on the west bank of the Nandu River estuary. This river is the longest on the island and the city's name appropriately means 'Mouth of the Sea'.