Your tour starts with morning hotel pickup by your private guide and driver, and about a 1-hour drive to the Zhoukoudian Peking Man Site, a World Heritage Site.
The first complete Peking Man skull was discovered in 1929, and the fossils are thought to date back as far as 700,000 years. Take a look around the museum and other attractions at the site, then head to your next stop, the Stone Flower Cave, one of the largest caves in China
The extensive cave system was first discovered by a Buddhist monk in 1446 during the Ming Dynasty. Explore the caves with your guide by following along a boardwalk that winds through the chambers, which feature colorful lighting that shows the superb collection of stalactites, stalagmites, and other rock formations.
Your final stop is Lugou Bridge (Lugouqiao) or Marco Polo Bridge, built more than 800 years ago in the Jin dynasty and now the oldest bridge in Beijing. Marco Polo Bridge is considered an architectural masterpiece, as well as the place where the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937–1945) started in 1937, known as the Marco Polo Bridge incident.
Your tour ends with return to your hotel in Beijing after eight hours.