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The Great Wall tour with Tonyhoo
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The Great Wall tour with Tonyhoo

By Peking Tours
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Instead of cramming into a crowded tour bus and sticking to a rigid tour schedule, you will explore the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall at your own pace on my private tour.we can Experience the Great wall of Mutianyu from different perspectives by helicopter

Ages 0-120
Duration: 6–10 hours
Start time: Check availability
Mobile ticket
Live guide: English, Chinese
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  • tour guide
What's not included
  • Lunch
  • Entry/Admission - Mutianyu Great Wall
  • Entry/Admission - Mutianyu Great Wall


Start:Multiple pickup locations offered.
    Hotel pickup offered
    During checkout you will be able to select from the list of included hotels.
      Airport pickup offered
      During checkout you will be able to select from the list of included airports.
      • Capital Airport, Shunyi, Beijing 101300 China
      • Nanyuan Airport, Beijing China
      End:This activity ends back at the meeting point.

        • Wheelchair accessible
        • Stroller accessible
        • Service animals allowed
        • Near public transportation
        • Infants must sit on laps
        • Infant seats available
        • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
        • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
        If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 232093P2

        • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
        • Not recommended for pregnant travelers
        • Most travelers can participate
        • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund
        • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate

        • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

        If you have questions about this tour or need help making your booking, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 232093P2

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        Itinerary
        • You'll get picked up
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        • Pass by
          Mutianyu Great Wall
        • 1
          Mutianyu Great Wall
          Stop: 30 minutes - Admission excluded
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        • 2
          Mutianyu Great Wall
          Stop: 60 minutes - Admission excluded
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        • You'll return to the starting point
        About the operator
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        • Peking Tours
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          Beijing, China
          Joined in December 2019
        • avoidTonyHoo
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          1.0 of 5 bubbles
          Terrible TOUR - Stay away from TONY HOO
          We agreed in the begining for 300 RMB but at the end of tour charged us 800 RMB. Avoid also the TEA place, where Tony is going to take you. (He worked with them).
          Written January 16, 2020
        • 1_travelman_2
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          Not recommended
          In the beginning tony was a really nice guy. We agreed a tour through forbidden city for 300 for two persons + 100 for both of us for entry tickets. The tour started really nice and we had a good talk with him. After the tour we went to a teaplace and tony stayed really quiet all of a sudden. After 10 minutes of silence he said lets talk about the price and he charged us 800 rmb instead of the what we have agreed in the beginning (300 rmb). Do not go to the tea place, because they just want to sell you poor qualitity tea for a really high price.
          Written January 16, 2020
        • Tonyyhu
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          5.0 of 5 bubbles
          Forbidden City
          The biggest ancient palace on the planet and the best preserved Chinese imperial palace, the Forbidden City was home to emperors of eth Qing and Ming dynasties. The layout and design of the nearly 1000 buildings in this palatial structure are representative of the best of traditional Chinese architecture. Go for a guided tour to really get the essence of the place.
          Written December 25, 2019
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        Jason
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        Jan 2020
        Published by jasonbillows
        我住在杭州。我是老师。我是英国人。Living and working in Hangzhou. Originally from the UK.
        I visited Beijing in the Chinese New Year in 2019/2020 with Tony Hoo。
        2019:Tony’s knowledge was incredible, he went into specific details about each part that we walked round and his English was really good. He was very funny as well and just my type of humor. Tony descriptions were so detailed that I could see he had been studying this great place for many years, but it wouldn’t be until the year after that I realised where and how. We stopped regularly for all the best photos stops with the best poses. When we reached the top, there was section where I had to make a wish for the upcoming year. Chinese people generally are not religious, but they are very superstitious and have a lot of good life values that western culture would benefit from. We finished the tour by stopping at the best Beijing duck restaurant in town. Only known with local knowledge and we started the meal with a small cup of bai jiu! Which translates to white wine but it isn’t like the white wine that we drink in the west, it’s a white spirit that I later learned to be the highest selling spirit in the whole world, with 99% of it being sold solely in China. We drank some bai jiu from a big jar that had a dead snake inside. A lot of the fine food and drinks that are consumed in china are supposed to contain many health benefits, bai jiu included! Tony and I would have one picture and drink together and then he left to carry on working.
        2020:I finished my food and explored a bit more of Beiing afterwards. We stayed in touch with Tony every so often during that year I was definitely keen to visit the great wall again because I knew his tour would better. Better knowledge and organisation about getting up there and back to Beijing. So, I booked in with him during the Chinese new year that has just passed and by this time I had broken up with Anna but brought I Chinese girl with me. I told Tony about the location of the hotel and he organised for a driver to pick us up in the morning. He sent an ex-military officer, big unit and looked hard as nails. Tony joined us on the way. It took us about 2 hours to get up to the wall. We bought some Chunghwa on the way which are considered China’s most representative brand of cigarettes. The tour was awesome, completely different route to one I had been on the year before and Tony had some great stories to tell again. We came across a person guarding a passage through in a certain part of the wall, just like the year before. Tony explained that these people were originally a tribe or family in the area, and they continue to guard places like this to ask for an entry fee to pass through; obviously higher price for foreigners. We stopped at an awesome restaurant on the way back and it was one of my favorites, roast fish! I have been to many roast fish restaurants in Hangzhou and one of the best parts about it is that they take the fish out of the tank in front of you. For many western people they might see this as ‘cruel’ but in fact it’s real life and I think it is good for everyone to understand where their food comes from. If you can’t process that you are eating something that twenty minutes ago was swimming around in the tank in front you of then you should probably do some research into becoming a vegan. Outside the restaurant there were many fish swimming in a tank. I was given a net and then able to pull the fish out of the tank before it was weighed. Tony took us to the kitchen at the back to make sure that they were going to cook the fish that we had pulled out and not an old one. The food was awesome, we ate, drank and shared some more stories before heading back to Beijing.
        Written February 8, 2020
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