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Wuyishan China International Travel Service

Wuyi Shan, China
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About Wuyishan China International Travel Service
In 1999, Wuyishan was declared a UNESCO World Nature and Cultural Heritage Site. Wuyishan has beautiful physical scenery and an ancient, welcoming culture. Here you will find many historical sites, abundant natural resources, fresh air and the best “rock tea” (grown naturally in the mountains) in China. Walking in our peaceful and beautiful countryside is an amazing and memorable experience.
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Demongekko wrote a review Apr 2019
Ithaca, New York2 contributions
Jenny and her team helped me have a terrific experience individually tailored to my interests and requirements. I was traveling solo and was happy to find a small tour to meet up with. Jenny facilitated this and connected me with two other travelers with very similar tea and nature interests. Since I arrived separately at a later time, Jenny herself picked me up and was my personal guide for the whole first day! A local and experienced tour guide, she was a wealth of friendly information delivered with an amazing smile and attitude. The next day I met up with the other two guests and our shared guide Cherry who is also a friendly and experienced guide. We sweated and laughed our way up and down the gorgeous hills of Wuyi Mountain and, thanks to Cherry, were able to beat out the crowds to the bamboo rafts. Thanks to Cherry we also visited a fabulous tea workshop. She also gave us an amazing recommendation for dinner. Our second day was a little less aerobic ally intensive but the scenery and the tea was just as great! I had a free afternoon and evening visiting tea shops followed by a smooth drop off with a smile at the train station this morning. A friendly, experienced and well-well-organized team! Thank you Jenny and colleagues.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Australienkenner wrote a review Oct 2018
Cologne, Germany88 contributions39 helpful votes
I first contacted Jenny at Wuyishan CITS by email (wuyishancits@126.com) several weeks before my trip. From the start the communication was very easy. We also connected via WeChat which made communicating before and during my visit even easier. Jenny took into account all my wishes for my two-day itinerary, but at the same time used all her experience to draw up a schedule which avoided the crowds as much as possible. On the day of my arrival at Wuyishan East Railway Station Jenny contacted me via WeChat and help me tell the bus driver exactly where to drop me off in Wuyishan. Shortly after I was dropped off in Wuyishan, Jenny arrived, took me to my hotel and helped me with check-in. On the next day, the first of my two days touring Wuyishan and its surroundings, Jenny picked me up with her own car (which was very nice and comfortable). Our first stop was the Dahongpao Scenic Area. We entered the so-called "Tea Valley" from the end not visited by the large Chinese tour groups and took a very leisurely two-hour walk through the valley, admiring the beautiful scenery and tea plants along the way. We also stopped along the way and were invited to drink tea with a local that Jenny knew. After our stop we continued our walk through the valley. Only at the very end did we encounter the Chinese tour groups - just as Jenny had said they entered the valley from the other end and only walked in 20 minutes before turning around. After finishing our visit to the Tea Valley, Jenny invited me to her uncle's house for lunch. Her aunt cooks every day for both the family and their employees and I was invited to join them. The food was delicious and I felt very honored to be invited into the family home. After a little rest at the hotel, Jenny picked me up again in the afternoon for Bamboo Rafting. We took the public bus to the start. Jenny had purchased my ticket in advance and she helped me with the procedure of finding five other people to share the raft with. The drift down the river on the raft was very relaxing and the scenery was absolutely stunning. The whole trip took about one and a half hours and Jenny picked me up again at the end with her car and drove me back to town. One suggestion would be that if you are interested in the commentary provided by the men stearing the rafts and you don't understand Chinese, you should ask Jenny to go on the rafting trip with you. You would have to pay for an extra ticket of course, but you would also learn more about the sights along the way. I hadn't thought of this beforehand, but I was also just happy sitting back, enjoying the scenery and snapping some photos. In town we then took a little walking tour around the river promenade and into the adjoining streets of Wuyishan. Jenny also introduced me to some local snacks and invited me to have tea at her office before showing me a simple restaurant for dinner and helping me to order before leaving me for the rest of the evening. On the next morning Jenny picked me up again with her car and we drove to Longchuan Grand Canyon. This was a stop which I had particularly requested and I wasn't disappointed by it either. We hiked up the valley along a beautiful stream, stopping many times along the way for me to take photos. When we reached a stall selling fresh fruit and all sorts of other things at a little rest area, we took a break and since Jenny knew the vendor we got to try some of the fruit for free. Very nice! From the top of the canyon we took a bus down the hill and at the bottom we ran into another of Jenny's friends who works at the Longchuan Grand Canyon and who invited us to yet more tea. I loved it! Back in town I invited Jenny to lunch before taking a much needed break at the hotel. At 3 p.m. Jenny picked me up again and took me to Tianyoufeng Scenic Area by car. We parked a little bit down the road from the entrance and took a slight detour which offered some very spectacular views which I would have missed if I had done this on my own. After enjoying the views at Tianyoufeng Scenic Area Jenny dropped me back off in town. Jenny also offered to take me to Wuyishan North Railway Station in the morning. This was very much appreciated since the alternative would have been taking a very slow bus. The Wuyishan North seems to be far more difficult to reach than Wuyishan East and I would recommend booking a train that stops at the latter. All in all I had a great time with Jenny in Wuyishan. She was the best guide I could have wished for. She is a fountain of knowledge, her English is very good and she clearly loves interacting with foreigners and showing them around Wuyishan. She went far beyond what was included in the tour and made my visit to Wuyishan truly the best experience of my two weeks in China! I cannot recommend her highly enough! Also the price was very competitive at just 1750 RMB for two full day of touring Wuyishan including Jenny's services as a guide, all entrance fees and transport (except the bus at Longchuan).
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Date of experience: November 2017
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Teresa C wrote a review Oct 2016
Canberra, Australia14 contributions10 helpful votes
The minute I sent an email to Jenny I knew she would provide an awesome tour. Jenny is quick to respond, clearly explains what's available and other options and is totally professional. When I arrived, I was treated like family. Between her and Jack, they showed me a very special side of Wuyi Shan and especially their tea plantations, an interest of mine. When I was confronted with some accomodation issues, they quickly came to the rescue. Both Jenny and Jack are awesome tour leaders and I had the most amazing experience. I would definitely recommend them both and would not hesitate to return to their warm hospitality.
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Date of experience: May 2016
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