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3-Day Xi’an Private Tour including Mt.Huashan, Terracotta Warriors, Farmers’ Caves, Muslim Quarter and City Wall

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Downtown Xian is easy to explore independently but getting out of the city is a challenge if you don’t speak Chinese. Treat yourself to a private guide and driver for three days’ door-to-door exploration. Besides the historic downtown sites and the Terracotta Warriors and Horses Museum, meet farmers at their cave homes, see the second terracotta army at Han Yan Ling Museum, and hike Mt. Huashan. Tour excludes accommodation.

Tour Code



3 Days/2 Nights

Day 1Xi’an Arrival

Attractions: The Museum of Qin Terra-cotta Warriors and Horses, Farmer’s Cave, Xi'an City Wall
Meal: Not Included
Hotel: Overnight in Xi’an

You will arrive at Terracotta Warriors Museum. Your tour guide will take you through every important figures, horses or weapons. By examining the terracotta figures discovered here, you can imagine how Qin soldiers looked like 2000 years ago. From the horse cart and weapons displayed, you will have an idea how these soldiers used to fight. If you look closely enough, you will discover that each figure has different facial expressions, which is very astonishing considering how many figures are there. Then, you will know how great this work must be and why the Terracotta Warriors Museum is regarded as the eighth wonder in the world.

Time to hunt for lunch. You will need to cover this fee on spot. Your tour guide will be happy to cater to your needs and find the suitable restaurant for you. Here are some local food you might be interested in: Chinese Hamburger, Baozi (steamed stuffed bun), Spicy soup, Tofu Jelly, Deep – fried dough sticks, Pita Bread Soaked in Mutton Soup, Biang Biang Noodles, Guokui, etc.. After Lunch, we will visit a local family lives in Traditional Cave Dwelling. Your tour guide will introduce to you why people like to live here.

Visit the Ancient City Wall, there are two choices available. You can either walk or ride a bike, or even take a golf car. This City Wall is the best preserved and most complete wall that has survived through China’s long history. It is about 12 meters high, 12 to 14 meters wide across the top and 15 to 18 meters thick at the bottom. The entire circumference is about 13.7 kilometers. It can take a while if you choose to walk all through


Day 2Xi’an

Attractions: Huashan Mountain
Meal: Not included
Hotel: Overnight in Xi’an

07:30 a.m: Meet your hiking tour guide and set out for the hiking tour. 09:00 – 15:30p.m: Mt.Huashan is located 120km southeast of Xian City.It takes around 2 hours to get there. You will have an adventure hiking tour. Mt. Huashan is praised as “the First Odd Mountain in the World”. It boasts five imposing peaks with sheer precipices and overhanging rocks. The east one is called the Peak of the Rising Sun which is the best location to view sunrise; the north one, the Peak of Cloud Terrace which is famous for cliffs on its three sides;the west one, the peak of Lotus; the south one, the Peak of Wild Geese which is the main peak and also the steepest of Mt.Hua shan with the elevation of 2,083meters; the Central one, the Peak of the Jade Maiden, which links the east, west and south peaks. Each presents a unique scenic beauty, surrounded by over 70 minor peaks. 17:30 p.m: Drop you off at your hotel.

Day 3Xi’an Departure

Attractions: Tomb of Emperor Jingdi (Hanyangling), Big Wild Goose Pagoda, Xi’an Bell Tower, Muslim Quarter
Meal: Not included

Get ready to be picked up by your smiley tour guide. 09:30 – 12:00p.m: Start your day tour with the only underground museum in China – Hanyangling Museum, also called Jingdi’s Tomb. It is located near the airport about 30km north of Xian City. This is a burial sight for Emperor Jingdi and his wife Empress Wangzhi. This tomb could be dated back to 2,100 years ago. You will see some of the funeral goods such as pottery figurines dated back to Han Dynasty, Luojing Stone that was used for measurement, and all kinds of stela inscribed with words.

Enjoy a Chinese lunch at somewhere local usually go. You will need to cover this expense on spot. You may try something different from what you had in the last day. 13:40 – 15:30p.m: Your afternoon tour will start with a visit to Big Wild Goose Pagoda. It’s locate inside the Da Ci En temple. It was built in Tang Dynasty to store all the Buddhism sutra and Buddhism figures that Xuan Zang has brought back from India. It’s the biggest and also the earliest square pagoda that has been built. Now, it has been remodeled and enlarged like a large park. In the sunny days, local people usually come here and relax themselves. If you come here at night, you will see local people dancing, singing, children running, fountain show performing, and various small stalls setting up for local snacks.

You will visit the Square of Bell & Drum Tower. These two towers are the landmarks of Xi’an as they were built in the very center of the city about 600 years ago. In ancient times, the bell and the drum were used to strike time in the morning and at dusk because people didn’t have clocks or watches, so there is a saying ‘Morning Bell and Dusk Drum’ in Chinese. The two towers are the name card of Xi’an, as they are the best preserved all around China.

Located in west of Bell Tower, Muslim Quarter was once a place just for Muslims migrated from other places. Hunt for local food, learn about folk art, and explore the mysterious Muslim culture, here is the right place. 17:20 p.m: Finish your day tour and be back to your hotel.

Price Includes

  • Local transportation with private vehicle and skilled driver
  • Experienced tour guide
  • Entrance fees as listed in the program
  • 2 nights accommodation(3 or 4 or 5-star depends on yourself)
  • Pick-up and send-off services at the beginning/end of the tour
  • 2 bottles of mineral water per person per day

Price Excludes

  • Flight/train tickets
  • Meals
  • Gratuities(optional)
  • Any optional programs/activities
  • Any services not mentioned