China Homeland Tour
China Homeland Tour
ChinaOrientalTravel.com the leading tour operator of China has brought to you the China Homeland tour . Travel with our very best homeland tour operators and take the benefit of our various tour packages and trips that are especially planned for families who have adopted children from China and will surely make you and your loved ones fall in love with China and the Chinese culture. Our uniquely designed never-before-experienced Homeland Tours will delight you beyond your imagination. We also take you and your adopted child to a trip of the orphanages and heritage sites of China.
There are many reasons for bringing the adopted children on a homeland tour. The most important goal of the tours is to give adopted children a sense of pride in their Chinese identity. To connect with their home culture, to see where they came from and have some understanding where they came from, and without doing it in a heavy-handed way, show them what their life might have been.
A homeland tour group usually visits traditional tourist sites, such as the Great Wall or a panda reserve. Then the group disperses so families can go to orphanages where their children lived.
On a homeland tour, orphanage visit is the most important, adoptive parents and their child will be meeting with the orphanage director and nannies. They might have a chance to look at their child's adoption file, and to talk to the nannies that used to take care of the child. If they like, they can take the orphanage director and other staff out for a meal, and exchange gifts.
The other big feature of an orphanage visit is going to where an abandoned child was found. Many parents say their children were left in front of a police station or an orphanage, near a hospital or at a train station.
Our China Homeland Tour also includes some of the best locations of China that include:–
i) The Great Wall of China - This is now one of the Seven Wonders of the World . But many people do not know that the Great Wall of China is actually not one single wall but a series of smaller walls. We take you for a tour of this truly great wall that stretches for a huge distance of 8,851.8kms from Shanhaiguan in the east to Lop Nur in the west following an arc like shape that denotes the edge of Inner Mongolia. The Great Wall of China is sure to make you proud of your Homeland.
ii) The Sichuan Giant Panda Sanctuaries – In the eastern side of Mt. Qionglai is a complete natural reserve of the state that is the Sichuan Giant Panda Sanctuaries. Our trip to the Sichuan Giant Panda Sanctuaries is a 3 hrs drive away from Chengdu. It is a home to the world's endangered Giant Panda and not just that, the sanctuary is also the home of other similarly endangered species of the world like the snow leopard, the clouded leopard and the red panda. Your pride in your Homeland will be doubled after a visit there.
iii) The Summer Palace (Beijing) – The beautiful Summer Palace has the largest and best preserved Royal Park, is gracefully surrounded by enchanting landscapes and internally adorned with examples of ancient arts. The gardens of Summer Palace are of archetypal beauty and are considered to be one amongst the classical gardens of the world. Our special tour to this palace of the Chinese pride will surely make you elated.
i v) The Forbidden City or the Palace Museum - The Palace Museum is one of China 's all-inclusive museums in terms of history and archeology and is located at the heart of Beijing . This museum was established centering on the Forbidden City – a palace of the Qing and Ming Dynasties and all their treasures. The nearly 600 year old Forbidden City was the majestic palace of the Ming and Qing dynast rulers. Our exclusive trip there will bring nostalgic memories out the pages of your history book.
v) Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses - The great archeological excavation of Qin (221BC-206BC) Terra Cotta Warriors and Horses unfolded a strong army of altogether 7,000 life-size pottery soldiers, horses, chariots and weapons arranged in battle formations symbolically, guarding the tomb of Emperor Qin Shi Huang. Rarely is an archeological find actually a "discovery," as often labeled. Triumphs, when they come at all, follow years of careful research, exploration, and just plain dirty, dusty, digging. But what happened in 1974, a few miles outside of Xi'an, China, was very different. While digging a well, three brothers accidentally came upon one of the 20th century's greatest archeological treasures.
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