There are currently no travel restrictions between Macau and Mainland China. Tourist visas are not being granted to visitors to Mainland China at this time. Upon entry, visitors are expected to quarantine in a central location from 7 to 14 days. The length may vary dependent on the country you are flying from and the city you are flying to.
It depends on what subject you are focusing on, however, most school groups visiting China for the first time opt to go for the classical destinations in the following locations
If it is not your first time visiting China we highly recommend travelling off-the-beaten-path with us to discover China beyond its ‘headlining’ destinations.
Because China is so large any time of the year is suitable to visit China. In the summer months the Northern regions are still cool, and in the winter months – southern parts of China – like Hong Kong and Guangzhou remain warm.
China’s largest cities have GDPs and standards of living comparable to Seoul, Tokyo and Singapore. Although there are many parts of China that are still developing most of the classical China ‘must-visits’ are located in China’s most developed cities. That is why a school trip to China that include all of the China classics is not cheap. However, if you’re willing to see a version of China that travelers rarely experience then we’re more than happy to take you off-the-beaten-path.