About China River Cruises
A China river cruise on the Yangtze tops the bucket list for most sophisticated travelers. On most cruisetours, being on the ship is only part of the experience as tour companies spend time in Beijing and Shanghai before boarding. Once you're on the Yangtze, expect to see mysterious temples and pagodas, small towns and rural life and the dramatic scenery of Three Gorges.
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- 20+ Eateries, gratuities, WiFi & more included (over $600 in value)
- Cruises from $650 per person
- Flexible booking and cancellation policy
- 18+ Adults only sailings begin October 16th
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