China family holiday in Sichuan
Description of China family holiday in Sichuan
This trip can be tailor made throughout the year to suit your requirements
We can cater for vegetarian and vegan diets.
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PlanetThis tour will transport you to an eclectic and culturally significant range of heritage sites that date back to ancient times and it will also take you to unique places of natural beauty in Sichuan province,such as Leshan Giant Buddha Statue and Qingcheng Mountain... All of our tours maintain a great respect for the cultural and natural surroundings in which we visit and travel, and we have opted to use only essential methods of public or private transport for this itinerary.
We will carry out a 4—5 hour walking tour in Mt.Qingcheng, trekking on foot of course with lower impact on the environment.
We try to seldom use vehicle except necessary on the tour. We actively encourage all customers to take public transport, or rent a bike, or just walk around the town in free time. So we could ensure that our transport is as low carbon as possible.
Using of water bottles instead of disposable plastic bottles. Giving a water bottle each would be a good idea to encourage travelers to avoid using plastic bottles.
Flora and fauna:
We encourage travelers to take care of their waste by carrying a plastic bag, so that they do not dispose them anywhere. Moreover, to minimize waste by not consuming unnecessarily during the hiking.
It is advocated to recycle paper and ink cartridges to reduce the waste in landfill sites. We turn off printers, computers, battery chargers and transformers at the end of each day and use energy-efficient bulbs and low-energy appliances.
PeopleWherever possible, we use locally-owned guesthouses, hotels, restaurants, and services to ensure that local communities and business prosper in a highly competitive market. Please be aware that we will be exposed to range of different cultures, ethnic groups and people of different religious beliefs and that we should be respectful of their needs at all times.
Accommodation and Meals:
We carefully choose to stay in the hotel which is locally owned with simpler stylesl. We endeavor to include and strongly encourage our travelers to eat locally produced food and goods. This reduces energy resources consumed through production and transport of the food and goods purchased by our travelers.
A fair wages to local guides and drives:
We use all local guides and drivers so that we learn about the culture and way of life directly from those who live it and put money into local hands and economies. All receive fair wages and are provided with training opportunities both direct from us and from the local tourism bureau. Our guides are also responsible for advising travelers of the appropriate recycling options available in each place.
Travelling with respect:
It should be emphasized that the area is a residential place for the locals, not only an attraction. Hence, it is critical for travelers not to make unnecessary noise and mess around the area. Similarly, for the locals, they could welcome travelers by talking to them about histories and the cultures.