That said, there are three ways to go up to Mutianyu Great Wall.
1) Taking chairlift to the Great Wall - to the 6th Watchtower ( or where you can take a toboggan down) 2) Walking up the Great Wall along the stone steps (like a mountain hike - 30 minute hike) - to the 10th or 8th Watchtower 3) Taking cable car up to the Great Wall - to the 14th Watchtower The Most Beautiful Part of Mutianyu Great Wall The hike from Watchtower No.
On the evening before your departure early next morning, you will get a call to your hotel room or a message at your hotel front counter by your tour guide to reconfirm your next morning's pickup time which is normally set around around am.
On the morning of your tour departure date, our tour guide will go to your hotel ahead of your pick-up time in the lobby, holding a sign with your name. If you need trekking sticks, please let us know in advance. Wearing pants and long-sleeves even in summer to hike through jungles and bushes. You are responsible for your travel insurance for your coverage of injury or accident. Be a green and responsible hiker, taking nothing but photos and leaving nothing but footprint. Travelers with chronic illnesses, such as heart disease, hypertension, chronic tracheitis, asthma, chronic nephritis, or arthritis, are not recommended to take this tour.
We had an absolutely perfect day with our tour guide - Rogin Luo - who took us for a hike along The Great Wall!
Rush hours in Beijing can cause serious traffic jam. Tour Beijing will not refund any losses due to missing or incorrect information.
We try our best to manage the traffic and keep your schedule. The cancellation fee is 10% of the total price if your cancellation is made more than 2 working days prior to the scheduled start of the tour.
With your personal tour guide, you will have more interaction with the locals which will enrich your travel experience in Beijing.
It is a non-shopping private tour and no Hidden Fee!