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3 Adventurous Things to Do in China

There’s more to see and do in China than just about any country on the planet. From the incredible ancient beauty of the Forbidden City to the spectacular modern sights of Shanghai, as well as breath-taking beaches, mountains and forests. It’s a country that has something for everyone. If you like tradition, culture and food, you will love visiting this country and try popular Chinese drinks and local foods. And however old you are, you will find great things to do in China. And particularly if you love adventure.

China offers activities and experiences that you won’t find anywhere else on Earth. So if you want a truly unique vacation, here are three adventurous things to do in China, along with the precautions you should take to ensure that you have a safe, as well as great, time.

Have a Great Wall Adventure

 

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Let’s face it, there’s one thing you absolutely have to do if you get the chance to visit China: visit the Great Wall. It’s the world’s most famous landmark. And while it can be seen from space, it’s even more awe-inspiring when you see it up close. To turn a visit to it into a once in a lifetime adventure, why not hike and camp along its route?

TAKEAWAY: The Great Wall of China is so vast. With a length of over 13,000 miles, you can’t possibly see it all. But the stretch known as the Jiankou Great Wall is particularly worth seeing, thanks to its well-preserved fortifications and well-maintained hiking route.

Experience the Himalayas

Your China vacation can really leave you feeling on top of the world, if you take an excursion into the Himalayas. Of course, you can’t climb Mount Everest itself without years of preparation. But if you are strong and healthy, you can opt for a Himalayan trek that takes you to the Everest base camp. This really is a once in a lifetime experience that will make you the envy of all your friends. And you’re sure to obtain spectacular photographs. En route, you’ll be able to see the stunning Rongbuk Monastery, which at an elevation of over 16,000 feet is the highest monastery on the planet.

Do the Huashan Plank Walk

 

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There’s nothing that gets the heart and adrenaline pumping like a traverse along the Huashan Plank walk near Mount Hua in the Shaanxi province. You’ll be high up in the mountains where oxygen is thin. And you’ll have to walk along thin wooden planks while holding onto ropes overhead. Obviously, this is something you shouldn’t try on your own, but you can join tours led by expert guides who ensure that the hike is as safe as possible, with safety harnesses in place. Nevertheless, this is a walk you should only do with the utmost care. You’ll have a smile on your face for days, if not years afterwards.

How to Prepare for a Chinese Adventure

It goes without saying that you need to be fit and in good health before attempting any of these unique adventures. And that you’ll need to be wearing the right clothing. It’s also essential that you have comprehensive health insurance in place, so look online to find good China health insurance coverage. This will allow you to compare policies and prices, allowing you to get the health insurance cover that’s perfect for the activities you plan to do, and your budget.

The Hushan Plank walk, Himalayan hikes and camping along the Great Wall of China are just some of the incredible adventures available to you in China, whether you’re there as a tourist, student or for work. Other adventures to consider include rafting down the incredibly picturesque Li River or taking a one-day hike through the Longji rice terraces, allowing you to see a slice of China that has changed little over the centuries. With the reassurance of the right health insurance policy behind you, there’s a world of adventure waiting for you in China.

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