Inner Mongolia Grassland
culture and history of Inner Mongolia with this side trip
departing from Beijing
Inner Mongolia, China's northern border autonomous
region, features a long, narrow strip of land sloping from
northeast to southwest. It stretches 2,400 km from west to
east and 1,700 km from north to south. Inner Mongolia
traverses between northeast, north, and northwest China. The
third largest among China's provinces, municipalities, and
autonomous regions, the region covers an area of 1.18
million square km, or 12.3 percent of the country's
territory. It neighbors eight provinces and regions in its
south, east and west and Mongolia and Russia in the north,
with a borderline of 4,200 km.
DAY-BY-DAY DETAIDED ITINERARY:
Day 1 Beijing-Hohhot (by bullet train)
Take a newly operated bullet train
Beijing to Hohhot for just two hours to
Hohhot. Stay in Hohhot tonight and enjoy a night tour.
Day 2 Hohhot- Grassland (B,L,D)
After breakfast, drive to
the Hutenxile Grassland. After lunch, enjoy the horse-riding,
make sacrifice to Aobao, visit Herdsman's family, taste dairy
product and the finger mutton and watch the wresting.
Listen to Mongolian
songs and dances by the Campfire at night
with local people. Stay in a
famous Mongolian yurt.
Day 3 Grassland-Hohhot-Beijing (B,L, by
Get up in the early morning for the breathtaking sun-rising on
the grassland, followed by walking around the great grassland and enjoy the
blue sky, crystal lakes, unnamed flower. Drive back to Hohhot
after lunch. Visit Dazhao Monastery
and Five Pagoda Temple.
Take the bullet train back to Beijing.
"B" for breakfast, "L" for Lunch, "D" for dinner.
Inner-Mongolia Weekend Tour
distance from Beijing