Chengdu Tours

Customize Your Trip to the Real China

Take one of our Chengdu tour packages to enjoy the colorful diversity that Chengdu has to offer.

Chengdu is famous for being the hometown of giant pandas. Meeting the world's most famous endangered bears is a must for any Chengdu tour. However, Chengdu is much more than that. Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan Province, has been known as "the Land of Abundance" since ancient times, offering rich cultural, historical, and natural treasures.

When enjoying our Chengdu tours, you can get up close to the fluffy bears, taste the spicy food, admire the Leshan Giant Buddha, experience the laid-back lifestyle of local Chengdu people, watch the mysterious Sichuan face-changing opera show, explore the picturesque natural beauty of Jiuzhaigou Valley, or learn to play mahjong like a local at Renmin Park.

Our Chengdu tour experts have thoughtfully designed a selection of Chengdu tours to cater to different preference, including Chengdu panda tour, Chengdu family tour, Chengdu senior tour, Chengdu food tour, etc. The following Chengdu tours can be customized to meet your interests.

What Our Customers Say?

Chengdu Tour
8 of us travelled with Easy Tour through China for two weeks. We went from Beijing to Xi'an, to Chengdu, to Zhangjiajie, to Shanghai. It was a fantastic tour that made the most of every second we were there. Jackie was supportive before we arrived, adjusting the itinerary to add an additional person and constantly available to answer questions and provide support wherever needed. >> read more
- JanuaryLorman
Chengdu Tour to Panda Base
Our trip to China was fantastic, enjoyable and enthralling. Our China experience was much more than we expected. Thanks to Charlie every aspect of our holiday exceeded our expectations. Every component of the trip worked perfectly, all guides were helpful, informative and a pleasure to be with. All were always punctual and respectful. All drivers were on time and safe drivers. >> read more
- Judith, Austrlia

1. When is the Best Time to Visit Chengdu?

Chengdu receives a lot of rainfall, and most days are cloudy with occasional sunshine. The best time to visit Chengdu is from March to June and from September to November, excluding the Labor Day holiday (May 1-3/5) China National Day holiday (Oct. 1-7). Click to learn more details about Chengdu weather by month.

2. Where is the Best Place to Meet Giant Pandas?

There are 4 panda bases in and around Chengdu, including the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding, Dujiangyan Panda Base, Wolong Giant Panda Nature Reserve, and Bifengxia Panda Base. Each of them has unique features. Among them, the Chengdu Panda Base is the closest to downtown Chengdu. Dujiangyan and Wolong panda bases offer a panda volunteer program.

3. What are the Best Things to Do in Chengdu?

Here are the highlights and top things to do in Chengdu:

  • Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding (shortly Chengdu Panda Base): The largest giant panda conservation base in the world. Only about 30 minutes’ drive from downtown.
  • Leshan Giant Buddha: The world’s biggest stone Buddha statue at 233 feet (71 meters) in height.
  • Mount Qingcheng: Kung Fu Panda Po’s hometown, and one of the birthplaces of Taoism with beautiful scenery and ancient temples.
  • Sanxingdui Museum: The most important ancient remains of the Sichuan region unveiling the mysterious Kingdom of Shu.
  • People's Park: The best spot for you to experience the laid-back lifestyle like a local. Drinking tea in a local teahouse, playing mahjong, dancing, etc.

  • 4. How many days do I need for a Chengdu tour?

    If you have only one full day in Chengdu, consider visiting Chengdu Panda Base in the morning when the giant pandas are at their most active. Then enjoy the afternoon leisurely, such as sipping a cup of tea in the People’s Park and eating spicy local foods at Jinli Street.

    If you have 2 to 4 days in Chengdu, or meet the requirements of the 144-hour visa free policy, you can take a tour from Chengdu to Mount Qingcheng, Leshan Giant Buddha, Mount Emei, or Jiuzhaigou Valley.

    If you have 5 or more days, you can enjoy a deeper exploration of the enchanting land of Sichuan Province. Explore the snow-capped Four Girls Mountain, the ice waterfall at Haiguolou, heavenly Xinduqiao Town, the exotic Tibetan culture, etc.