In 2008 when the world had its attention focused on Beijing for the Olympics, the Great Wall Adventure Club was right in the thick of the excitement. During that time, we were proud to be the official tour guides for numerous illustrious groups, including the members and families of the U.S. Softball team, the U.K. Swimming and Diving team, the Canadian Rowing team, and other Olympic groups from Russia, Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore. Of course, we were also widely used among the throngs of international fans who came to Beijing for the Olympics. Because of our expertise, NBC, for their own televised hike on the Great Wall, even enlisted our company to show them their way on the wall.
2022 Winter Games is the chance to extend our expertise to the guests from the world again. With our standard of excellence and service, we proudly welcome you to the 2022 Winter Olympic Games (Feb. 4-20) and 2022 Paralympic Games (March 4-13) in Beijing!
We are the only company that offers stand-alone Olympic hotel booking. We helped over 5,000 guests to book their hotel rooms for the 2008 Beijing Summer Games. Our rich experience make us confident to help you for the Winter Games. We guarantee decent rates and ensure you will enjoy the convenience and luxury during your holiday in Beijing.
Our fleets of professional drivers and quality vehicles are ready to hire for event transportation, airport/train station transfer, and tours. They are friendly, courteous, patient, and enjoy making friends from all of the world.
From the Great Wall to Terracotta Warriors, Panda Base, Three Gorges, and Tibet, our tour services cover all of China. China is a kaleidoscopic country that defies expectations. We will introduce the historical sites and cultural wonders suitable for you to visit in winter, and recommend local foods and the stories behind it.
We really enjoyed our time in Bejing and hope to return their one day to see all the things we did not see the first time. Thanks again for all of your help while we were there.
Sue and Ken Kretschman, 2008 Beijing Olympics visitor