China is huge and so are the climatic differences between the areas. She is a year-round destination; the months of May, September, and October are ideal months for travel anywhere in the country.
Planning a china travel, you’d better know the peak travelling season in this big country:
1. National Holiday (Nov. 1- Nov 7 each year)
2. Spring Festival (Lunar Jan)
3. Student holiday: winter holiday in Jan and Feb; summer holiday in July and Aug
Peak season are always the top period for travelers home and abroad; China Village Tour suggests that you avoid these periods since it is some hard to get ticket of trains or planes; and the cost for accommodations are on high side as well as the crowds in every scenic spots. If you time range falls these category, please use a reliable tour operator, who can manage everything in nice pace during peak season.
The months of March and April are the lower priced shoulder-season; while the lowest price, off-season travel, is from November through the winter months. This is when adventuresome travelers are rewarded with quite low prices and far fewer fellow tourists.
Featured Destinations by Seasons: Southern China shows the best scenery in spring; while Yangtze River Cruise, Jiuzhaigou, Wuyishan are the top choices for travelling in hot summer days; autumn is the best to thoroughly visit China, from the vast western part Xinjiang, Tibet to the northern China; In winter season, view the icing world on Yellow mountain or just have a ski tours in Harbin and join the Harbin Ice and Snow Festival; want a beach holiday in winter? Go to Sanya!