20th January 2012

Monday 23rd January 2012 marks the Chinese New Year, offering you the chance to organise a school trip to China during the year of the Dragon.

The Chinese zodiac consists of 12 animal signs, and 2012 is the year of the dragon—representing power, success and happiness. The dragon is a creature of myth and legend and in ancient china, the dragon represents an emperor.  15 days of celebration in China will be filled with traditions, festivals, activities, food and dance. Chinese New year is typically a time to welcome good things in life such as endurance, wealth, strength, success and joy. However, it also gives a rare moment where everybody involved can eliminate anything negative from their past and celebrate moving onto a new year of the Dragon.

School trips to China are a fantastic experience, so why not organise a school trip to China during the year of the Dragon?  With school trips available to Beijing and Xian, your group will be able to experience the unique culture of China, and offer a once in a lifetime opportunity to visit some of the most iconic symbols of China including the Great Wall of China, Terracotta Army and Birds Nest Stadium.


Contact Adaptable Travel to organise your school trip to China during the year of the Dragon.

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