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There are an uncountable number of cruises in China and they are for the most part truly amazing. There are large cruises such as cruises on the Yangtze River through the Three Gorges and smaller cruises such as the cruise down the Li River from Guilin to Yangshuo. For each type of cruise there are dozens of variations available and it is best to do research, or talk to your tour operator for suggestions.

For each cruise you can choose embarkation point, excursions, cruise length, boat type, and boat company. There are a lot to choose from and there is always a cruise which meets your needs. A professional China Tour Operator is the best choice because they will have all of the information available, and you can avoid the profit markup by the travel companies in your home country.

For the smaller cruises it is best to bring along some snacks and bottled water with you because if food is offered, it is not always the best and bottled water is usually expensive onboard. Sunscreen is a must for any cruise. The sun's rays reflected on the water, combined with normal sun's rays can give you sunburn much quicker than on the land. Sunscreen is not always available in the shops, so it is best to bring sunscreen with you from home.

Cruises in China are amazing and are a wonderful break from all of the hiking you will do on your China tour. Look into them; you'll be glad you did.

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