Grand Tour of China
Discover the distinctive and incomparable aspects of ancient and modern China, the world’s oldest civilisation, from its exotic culture to spectacular scenery and fascinating cities
Hong Kong (“Fragrant Harbour”) has much to offer visitors, with its mix of Chinese and cosmopolitan atmosphere, its expansive skyline, visually stunning harbour, limitless shopping opportunities, myriad restaurants and a backdrop of ceaseless bustling activity.
Now termed as Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, its early history was defined by its cession to Great Britain following the First Opium War that ultimately turned it into a major commercial and financial centre, its wealth and modernity contrasting with China’s slower development. The Colony was returned to China in 1997 but has managed to retain a degree of independence, but most importantly its unique bright character.
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Weather & Climate
In May, the ever-present humidity skyrockets and summer becomes hot and frequently wet. Expect temperatures then to average 28°C.
When to go
The best time to visit Hong Kong is in winter (October) and early spring (March), when temperatures average 17°C and the climate is mild and fresh.
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Capture the essence of each destination
An exceptional collection of small group tours and cruises around the world, with 2021 & 2022 departures.
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Enjoy a more intimate and sociable atmosphere, benefit from more personal attention from our guides and delve into your destination in more detail.
Make up for lost time...
We are delighted to unveil our new brochure - a practical summary of over 200 Jules Verne programmes for 2021 and beyond, our Travel Collection so to speak.
Within this compilation of travel arrangements we have sought to ‘amaze and surprise’ the first-time visitor and enthral the returning traveller.
Our latest edition of Highlights presents a new portfolio of great value tours worldwide offering a select range of concise, more affordable, itineraries.