China Service Learning Tours

This is country that offers so much to learn about both its storied past and burgeoning present. China is an ancient country with a civilization steeped in history and legend. Evidence of a long succession of imperial dynasties survives in countless historic structures and artifacts, such as the Great Wall of China, the Forbidden City, the Terracotta Army and myriad palaces and temples of cultural significance. At the same time, China is the most populous country in the world and it has the second largest economy. It's numerous huge cities are teeming with industry and face emblematic pitfalls of economic progress like pollution, deforestation and endangered wildlife. There are volunteering opportunities to help threatened species to survive and thrive. And no service learning trip to China would be complete without visiting some of the major sites of historical and cultural importance.

China Volunteering Abroad Trips


  • Roundtrip airfare
  • Deluxe motorcoach transportation
  • City tours of Beijing, Chengdu, Bifengxia, Lijiang, Dali, Kunming and Shanghai 
  • See sights such as: the Great Wall, Bifengxia National Park, Bifengxia Panda Breeding Center, Jade Dragon Snow Mountain, the Museum of Naxi Dongba Culture, the Baisha Mural Paintings, Stone Forest, the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum, Huangpu River, and so much more!
  • Participate in learning classes at Dali University and other locations
  • Community service work with Pandas!
  • Meals
  • Local activities

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Client Testimonials

Just wanted to let everyone know how great it was to work with Four Winds Tours and especially Rishi Kumar. We took 40 high school seniors to Boston, MA on a college tour trip in March 2023. We went to see Northeastern University; Boston University and Harvard.

The tours were very informative and everything was planned perfectly. Our driver was exceptional and tuned into the students with what they would like as far as music and sights. His name was Fun, and he definitely was. He was so accommodating and friendly, that it was like he was on the trip …

--Louise B

Leon M. Goldstein High School for the Sciences, Northeastern University; Boston University and Harvard University, May 2023