Chinese Kungfu Tour 2024

Shaolin Kung Fu Immersion Experience
Our Chinese Kungfu Tour offers an immersive Shaolin Kung Fu program in China. Choosing the right martial arts school can be challenging without the guidance of our tour. Our tour has two main purposes: to help you find the perfect school for yourself, your friends, or your family, and to explore the world of Chinese martial arts. In China, you'll find both reputable Shaolin Kung Fu schools and some that are not up to par. Learning Kung Fu requires a significant investment of time and money, which is why we organize summer and winter tours every year. These tours provide an opportunity to gather information before you commit to a Kung Fu class. Additionally, we have specially designed Kung Fu classes that can be added to your trip, allowing you to learn while visiting the birthplace of Shaolin Kung Fu. Our tour will guide you on how to choose an authentic Shaolin Kung Fu class in China.

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Two Highly Recommended Kung Fu Schools to Visit on This Tour

Shaolin Tagou Martial Art School, a licensed Kung Fu School, spans over a vast area of 550,000 square meters, which is equivalent to 39 standard football grounds. The outdoor training venues alone cover a space equivalent to 38 standard football grounds. The school boasts 19 large gymnasiums, 400 classrooms, and well-equipped ancillary facilities such as multimedia laboratories, biochemical laboratories, computer rooms, and libraries. Currently, the school accommodates over 25,000 students and teachers. It has a remarkable track record of participating in more than 500 martial arts competitions both domestically and internationally.

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Shaolin YunTai Mountain International Culture and Martial Arts School

We will now visit the YunTai Mountain International Culture and Martial Arts School, our second destination for exploring Kung Fu schools. Situated in a vast geological park amidst the Yuntai Mountains, this school holds a special significance for its founder, the esteemed trainer Mr. Xie. Nestled in the heart of nature, far away from bustling cities, it provides an ideal setting to learn Shaolin Kung Fu and practice martial arts. Imagine sitting on a rock, observing butterflies and listening to the soothing melodies of birds. It's a place where you can train, rest, and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature, surrounded by captivating rock formations, canyons, breathtaking waterfalls, and tranquil streams.

Tour Highlights - The Shaolin Temple

Shaolin temple, located in Mount Song in Henan province, was built in 495 Ad originally for Indian monks to do Buddhist missionary work. It has a long history. Different from those in common temple, the monks in Shaolin temple practice martial arts besides practicing buddhism. In Shaolin temple, there are a lot of original buildings which are widely distributed. Shanmen hall (the entrance of the temple) is the building at the very front. It was the emperor of the Qing Dynasty who wrote the three Chinese characters “Shao Lin Li” (Shao Lin Temple). In the hall of heavenly king, the mahavira hall and the hall of one thousand buddhas etc., statues of important buddhas are enshrined. Not far to the west of the temple is the Pagoda forest. These ancient pagodas are tombs of Buddhist dignitaries through the ages. And there are over 200 of them.

7-Day Tour Itinerary:

2023 Winter Camp Time:

Join us for our winter camp, available in 7-day or 14-day sessions from December 15, 2023, to January 7, 2024. You have the option to customize your program or choose from our standard offerings. Check out the cost of the 2023 Winter Camp by clicking here.

2024 Summer Camp Time:

Experience an amazing summer camp from June 5 to August 20, 2024. Select from sessions lasting 7, 14, 21, or 28 days. Our summer camp programs can be tailored to meet your specific needs or you can opt for our standard programs. Learn more about the cost of the 2024 Summer Camp by clicking here.

How Much Does Kung Fu Training Cost?

Kung Fu training costs include tuition fees and living expenses. For short-term Shaolin Kung Fu training, you can pay on a monthly basis. The initial monthly tuition fee is around $590, with discounts available for subsequent months. For instance, the second month costs $540, the third month is $490, and the fourth month is $450. Long-term Shaolin Kung Fu training students pay for their training annually. The first year costs $5980, the second year is $5520, and the third year is $4320. This cost covers training, meals, lodging, administration, training uniforms, and even a free sword. You won't have to pay any additional fees for using training facilities related to your classes, such as Shaolin weapons.

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