3 Days Wudang Mountain Tour

Wudang mountain is the birthplace of Taoism and Wudang martial arts. While Wuhan city is the most convenient gateway to Wudang mountain with four-hour high speed train. During this tour, we will visit the highlights of Wuhan, such as Hubei Provincial Museum, Yellow Crane Tower, etc. Besides, we will also explore the famous Taoist holy place – Wudang Mountain.


  • Visit the highlights of Wuhan city: Guiyuan Temple, Heptachord Terrace, Hubei Provincial Museum, etc.
  • Explore the famous Taoist holy place – Wudang Mountain.

Brief Itinerary

  • Day 1: Wuhan Arrival
  • Day 2: Wuhan
  • Day 3: Wuhan – Wudangshan
  • Day 4: Wudang Mountain
  • Day 5: Wudangshan Departure

Detailed Itinerary



Day 3 Arrive in Wudangshan

Sightseeing and Activities: Yellow Crane Tower
Accommodation: Wudangshan
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Welcome to Wudangshan, the No.1 Taoist Mountain in China! Our local guide and driver will meet you at the train station / airport and then escort you to your hotel. The rest of today is free on your own to explore this mysterious place.

Arrival Ideas: (a) Shiyan Wudangshan Airport is about 30km to Wudang Mountain. It has flights from/to Wuhan, Xian, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Chongqing, Kunming, Chengdu and more cities to Wudangshan Airport. (b) Shiyan Railway Station is 36.5km to Wudang Mountain which has high speed trains linking with Wuhan (around 2-2.5 hours). (c) While Wudangshan Railway Station is about 15km to Wudang Mountain with trains connecting with Wuhan for about 2.5 hours.

Evening Activity Suggestion: In this evening, you can enjoy an optional show “A Dream of Wudang” which will be performed during 20:00-21:10 at Taiji Theater (pay on your own at the spot). 

Day 2 Wudang Mountain

Sightseeing and Activities: Wudang Museum, Prince Slope (Taizi Po), Purple Cloud Palace, Nanyan Temple, Fantasy Wudang(optional)
Accommodation: Wudangshan
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch

Prince Slope (Fuzhenguan) in Mount Wudang

In the morning, head to visit Wudang Museum first, getting a better understanding of Kung Fu, Taoism and local customs.

Then take a tourist bus to Prince Slope (Taizi Po). First built during the Ming Dynasty, it consists of a five-storey Prince Tower, the Needle-Grinding Well, a pond, as well as a scripture hall. Afterwards move on to Purple Cloud Palace, a Taoist temple of the Wudang Mountains Taoist complex.

At last, continue your visit to Nanyan Temple, the “Taoist sacred ground”. There are about 150 buildings such as palaces, housing for Taoists, temples and pavilions.

In this evening, enjoy an optional show “Fantasy Wudang” at Wudangshan Theater (paid by yourself).

Day 3 Wudangshan Departure

Sightseeing and Activities: Qiongtai Palace, Tianzhu Peak, Golden Palace, Taihe Temple and Chaotian Temple, Carefree Valley
Meals: Breakfast

Golden Palace in Mount Wudang

Today we will head to visit Qiongtai Palace first, the starting point of cable car. During the Ming and Qing dynasties, it was enlarged for 24 Tao sanctuaries and hundreds of temple rooms.

Then take a cable car to Tianzhu Peak – the highest peak in Wudang at 1,612 meters and visit Golden Palace. Built in the 14th year of the Yongle Period in the Ming Dynasty, it is one of the most popular highlights of Wudangshan tour. Afterwards walk to appreciate Taihe Temple and Chaotian Temple.

At last, take a cable car down the hill and move on to enjoy martial arts performance at Xiaoyao Valley.

After all the tour, be escorted to the airport or train station for your next destination. Service ends.

Service Included:

  • Admission fees for all of the sightseeing spots listed in the itinerary;
  • Meals as listed in the itinerary;
  • Hotels as listed in the itinerary;
  • Private English-speaking tour guide;
  • Private vehicle for transfers & sightseeing with skilled driver;
  • Service charge & government taxes;
  • Luggage transfers between airports and hotels;
  • Domestic train tickets of soft sleeper.

Service Excluded:

  • Any arrival and departure international airfares or train tickets;
  • Chinese visa fees;
  • Excess baggage charged by Airlines;
  • Single room supplement;
  • Tips to guides and drivers;
  • Personal expenses and gratuities to service staff;
  • Personal travel accident insurance;
  • All optional programs.