Panda Keeper Small Group Tours


What you can expect: The conservationist in you will be screaming to visit the Dujiangyan Panda Base where you can enroll in the Panda Keeper Program and take as many photos as you want next to a Panda. This is a rare, perhaps a lifetime chance to get very near to a Panda and hold one in your arms. Unfortunately, there is a daily quota of about sixty volunteers for the Panda Keeper Program, and twenty for taking photos. Therefore, it is prudent to inquire and make early bookings to avoid any inconveniences and disappointments. Bookings are available on a first come, first serve basis. Check the availability of dates beforehand and time your visit to coincide with your booking. But what can you do when you visit the Dujiangyan Panda Base? You can feed a Panda with your hands, clean its enclosure, watch a special documentary detailing its life cycle, make panda cakes of various sizes, and receive a certificate showing your love for Panda. Taking part in the Dujiangyan Panda base at the China conservation and research center for the giant panda (CCRCGP) is an exceptional experience. This activity will earn you first hand experience of what these rare species are all about. You will get an opportunity to care for and bond with them with the help of your guide. Your general itinerary will convey more of this. It is also important to note that the activities of the day may change or get adjusted depending on transportation, weather or your needs. Time schedule for panda keeper program: 7 a.m.   This is the allocated time for pick up so be prepared. It will allow you ample time to spend with the Pandas. Your guide will call your hotel a day in advance to confirm the pick up […]

1-Day Panda Keeper tour at Dujiangyan

What you can expect: The conservationist in you will be screaming to visit the Dujiangyan Panda Base where you can enroll in the Panda Keeper Program and take as many photos as you want next to a Panda. This is a rare, perhaps a lifetime chance to get very near to a Panda and hold one in your arms. Unfortunately, there is a daily quota of about sixty volunteers for the Panda Keeper Program, and twenty for taking photos. Therefore, it is prudent to inquire and make early bookings to avoid any inconveniences and disappointments. Bookings are available on a first come, first serve basis. Check the availability of dates beforehand and time your visit to coincide with your booking. But what can you do when you visit the Dujiangyan Panda Base? You can feed a Panda with your hands, clean its enclosure, watch a special documentary detailing its life cycle, make panda cakes of various sizes, and receive a certificate showing your love for Panda. Taking part in the Dujiangyan Panda base at the China conservation and research center for the giant panda (CCRCGP) is an exceptional experience. This activity will earn you first hand experience of what these rare species are all about. You will get an opportunity to care for and bond with them with the help of your guide. Your general itinerary will convey more of this. It is also important to note that the activities of the day may change or get adjusted depending on transportation, weather or your needs. Time schedule for panda keeper program: 7 a.m.   This is the allocated time for pick up so be prepared. It will allow you ample time to spend with the Pandas. Your guide will call your hotel a day in advance to confirm the pick up […]

US$ 299