PanAsia2019 Postlube Yangtze River Hash Cruise

On November 11, 2019
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The Yangtze River Hash Cruise is a 13 night/14day all-inclusive hash event on board the Viking Ship Emerald sailing, hashing and touring with Hashers through Shanghai, Wuhan, up the Yangtze River through Three Gorges, to Chunqing, with connections, hotel rooms and tours in Xian and Beijing . This PostLube event is being offered after PanAsia 2019. It starts with a flight from Zhangjiajie (DYG) Airport (where PanAsia just finished) and flies to Shanghai on 11 Nov 2019, where your land package starts.  Includes 3 meals per day, champagne & mimosas for breakfast, beer & wine with lunch & dinner on board, 12 daytours, 5 hash runs, 2 Pub Crawls and you don't have to pack your bags each day! Prices start at $3727 per person with additional $799 and up for round trip air fare from your home country Prices good through Oct 2018. Book now, for I expect this cruise to fill up completely.

View modern & imperial landscapes

This Cruise and Land Package deepens your understanding of China’s imperial history and forward-thinking modernity on one wide-ranging cruisetour. Gaze upon Shanghai's cutting-edge skyline. Step inside the massive Three Gorges Dam. Admire emerald-draped cliff faces and hushed monasteries during a tranquil Yangtze river cruise. Marvel at 8,000 ancient Terra Cotta Warriors, each distinctly carved. And trace timeworn steps along the Great Wall. Join us on this most enlightening of journeys.

Call Viking River Cruises at 888-663-8454 and refer to Booking #5098349. Whether you have cruised before or this is your first cruise, please link your reservation to this booking number and This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. so that I can add you to the announcements, updates and get your goodie bag prepared.

Doing anything with Hashers is always more fun!!



Day by Day

11 Nov

Shanghai, China

The metropolis and financial center of Shanghai orbits around its famous Bund, an elegant riverfront promenade overlooked by colonial-era banks.






Shanghai, China

The largest city in China and one of the world’s most important ports, Shanghai began as a tiny fishing village 5,000 years ago.






Wuhan, China

Wuhan, an historic city and important commercial center, is divided by the Yangtze and Han Rivers.






Wuhan, China

One of the most important cities of China’s Republican Revolution, this capital of Hubei province is a gateway to the Yangtze Gorges.






Jingzhou, China

Within Jingzhou, ancient Ying’s city walls, gates and watchtowers help Jingzhou strike a dramatic pose on the Yangtze’s banks.






Wu Gorge, China

At 25 miles long, Wu Gorge is a breathtaking canvas of forest-covered mountains, sheer cliffs, rising mist and cascading waterfalls.






Three Gorges, China

Part of the Three Gorges system on the Yangtze River, Wu Gorge is perhaps the most beautiful stretch in the river.






Shibaozhai, China

Shibaozhai Temple (Precious Stone Fortress) is a gem of Chinese architecture.






Chongqing, China

Perched on steep hills where the Yangtze and Jialing Rivers meet, Chongqing was one of the Allies’ three World War II headquarters.






Xian, China

Over 3,100 years old, Xian rivals Egypt and Greece as the birthplace of civilization; its peak came during the glorious Tang Dynasty.






Beijing, China

The third most populous city in the world, Beijing is a major political and business hub.






Beijing, China

Quiet warrens of courtyard homes, Beijing at its most authentic, recall the Peking of old.






Beijing, China

From the sprawling Forbidden City to the serpentine Great Wall, Beijing is a massive repository of the monuments of the past.






Beijing, China

Beijing, a grand imperial capital from the 10th century until Communism in 1949, holds over 3,000 years of history.