GuiYang City Children's Welfare Institute

 Address: No.111 Long Shui Road, Nan Ming District, Gui Yang City, Guizhou Province.    
    Postal Code: 550000      Telephone No: 851-857-1110

Day 1:

Our guide will pick you up upon arrival in the Guiyang and meet the guide for transfer to your hotel. Enjoy free time the rest of the day.

Day 2:

Breakfast. Then drive to Guiyang County orphanage and meet with people related to your child's adoption. If you desire, host a lunch or dinner for the orphanage director and staff. Explore the local area with your guide. If needed, locate and visit the place where your child was found or visit your child's former foster family (if applicable and pending special permission).Our guide will escort you back to your hotel.  

Day 3:

Breakfast. Today you will have a full day Guiyang city sightseeing, visit some of the major scenic spots like Qingyan Ancient Town, Jiaxiu Park, etc.

Day 4:

After the breakfast, our guide will transfer you to Guiyang airport/railway station.

Prior to your orphanage visit application submission, please make sure you have the following documents ready:

A copy of each visitor's passports

A copy of the adoption certificate or the notarized adoption documents

An orphanage visit application letter

We all know that it is important to return to China. Apart from visiting the orphanage, children may focus more on traveling itself. Therefore, if adoptive families want to explore more tourist cities in China, please feel free to tell us. And we will customize a heritage tour of lifetime for you.

GuiYang City Children's Welfare Institute:

Address: No.111 Long Shui Road, Nan Ming District, Gui Yang City, Guizhou Province.

Location:The orphanage is located in Guiyang City. Guiyang, Nanming district in the capital of Guizhou Province.

Information about Guiyang:Guiyang is capital of Guizhou Province and has a population of three million inhabitants.
The city was founded by the Han Dynasty but was merely a commercial point of passage for many years. During the Ming Dynasty city walls were built and were gaining importance. After the Chinese Revolution various railway lines linking the city with the rest of the country, thus avoiding the isolation of the area were built.
At present, it is an industrialized city. Has chemical, electronic, pharmaceutical and petrochemical industries. It is one of the largest aluminum production. Around Guiyang there are several coal mines and bauxite. It is one of the most polluted cities in the country.
Is located on the banks of river Nanming . The climate is monsoonal, with very cold winters and very hot summers. It is inhabited by 23 different ethnic minorities, most notably that of the Miao.

General Information:The orphanage is a large orphanage Guiyang giving home to about 300 children, many with special needs.
It is considered the model of the province orphanage.
It is way to the airport.
The new orphanage opened in February 2004.
There are an estimated 66 children between 7 and 18 years.
Some of the children living in the orphanage and other foster families (benefiting 200 children).
AFAC has worked with the orphanage through the “Nights abrigaditas “project providing quilts for children in 2007.
Half The Sky has also worked with the orphanage in Guiyang, providing support for winter storms in the area. It also opened various aid programs in May 2008.
Love without Boundaries has assisted in this orphanage.
The new telephone number of the orphanage is 011-86-851-5407272. The old number was: 011-86-851-6767831.
If you want to visit this SWI, you can arrive in Guiyang by flight directly, and then we can arrange our guide and driver to pick you up and drive to there.

Top-rated hotels:Kempinski Hotel Guiyang, Pullman Hotel, HE HOUSE Art Boutique Hotel Guiyang, Renaissance Guiyang Hotel.

Top-rated attractions:Huaxi Scenic Resort of Guiyang, Qianling Park, Qingyan Ancient Town.

Revisiting the orphanage is the important aspect of your homeland heritage trip, what do we need to prepare for this part? Here are some tips for your reference:

Depending on the size of the SWI and how often visitors return, a visit could can be a highly anticipated event by the staff, or a routine, minor inconvenience to the day to day running of the institution.

You will want to discuss this aspect of reality with your child and prepare her or him for what it might be like, based on what you know. It is good to talk to your child about what to expect and then what to do if things turn out differently than you expect. It is important to develop an attitude of flexibility and focus on enjoying the experience rather than to get set on things going a certain way, since things don’t always go exactly as planned on any trip or daily life experience. A small gift is always appropriate for the effort expended by the director and or staff to accommodate the visiting family.

Since it may be several years after an adoption, it’s not unusual that the orphanage moved to a new place. Remember it’s normal, natural, time will not stand still, just as your children changed dramatically from she/he was a baby when just there.

If you are interested in visit both of the orphanages, we are happy to facilitate it, you can follow the previous footprint to recall your excitement when you look at your children at first time.

We usually arrange visiting the finding site for families if have the Notarial Certificate of the finding place. The finding site usually is at the front of hospital/orphanage/government agencies, etc. Please note that there places may be changed also.

Since visiting the finding site is the most emotional part of the trip, it’s a personal decision for each family and only you can make the decision if you want to accomplish it.

We always arrange the meeting with the previous caregiver/ foster family. If you have the information of the previous caregiver, we will try our best to find her. Please do remember that it’ll be some years after your adoption, the caregiver may be moved away or be retired. If the caregiver is still working in the orphanage, the director will happy to facilitate the connection.

Also please note that the caregiver may take care of more than one hundred babies in the orphanage, so that she may not remember your child well.

If your family is interested or inclined to invite the orphanage director to lunch, it is proper to invite others in the meeting as well. This would usually be one or two of the directors' assistants. If you want to invite the caregiver or nanny, then you should extend that invitation through the director to show the proper respect that the position merits. Your guide will handle this for you, but inviting the staff through the director follows proper etiquette for the situation. Some of the orphanages offer the free lunch while the others request about USD90-USD150 for the extra charge. You may ask our trip consultant before you travel.

When visiting an orphanage, it is appropriate to prepare some gifts for the director/staff and the children. You can invite the director, the staff or the caregiver to have lunch together or prepare fruit basket for them, for their effort expended to accommodate the visiting family.

As for the gifts to kids, you can prepare some snacks, candy, books, school backpacks, toys and so on. Usually, you can buy them when arrival at the orphanage place, the guide can escort you.

If you want to donate something more valuable and not sure what is needed for the orphanage, you can first learn it from the director and then purchase them from the local market. Some SWI will issue a donation certificate to you but not every SWI will do this.

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  • Visit the orphanage, foster family and finding site
  • Learn about birth country culture
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