Many countries have given a negative travel advise for China now and many travellers are worried about the Coronavirus outbreak. We understand this and we follow this advise and expect the situtation to slowly get back to normal after February 2020. We are available for enquiries and questions!
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As many have already heard, a new strain of Coronavirus has emerged in China. What is the situation in Yunnan and is it safe (and practical) to travel now?
Wonders of Yunnan visited one of the biggest tourism expos in Asia, the China International Travel Market 2019
We're delighted to team up with a dear friend, Josh Neukam, to offer an amazing 11-day photography workshop tour. In the first part of the interview, we got detailed information about the 6 photography workshops he will guide during the trip.
For the first part, find out how his passion for photography came about, his choice of equipment and all that you can learn about photography during the tour.
Congratulations! You’ve just booked a tour with Wonders of Yunnan! You’re about to embark on an unforgettable journey, but before you’re on the plane to China there’s one more step: getting the visa.
Most countries are not granted visa an arrival, every traveler must submit a visa application at the embassy/consulate in their native country. For the U.S., each state has a designated embassy/consulate.
Here’s how it works.
Sometimes we need a place to go to be away from all the hustle and bustle of our busy lives. In the mysterious East of China, such a place exists. Here time moves slower, a relaxing pace for the soul.
Today the Province of Guizhou is home to more high bridges then every other country on earth combined
As the exclusive cooperation we have with Hmong TV in America, The Otherside Travel was very glad to take part in the Leishan International Hmong Festival from November 23rd to November 26th .