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The Guandu District of Kunming hosts the area’s most famous ‘old town’. Use this one-day-trip to stroll around and also visit Kunming’s newly arranged Provincial Museum (opened in May 2015). Get a deeper understanding of not only local archaeology and architecture but also learn about dinosaurs and Chinese ethnography.
Enjoy the best of Yunnan's and Sichuan's landscape and sites! Travel through both provinces within 2 weeks and explore the great variety which southwest China has to offer!
This tour leads you to Yunnan's mountainous north, even north of popular Shangri-La. Enjoy Tibetan culture around snow-caped Meili Snow Mountain and other high peaks of the Eastern Himalaya. A Tibetan family is already awaiting you!
Visit Hunan’s prime site: Zhangjiajie with Wulingyuan Scenic Area, where over 70% of the residents are ethnic minorities. Get a close look at the word famous scenery and enjoy local customs.
Join a fantastic 15 days-trip through southern China and explore a wide variety of landscapes. After a 'best-of-visit' in colorful Yunnan, try the tasty snacks in one of the largest cities in the world: Chongqing. Welcome aboard of a Yangtze River cruise and sail downstream towards the famous Three Gorges. Enjoy the unique mountains of Zhangjiajie and visit Mao Zedong's hometown in Hunan at the end of this tour: Shaoshan.
A tour to Yunnan's East, especially recommended in the months of February and March when the yellow rapeseed flowers are in bloom. Enjoy Luoping County from its most colorful side and make beautiful pictures. The famous karst landscape of Stone Forest can be astonished on the way back to Kunming.
Get an in-depth impression of Yunnan’s remote west, bordering southwest China’s neighbor Myanmar. After heading down to subtropical Xishuangbanna in Yunnan’s south, follow the line of the border north again, leading through secluded areas of the Wa people and into the mountains of the Eastern Himalayas in the Nujiang and Dulong Valley. We are visiting Thengchong, Ruili and Dali’s Old Town on the way back.
A short but intensive tour through Yunnan's amazing karst land forms. After paying a visit to Kunming's most popular site, the Stone Forest, we proceed 300 km south to visit Puzhehei, where the karst landscape is combined with numerous lakes covered by lotus flowers in summer. Still one of Yunnan's insider tipps, the Puzhehei area is especially interesting for photography enthusiasts.