The Wild Side of China: A Nature Odyssey
Search for wild pandas in remote nature reserves few ever visit. This operator works with the World Wildlife Fund to offer a side of China hidden in the far reaches of this populous nation.
China: Drink It In
Deep in the Minshan Mountains of Sichuan province, great rivers and gorges dissect lush forests that shelter some of the world’s most endangered wildlife. This is the last wild habitat of the giant panda, which subsists on the bamboo protected within a network of remote nature reserves. Supported by WWF, these little-visited wilderness enclaves also harbor rare moon bears, golden snub-nosed monkeys, shaggy takin, Chinese goral, blue sheep and exquisite birds, including the golden pheasant. Discover a side of China most travelers never experience on our unique itinerary.
- • Take advantage of this extraordinary opportunity to focus on China's gloriously wild places and wildlife rather than only on culture as with most trips.
• Get to see the Terra Cotta warriors. Plus there are special photography and wildflower dates!
• Travel with this seasoned operator who partners with the World Wildlife Fund and has highly-credentialed naturalists and special access to wildlife reserves.
Travel Curator’s Insights:
$500 off each person when booked by July 1
Trip Sustainability Awards
Offsets all CO2 outputs from trips and office operations
Has contributed more than $4.5 million to the WWF
Has eliminated use of single-use plastic bottles and straws
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
If seeing pandas is on your bucket list, or if you hope to avoid crowds and instead experience the beautiful wilderness China has to offer, this will be a fantastic trip for you!