The Yellow River, with a total length of over 5400kms /3400 miles, starts in a remote and desolate open plateau that offers lots of chances to view unique wildlife like Tibetan antelope, Tibetan Wild Ass, Black necked cranes, and the rare and elusive Tibetan fox. From it’s source to its winding banks along the Tibetan Plateau, the entire Yellow River area is stunning. It offers everything from high snow-capped mountains to grasslands filled with yaks to farmlands. The Tibetan culture in this area is some of the best preserved in all of Tibet.
there is a simple way to put it: light at 3,000mt (and over) has the purest quality. Are you a photographer? this is the place where you should be now.
The Dharma Shaman Festival is an annual gathering of Tibetans and the lesser-known Tu groups that inhabit the red mountains on the border of Qinghai and Gansu. It’s a stage set for authentic and spectacular rites of adulthood.
Do not lose this opportunity to hone your skills in this exciting photographic workshop led by Francois Nadeau!
Travel can be an enlightening and eye-opening experience for children of all ages: new foods, novel experiences, and intriguing sights, as well as quality family time.
Capture those unique moments you are spending with your family in China, that you wish you will never forget
Experience overland adventures to locales few travelers ever get to encounter and participate in activities guaranteed to provide rich exposure to local history, culture, people, and landscapes.