WELCOME TO WILDCHINA
China is a nation of people and their stories. Of joy and struggle, tradition and innovation. Of mighty rivers, vast wilderness, and sprawling mega cities. It’s a tale 5,000 years in the making, and we’re just getting to the most exciting chapter.
We are the travel company that punches through the tourist bubble to get to the real stories. We empower you to discover the China that lives amid the aromatic sizzle of street-side woks, in bustling city markets and far-flung mountain villages, and most of all, in the hearts of the people you will meet along the way.
Play your part in the story of a nation set to shape the 21st century. Come with us to Experience China Differently.
OUR TRAVEL EXPERTS
Patrick Cranley, a resident of Shanghai for almost 20 years, is a widely published expert on the history and development of Shanghai and a frequent speaker on Chinese business, politics and culture. Patrick is, among others, managing director of communications consultancy AsiaMedia and a founder of the organization Historic Shanghai.
Canadian born Jeff Fuchs is an award-winning explorer, mountaineer, writer and tea expert. He is fluent in both Mandarin and Tibetan and was the first Westerner to trek the entire Yunnan-Tibet Ancient Tea and Horse Road. Jeff's book, The Ancient Tea Horse Road, chronicles his 8 month journey and his beautiful photographs and captivating stories have been featured in award-winning publications worldwide.
OUR TRAVELERS SAY
Stuart, Apr 2016
The true quality of a travel company is often only apparent when some goes badly wrong and the traveller needs help. This is a characteristic we've recently seen demonstrated by Wild China - one which shows to us they are head and shoulders above the competition.
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International School in Jakarta, Oct 2015
The kids really liked the rock climbing, the orienteering and the bike ride….they even liked working on the farm.
International School in Shanghai, Sep 2015
The students really enjoyed making all the way up Abujee to the lake. Though they struggled to get there the sense of accomplishment was great for them.