WildChina is proud to be featured in the latest issue of National Geographic Traveler in their “Tours of a Lifetime” article. One of our most interesting journeys, “Old Country Living: Wandering the Rustic Landscapes of Guizhou and Guangxi” was picked for its unique blend of culture, adventure, and off-the-beaten-path travel. From the site:
Cut off from the rest of the country by rugged mountains, the southern provinces of Guangxi and Guizhou are largely unspoiled—tranquil lakes, jagged karst peaks. The region is home to many minority groups, many of whom still wear traditional dress and work at cormorant fishing and papermaking. You’ll stay in a series of rural homes. The Beijing-based operator works with villages to ensure that tourism doesn’t harm the community. One Guizhou village, for instance, closes itself to travelers three months each year to help maintain their traditional routines. Wild China: “Old Country Living: Wandering the Rustic Landscapes of Guangxi and Guizhou, China,”
Thanks National Geographic Traveler! We’re glad to be picked for such a wonderful distinction.
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