A camel resting in the Gobi Desert

Why Anhui should be on your travel radar

What do Ang Lee’s ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’ and James Cameron’s ‘Avatar’ have in common? Both were critically acclaimed films that ignited the global imagination like wildfire, and both can be traced directly back to...
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Tour on Asia’s Wild Side: WildChina featured in The New York Times

Earlier today, The New York Times featured WildChina in “Tour on Asia’s Wild Side.” Journalist Michelle Higgins set out to highlight new off-the-beaten-path destinations and explains “Now adventurous travelers are turning to the region’s wild...
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Anhui, China’s living Heritage: Xidi, Bishan, Yellow Mountain, Wanan and more

WildChina was thrilled to read “In Anhui, China, Centuries-Old Charm,” a travel article featured in The New York Times.  Since 2001, WildChina has been sending family trips and sponsoring museum travel to Anhui as it...
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A hiker’s China dream: The trails of Huangshan and Jiuzhaigou

For many people, travel is a great excuse to be lazy and pampered, but for others of us, it’s a perfect opportunity to not only to get a little exercise but to do so among...
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