New Hotel in Jiuzhaigou: The Rissai Valley, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve 

A New Ritz-Carlton Reserve is opening in Jiuzhaigou this month, offering the ultimate blend of nature, culture, and luxury.
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A camel resting in the Gobi Desert

Is there Wifi in China?

You have just taken an amazing picture of Jiuzhaigou. You have an incredible story from the home you just visited in Guizhou. All you want to do is get online and and share it with...
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Buddhist sculpture and art

Why China Travel has become Expensive

If you’ve traveled to China in the last year you may have noticed the country has become more expensive. We’ve taken some time here to explain why: 1. Appreciation of the Chinese yuan. The New York...
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The mystic Yellow Mountain in Anhui

Traveler’s Voice: Did I mention that I don’t like camping?

The following post was written by Gerry Levandoski, a WildChina client who traveled with us on a small group journey with Yosemite in September 2010.  This is the first of a series of articles he...
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Candles in a Buddhist temple

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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Imperial dragon patterns

Sichuan Update: Chengdu-Jiuzhaigou road closure

Our local Sichuan partners have just informed us that the road from Chengdu to Jiuzhaigou has been closed. At the moment, the only way to travel between the two areas is by plane. Neither Chengdu...
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Traditional Chinese Architecture

Sichuan’s Jiuzhaigou Valley and Increasing Domestic Tourism in China

The February 1, 2010 edition of the New York Times features a piece on Jiuzhaigou Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in China’s Sichuan province that consists of a natural wildlife and forest area. Jiuzhaigou...
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The mystic Yellow Mountain in Anhui

WildChina 2010 Exclusive Journey, “Tracking Wild Panda Footprints,” featured on Away.com

Away.com recently featured WildChina‘s 2010 Exclusive Journey, “Tracking Wild Panda Footprints.” The piece details the WildChina trip during which visitors to a panda reserve, where one can observe the endangered species’ natural behavior with infrared cameras...
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Tibetan Buddhism Flags

China’s World Heritage

China has 38 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, a designation that can sometimes be both a blessing and a curse to these cultural and natural areas due to the influx of tourists. So how can we ensure responsible travel in...
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Chinese door in Hutong alley

A Year After Sichuan, Reflections

May is a special month for me. May 10th is Mother’s Day. I appreciate my Mom, who is the greatest person in the world, gives me life and helps me to know the beautiful world....
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