Wugong Mountain located in Jiangxi Province, is one of China’s three great mountains to the south of the Yangtze River, together with Mt. Lushan in Jiangxi and Mt. Hengshan in Hunan. Wugong Mountain is most famous for its stretching and undulating meadow. The blue sky and endless meadow add radiance and beauty to each other, attracting innumerable outdoor fans to hike and camp here. Colorful tents dot the green grassland, constituting unique scenery. Plenty of rivers, brooks and waterfalls lay on Wugong Mountain. Cloud and mist often linger on the mountain, making it a wonderful place to enjoy the sight of the cloud sea. Throughout history, many poets and literati came here and left much beautiful poetry to eulogize the scenery of Wugong Mountain.

This trip has a mix of adventure and history. From impressive rock formations, to one of China’s ancient villages, this trip will surely captivate you. These two locations are still off-the-beaten path and we cannot wait to show you what gems they are!

Kaiping is best known for its “diaolou,” multi-story towers that were built to serve as watchtowers to protect the city, and also as communal towers for groups of multiple families and as stronghouse residences for wealthy families. It is one of the only two UNESCO Heritage Sites in Guangdong Province..

Discover two fascinating places in China. Both enlisted as UNESCO World Heritage Sites, both jaw-droppinly impressive and both deeply rooted in traditional Chinese history and culture. These two locations are a must if you are looking for more hidden gems in China.

Join us on an incredible adventure to Yúnnán (云南) the most diverse province in all of China, both in its extraordinary mix of peoples and in the richness of its landscapes. That combination of superb sights and many different ethnic groups has made Yúnnán one of the top destinations in China.

Welcome to one of the most incredible rice terraces in the world, the Dragon’s Backbone Rice Terraces. Construction of these incredible man-made terraces began in the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368), and continued until the early Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) when the construction was completed .

Tucked between mountains north of Guilin, Guangxi, and surrounded by small Yao and Zhuang Minority villages throughout, this place is sure to leave you in awe.

Yongding’s Hakka Tulou (‘Earth Buildings’ 楼 Tǔlóu /too-loh/) are unique, usually round, fort-like buildings, built with a mixture of clay and sandy soil. These rare buildings, that were designed by the Hakka people as large fortresses and apartment buildings in one, and were inscribed by UNESCO as a cluster of World Cultural Heritage Sites in 2008.

Hong Kong is a vibrant, densly populated city, known to many as a major port and global financial hub with a skyscrapper-studded skyline. But, it might come as a surprise that Asia’s world city has some impressive wildlife and ecology too. Some of the best is protected in marine parks and nature reserves, where you’ll see Hong Kong rugged, remote and untamed.

Join us on a journey through the dramatic limestone scenary surrounding Yangshuo. We will hike to the top of a peak overlooking LiJiang river and the second day take an amazing bike ride along the river with some spectacular views. Also you can’t miss out on famous Yangshuo Beer Fish, as fresh as it gets – straight from the river.

Mount Danxia is right in Guangzhou’s backyard. A few hours drive and it seems that you’re in a very different place in China. This place is one of the only two UNESCO heritage sites in Guangdong province, making an exciting destiantion to feast your eyes. It is quite known to the locals, but still many foreigners that live in Guangdong have not heard about this incredible place.

Mount Danxia is full of pleasant trails, some mighty views, some killer sunsets and even better sunrises, narrow paths along steep cliffs (with railings of course), and some rock formations that have an uncanny resemblance to the female and male sexual organs.