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Fujian province, the most beautiful coastal area of China. Xiapu is located at the northeast part of Fujian province. Xiapu has the largest mudflat in the country, encompassing 40 square kilometers and more than 400 kilometers of coastline, which is known for its traditional sea farming and fishing. The landscape is ever-changing with tidal movements each day, and thus provides unlimited photographic opportunities. Xiapu ranks the first on the list of "Top 10 Paradises for Photographers" in China for its unique beauty. Across these two weeks, join our award-winning, professional photography guides to explore the most beautiful places in China!
We then head out again for the dry part of the flats, the Isla Pescado or Isla Incahuasi which is about an hour’s drive away. These former islands are hilly and rocky with incredibly majestic and large cactuses, unusual coral-like fossil formations and llamas as well. We are privileged to have our lunch in the very surreal surroundings at the middle of this incredibly fascinating crystalline landscape. In the evening we get another shot at the Milky Way over the Salt Flats.
Please note that Isla Incahuasi may not be accessible due to water increase on the flats so the itinerary may alter on the day. We may also visit the pyramids for sunset rather than in the morning.
In the morning, we will be photographing the making of incense at Dapu. We then check out from the hotel and proceed to Yongding Round House (Round House a.k.a. Tulou in Chinese) of Hakka clan. We will be exploring the unique Round House of Fujian province in the next 3 days. The Round Houses are unique to the Hakka clan in the mountainous areas in southeastern Fujian, they were mostly built between 12th to 20th centuries.
We highly recommend that you get a travel and medical insurance. Your own domestic medical insurance and private health scheme will not cover you whilst you are overseas. The tour will always dependent on weather, as the weather can be highly unpredictable.
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