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Travel the world to capture the most incredible landscapes
Yuanyang, the Yunnan province of China, the Hani people's ancestors came to this mountain area about 2,500 years ago.
They grew rice to make a living and they turned this mountain area into the artistic wonder of rice terrace. The UNESCO's World Heritage Committee conferred China's cultural landscape of Honghe Hani Rice Terraces, mainly in the Yuanyang region, onto the prestigious UNESCO World Heritage List in 2013.
Red Land located at a rural area in the northeast of Kunming, Yunnan, is believed that it has the world's most imposing red soil on earth. Because of the warm and humid climate in Yunnan, the iron oxide in the soil deposited slowly through years and gradually developed an extraordinary reddish brown soil.
This land with picturesque scenery is paradise for photographers because it is decorated with multicoloured crops!
Across these two weeks, join our award-winning, professional photography guides to explore the most beautiful places in China!
We will be photography the colourful landscape of Red Land during sunset. After that, we will have a luxurious welcome dinner in the hotel, we will get know to each other and have a briefing for the upcoming trip.
We will be photographing the Red Land landscape in several different viewpoints during sunrise and sunset.
In the afternoon, we will be photographing the local village life.
After that, we will transfer to Yuanyang and check in to the hotel.
Further, we will explore several villages in Yuanyang and photographing the life of Yi people. Yi people is the 7th largest ethnic minority group in China and it is common for the Yi women dress in their traditional costume.
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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