6 Days China Classic Landscape Photo Tour
Complete Booking Form | Deposit USD $600 to reserve your place | Arrange details and packing list | Balance due 90 days prior to the Tour
Reasonable low activity
Itinerary and Guideline
Workshop starts at noon in Kunming airport ( International flight to Hong Kong, Thailand, Europe ) on the arrival day and Departure airport is Guilin ( International Flight to Hong Kong ) － an hour drive from our accommodation in Yangshuo
30th April to 6th May 2018 – Max 4 Participants
Hani Rice Terrace
This unique landscape conjures up the true spirit of China, and has inspired Chinese artists for centuries, forming the core of their aesthetic culture. The splendid limestone karsts rise thousands of feet above the Li River Valley, creating layers of mystery as far as the eye can see.
In the Spring time, humid air builds from the oncoming monsoon and morning fog is common, with the “sea of cloud” adding further layers of abstraction to this already stunning landscape. Of course, to get above the fog requires some effort to climb high on one of the karsts, but just rewards await those committed enough to make the steep ascent.
On this trip we will be focussing on both the landscape and the local culture, one aspect of which is the fisherman’s use of Cormorants to fish the rivers.
USD $2200 – Only for couples or Friends book 2 places / sharing a double or twin room
USD $2500 – Single Occupancy With en suite
6 Nights Accommodations
all Meals | Ground Transport
Flight from Kunming to Guilin
Photography Tuition in the field
Flight to Kunming – It has international flight from Hong Kong or domestic flight to Beijing or Shanghai
Flight out of Guilin – It has international flight to Hong Kong or domestic flight to Beijing or Shanghai
3 days in Hani Rice Terrace
3 days in Guilin – Low activity in Xingping & Yangshuo Area
3 days Yangshuo Extension –
USD $1000 per person – USD $30 per sunrise for one porter carry your camera bag and tripod
High Activity – The area is stunning from river level, but to get the very most from it some steep hiking on narrow and occasionally exposed trails is necessary. You should be fit and confident enough to carry your full camera bag, tripod, snacks and water for up to an hour on a steep mountain trail. The ascent will also be in the dark – but it’s so worth it! We will also find time for night photography if we have good clear weather.