Silk Road Gobi Desert Adventure – with Juanli Sun
27th Jan – 2nd Feb 2020 | Max 5 Participants – Wait List | USD $2500 per Person
This is a unique photo trip, taking you into the heart of the Gobi Desert, where you can loose yourselves in simple, delicate creativity far from the modern world and its distractions. For us, our last visit there was life-changing and we’re still re-evaluating our own art, creativity and life goals. Join us on this trip of a lifetime.
We will visit hundreds of square miles of gigantic dunes, rising to over 1640 feet above a series of crystal clear lakes. This remote area of northern China is famous for the Silk Road and the world’s highest static sand dunes. This massive area of sand is so remote and so intense, we have designed a short, sharp trip that we hope will deliver the creative epiphany that we have had. The geometry and scale of these makes for limitless incongruous and beautiful photographs. We’ll be camping out in the dunes and can explore them at our leisure.
The second area is another large area of geopark, where the striated coloured rocks make for more amazing images.
Workshop starts at 11am on the first day and ends 8am on the last day in Lanzhou Airport; 3 nights in the desert – No camping, staying with local farmers.
Included: Accommodations, all meals – Food in the desert will be simple| Three 4×4 for our group on the Desert
Excluded: Chinese Visa Fee – We will assist you to apply for Chinese Visa, Please follow our instructions near the time|International/Domestic Flight to Lanzhou – Lanzhou airport fly to major International airport such as Beijing or Shanghai|Travel and Medical Insurance
One 40L bag for desert, tripod and 1 camera bag will be allowed for desert trip, suitcase need to be stored in Zhangye Hotel
Complete application Form | Deposit USD $800 or GBP £600 to reserve your place | Balance due 90 days prior to the Tour | Arrange Chinese Visa and flights | Tour
We will confirm with you regarding your booking, meeting point in China after we received your booking form.
Desert February 2017 Temperature