Sacred Tibetan Mountains Workshop Shangri-la2018-11-19T13:49:21+00:00

Sacred Mountain Workshop – Shangri-la

Night Photography when weather condition allows

5th – 15th May 2019 | Last Place – Application Only

Price Per Participant | Max 4 Participants

GBP£2800 – USD $3800 – Single Occupancy With en suite

Starts in Lijiang Airport on the 5th May 2019

Ends in Daocheng airport( airport code DCY ) on the 15th May 2019 – Morning flight to Chengdu ( Airport code CTU ) then connect to your International Flight

Included: 10 Nights Accommodation + food ( 7 nights accommodation with stunning mountain views )

Excluded: International and Domestic Flights | Alcoholic beverages / Snacks | Medical/Travel Insurance

 

Jade Dragon Snowy Mountain – The Chinese name, Yulong Xueshan in Lijiang, which rises to 5596m is considered the sacred Mountains of Naxi People.

Meili Xue Shan (Meili Snow Mountain), lies north west of Shangri-la town, and is bounded by the Salween River on the west and the Mekong on the east.

The highest peak Kawagebo, “God of Snow Mountain” in Tibetan, which rises to 6740m is considered the most sacred by Tibetan Buddhists, and even holds an almost equal status with Mt Kailash, and remain as one of the “virgin” peaks to climbers.

Mianzimu peak rises to 6509m and is a striking part of the whole Meili Massif, being truly outstanding; one of the most graceful mountains in the world.

Yading National Park is a mountain sanctuary in the far south west of Sichuan Province, and a very important pilgrimage site comprising three peaks sanctified as emanations of the three boddhisatvas by the 5th Dalai Lama.

The south peak Jambeyang (or Jampelyang, Yangmaiyong) at 5958m is the avatar of Manjushri, the Bodhisattva of Wisdom.

The east peak Chanadorje (or Xianuoduoji) of the same height represents Vajrapani, the Bodhisattva of Wrath.

Finally, the north peak, Chenresig (or Chenrezig, Xiannairi) at 6032m, the highest of the trio, symbolizes Avalokiteshvara, the Bodhisattva of Mercy.

These three sacred mountains in Yading National Park were first viewed by a westerner, Austrian-American explorer, linguist, geographer and botanist, Joseph Rock in 1928.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Booking Process

Complete Application Form | Notification of application accepted | Deposit GBP £700 or USD $1000 to reserve your place | Arrange details and packing list | Balance due 90 days prior to the Tour

China Photography Tour Registration Form

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Itinerary Guideline 

Meeting at Lijiang Yunnan Province China and Ends in Daocheng Airport in the early morning of 15th May 2019

Arrive Lijiang on the 5th May, Shangri-la on the 6th & Mt. Meili area 3 days , Yading National Park 4 days, stay in Daocheng on the 15th May, Workshop ends 7am on the 15th May