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Enchanted by Festivals - Guizhou festival trip

Ethnic groups: Miao, Dong, Lao Han, Buyi - Gejia Lusheng festival - Sister's meal - Miao New Year - Dong Singing
Guizhou, and especially its southwest, is a place of colorful festivals. During any trip there is always a big chance of tumbling onto an unplanned wedding, funeral or other ceremony, and it will be one of the highlights of your trip with Zomya. If you want a better opportunity to share in local celebrations...

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Mekong Valley expedition

Kayaking - Hiking - Cycling - Paper making - Pottery making - Interacting with local people - Pu'er tea processing
The rain forest and the mighty Mekong in southern Yunnan provide a perfect environment to get closer to nature. Especially in tropical Xishuangbanna, with its old wooden villages and Buddhist temples, quite similar to southeast Asia. Even the language and cuisine are not so different neighboring Laos and Myanmar. In this trip...

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Enchanted by Festivals - Yunnan festival trip

Ethnic groups: Lolo / Yi, Yao, Miao, Hani, Dai, Zhuang, Tibetan, Bai, Naxi, Lisu, Lahu, Wa, Jinpo, Jinuo, Dong, ...
A typical aspect of Yunnan is that all the different minorities, with their distinct histories, all have their own very different traditions. One thing they all share in common is the love of getting together and celebrate. During any trip there is always a big chance of tumbling...

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Home stay in little village

Countryside life - Traditional village - Ethnic groups: Lahu, Bulang - Home stay - Hiking
The best thing after a long hike is to see the destination village in front, smoke coming out of the chimneys, everything seems peaceful and tranquil. In this trip, Zomya will lead you to the most traditional ethnic minority villages. You will enjoy time away from modern...

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A Taste of Tea – In Depth Tea Journey

Hiking - Chinese tea culture - Bamboo tea - Tea salad - Clay pot tea - Traditional village - Home stay
Yunnan is not only widely regarded as the birthplace of tea, it is also the only place where you will find all the different kinds of tea being produced: White, green, oolong, black and pu'er. And the ethnic minorities that first discovered tea even see it as a food item and...

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A Bite of Yunnan – Gastronomic Trip

Dancing with dishes - Yunnan liquor - Home style cooking - Ethnic cuisine - Traditional villages
民以食为天, an old Chinese saying means as much as “hunger breeds discontentment ”. This is why any trip in China will be a non-stop discovery of different delicacies in different places. The best way to enjoy like a local for foodies is to taste all the 名菜(mingcai, famous dishes)...

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A Bite of Yunnan – Vegetarian Trip

Cheese making village - Meal in Buddhist temple - Tofu workshop - Rice wine - Mushroom banquet - Grandma Wang’s home cooked dinner - Cooking class
Yunnan as a vegetable lover. Lush forests and fertile farmland provide a huge variety of vegetables, fruits, mushrooms and even edible ferns and lichens. It is a delight to see how an ingenious chef magically turns all these natural ingredients into a banquet of...

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Tengchong - Trekking the Majestic Gaoligong Range

Trekking - Birding - Hots springs - Waterfalls - Gaoligong mountain - Traditional villages
Tengchong is a small border town between China and Myanmar which played an important role during the WW II. Unlike other parts of Yunnan, this area is less ethnically diverse and the majority of people are Han Chinese. The abundant thermal activity and...

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Shaxi – Entrance to the Nanzhao Kingdom

Trekking - Ancient stone carving - Old towns - Salt mines - Market - Home stay
Shaxi has a long history dating back to the warring states (475 – 221 B.C.) and started to flourish under the Nanzhao kingdom (738 – 902 A.D.), as an important entrance to the Tibet plateau to the North and India to the West. Local Han, Tibetan, Yi, Naxi and...

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A glimpse of Mekong valley – Classic Xishuangbanna

Largest botanical garden in China - Mekong river - Traditional Dai villages - Tea mountains
Because of its remoteness, the Mekong valley in China is like a kingdom forgotten for thousands of years, it got little influence from central Chinese civilization. Rich soil and warm climate made it easy for the local people to be self-sufficient. You may easily find...

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