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Tour code: RET20150904

21-Day Photographers Tour in SW China








Redearth on the Way

During the 21-day tour, our visits include: 

–  Sichuan landscapes and pandas
–  Tibetan culture  and train trip
–  Scenic Dongchuan Red Land
–  Chengdu cityscape


Totally 8 days in Sichuan, 2 nights on the train to Tibet, 7 days in Tibet and 6 days in Yunnan

  • Train to Lhasa:30 hours soft sleeper train from Chengdu to Lhasa is one of the success, relaxing and enjoying the landscape difference from the Plain at 500 meters in altitude to the Plateau at 3650 meters...

  • Tibet: Tibetan Budisim Monasteries, Barkhor Steet, Potala Palace in Lhasa and Yamdrok Lake, local village, farms in Gyantse and Gyantse....         


  • Yunnan:Green Park, Stone Forest, Dragon Gate, Dianchi Lake and Dongchuan Red Earth, ...      


  • One of the highlight of the tour was all meals were not from any appointed restaurant by the local travel service, but chosen with the authetic local specialty as an experience.

                                                 Sichuan Hotpot                                                                

  Tibetan snacks and butter tea            Yunnan Rice Noodles

Our Memory

           Banquet in Chengdu                                      Visiting a Tibetan village

         48-hour train to Lhasa                     Scenery in Tibet

Feedback by the tour leader

The Photographers Tour to China has returned after a fascinating journey, visiting many different environments in Huanglong and Jiuzhaigou UNESCO Parks and the landscapes and pandas of Sichuan. A train journey from Chengdu to Lhasa brought the tour group to Tibet where they experienced and photographed the ancient Tibetan culture, traditions, architecture and people.

Among the highlights for the photographers were the Panda Centre and Ginko Trees in Chengdu as well as the Duijiangyan Irrigation System. The Songpan Tibetan Village in the Huanglong Valley was excellent for photographic opportunities and there was time to walk and photograph at leisure.

In Lhasa, Tibet, the street life and people outside the Jokhang Temple were fascinating and tour members kept going back any free time they had to take photographs. Viewing the Potala Palace in the evening was well worth the visit.

There was time for at least 2 hours of photography a day which was all that was expected by the participants. All tour members learnt much about the three provinces of China that were visited and they also improved their understanding of the Chinese and Tibetan people.