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Our adventurer friends at Siguniang holy mountain in western Sichuan;Tibet,China
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30/12/2016
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Riding in a small group discover the hidden back streets of Chengdu, be part of the thriving bike culture of China’s most laid-back big city. A unique urban cycling experience of street life and street food.

Whether it’s your first or thirteenth time in Chengdu, this half day morning bike tour will be the perfect way to travel from sight to sight at a leisurely pace. It is an ideal orientation if you’re new to Chengdu, while if you are a return traveler, you will discover new facts and hear new stories about the city.
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Mountaineering @ Siguniang and Mount Yala

The area around Bumoshi (Four Sisters Mountain) has attracted some of the best climbers from around the world for the challenge of its rock and ice climbing. Despite its fame some peaks remain unclimbed and even unnamed. The mountain itself comprises of four peaks Dafeng (5025m), Erfeng (5276m), Sanfeng (5335m) and the highest peak Yaomei Feng (6250m) that looks like a colossal snowcapped chisel driven upwards through the Earth’s surface. Normally it takes about 11 days to do a mountaineering tour of this famous and sacred mountain area.
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The best way to travel = VOLUNTOURISM
Students from England helping Layue community to rebuild their water mill. Collaboration with Outlook expeditions.
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Where are we?
The beautiful places we were guiding the tourists to slowly became our home, and the local people we were encountering along the way became our family. That was particularly true for Ganzi, a Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in western Sichuan Province located in the traditional Tibetan region of Kham. Our special attraction to Ganzi was mainly due to the region’s amazing sceneries of alpine forests, boundless meadows, deep rivers valleys, emerald lakes and, especially, to its high mountains that was making Ganzi the best trekking and hiking area of the Tibetan Plateau.
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Where we are ?

The beautiful places we were guiding the tourists to slowly became our home, and the local people we were encountering along the way became our family. That was particularly true for Ganzi, a Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in western Sichuan Province located in the traditional Tibetan region of Kham. Our special attraction to Ganzi was mainly due to the region’s amazing sceneries of alpine forests, boundless meadows, deep rivers valleys, emerald lakes and, especially, to its high mountains that was making Ganzi the best trekking and hiking area of the Tibetan Plateau.
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Who?

Dragon Expeditions was founded in 2003 by a group of outdoor enthusiasts driven by the common goal to explore the great outdoors. Since then, we have dedicated ourselves to guiding groups of international tourists (both adult and student) on trips and expeditions to remote and stunning mountain regions across western China. Our commitment to practice responsible tourism has never failed and we have always been advocates for environmental protection.


Where?

The beautiful places we were guiding the tourists to slowly became our home, and the local people we were encountering along the way became our family. That was particularly true for Ganzi, a Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in western Sichuan Province located in the traditional Tibetan region of Kham. Our special attraction to Ganzi was mainly due to the region’s amazing sceneries of alpine forests, boundless meadows, deep rivers valleys, emerald lakes and, especially, to its high mountains that was making Ganzi the best trekking and hiking area of the Tibetan Plateau.


Why?

Our (love) story with Ganzi, its landscapes and people, kept growing until this one day in 2015 when we had the chance to visit Zhonglu, a traditional Tibetan village situated in the beautiful Gyarong Valley. Zhonglu was going to share the same fate as other remote yet beautiful regions in the China that were earmarked with grand plans for development, which usually consist of building major roads, large Western-style hotels, and even cable cars to encourage mass tourism. We knew that the introduction of such unrestricted development was usually coming with extensive damage to the environment and could unravel the social fabric of the community.
We had to do something about it.Not only because we were profoundly attached to the area but also because we felt deeply involved. It was obvious then that we had grown into something different, something that had been shaped by the experience and the knowledge gained through all the past years of travelling.


What?

Dragon Expeditions couldn’t be a simple travel agency any longer, it had to be more than that, it had to show the way to an original model of tourism, which would be used as a tool for promoting a sustainable development. A clever and compassionate tourism, which would offer the chance to the traveler to witness, experience, contribute and feel responsible, also, for being part of the same World.

As a consequence, in May 2015, Dragon Expeditions created in Zhonglu a center for nature-based learning and community development called Yunhe (Forest School).
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