Welcome to our tour pages! We would like you to get inspired by our numerous and perfectly arranged itineraries published below and let us know what suits you best. Wonders Of Yunnan Travel is specialized on tailor-making your travel experiences in Yunnan and Southwest China, so if you can't discover a tour according to your special requests, please tailor-make your own tour.
Discover the best of Yunnan as you visit her unique old towns and scenery along the ancient Tea Horse Road in this classic 8-day tour! This tour includes the major attractions of the captivating and diverse province of Yunnan and provides you an insight to Yunnan's diverse minority culture.
Explore the scarlet crimson and magenta landscapes of the Himalayan Foothills
Enjoy four days of magical Yunnan scenery, including the amazing Yuanyang rice terraces, the traditional architecture of Jianshui and the fantasy landscapes of the Stone Forest.
Discover Yunnan and its beautiful towns and scenery in this classic and amazing 6-day tour! This tour includes the major attractions of the captivating and diverse Province of Yunnan and provides you an insight to Yunnan's diverse minority culture.
Just like the rice terraces of Yuanyang in southern Yunnan, Luoping's canola fields have become a Mecca for photographers, although the season is much shorter here and therefore becomes much more crowded. The best time to visit is during the months of February and March when the flowers are in full bloom.
Guilin is famous for its picturesque scenery, and the best way to see it is from the deck of Li River Cruise ships.
We rate this as one of our finest 1-2 week routes: an accessible yet challenging trek between two key points on the old Tea and Horse Trail, taking in probably the best highland scenery south of the Tibetan Plateau. Follow the caravan trek from Lijiang via Shaxi to Dali at the Erhai Lake.
The Guandu District of Kunming hosts the area’s most famous ‘old town’. Use this one-day-trip to stroll around and also visit Kunming’s newly arranged Provincial Museum (opened in May 2015). Get a deeper understanding of not only local archaeology and architecture but also learn about dinosaurs and Chinese ethnography.