9D/8N Natural History & Living Heritage of the Three Parallel Rivers in Yunnan - Trip Led by NSS Member

Date : 31 May 2018 - 08 Jun 2018
Time : All Day Event
Location : Yunan, China

Trip Led by NSS Member

Open to the Public

Join William Boehm for an exciting adventure to discover the natural history and culture of Yunnan, China. Its Three Parallel Rivers area encompasses the majestic land hemmed in by the mighty Yangtze, the free-flowing Mekong and the wild Salween rivers. Many of the 25 ethnic minorities living in Yunnan can be found here. There are beautiful snow-capped peaks more than 6,000 m high, glaciated gorges and terraced fields. Activities include exploring the natural history of remotely-accessible sites such as Baima Snow Mountain Reserve, Nanjiluo alpine lakes and the Black Snub-nosed Monkey National Park. We will encounter Naxi, Tibetan and Lisu Hill tribe cultures and visit Tibetan monasteries. Yunnan offers tremendous biodiversity in terms of flora and fauna. This is due to its north-south alignment of mountains and rivers, with influences from Myanmarese and Thai tropical forests as well as Chinese and Tibetan montane forests.

Registration & Enquiries
Please contact William at 

Closing Date
01 April 2018, Sunday

Min. No./Max. No. of Participants
4 / 10

NSS Member: $4,300
Non-Member: $4,400

- A deposit of $1,100 is needed to reserve your slot. 
- Full payment is to be made by 19 April. 
- Price is subject to further discounts with a larger group. 
- Cost includes all meals, transfers, accommodation and
transportation guide. 
- Cost excludes flights to Lijiang, insurance and tips.

i) 6 weeks to 30 days: 50% refund
ii) Less than 30 days: no refund.

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