Good news for outdoor travelers. Mt. Siguniang didn't affect by 4.20 earthquake and after 2 days safty assessment it is reopened to public. if you have any enquiries please contact us for information not for money, budget backpacks are also welcome! Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dragonexpeditions
Giant pandas are safe here. Earthquake didn't affect Chengdu.
Anybody plans to travel to Daocheng and Yading during March to July this year? If the answer was yes, we suggest you’d better change your plan…
Chauncey Shaw (Chinese name Xiao Changxi) is our newest member of Dragon Expeditions Staff. Formerly working in Guizhou for the NGO Winrock International, Chauncey brings a wealth of experience to our growing team. His background in responsible travel will help us to develop our portfolio of trips and activities.
There is a new railway station in Chengdu since May 2011 and travelers can arrive / leave this new railway station by taxi / bus / metro.
I have just got back from a very short but good trip in Chan Ping Valley, Siguniang Shan, Sichuan Province. This short and easy trek takes us along Chan Ping Valley. The clouds were thick on the pass as we climbed up from Chengdu on our drive to Rilong. On crossing the high pass at over 4000 M the clouds cleared and patches of sunlight illuminated the well photographed Siguniang national park with the 4th sister towering over the land. We arrived in Rilong where we spent the night. The following day we started our trek through the forest and up to our camp. Over night it snowed and we woke up to a wight world and speckled sunlight shining through the clouds. This day was spent photographing everything as the light was grate.....
This customised program allows you to experience some of the best kept secrets that Laos has to offer. You will see monks in saffron robes, historic temples with golden roofs, French colonial architecture and the Mekong River. A 3 day fun filled cycle and a day kayaking and caving.
If you want to see the much lesser-travelled areas of China Tibet, where amenities are not yet well established, this is the program for you! Leaving date 10th Jun - 29th Jun, 20 days in total
We are going to cycle from Lhasa the Capital of China Tibet to Katmandu in Nepal. This 18 day trip will take you on one of the most exciting and longest down hill routes in the world. We are leaving on the 22nd of May this year (2010) and will be finished by the 08th of Jun.
Dragon Exepeditions have just moved upstairs and now have a much larger office. Still a lot of decorating and unpacking to do, but feel free to drop by and see our new space. We have moved about 80m from the old office, of which about 50m is directly up. New address is 3-2-1708, still in Luofu Shijia. Our phone number remains unchanged.