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Discover China Through The Lens With Ken Duncan

Helen Wong's Tours

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Ancient Street, Tunxi

13 Days From $11,500

10 - 22 October 2017

Internationally recognised as a gifted and prolific landscape photographer, Ken Duncan in conjunction with Helen Wong's Tours has carefully designed the itinerary to give you the best possible photographic opportunities. Every activity is planned to put you at the right place at the right time for that perfect shot - a sunset shoot over the West Lake. Discover China's most beautiful countryside through the lens, capture images of the dramatic karsts and snap shots of the adorable Giant pandas.

Ken will show you some of his favourite locations. He will travel right there beside you to give you valuable photo tips and help with any equipment problem or technical questions you may have.

There are few places in the world which can match the magic of China. On this tour you're not just going to the typical Chinese tourist locations. You are going to see the real heart of China and some stunning landscapes at beautiful locations, as well as enjoy some outstanding cultural experiences.

Trip highlights

  • Trip accompanied by acclaimed photographer, Ken DuncanWitness the sunrise and sunset of the ‘heavenly beauty’ West Lake
  • Explore the ‘four ultimate beauties’ of Mt. Huangshan • Visit the protected cultural site of the 1700-year old town in Tunxi
  • Capture a spectacular view of Chinese glaciers and mountain landscape in Huanglong
  • Marvel at the world’s largest and scenic alpine karst landscape in Jiuzhaigou
  • Be entertained by the show ‘The Romance of Song Dynasty’ • Stay two nights at China’s most scenic reserves and UNESCO World Heritage site.
  • Meet the adorable Giant Panda
  • Share your photographic experience with Ken Duncan • Learn from Ken’s expertise in perfecting your photography skills

Facts

  • Grade – A good level of tness required due to high altitude in some areas
  • Activities – Photography & walking over uneven ground in some regions
  • Private group – maximum of up to 20 people
  • Daily program – to capture the best possible light, prepare for an early rise each morning and a stay until after dark
  • Experiences – Most rewarding. But is important that you are open-minded and exible with sense of adventure and tolerance. And always stay positive.



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