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The guides can take you on tours or treks around Xishuangbanna to places such as the splendid Menglun Tropical Gardens to see exotic plants unique to this area, visit the melting pot of different minorities at the Xiding or the Menghun Markets, a walk through the forest at Sanchahe Nature Reserve or an easy trek to the Mandian Waterfall for a swim. etc.
For those of you who would like to see the surrounding countryside and stay in minority villages, the guides can lead on treks for as many days as you like. Eating and sleeping at various minority villages including Dai, Bulang, Hani, Wa and Lahu minorities.
DuliGuides will also try and answer any questions you may have with regards to traveling through Yunnan.
National Parks in Kenya - amboseli day trip
Appointment at the airport 3 hours before departure for boarding formalities, amboseli day trip. Departure on the flight to Nairobi, via the city of stopover. Night and meals on board.
Through the Grand Rift Valley
Arrival in Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, whose original name, Enkare Nairobi, means “Icy Waters” in the Masai language. Waiting for you, you will find our welcoming local who will welcome you and start you on this adventure through Africa.
Lake Naivasha Option
Introduction to XishuangbannaXishuangbanna (or Sipsongpanna, the name given to this region by the native Thai or Dai people which literally means 12,000 rice fields) is located in the south of the Yunnan Province, China, sharing its borders with the countries Laos and Myanmar.
This Dai Minority People’s Autonomous Prefecture covers an area of approximately 19,700 sq. km and is home to a cultural mix of 994,000 people, about 30% are Dai, 29% are Han and the rest is a mixture of ethnic minorities such as Hani, Bulang, Lahu, Jinuo, Yi, Wa, Bai and Yao people. They all have their own customs which makes Xishuangbanna a very colourful and interesting place to visit. It's also home for some of the best festivals in China including the Dai New Year Festival (Water Splashing Festival).
Xishuangbanna is also still blessed with 2,400 sq. km of tropical rainforest which contains 18% of China’s flora species and 20% of its fauna species despite the fact that its land area comprises only 0.2% of the total land of China, making it the most bio diverse region in China, giving this region the title of ‘the Tropical Kingdom’.
The region has a wet and a dry season. The wet season is between May and October; the dry is between September to April. Temperatures range between 11 - 33 degrees.