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Sustainable Travel

The 5 Best Places to See Wildlife in China

As one of just 17 mega-biodiversity countries worldwide, China is home to an extraordinary range of wildlife.
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Nujiang: A Hiking Paradise in Yunnan

Nujiang Lisu Autonomous Prefecture in northwestern Yunnan is a hiking paradise for those looking to experience China’s most stunning nature and wildlife. WildChina’s Jenny Zhao shares her off-the-beaten-track experience and highlights from her recent trip there...
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A Traveler’s Guide to Ningxia, China’s Wine Country

If you’re looking to broaden your China travel horizons beyond the usual sightseeing and outdoor activities in 2021, then make sure you put Ningxia on your agenda. This small province in western-central China is one...
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The New “Safe Travels” Stamp: What it Means at WildChina

“The World Travel and Tourism Council’s seal of approval helps identify destinations and businesses that have adopted a new set of global safety and hygiene protocols.” – AFAR The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), along...
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The Road Less Traveled: Our Journey into Sustainable Tourism

According to the United Nations World Tourism Organization, sustainable tourism is defined as “tourism that takes full account of its current and future economic, social and environmental impacts, addressing the needs of visitors, the industry,...
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Earth Day: Track pandas and monkeys as part of new conservation efforts

Featured Image by Aaron Berkovich, WildChina Explorer Grant Applicant 2016. 49 years ago, Earth Day was established as a worldwide event to recognize the importance of political action and civic participation in protecting our world from...
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