An expert-led trip that digs deep into ancient Chinese history

WildChina’s debut Asia Revealed tour will span some of the country’s most spectacular archaeological sites

The Crescent Lake and Mingsha Sand Dunes of Dunhuang, one of the destinations on Wild China’s first Asia Revealed trip
The Crescent Lake and Mingsha Sand Dunes of Dunhuang, one of the destinations on Wild China’s first Asia Revealed trip

Mei Zhang, the US-based founder of WildChina (wildchina.com) has long been a go-to for those keen to access art, commerce and culture in China. This September, WildChina will debut a new series of expert-curated and -led journeys in partnership with the Asia Society. The first of these “Asia Revealed” trips, in the company of Dr Ye Wa – who co-directs the International Field School of Archaeology in Shaanxi – will take in points ranging from Xi’an (and its famous terracotta warriors) and Yangguanzhai (one of the country’s most prolific neolithic archaeological sites) to Mogao, where a team from the Getty in Los Angeles is piloting sustainable tourism initiatives around the grottos’ famous art- and artefact-rich temples and caves. Book soon – places are limited to 12 (from Sept 1-10; from $6,180 per person).

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