Our home for two nights, Budong Quan is located in the remote Kunlun Mountains. Thought to be a paradise of the Tao religion, the Kunlun is home to a fantastically biodiverse ecosystem. We will spend two days here in our vehicles searching for resident wild yak, Tibetan Antelope, White-lipped Deer, brown bears, Black-necked cranes, Kiangs (Wild Tibetan Donkeys), Tibetan Wolves, Tibetan Foxes and Himalayan Marmots.
Due to the high altitude of this region our travel will be slow, allowing for enough time to do photography and search for animals without getting exhausted. Our time here will be assessed on the day, depending on how the group is feeling during our drives.
We will be staying at Budong Quan for two nights to search for and photograph the region’s wildlife.