Owing to its particular geological condition, Inner Mongolia features a harsh eco-environment. In recent decades, the greenhouse effect and unscientific exploitation have aggravated the drought, desertification, and soil erosion. The decertified land and the potential ones cover 60 percent of the regional area and increase 670,000 hectares per year.
The desertification and alkalization of grasslands have brought frequent sandstorms. The deterioration of the Greater Hinggan Mountains' water conservation capacity has resulted in floods in the Songhua and Liaohe river valleys. Each year 300 million tons of soil are washed away in the Yellow and western Liaohe rivers, or 30,000 hectares of land lost. As a result, rivers are choked with silt that stops their flow.
• You’ll be able to take part in the traditional activities of Mongolian nomads like wrestling, archery, and shooting, all set against the epic scenery of the Huitengxile Grasslands
• Spend the night in an authentic Inner Mongolian hut (called a yurt) and catch the gorgeous sunrise the next morning on the plains
• Experience the stunning and vast desert of Kubuqit at the Resonant Sand Gorge (Singing Sand Bay). Take part in exciting cultural activities like sand gliding and camel riding while experiencing the sunset that evening.
You will take the newly run bullet train from Beijing to Hohhot, the funding of Inner Mongolia province for only two hrs! At the train station, you'll be welcomed by your English-speaking guide. Stay overnight in a nice hotel in Hohhot.
After breakfast, you'll go to the Huitengxile Grassland. The Huitengxile Grassland location is the ideal area to enjoy a few of the area's typical tasks. Over 1800 meters over the sea level, the grassland extends over 100 kilometers from east to west, 99 lakes populated by 99 lakes. You'll appreciate various home entertainment, including horseback riding, camelback riding, shooting, archery, Mongolian wrestling, and mountain-climbing. You will certainly additionally see a regional rancher's home, sampling the ethnic flavor of milk food like milk tea, hare's milk-white wine, and more.
You will stay in a standard Mongolian nomadic hut for the night known as the Mongolian yurt. You'll experience the typical nomadic life resembles in these parts. What a fascinating experience than the average hotel!
You will get up early to capture the glorious daybreak over the grassland, as well as you'll have the ability to stroll among heaven skies and the serene and untouched flowers of the plains. After breakfast, we'll drive to the Kubuqi desert to reach the exciting Resonant Sand Chasm (Singing Sand Bay).
The Resonant Sand Chasm (Singing Sand Bay) is located at the north edge of the Kubuqi Desert, 3 kilometers far from the 210 state highway, and 44 kilometers from Baotou in the north. It is much more a place of natural charm than of historical relevance. Backed by the Kubuqi Desert, the dunes assume a crescent shape with an elevation of 110 meters and a slope of 45 degrees. It received its name from the resembling "Shhhh" that the sand makes as you step on the surface area. Marco Polo believes that sound implies that the devils are looking to tempt travelers to their death.
To numerous, one of the most exciting experiences at Resonant Sand Canyon may be riding a camel. The camel walks like a pendulum and takes travelers deeper right into the large desert to run away from city life pressure.
In the end, you'll be transferred to Hohhot to take the bullet train back to Beijing.
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