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.