THE FIRST GLAMPING RESORT IN MYSTICAL SHANGRI-LA
Discover Shangri-la, a mystical Tibetan enclave in China’s last frontier. Journey to The Hidden Valley Resort, the first glamping boutique resort in Shangri-la, Yunnan. The 7-hectare resort sits on sprawling meadows surrounded by majestic mountains. It unravels the beauty of the Himalayas, offering a unique travel experience at 3,160 metres above sea level – and is just 20 minutes from the Diqing Shangri-la Airport.
EXPERIENCE THE TRUE ESSENCE OF TIBETAN LIFE
The Resort invites guests to rejuvenate, reawaken their senses, and experience the true essence of Tibetan life. Immerse yourself in a total cultural and adventure-rich experience. With full board lodging, we take care of everything from accommodation, farm-to-table meals, and guided activities to airport transfers. An itinerary will be designed for you by our Adventure Concierge - tailored to your interests and the seasonal highlights. This way, you can enjoy total peace of mind as you explore Shangri-la.
Glamp in Tented Villas, inspired by the Tibetan nomadic lifestyle -- or stay in an authentic Tibetan Residence, a refurbished Tibetan home offering a peek into the local way of life.
Indulge in farm-fresh meals that celebrate seasonal flavours, with organic produce from the Resort’s own garden. Enjoy a fine selection of Tibetan highland barley liquor and award-winning Shangri-la beers.
Choose from a wide range of unique experiences and guided activities, designed by the Resort’s Adventure Concierge team.
"Local guide Sonam Gelek is one of Shangri-la's secret treasures." - The Telegraph
IN THE NEWS
"Paradise Found - Shangri-La is the name of a fictional utopia in a 1933 novel. The real Shangri-La, Zhongdian county in Yunnan province lives up to the reputation."
Lee Siew Hua, Travel Correspondent from The Straits Times
"I marvelled at the unbelievably over-the-top --- almost to the point of garish-vibrant colours around me. So vibrant were they that I was a little worried that readers of the National Geographic magazine would think I had over photoshopped the files."
National Geographic photographer
"Traditions are respected and local ways incorporated at The Hidden Valley Resort."
Jeff Fuchs, award-winning Himalayan explorer and author of The Ancient Tea Horse Road