THE LAST SALT CARAVAN
The Southern Silk Roa
Yunnan Province, in southwest China, is the starting point of the ancient Tea Trade Road going to Tibet. It was also known as the southern Silk Road and carries a 2,000 years history.
Today, caravans keep travelling this route to trade tea and, most importantly, salt which has been a major currency throughout time.
These caravans and the region they pass through are still barely known.