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Jiuzhaigou Valley, eulogized as a world of magical fairytale, has for years enchanted tourists with its mountains and luxuriant forests, colorful lakes, gushing waterfalls and abundant wildlife. To its south is the Huanglong (Yellow Dragon Scenic...more
Even for our TA, China Discovery Tours, getting a permit for a day pass is not easy. Right now there are only 5000 people allowed per day. This caused lots of rescheduling of our hotel, some at the last minute.
Despite the limit...More
There is a saying in China that after visited JiuZhaiGou, you would not want to visit places with waterfalls and lakes. This natural reserve is indeed a paradise for people who enjoy seeing waterfalls and lakes. As for photography enthusiasts, this is the place that...More
This park just re-opened after being closed by an earthquake. They have done an amazing job rebuilding the infrastructure - they only let 5000 people in a day so you need a reservation - and it is really tough to navigate the process to get...More
Never seen such a beautiful Valley: 108 lakes azure, cobalt, sapphire, cyan or emerald so transparent that you can see the bottom or the logs that mother nature push into them. We spent 3 days in this heaven of nature with lush greenery and vivid...More
My friend who is Chinese told me when we visited the country we should make sure to visit Jiuzhaigou. I'd never heard of it before but when I talked to our tour guide she said it was beautiful and worth the visit. She was not...More
At times we went for hours without seeing another person. On this trip, we stayed away from the Tibetan villages and instead concentrated on viewing the untouched nature. In many places, the water looked green, likely due to all the surrounding greenery, and in other...More
I visited Jiuzhaogou in 2010 with a group of friends. It is a place I long dreamed of seeing and it certainly did not disappoint!
No words can describe the beauty of the landscape, fresh water lagoons, waterfalls, and so on. It's breathtaking.
Jiuzhaigou China’s most impressive natural wonders and several UNESCO World Heritage sites. As Canadian, I love the Jasper and Banff national park without any questions. Once you visited the Jiuzhaigou in Si-Chuan province, then you will realize that there is a paradise on earth. This...More