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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
Not easy to reach this place but it was worthed when you arrived :) I was queuing at 5 am and finally open at 5:30 am. I had plan to have photoshoot of my pre wedding here. I must say this place is amazing and...More
I went as part of a group tour, with my husband and young son. I've heard lots about the Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve, and pre-earthquake, it must have been a wonderful place to hike and spend some time in amazing scenery. It's still beautiful, and breathtakingly...More
Overpriced and ruined by the earthquakes. You are much better off going to Huanglong which is less stressful to go to and does not have the visitor limit.
It is crucial to book months in advance if you want to visit Jiuzhaigou. It can be...More
I was there with an elderly Chinese friend. We went with a tour group (3 days) with other Chinese nationals. On our way to one of the toilet stops, the tour guide warned us of unscrupulous people peddling their wares. Unfortunately, my friend was gullible...More
The scenery is magnificent. Within the park are well ordered trails most of an easy to medium level (although some have steep climbs). The park contains a number of Tibetan villages and, at the entrance, the Tibetan market which have classic backpacker style bars and...More
This is an amazingly beautiful place but it’s still recovering from the most recent earthquake. Much of the park is inaccessible for tourists still and won’t be fully opened till October 2018
The other bad news is that there is a train line being built...More
Due to bad weather, we drove for two days and walked four hours on mountain roads, to participate in the Tibetan villagers worship of they call God's Mountain. It was very special. The cultural show is amazing, and the highlight of my past ten days...More
We come here on 2nd May and even it's crowd, but its under control.
My suggestion is you can start your journey on early morning, take a bus direct to Virgin Forest and take a bus to Arrow Bamboo Lake. Follow the path along arrow...More