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Nestled in the remote mountains of Guizhou, the region’s colorful minority cultures were, until recently, cut off from the outside world. Today, their timeless heritage lives on, from their music to the histories stitched onto their clothes. Explore the Forest of Ten Thousand Peaks, hike to the summit of Guizhou’s highest mountain, and meet people who are worth stitching into your own memories.
Guizhou may be one of the poorest provinces in China, but it is remarkably rich in minority culture and natural beauty. This southwestern province is home to several minorities, including many types of Miao as well as the Yi and Buyei people, each with their own special clothing, customs, and language. Guizhou’s natural beauty ranges from jutting karst peaks and gushing waterfalls to river gorges and azalea gardens. On this trip, discover the hidden side of Guizhou: wander inside a cave village, visit a floating stone forest, enjoy a Buyei musical performance, and indulge in some bird watching at a nature reserve.
Admire the curved eaves of a Ming Dynasty tower • Meet some macaques while walking through Qianling Park • Encounter karst stalactites and stalagmites in Zhijin Cave • Visit Jingo village, home to both Yi and Miao people • Wander through a sea of rhododendrons at an azalea nature reserve
Enjoy a special Nuo opera performance at an Yi village • Visit a nature reserve famous for its cranes, storks, and eagles • Hike to the top of the highest mountain in Guizhou • Visit Longchang Miao village • Pay a visit to a Large Flowery Miao village once hailed as the center of Miao Christian culture • Witness a prayer ceremony at Puji Temple • Admire the impressively large headdresses of the Long Horn Miao • Option 1: return to Guiyang, trip ends • Option 2: continue with post-trip extension
Travel to one of the largest waterfalls in China • Float through the Longgong (“Dragon’s Palace”) Caves on a boat • Visit a floating stone forest • Enter a Miao village hidden away in a large cave • Embark on a boat down Getu River • Visit a Miao village • Enjoy a special singing performance by the Buyei people • Drop by a Black Miao village
Explore the Forest of Ten Thousand Peaks, where grey-green karst formations jut out against yellow-green fields • Either hike around the deep rift that is Maling River Gorge or raft down Maling River
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