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Dramatic karst peaks, the sun-dappled river Li, jade-green rice paddies – the scenes of Yangshuo are like the brushstrokes of an unseen artist. Experience rural life in the karst backwoods, hike between villages, and learn to cook like a local.
Step into a classical scroll painting in Yangshuo, whose harmonious landscape has inspired the brushstrokes of traditional Chinese landscape paintings for centuries. From the calm waters of the Li River, set against a backdrop of dramatic karst peaks, Yangshuo is full of stunning scenery ready to be explored.
Upon arriving in Guilin, your local WildChina guide will meet you in the arrival hall with your private vehicle on standby to take you to your Yangshuo • Celebrate your arrival in Yangshuo during a feast for your eyes and stomach as you get to know your guide and fellow travelers
Lace up your walking shoes and step onto the flat forested trails from Shangtaoyuan to Lengshui Village, where you’ll take in the idyllic farmland and isolated villages that have been immortalized in classical Chinese paintings • Enjoy your picnic lunch on the Li riverside • Unwind to a homestyle dinner at a local restaurant
Hike from Fuli to Suoshi, which used to be an ancient trade path for merchants, up and down along mountain slope, through fruit orchards, and desert villages – in Yangshuo countryside • Ascend to a picturesque reservoir for a picnic • Enjoy dinner in an ancestral hall, traditionally used for large celebrations
In the morning, enjoy a private taichi lesson with a master • Discover Guangxi’s culinary heritage with a private cooking class set inside a rustic courtyard home • Your WildChina guide will escort you to the airport and help you check in for your flight home
Yangshuo Secret Garden is a series of Qing Dynasty houses which have been painstakingly refurbished and given new life by Fengzi, a South African architect-turned-artist who found his muse between the misty karst formations of Yangshuo.