Planning a trip to China and don't know where to start? Find out more about some of top things to do in Guizhou Province with Wendy Wei Tours' Guizhou travel guide. We detail the best things to do in Guizhou including Zhaoxing Dong Village, Huangguoshu Waterfall, Longgong Cave, Caohai Lake and other Guizhou attractions. Find out more about the best Guizhou attractions outlined below:
Longhorn Miao Village Hidden in the remote mountains in Guizhou, the Longhorn Miao Village was first built. The one-of-a-kind Miao houses are well-preserved and the local villagers still preserve their unique culture and traditions to ensure they're passed down between generations.
Kaili Acclaimed as “the 100-Festival Village”, Kaili has the longest and widest wind and rain bridge as well as the largest Miao Village. It's an entracnce point to the villages of South-Eastern Guizhou Province and short distance from Guiyang. It also offers historical and cultural sites and a natural landscape for you to explore.
Zhaoxing Dong Village Known as the Largest Dong village across China, Zhaoxing Dong Village features 5 different drum towers and has the well-preserved traditional layout of Dong village. You can explore the unique Dong buildings and experience the local life and Dong culture ethnic minority culture within Zhaoxing.
Huangguoshu Waterfalls Famous for its great water currents and falls, Huangguoshu Waterfall is one of the most famous waterfalls in the world. At a height of 77.8 meters and 101 meters wide, it is an incredible waterfall that is eroded in the karst landscape style and Guizhou's most famous attraction.
Longgong Cave The Longgong Cave is Located 35 kilometers from the Huangguoshu Waterfalls. The Longong Cave Scenic Area offers the largest caves in all of China and this entire area is a combination of caves, valleys, waterfalls, peaks, cliffs, underground rivers and stone forests. It is also home to rare Chinese herbs.
Caohai Lake Located 360 kilometers west from Guiyang, Caohai Lake covers an area of 120 square kilometers. It is ideal for bird watching as it is home to Black-necked Crane, Eastern Imperial Eagle, White-tailed Eagle and other birds. Bird-watching enthusiasts go to Caohai Lake and enjoy the high plateau, environment and scenery.