Guilin & Guizhou

Located in southwest China, Guilin and Guizhou retain large swaths of undiscovered territories occupied by colorful ethnic minorities.

Being of typical karsts terrain, Guilin is well-known for hundreds of towering limestone peaks jutting out of verdant rice paddies along the lovely Li River. Equally appealing is the well-kept colorful ethnic minorities in Guizhou. The challenging mountain landscape has helped minority cultures maintain their unique traditional ways in the face of encroaching modernization.

Best Season

Sep - Mar

Particularly from Sep-Nov for view a golden harvest of rice paddies

Guizhou - Insight Into Guizhou Ethnic Minorities
From S$ 2,170/Adult
5 days
From S$ 2,170/Adult

Guizhou, isolated from the rest of the world for centuries by its mountainous terrain, remains one of China’s most isolated and unspoiled provinces. Celebrated for its hospitality, the province is a lively, visual mix of thirteen different ethnic groups.

Guizhou Festival Extravanganza - Sharing A Sister Meal, Celebrating Double 9th Festival Or Enjoying Lusheng
From S$ 2,070/Adult
5 days
From S$ 2,070/Adult

One of the most populous groups of ethnic minorities is the Miao and they celebrate over 20 festivals in a year.  Concentrate on catching these festivals when the villages are at its colorful best with local girls dressed up in stunning costumes with brilliant display of their embroidery and silvers.

Guizhou To Guilin Overland Adventure - Through The Time Warp Land Of Ethnic Minorities
From S$ 2,950/Adult
7 days
From S$ 2,950/Adult

Journey into some of the most inaccessible areas of Guizhou and Guilin, into untouched Miao, Dong, Yao and Zhuang villages. Beautiful landscapes await from vast expanses of green valleys, stunning cultivated terraces, cascading waterfalls and spectacular limestone peaks.

Guilin – The Alternative Adventure - 	Stunning river scenery, Ethnic minorities and Rice terraces
From S$ 1,590/Adult
5 days
From S$ 1,590/Adult

Cruise the Li River in an intimate, non-touristy way on a private motorised bamboo raft instead of the regular tourist ferry. Ride on a biking trail to see authentic villages and hike through rice paddy fields and climb the Moon Hill for a panoramic  view of Yangshuo. Stay in boutique lodges set amidst rice terraces instead of just making a day excursion.

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