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Meals: Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Shaoguan Danxia Hongjinwan Hotel or similar
Today you will be driven from Guangzhou to Shaoguan, which is about 3.5-4 hours drive.
This 2 Day Shaoguan Danxia tour will explore the Danxia Mountains, which are a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and likewise, a world-famous geopark in China.
Danxia is a unique geological land formation, found particularly in the southeast, southwest, and northwest of China. It mainly refers to the landscape of red steep cliffs, formed from red-colored sand-stones and conglomerates.
After arriving and having lunch, you will be guided to explore the Shaoguan Danxia Geopark. Your sightseeing excursion in the afternoon will follow this route: Yang Yuan Stone, Yunya Cliff Path, Jiaxun Pavilion, Ximei Zhai, Jiujiu Heavenly Ladder, Shaibu Rock, Heavenly Bridge, and lastly, Habo Rock and Lion Rock.
After enjoying the magnificent sunset, descend the mountain and check into the hotel. A private en-suite bathroom and air-conditioner are provided in the room.
After having a simple, yet delicious Chinese breakfast at the hotel, you will be guided again to explore the other attractions inside the Shaoguan Danxia Park. Today's sightseeing will follow this route: Zhaolao Peak (cable car is available at your own expense), Sunrise Viewing Pavilion, Biechuan Temple, and Jinshi Rock. You will then descend the mountain to vist Xianglong Lake and Yinyuan Stone.
Next on the itinerary, is a short cruise on the Jinjiang River to enjoy the breathtaking Danxia landscapes along the river bank.
Finally, you will be driven back to Guangzhou.
Cruise, Mountains, Nature, Outdoor Activity, Walking Tour, World Heritage Site
Attractions: Danxia Mountains
Cities visited: Shaoguan
Provinces visited: Guangdong
Ideal seasons: Winter, Summer, Spring, Autumn
Ideal audiences: Singles, Couples, Dating, Family
Religions: Muslim, Jewish, Buddhist, Christian, Taoist, Bahá'í
Type of transportation: Private Car