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Drive to Hemu village passed through some beautiful grasslands and zigzag mountain roads line up by pine trees. Upon arriving Hemu Village, we visited one of the Tuva Mongol home. We left our footwear outside and used our right leg when entering their home. They...More
This village is very commercialized with many eateries and motels. If you do not mind the rugged path, I would recommend staying a night in the village to catch the landscape during different parts of the day. Best place to do this is the mountain...More
Beautiful and relaxing area on the way to Kanas Lake. Lots of Kazakh yurts, the white tents the nomads live in. Horses, sheep and cattle everywhere. Great backdrop with the mountains. Enjoyed travelling through this region.
This place is suitable for a relax trip , more for local chinese people; not really recommend oversea tourists to travel all the way to visit this place, as not much activity or scenery or any historical value place/things .
Kanas national geo park is...More
We arrived at Hemu Village around 6pm. We did stay there for a night. There is a free shuttle bus to take u around but the last service finishes at 8pm.
The hotel that we stayed do not have any map. So we really just...More
Hire a horse! It takes less than a day to ride from Jiadengyu and two days and a night to ride from Kanas.
Both equally stunning. You will ride through dense forests, flourish paddocks and nomadic settlements along the way. Valleys, snow-capped mountains, rivers and...More
Stayed in the Hemu village for the night before visiting the grasslands in the morning. Climbing the many steps up to the upper grasslands can be quite tiring but worth it. One can see the whole village from the top n another step closer to...More
It is not easy to reach the Hemu village but it is worth driving there. We staid only one night which is a big mistake. Have a break on your tour and relax. We staid in the hotel in the upper village ( wooden bungalows...More
The best time to come definitely is the Autumn, but if I come during that time, I may not have a space to take pictures, so I chose to come in spring. Very pretty, you can do the horse riding. Recommend you to stay 2...More
Was with a tour group and we stayed 1 night in Hemu Village.
A humble village with some picturesque spots. Some say this is a photographer’s paradise, but that is if you know where are the spots to go. (I have no idea where the...More