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The Three Gorges of Tuo River

Jintang County, China
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mjohn1948 wrote a review Mar 2016
London, United Kingdom231 contributions87 helpful votes
Expect something which is totally staged for the tourists (both international and chinese) and you wont be disappointed. Having said that is extraordinarily pretty; presents countless photo opportunities and is well worth the visit. Be prepared or a fair amount of walking - although paths are good quality and don't be tempted to keep pace with the herd. There are lots of places where you just need to pause - let everyone go past - and then soak up the atmosphere when they have all moved on. If you can arrange to be there when they do the wedding performance, then do so. It's funny, and - in a peculiar way - somewhat educational regarding local customs. Fine for all ages. Lots of "pause points" for older visitors and loads of space for children to run around and let off steam.
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Date of experience: October 2015
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warren161 wrote a review Dec 2015
Caledon, Canada391 contributions103 helpful votes
We were expecting it not to be so staged. Think of a Upper Canada Pioneer Village and you will not be disappointed. The tropical scenery is spectacular. The wooden walkway makes this a very gentle excursion. This tour is not wheelchair accessible. It takes about 3 hours walking at a leisurely pace to see everything. Lots of photo opportunities. The monkeys can be a little aggressive throwing stones if they are feeling threatened. In my opinion the mock Tujia wedding at the end would be nicer if acted out by one of the cast instead of taking a man from the audience to be a groom.
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Date of experience: November 2015
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Maggie O wrote a review Sep 2015
Sydney, Australia347 contributions105 helpful votes
A must see. Brilliant scenery and some walking. Takes about 3 hours. Journey is fantastic. Cost about 290 Yuan per person. Waterfalls fascinating caves and springs to enjoy and see. Not to miss
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Date of experience: August 2015
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