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1 Day Private Tour To Stone Forest and Jiuxiang Cave

#34 of 130 Tours in Yunnan
Yunnan, China
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About 1 Day Private Tour To Stone Forest and Jiuxiang Cave
Stone Forest and Jiuxiang Cave are the top attractions in Kunming. Stone Forest, as known as the 'First Wonder of the World'. Jiuxiang Cave, not only special but also romantic. You will experience those 2 attractions just in one day. Everything are arranged for you, such as entrance fee, privat car, private driver, English-speaking guide, and a nice Chinese lunch.Welcome to Yunnan and enjoy a stress free day with us!Attractions: Stone Forest, Jiuxiang Cave.
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NURUL ALAM S wrote a review Sep 2019
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: Known as the “First Wonder of the World”, the Kunming stone forest is 3 hours drive (about 120 Km) from the city. It is a spectacular set of limestone groups having various formations. Some are elegant, some are rugged & each is lifelike with it’s distinguishing characteristics. Walking through the site, you will be astonished to see the natural stone masterpieces, the stone art treasure. Tips for smooth travel:1.Take public transport like bus, train & rented taxi for sightseeing. 2. Wear jogging shoes, to avoid slippery terrain in side. 3.Take some snacks & bottled water. 4. Try to finish your tour before dark. There is a saying:”if you have visited Kunming without seeing the Stone Forest, you have wasted your time”. So don’t miss.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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tmithomas wrote a review Jan 2019
Klang, Malaysia300 contributions67 helpful votes
We had planned to do this as self tour but on our ride from airport, the van driver managed to CON(vinced) us to engage a driver to pick up and send us to this two places at a packaged deal price - inclusive of tickets and ride. For the four of us, they asked for 1800 renminbi. We agreed in order to save the hassle of travelling a distance. The con part came when we realised that the ticket price they mentioned were actually higher than what is shown at the counter, if we had just engaged the car and buy our own tickets, we could easily have saved around 400 rmb. That apart, both places were very very beautiful. We spend almost 4 hours in Stone Forest and we barely cover the main points. One day would be do more justice to the place (more is even better) As for Jiuxiang cave, it was interesting and as beautiful, in a very different way. And that you don't really need to worry about exploring, there is only one pathway and everybody is going the same direction. You just to walk along and stop to take some pictures or admire the nature's handiwork. ** note that if you are a student, you tend to get some discounts on entry tickets, helps save a lot of money if you are doing this alone.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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retiredhaha wrote a review Sep 2018
Oahu, Hawaii1737 contributions256 helpful votes
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We hired a Chinese speaking tour guide at the park, which was well worth the money $160 RMB; $200 for English speaking guide. The tour guide is well versed in the local history and Chinese interpretation of the stone formation. The guide also showed us the easy route within the park. Which made our visit a pleasure instead of being exhausted from walking aimlessly. Great place to visit; approximately 1.5 hour drive from Kunming.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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CarpeDiem wrote a review Aug 2018
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia87 contributions3 helpful votes
It's a spectacular wonder of mother nature. Well kept but the crowd was really overwhelming. It's actually quite a turn off. This is my second visit. I have better experience during my first visit in June 2016.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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AppR0SS wrote a review Jun 2018
Sydney, Australia37 contributions23 helpful votes
What an amazing place. We got there before it opened but by 10 am the crowds where oppressive. If you want an english speaking guide asked them one or two questions about their surrounds to see if they understand english first. Otherwise don't waste your money, just read the signs.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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