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Jiuzhaigou Natural Reserve

Zhangzha Town, 623400, China
+86 837 773 9753
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3-Day Private Tour of Jiuzhaigou From Chengdu With Flight
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Jiuzhaigou Valley, eulogized as a world of magical fairytale, has for years enchanted tourists with its mountains and luxuriant forests, colorful lakes, gushing waterfalls and abundant wildlife. To its south is the Huanglong (Yellow Dragon Scenic Area). Jiuzhaigou Valley is located in Nanping County, 450 kilometers (about 280 miles) to the north of Chengdu City, Sichuan, covers a total area of 720 square kilometers and the valley is 50 kilometers in length. In 1992, UNESCO entered this scenic area onto the world natural heritage list.Jiuzhaigou, literally the Nine Village Valley, is hence known for the nine Tibetan villages within its boundary, Inhabited by Tibetans, the nine villages and alpine lakes, are like reflecting mirrors or crystal jade blocks inlaid in snow mountains and forests.
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Zhangzha Town, 623400, China
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Jiuzhaigou nature reserve is truly beautiful, and it amazing to discover that China is home to such a gem. I enjoy visiting many natural wonders and feel like this is one of the most amazing places I have been to. But many people do not...More

Thank fozolala
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

JZG is simply stunning. I dont know how much of it is still there as the earthquake happened the day we left. If it is, then go. It is as impressive as hiking the Grand Canyon. Definitely walk from the entrance if you can so...More

Thank WakingDragon
Reviewed August 19, 2017

We greatly enjoyed our visit to Jiuzhaigou National Park. The lakes are stunning and the autumn foliage was wonderful. However, the organization is not great, and you need a strategy to avoid the crowds. 90% of the people go to the end of the park...More

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Reviewed August 19, 2017 via mobile

There was either very slow or even no water available to wash hands in/near the restrooms, that is, it is not within the tradition to wash hands after using the toilet. Implies - those who prepare your food, serve your food, make your bed -do...More

Thank Jennie Y
Reviewed August 18, 2017 via mobile

I was surprised to find streams and lakes in China with such clear water. The Jiuzhagou Nature Reserve offers very well developed walkways next to the crystal clear lakes, rapids and waterfalls. Busses transport the tourists to the top of the valley from where they...More

Thank kobusm913
Reviewed August 15, 2017

We travelled around China and saw lots of places. Jiuzhaigou is very very over rated. The scenery is 7/10 but is marred by poor organisation and corruption. The photos on the internet are really not what you see in real life. The hotels are really...More

Thank Mark J
Reviewed August 7, 2017

Massive crowds everywhere. Mega queues to get on buses to go up to mountain. Like a scrum to get on the buses. Plenty of pushing and shoving on paths and especially getting on buses even with the guards doing crowd control. People eating picnics sitting...More

Thank Nanchang_Nel
Reviewed August 6, 2017 via mobile

This place was truly amazing... filmed it with my drone during my 2 days there in June :) have a look on my YouTube channel Linping Lou !

Thank Louis D
Reviewed August 4, 2017

Any of your hotel staff will be able to give you the best itinerary of the park depending on the length of your stay. We only had one day and checked the weather forecast before even bothering with the treacherous journey from Chengdu. We had...More

Thank NaomiF2901
Reviewed July 27, 2017

Although there are hoards of people here it is still a wonderful place to visit. Lovely lakes and waterfalls and well organized. If you are a group go VIP and get your own minibus and driver which will make it an even more special experience....More

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Kerry J
August 25, 2017|
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Response from kobusm913 | Reviewed this property |
We were there during the winter last year but I posted it only recently, omitting my to record the month correctly. I heard some of the hotels have extensive damage, but I'm sure you can find a hotel that is undamaged.
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violetale
July 22, 2017|
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Response from Ana Z | Reviewed this property |
hi violetale, I think jiuzhaigou has no airport, we travelled there by bus organized by a Chinese travel agency, but requires to join them for 3 days to get to jiuzhaigou. it is reachable also by public transport but may be... More
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mc g
July 3, 2017|
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Response from RACHELSIS | Reviewed this property |
Hi, This is very subjective. Speaking out of concerns, Jiu Zhai Gou can be too challenging for your aunt as she is 70 years old, has minor blood pressure and need walking stick. Why? Possible accident: There is a... More
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