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World Heritage Network - Jiuzhaigou Natural Reserve Adventure Tours

Jiuzhaigou County, China
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Jiuzhaigou is officially known as Jiuzhai Valley in English. It is also known for its many multi-level waterfalls and colorful lakes. If you wish to explore a fantasy world of beautiful mountain sceneries, please email us and we will arrange the tour for you.
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CharlotteAng wrote a review Aug 2018
Singapore2 contributions
Jiuzhaigou national park had earlier announced the news that Jiuzhaigou is closed in 1st July 2018 because of the landslides due to heavy rainfall. Thank goodness I booked a guided tour with World Heritage Network in June for my second trip to Jiuzhaigou and it was great but nothing compared to my first visit there about 2 years ago during winter. Based on my experience, between summer and winter season, the most beautiful season to explore this national park is the winter season. And the most beautiful lake to explore during winter is the Multi-Color Lake. Maybe it's due to heavy snow and the all white environment surrounding the lake that made the lake looked more striking in turquoise blueish color. I used to look at pictures of Jiuzhaigou during winter at Google image but nothing compared to looking at it in real life. The striking color of the lake, the ambience, the cold weather and the smell of chilling breeze of cool air are what made this spot a real tourist attraction during winter. I was there traveling alone in a guided tour with a male guide called Alan who spoke very good english and mandarin. He was very professional and caring. It was him who showed me this interesting spot in Jiuzhaigou. He did mentioned that sometimes the National Park will close this site during heavy snow and I was lucky that I could really experience walking along this multicolor lake during heavy snow. My only regret was I forgot to bring my camera as I left it in my hotel. So I didn't take any pictures for this special moment. It would have been like in a scene of a very romantic movie. Walking along a beautiful lake with heavy snow. Well, they say the most important part of a journey is not the photos you take but having memories of the place that you had been and to cherish them in your heart forever.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Response from Rorne, Director of Tour & Marketing at World Heritage Network - Jiuzhaigou Natural Reserve Adventure Tours
Responded Aug 4, 2018
Dear Charlotte Ang Thank you very much for your wonderful in review posted at our page and thank you for doing this tour for the second time with us. We do remember your first winter tour to Jiuzhaigou with us on December 2016 and we are glad that you had enjoyed your tour at that time with your guide, Alan, as he is one of the best professional guides that we have in our network for Jiuzhaigou Natural Reserve tour and still is. By the way, Alan, sends regards to you. As you know, Jiuzhaigou is officially known as Jiuzhai Valley in English. It is also known for its many multi-level waterfalls and colorful lakes. Huanglong Scenic Valley on the other hand is known for its colorful pools formed by calcite deposits, especially in Huanglonggou (Yellow Dragon Gully), as well as diverse forest ecosystems, snow-capped peaks, waterfalls and hot springs. I hope you will also explore Huanglong on your next trip to China again. If you need any assistance when you are in China, do contact us as we are always ready to be at your service again ya. We wish you all the best in your life and many thanks for engaging our network service. Do take good care. Cheers! Best regards Rorne Tan Director of Tour & Marketing WORLD HERITAGE NETWORK
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Goh S wrote a review Aug 2018
Taipei, Taiwan1 contribution
Too bad that Jiuzhaigou National Park is now closed due to the rainy season. It was also destroyed by earthquake in August last year. I was there only a month before in July 2017. I remembered trekking the Rize Valley before ending at Zechawa Valley where my guide, Steven, guided me to Pearl Shoal Fall. Though this waterfall is not as beautful and well known as Nuorilang Fall which is the symbol of Jiuzhaigou, it has a serene and cozy environment for any tourists to enjoy. When you are there, you need to walk down a lot of steps beside the fall. At the bottom it has some shelters where you can sit and relax and enjoy the view of the waterfall. The sound of the fall itself really could calm your nerves and made you relax your mind. I remembered my guide, Steven, told me about the history of the eartquakes at Jiuzhaigou and the worst quake happened in 2008 called Wenchuan earthquake or Great Wenchuan Earthquake where some most beautiful lakes were destroyed from landslides. Though there were badly destroyed, mother nature somehow came back to repair them and after a few years the destoyed lakes transformed themselves into a more beautiful attraction than before. He said this is why Jiuzhaigou is so special and is always protected by divine forces and will always be beautiful no matter how many earthquakes happen to this place. His story is always very interesting. Trekking this beautiful park while listening to interesting story like this from your guide is the reason why exploring Jiuzhaigou National Park is such a great adventure. I must also commend the Director of Tour, Rorne from World Heritage Network for being so professional in arranging my tour besides getting such a wonderful guide for my trip. Thanks so much and sorry it takes so long for me to write this review. Something I always wanted to do for a long time until I came across this Page tonight. Cheers!
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Responded Aug 2, 2018
Dear Goh, Thank you very much for your wonderful in review posted at our page finally after a year since you last toured Juzhaigou National Park with us. We are glad that you had enjoyed your tour and our guide, Steven, took good care of you as he is one of the best professional guides that we have in our network for Jiuzhaigou Natural Reserve tour. By the way, Steven sends regards to you. As you know, Jiuzhaigou is officially known as Jiuzhai Valley in English. It is also known for its many multi-level waterfalls and colorful lakes. Huanglong Scenic Valley on the other hand is known for its colorful pools formed by calcite deposits, especially in Huanglonggou (Yellow Dragon Gully), as well as diverse forest ecosystems, snow-capped peaks, waterfalls and hot springs. I hope you will explore Huanglong on your next trip to China again. If you need any assistance when you are in China, do contact us as we are always ready to be at your service again ya. We wish you all the best in your life and many thanks for engaging our network service. Do take good care. Cheers! Best regards Rorne Tan Director of Tour & Marketing WORLD HERITAGE NETWORK
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Edge L wrote a review Nov 2017
Berlin, Germany1 contribution2 helpful votes
We flew from Chengdu - twice - I guess you have to be prepared for delays when flying to this sort of destination! We arrived at Chengdu airport and after checking-in received a phone call from our guide, Christy, hired from World Heritage Network who is based in Jiuzhaiguo teling us that it was very foggy at Jiuzhaigou Airport. Nevertheless Air China boarded our aircraft on time and then told us that it was foggy at our destination and the flight would be delayed. After sitting on the tarmac for 90 minutes we eventually got underway. On the final approach to Jiuzhaigou the pilot informed us that we would be returning to Chengdu as the weather was unsuitable for landing. So back we went and after a further 2 hours we took off once more. The approach to Jiuzhaigou is very beautiful, we flew below the level of the mountain tops but still above the clouds. Breathtaking. Having spent so much time on the aircraft one of the first jobs in Jiuzhaigou Airport was to go to the bathroom. Oh Dear, back to the real China with a bump. All of the toilets were broken and in a thoroughly disgusting state - just what a tourist expects to find! The airport authorities and China should be ashamed of themselves as this is supposed to be the port of entry to one of China's National treasures. Appalling. The following day under the guidance of our guide, Christy, we arrived at the entrance to the Valley at about 0900, the rain was falling but it really did not matter given the beautiful surroundings. Christy took us with one of the busses to the top of the valley and then worked our way back down alternating between walking and bussing as we wanted. Also the Tibetian lunch recommended by Christy at the hawker centre in the park was incredibly delicious. Never know that China has this great ancient asian food. Later we proceed with the internal bus. The bus was in excellent and clean condition, as mentioned elsewhere the behavior of the Chinese people when boarding and leaving was pretty ridiculous but no worse than I have had to live with elsewhere in China on a daily basis. Best thing is to just take them on at their own game, head-down and shoulder charge. They seem to be quite shocked when a foreigner gives them a dose of their own treatment. The lakes, ponds and waterfalls are quite beautiful although I much prefer those of the English Lake District. The whole valley is immaculately clean and we saw numerous workers going around picking up the litter so casually dropped by the Chinese tourists even though there are plenty of litter bins to hand. The mountains are spectacular, a visit to the valley must be worthwhile, I managed to take more than 800 photographs! My Chinese wife was under the impression that the waterfalls here were the biggest in the world. By the way, we saw a couple of people managing to get around in wheelchairs and one guy on crutches so most people can manage to visit without serious problems. My favourite sight? The truly spooky underwater trees to be seen in quite a few of the lakes and ponds. Overall, it was one of our best tours in China and much thanks to Christy for being a wonderful caring guide and Rorne too, the Tour Director of World Heritage Network, for making a wonderful last minute arrangement for us for our hotel accommodation, transport, guide including giving us indepth advice of where and how to visit these remarkable sites at Jiuzhaigou. We highly recommend this network to any foreign tourists who visit Jiuzhaigou. Bravo!
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Date of experience: September 2017
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Responded Dec 2, 2017
Dear Edge, Thank you very much for your wonderful in review posted at our page. We are glad that you had enjoyed your tour and our guide, Christy, took good care of you as she is one of the best professional guides that we have in our network for Jiuzhaigou Natural Reserve tour. As you know, Jiuzhaigou is officially known as Jiuzhai Valley in English. It is also known for its many multi-level waterfalls and colorful lakes. As advised, Huanglong Scenic Valley on the other hand is known for its colorful pools formed by calcite deposits, especially in Huanglonggou (Yellow Dragon Gully), as well as diverse forest ecosystems, snow-capped peaks, waterfalls and hot springs. I hope you will explore Huanglong on your next trip to China. For this trip, we are very glad that you had explored all of Jiuzhaigou Natural Reserve and experienced China's unqiue heritage and beautiful nature. If you need any assistance in the future when you are in China again, do contact us as we are always ready to be at your service again ya. We wish you all the best in your life and many thanks for engaging our network service. Do take good care. Cheers! Best regards Rorne Tan Director of Tour & Marketing WORLD HERITAGE NETWORK
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future0ne wrote a review Nov 2017
Singapore, Singapore1 contribution1 helpful vote
This is one of most beautiful spots I have been on earth. And I have seen a lot. I was guided by our guide, Alan, from World Heritage Network, which sequence to follow when visiting. I was advised to go 2 days in the park. But actually, after the tour with our guide concluded, I have realised that most of the scenery's can be done in one day. Here's my advice: The park is formed in Y-shape, with entrance at the bottom of Y-shape. The main attractions in the right upper arm Y and bottom leg Y. in left upper arm Y only interesting is the Five color lake at the top; the rest is dry valley.....nothing special. Go with bus to the top of right upper arm Y and get yourself dropped at Premival Forest. Forest actually is “nothing special" so to save time..... Skip it (unless you want to see forest trees which are nothing different from forests I know).... just get the next bus that goes downstream. Then go with Bus stops downstream: From Forest to the Panda lake, just drop off and on, to see some spots along the way....just for photo-shooting (Swan lake, Grass Lake and Arrow Bamboo lake)... you can skip the great waterfall Site in Jungle since you will find similar further downstream. Starting at Panda lake just start some hiking around. You could decide here to walk to panda waterfall; after this get on the bus again bringing you to next beautiful and colorful Five Flower Lake. Just start here to do some serious walking around this lake and towards pearl beach. I decided to stay in the area and get on the bus till next drop off at Pearl Beach. At Pearl Beach, just follow the people, leading you to the Pearl Waterfall. After having visited the waterfall, get on the bus again to middle Y section road crossing. At road crossing take the bus, bringing you to Long Lake. Along the way up to left upper arm Y, you can see the dry canyon on your left side: nothing special, unless you like long walking in not so interesting area. At Long Lake drop of the buss and take some photo shots at the platform, then walk along the path down to Five Color Lake. After five Color lake, take the bus back to middle section Y road junction and follow the signs to go by walking to the Nuorilang Fall. After having visited the fall, get on the bus towards Exit. On the way to the exit there is some main-bus-stops that show you to several site seeing spots and waterfalls. Just follow the Buss-drivers-instructions to get off the buss and follow the people that just do the same as you are doing. It is pretty much all the same as spots you have seen in the right upper Y arm; only with some different surroundings. As mentioned, all is doable in one day visit. If you really like to walk a lot, you can decide to split the above in two day’s with extra walking instead of getting off and on the bus. Also getting a guide will definitely help if this is the first time you are going in order not to get lost. Hire a guide with comfortable transport to pick you up from Airport, that will be the best choice. For best service, engage World Heritage Network if you were to visit Jiuzhagou. They are the best!
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Date of experience: November 2017
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Response from Rorne, Director of Tour & Marketing at World Heritage Network - Jiuzhaigou Natural Reserve Adventure Tours
Responded Nov 26, 2017
Dear Steve (Future One) Thank you very much for your wonderful in review posted at our page. We are glad that you had enjoyed your tour and our guide, Alan, took good care of you as he is one of the best professional guides that we have in our network for Jiuzhaigou Natural Reserve tour. As you know, Jiuzhaigou is officially known as Jiuzhai Valley in English. It is also known for its many multi-level waterfalls and colorful lakes. Huanglong Scenic Valley on the other hand is known for its colorful pools formed by calcite deposits, especially in Huanglonggou (Yellow Dragon Gully), as well as diverse forest ecosystems, snow-capped peaks, waterfalls and hot springs. We are very glad that you had explored all these and experienced China's unqiue heritage and beautiful nature. If you need any assistance in the future when you are in China again, do contact us as we are always ready to be at your service again ya. We wish you all the best in your life and many thanks for engaging our network service. Do take good care. Cheers! Best regards Rorne Tan Director of Tour & Marketing WORLD HERITAGE NETWORK
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