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4-Day Private Tour to Hakka Tulou,Xiamen and Mount Wuyi
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4-Day Private Tour to Hakka Tulou,Xiamen and Mount Wuyi

Visit highlights of Fujian including the Hakka Tulous,Xiamen and Mount Wuyi with this private 4 days tour from Xiamen.<br><br>You will be picked up from your Xiamen hotel and dropped off at Nanping.
$2,522.00 per adult
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GaborLeo wrote a review May 2017
Slagelse, Denmark202 contributions114 helpful votes
Wu-yi Mountains are a World Heritage Site in NE Fujian Province. Spectacular mountains, huge rock boulders - like a single boulder of the size of a mountain - can be visited by rafting along the Fayu River on a bamboo raft or by hiking. I confess I am puzzled - such a magnificient scenery, and most of the visitors enjoy the echo of their own loud and silly shouting. We were lucky by going in the low season, plus in solid rain. There were a few other rafts but no crowds. However, as soon as you approach the site and see the arrangements and barriers, you realise this must be chockablock with people in decent weather, meaning endless hours of queues, one raft touching the other, and lots of noise. If you are not disturbed, go - the views of the mountains are truly fantastic. If you'd rather see them withouth the people swarming around noisily, then go in the off season. I guess it is pointless to try to convince the Chinese that natural attractions are not enhanced by calligraphy on the side of huge rocks. But then - possibly there are also others who think that signs of "the presence of humans" add to the beauty of a landscape. I am not one of those, but the phenomenon doubtless exists.
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Date of experience: November 2016
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