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Lovely views from our river cruise ship

We cruised the Yangtze on a Victoria cruise, passing the 12 peaks. Our ship guide provided a... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
StephenGlobeTrotter
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Ashbourne, United Kingdom
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12 Peaks exceptional beauty

Truly a must do if you get to China. The Yangtze river and the 12 peaks area is such beauty, but of... read more

Reviewed April 21, 2018
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2 weeks ago
“Lovely views from our river cruise ship”
Apr 21, 2018
“12 Peaks exceptional beauty”
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We cruised the Yangtze on a Victoria cruise, passing the 12 peaks. Our ship guide provided a commentary as we passed. A very pleasing experience on a jade green river.

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Reviewed April 21, 2018

Truly a must do if you get to China. The Yangtze river and the 12 peaks area is such beauty, but of course you really have to take a river cruise to enjoy it all.

Thank elindoo
Reviewed May 28, 2016

I sailed through the gorge on a Sinorama cruise , the gorge is lovely and as others have said before it makes you wonder what it was like before it was flooded and now covered with 150 m of water. just off the main river...More

Thank andycoldham
Reviewed December 31, 2015

The Wu Gorge is the second gorge of the Three Gorges.It starts from Wushan mountains to Badong with a 45km length. In the dining hall, the captain's announcement alerted us to view the Wu Gorge at the sundeck after our buffet lunch.We cruised through a...More

Thank ManfreddNg
Reviewed October 3, 2015

One wonder what this would of been like before this land was flooded to be able to take the river cruise that we took. It is hard to believe that the water has been raised 150 meters It would of been nice to travel this...More

Thank Doug M
Reviewed September 14, 2015

Probably over-rated in my book but still most interesting. It makes you wonder what it looked like with 150metres less water in the Gorge.

Thank RodGarnett
Reviewed September 26, 2014

Our Cruise through the Wu Gorge was wonderfully scenic, with the 12 Peaks rearing above the Gorge, reaching from the waterline in a series of steep slopes, a mix of bare rock face and lush green vegetation. The Peaks line the Gorge, meaning a very...More

Thank Sandra and Alan S
Reviewed August 20, 2014

Visited last May. 7 day Yangtze cruise from Xian through Chongquing including the fabulous three gorges. The Wu Gorge was the second smaller gorge but it was a stunning stretch. The water was almost clear in places. Fabulous photos of both sides of the gorge...More

Thank regulartraveller01
Reviewed June 20, 2013

Excellent views along both sides of the Yangtze river but especially the 12 peeks including Goddess Peak in the Wu Gorge.

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