Home to a multitude of minority groups, including the Yao, Miao, Yi, Qing, Dong, Zhuang, Buyi, Bai, Tujia, Gelao, Shui and dominated by mountainous karst topography, Guizhou offers a similar range of adventure activities as Yangshuo in equally stunning surroundings. Not only is it home to the beginnings of Mao and the communist revolution in China, it has an array of adventure, historical, geological, and cultural educational opportunities. It is one of the most historically, culturally, and geologically diverse regions in China, making it one of the most location rich and educationally relevant areas we visit.
Maolan Karst Forest - The Maolan Karst Forest consists of mountains, water, forests and caves, all in the same location. It is ideal for nature lovers and photographers, and provides a multitude of opportunities for environmental and ecological education.
Huangguoshu Waterfall - Houanggoushu is the biggest in China and among the world's most famous waterfalls.
Dragon Palace - Dragon Palace is located nearly twenty miles southwest of Anshun City and boasts an exciting, scenic, and geologically educational underground Karst cave. A boat-ride will take you to see the magnificent views.
Zhijin Cave - Famous for its massive, scale, stalagmites, stone pillars and stone pagodas in unbelievable heights and numbers, there are over forty kinds of Karst precipitation formations in the cave. The Zhinjin Cave is known as "the Museum of Karst Formation".
Hongfeng (Red Maple) Lake - thirty-three kilometers from Guiyang city, it has over 100 islands within the clear blue water lake.
Multi-day white water rafting