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Why Tour Guizhou
Guizhou was chosen as one of the 2016 top 52 travel destinations of the world by New York Times on January 7, and Guizhou and Hangzhou were the only 2 from China. Here are the details:

Guizhou
China

Authentic Chinese Hill Tribes without Mass Tourism-yet

Guizhou province has long been one of China¨s least accessible regions. As a result, its ethnic minority Miao and Dong mountain villages retain an unhurried pace and authentic feel compared with Lijiang, China¨s famous minority center, which draws 20 million visitors a year. At least for now. Now Guizhou, too, is starting to open more widely to tourism. The trip from Guangzhou was shortened from more than 20 hours to four after the opening of a $20 billion high-speed railway at the end of 2014. And in 2015, Bike Aways, a Hongkong tour operator, added several Guizhou itineraries, including a Miao shaman festival hiking trip in January. High-end hotels are also opening in the region, including the Anantara Guiyang Resort early this year.

Justin Bergman
                              ------ New York Times

A Chinese Tribal Village Terraced Fields of Tang'an Hill Tribes(Hmong)

 

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