Guilin & Guizhou

Guilin & Guizhou Luxury Travel | Guilin & Guizhou Tour Packages from Dubai

Located in southwest China, Guilin and Guizhou retain large swaths of undiscovered territories occupied by colorful ethnic minorities, green valleys, stunning cultivated terraces, cascading waterfalls and spectacular limestone peaks.

Being of typical karsts terrain, Guilin is well-known for hundreds of towering limestone peaks jutting out of verdant rice paddies along the lovely Li River and known for its dramatic landscape of limestone karst. At its center are 2 lakes, Cedar and Banyan, remaining from a Tang Dynasty moat that once surrounded the city.

Equally appealing is the well-kept colorful ethnic minorities in Guizhou. Guizhou is a mountainous province in southwest China, the challenging mountain landscape has helped minority cultures maintain their unique traditional ways in the face of encroaching modernization.It's known for its ancient rural villages, traditionally inhabited by minority groups like the Miao and Dong and it is also famed for its 74m-high Huangguoshu Waterfalls.

Our expertise and years of experience ensure that you get you the best recommendations for your hotel choices, excellent guides and unique activities for your luxury holiday experience. Call today to explore a Guilin & Guizhou holiday  tour package.

Best Season

Sep - Mar

Particularly from Sep-Nov for view a golden harvest of rice paddies

Guilin – The Alternative Adventure Rice Terraces, Stunning River Scenery And Ethnic Minorities
From AED3,900/Adult
5 days
From AED3,900/Adult

An ancient saying goes, “East or West, Guilin scenery is the Best”. For centuries indeed, Guilin has inspired works of art, literature with the awe-inspiring scenery and the unsurpassed beauty of the Li River. Longsheng boasts spectacular natural scenery with spiraling rice terraces with ethnic villages.

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Guizhou - Insight Into Guizhou Ethnic Minorities
From AED4,900/Adult
5 days
From AED4,900/Adult

Guizhou, isolated from the rest of the world for centuries by its mountainous terrain, remains one of China’s most isolated and unspoiled provinces. Celebrated for its hospitality, the province is a lively, visual mix of thirteen different ethnic groups.

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