Minority groups wearing minority clothes in Guizhou

Guizhou Tours

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Guizhou has more than Laoganma chili sauces and Maotai baijiu. There can hardly be a province in China as magical as Guizhou, where centuries-old ethnic civilization and world-leading technical miracles have dramatically fused together.

Guizhou is the provincial home of many of China's of ethnic minorities, yet like any other traditional cultures, some ancient custom is facing challenges on the wane and disappearing.

Our private Guizhou tour gives insight into the diverse minority cultures and beyond it, Guizhou as a China's new big data valley and wonderland of picturesque karst landscape is expected to be discovered.

Inspirations for Your Tailor-Made Guizhou Tour

Minority Culture&Crafts

Miao Minority—Near Leishan&Danzhai

Dong Minority—Near Congjiang&Liping

Shui Minority—Sandu


Fanjing Mountain—Tongren

Huangguoshu Waterfall—Anshun

Wuyang River Cruise—Zhenyuan

Minority Festival

Zhouxi Lusheng Festival—Feb. 22-24

Sisters' Meal Festival—Apr. 19-May 21

Miao New Year Festival—Oct. 27-Nov.15

Suggested Guizhou Tour Itineraries

The following routes are examples to help you tailor your own Guizhou tour. Tell us what you would like. Our decicated one to one experts are waiting to create a unique tour to suit your preferences.

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Trip Notes

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4 Common Questions Travelers Ask Us

1. Ease of access

As China’s new big data valley, the network of Guizhou high-speed rail now links to many directions over the country.

Guizhou is a mountainous province but roads to every villages are accessible. So car is a ideal vehicle when transferring between villages. To provide you with a comfortable experience, private car is provided.

2.Best time to visit

August to October is the best time to visit Guizhou.

3. Hotels & Restaurants

Hotels: The facilities and service standards at hotels in Guizhou are not as good as those at hotels in larger cities. Air conditioning is available in some better hotels. Hotels in some towns may serve only Chinese breakfasts. During the tours, only basic Chinese toilets are typically available.

Restaurants: Local restaurants offer Chinese food in a basic environment.

4. What to pack

Temperatures can vary greatly between day and night, so warm clothes are required even in summer.

Bring shoes suitable for walking. Mosquito-repellent is also necessary when touring village areas in summer.

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