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Situated next to the Tibetan Plateau, Sichuan is known for its fragrant, spicy cuisine and as the home of the Giant Panda. On this journey, we explore some of Sichuan’s more popular and scenic destinations, staring at Chengdu, the over 2,500-year-old capital city of Sichuan, you will visit the neighboring Giant Panda preserve and Sanxingdui Archeology Museum before journeying to the stunning landscapes featured Huanglong & Jiuzhaigou National Park, the second day we will hike the Huanglong valley by one way cable car to the top of the mountain and walk 1.5 hours down along the wooden path viewing the fantastic natural wonders, numerous colorful ponds of different sizes and shapes scattering along the valley. Our third full day will explore the natural beauty of Jiuzhaigou National Park, hike or take sightseeing bus to the Zhu zheng Gully, Rize Gully & Zezhawa Gully, enjoying picnic lunches in the serenity of the beautiful virgin forests, multi-leveled waterfalls and stunning colorful lakes with picturesque paths. The last relaxing day will spend in Chengdu by visiting the Wuhou Memorial Temple and nearby Jinli Street, get a good feel of the city’s slow-paced live.
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Dujiangyan Irrigation Project of China
The Dujiangyan Irrigation Project was completed around 250 BC during the Warring States Period. Prior to its construction, the Chengdu plain was prone to flooding in the winter and drought in the summer. Libing, a governor of Shu in the Qin state, created the system. Libing employed a method of channeling and dividing the water to harness the Minjiang Rivers. This was accomplished by separating the project into two main parts; the headwork and the irrigation system. The project effectively controls flooding and provides a method of irrigation.
Mt. Qingcheng
Qingcheng Mountain is located just southwest of Dujiangyan. Mt. Qingcheng is also known as Green City Mountain because the towering peaks covered with a dense forest of ancient trees are thought to resemble city battlements. Nestled among the lofty trees are 108 monasteries, temples and pavilions with the highest peak, Laoxiaoding (Old Heaven Top), rising 1,600 meters (5,250ft) above sea level.
Dinosaur Museum in Zigong County
Built on the Dashanpu Dinosaur Fossils Site, is one of the three biggest dinosaur site museums in the world.
Mt. Emei
Emeishan is one of the four most sacred Buddhist Mountains in China. Local legend has it that the mountain derived its name from two peaks that face each other and resemble eyebrows. The undulating peaks, covered with lush forests and green bamboo occupy an area of more than 300 square kilometers (116 square miles) in southwest Sichuan Province.
Leshan Giant Buddha
Leshan Giant Buddha is an enormous statue carved into the side of Lingyun Mountain. The Buddha is over 71 meters (230 feet) tall and is wide enough for more than 100 people to sit between its feet. The massive carving began in 713 AD during the Tang Dynasty and was completed in 803 AD. The Buddha overlooks the confluence of the Min, Qingyi and Dadu rivers and is reputed to be the largest carved stone Buddha in the world. A local saying says, ’The Mountain is a Buddha, the Buddha is a mountain’.
Wolong is situated in the southwest of the Wenchuan County, 130 kilometers (81 miles) from Chengdu. It is well known as the home of the giant pandas. Apart from the great number of rare animals and plants, this natural reserve also boasts enthralling sceneries combining with mountains, waters, forests, caves.
Jiuzhaigou Travel Tips by Seasons
The snow of winter starts melting during the middle ten days of March. During the snow melting period, the roads become slippery. Tourists should wear slip-proofing shoes. Every thing comes to at that time and Jiuzhaigou begins to show up some green of spring. Jiuzhaigou spring is from Mark till the end of May. There is strong sunlight in Jiuzhaigou because of the plateau landscape there. It is not cold in Jiuzhaigou spring, but the ultraviolet radiation is strong. Our tourists should take thin coats and sweaters along with them. Then, girls should better bring with their sun blocks (lotions).
Jiuzhaigou summer time starts from June and ends in August. At that time every where of Jiuzhaigou is green. Summer is also the rainy season of Jiuzhaigou. There will be suddenly rain there. The rain will not last very a long time. So, if you are traveling there in summer and come across the rain, you need not worry about it. The scenery of Jiuzhaigou becomes clearer after the rain, so it will be the best time for taking photos. Jiuzhaigou is not hot in summer except those places blazed down by sun. The wearing tips are T-shirts, dusts coat and jeans. It is nice and cool during early morning and evening, so a dust coat is a wise decision too. At last, you should not miss your sunglasses, sunbonnet, sun lotion and umbrella.
Jiuzhaigou enjoys its most beautiful appearance in fall. Most people regard the fall of Jiuzhaigou as the most spectacular scenery among all four seasons. Yes, it is true! The maple leaves have changed their color. The read maple leaves reflect with the green and blue water. You will be surprising of the masterpiece by nature! The difference in temperature between day and night is bigger. In fall, you should bring with thin sweater and thick coat to Jiuzhaigou.

Generally, Jiuzhaigou Nature Park enters into winter at the end of October. And winter is long there lasted until March of next year. In winter, Jiuzhaigou Nature Park is snowy from time to time. Jiuzhaigou is covered by snow and turns into a pure white world. White is the theme color in winter of Jiuzhaigou. When you make your itinerary to Jiuzhaigou in winter, you should wear down coat or thick coat, trousers, shoes and do not forget to wear a hat.


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