“Shidu Scenic Spot, Karst Valleys, China”
It has the largest and most typical Karst valleys in north China and is the closest scenic spot of its kind to Beijing.
Renowned for its Green Mountains and River, Hundred Li Art Gallery, it also has twelve geological landscapes such as the Flying Rock, Chinese character Buddha in the Dragon Mountain, Rock in a Rock and more.
The Juma River winds its way across the mountains like a jade belt, and sets off the peaks. The landscape here combines the majesty of north and the grace of south China.
Shidu Scenic Area was designated as one of the Sixteen New Scenic Spots in Beijing in 1986, a National AAA Tourist Attraction in 1999, and approved as a National Geological Park in 2004.
Location: China, Beijing
Category: Culture and History
Duration: 8 hours
A local guide and any other fees including any museum entrance fees. Meals and transfers included only where stated
For groups of more than 6 people, price will be provided on application.
Restrictions: Available April- November. Lunch included.
Physical rating: Moderate – Involves a certain amount of walking and/or physical activity