Situated in southwest China and attributed to the subtropical plateau zone, Guizhou is known as “Qian” for short. Mountains and hills make up over 97% of the area of the province of Guizhou, where visitors can see the most typical karst area in the world. With unique surroundings, varied topography, pleasant weather and a temperature of 15 °c on an average without severe cold in winter and sweltering hot in summer.
Guizhou is the homeland of ethnic minorities and the best-kept aboriginal ecological state in southwestern China. This tour will focus on exploring Miao and Dong Minorty in Kaili and Zhaoxing.