We all travel for the Ahs, the reflective gasp of arriving in the presence of something we’ve never seen in our own home-stomping ground, something awe-inspiring, that quite literally takes our breath away. And we root around like truffle-hunting pigs for destinations that will give us those ahs. Well, now it would seem that China has a province chock full of them.
Guizhou has ahs, lots of them. And the ahs are varied. So if standing transfixed before natural beauty is your thing, Giuzhou’s got you covered. Likewise, if you live to soak in the exquisite wonder of a man-made wonder, Guizhou deserves to be amidst your must-sees.
Natural beauty lovers have tons to ogle at, from Asia’s longest cave, to a drop of 70 meters, covering 101 meters, of pure, gorgeous waterfall. There is a giant natural azalea forest and high rolling mountains to view and traverse. So athletes get your mouths watering. Technical marvels abound in Guizhou too, including the world’s highest, cliff-spanning bridge and the very biggest one-dish radio telescope.
- Guizhou, a Chinese province, has many natural wonders that make it a great travel destination.
- There are mountains, a beautiful waterfall, a natural azalea forest, and Asia’s longest cave, all waiting to be ogled by visitors of Guizhou.
- There are technological marvels as well, such as the longest bridge, spanning two cliffs to be found anywhere.
“During the 19 surveys carried out since the karst cave was discovered three decades ago, scientists have found a number of rare fossils (including those of an extinct saber-toothed tiger), underground landform features (including five rivers and waterfalls) and many cave-dwelling animal species.”