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Thursday, May 16, 2013

Alternate to Jiuzhaigou National Park with an Ecotour to Zharu Valley Exclusively by WindhorseTour

WindhorseTour, a local travel agency with 10 years of experience in tailor making tours throughout China for English-speaking travelers, has just released 4-day Jiuzhaigou tour with a trek to Zharu Valley, a quiet valley in the national park, where few travelers have ever visited.

Lying on the highest mesa in the world between the Sichuan Basin and the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau, Jiuzhaigou Valley is listed as a UNESCO world heritage site because of the large number of lake groups, waterfalls and rich variety of endangered plants. Sally, a client of WindhorseTour said, “There are so many great views in Jiuzhaigou Valley! Very restful as we wanted.”

Compared with the other Jiuzhaigou Valleys, Zharu Valley is a steep limestone and granite valley which has been reserved as an eco-tourism zone in Jiuzhaigou National park. It covers a smaller area and proudly stands in its tranquil and undisturbed alpine beauty, offering a unique landscape for those who want to have an alternative experience in Jiuzhaigou.

The trek in Zharu Valley starts on the third day. The itinerary is suitable for all levels of fitness and experience. The local guide can adjust the length of the trekking according to their clients’ preference.

This 4-day Jiuzhaigou Zharu Valley trekking tour also balances a one day visit to the three main valleys of Jiuzhaigou. Clients will see as much of over 100 crystal clear lakes, gorgeous waterfalls, lush protected forests, and local Tibetan villages as possible.

Zharu valley is home to many Tibetans. The activities in this trip includes learning about the locals' unique life and culture. The Mazi Fair, held every year in June, is the most important and largest celebrations in summer. It is a vital religious event for Tibetans living here. On that day, the local Tibetans will dress up and come here to participate in the celebration.

WindhorseTour specializes in creating tailor made experiences based on every client’s unique needs and operating groups to all provinces in China. Please visit for more information or contact them.

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