Yulong River, also called Little Li River, rises in Lingui County in Yangshuo. The river is about 43 kilometers (26 miles) long, with a drainage area of approximately 158 square kilometers (39,043 acres).Taking a bamboo raft ride is a relaxing way to enjoy amazing views of the Yulong (Dragon River) and Li River. Here you can enjoy the stunning scenery and views of country life on a non-motorised raft in the traditional way with a gondolier who steers you over the breakwaters past many small mud-brick villages and farmlands. Once you’re on the bamboo raft, sitting and enjoying the peaceful countryside, the limestone mountains, the beauty of this experience opens out before you. Even if you have cycled the area with a few hidden stretches approaching the river, the view from the river is very different.Yulong River Bamboo Rafting
Yulong River Bamboo Rafting
Guide will meet you at the hotel lobby and drive towards the dock at Jinlong Bridge. On the way you can stop for photos. Once on the raft, sit back and enjoy the countryside, limestone peaks, crystal clear water and farmland. Bamboo raft ride lasts around 1.5 hours. Guide will meet you at dock of Jiuxian Village. Spend some time exploring the cluster of old buildings and courtyards built from mud brick. It is a nice break for hikers as well and surely a delight of photographers.
Then move to the silver cave – an incredible underground cave containing numerous stalactite and mites, outclassing the Reed Flute Cave in Guilin. It is 25 kilometers away from Yangshuo. The cave is quite large and layered, cool in the summer and warm in winter. It is easy for younger to manage the steps inside and might be difficult for elderly on parts of the sections.Back to the hotel around 5pm.
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