Bamboo Rafting On Yulong
Yulong River is the biggest branch of Li
River in Yangshuo, the pretty Yulong River is said to
rival or even beat than Li River in terms of beauty.
Sitting in a chair on a raft
and float down clean and clear water of
Yulong river, your eyes will feast with
farmers working in the rice paddies, farmhouses,
green trees, bamboo groves, women washing
clothes, ducks paddling on the water and
towering pinnacles. It is really peaceful,
idyllic and relaxed life, this place usually
leaves you the biggest impression for your
trip to Guilin, you will have different
feeling from you are on the big boat cruise
in Li River.
Yulong River flows through some
of the most beautiful Karst (limestone)
scenery near Yangshuo. Local people use
rafts as daily transportation up and down
the river between house, markets, and rice
paddies. Some villagers made bigger rafts
and started to woo the travelers and soon
it became a highlight of tour around Yangshuo.
There are various docks for
bamboo rafting, you can choose one depends
your favorite and time. The top of Yulong
River Scenic Spot is Dragon Bridge which
is built in 1412.
The journey will bring you through
many farming villages and past several stone
bridges across the river such as the Yulong
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