Cave scenic spots in Guizhou that are worth a visit

Guizhou has many incredibly magical karst cave scenic areas. Here, there are various bizarre-shaped stalactites that glisten like silver, creating a scene that feels like being on another planet. So, as the most prominent karst landform in China, what are the karst cave scenic areas in Guizhou that are worth visiting?

Zhijin Cave Scenic Area

The stalactite landscape of Zhijin Cave in Bijie is one of the most beautiful scenic spots in China. There are no colorful lights like in typical karst cave scenic areas, but more showcasing the beauty of karst landforms to visitors. The entire cave is quite large, and it takes over three hours to explore. The scenic area also provides guided tour services. It's definitely worth a visit.

Suiyang Shuanghedong National Geopark

Shuanghe Cave is located in Zunyi City, Guizhou Province, China. It is currently the longest cave in Asia and the fifth longest in the world. The cave has been designed and developed in a European cave tourism style, offering various cave exploration activities and immersive experiences for visitors.

Jiudongtian Scenic Spot

Jiudongtian, located in Dafang County, Bijie City, is named after nine caves. Due to long-term disrepair and erosion by river water, it has formed a spectacular karst landscape. Jiudongtian integrates canyons, caves, natural bridges, sinkholes, and other features, often making visitors linger and reluctant to leave. Due to its rich cave landscape, it is also known as the "Encyclopedia of Chinese Karst" and the "Karst Geological Museum".

Daqingjing Scenic Area

Located in Luodian County, Guizhou Province. It is only a one-hour drive from Guiyang, very convenient to get there. Compared with the primitive Jiudongtian, the first twin river cave in Asia, and the well-developed Bijie Zhijin Cave mentioned earlier, the Guangmagou Scenic Area is truly a "outdoor paradise". Apart from the cave group and pits known as the "Eastern Cave Museum", there are also turbulent lakes, towering ancient banyan trees, dense primitive forests, and traditional Buyi people living in the scenic area.