|| Arrival in Kunming
Upon your arrival, our guide will
pick you up at the airport and transfer to your hotel.
Visit the Bamboo Monastery.
Monastery: The first temple dedicated to Zen Buddhism in Yunnan. It dates back to the Song Dynasty (960-1279). The present structure mostly dates from the late Qing Dynasty (1644-1911). The temple's most outstanding artistic feature is the statues of the life-sized clay figures of 500 Arhats.
| Day 02
|| Kunming - Stone Forest
After breakfast, drive 90 KM to Lunan county to visit
the Stone Forest. Stay in Stone Forest Hotel.
Forest: Situated in Lunan County, it is an area of typical karst landform with numerous groups of strange gray-black stone peaks and stone pillars. The Stone Forest covers an area of 400 square kilometers, is about 85 kilometers away from Kunming and requires 1.5 hours' driving.
||Stone Forest - Luxi -
After breakfast, drive to Luxi, visit the Ancient A'lu
Cave. Back to Kunming in the afternoon.
A'lu Cave: A 3,000-metre-long travel route threads
through this group of colossal karst caves in which
underground rivers and numerous stalaco-stalagmites
and stalagmites form a natural wonder in its own right.
||Departure from Kunming
Tour to the Dragon Gate in Western Hills, then visit Bird
& Flower market. Transfer to the airport for your
departure, end of service.
Hills: The forest reserve on the west bank of the
Lake consists of the Huating and Taihan mountains.
This is a colossal natural forest reserve in the midst
of a lofty mountain range crisscrossed by babbling brooks
and gurgling streams. Ancient trees are adorned with
thick, lush foliage and birds chirp and flutter in the
green treetops. Near the top of the mountain, is the
Dragon Gate. Hacked from the cliff between 1781 and
1835 by a Taoist monk and co-workers, the Dragon Gate
is a group of grottoes, sculptures, corridors and pavilions.
Hotels For This Tour
||New Era Hotel
||Stone Forest Hotel
||Stone Forest Hotel
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