Guizhou, located in southwest China, is known as the “Province of Mountain Parks” because it is entirely mountainous. The province boasts the unique Karst landscape, which covers about 62% of its land area. With its picturesque mountains, pristine waters, and ecological environment, Guizhou attracts tourists from around the world.
The short video series “Be My Guest · Modern Guizhou” invited foreign friends to experience life in Guizhou. In one episode, two guests, Tarada Valeriya from Kazakhstan and Dimitrieva Tatiana from Russia, were taken to Shuanghe Cave in Suiyang, Zunyi. They were accompanied by outdoor adventure photographer Zhou Yuanjie and Jean Bottazzi, a renowned cave explorer from France who has been living in Guizhou for over 20 years.
The guests were amazed by the variety of activities available in the deep mountains of Guizhou. They experienced “100m fast descending” from the outside of the mountains and “flying over the cliffs” from the inside. The continuous mountains of Guizhou reminded them of the Chinese idiom “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.”
Through their spelunking trip, Tarada Valeriya and Dimitrieva Tatiana were captivated by Guizhou’s unique landforms and beautiful landscapes. They expressed their desire to further explore Guizhou in the future and discover more of its natural scenery.
Guizhou continues to be a top destination for travelers seeking breathtaking mountain views, enchanting waters, and a remarkable ecological environment. With its rich natural resources and diverse landscapes, it offers endless opportunities for adventure and exploration.