Thu. Dec 7th, 2023
Hidden Ecological Attractions in Bijie, Guizhou

Bijie, located in the northwestern part of Guizhou, offers a humid subtropical monsoon climate with a cool summer and mild winter. With its endless mountains, lush forests, blue skies, and vast grasslands, Bijie showcases the ecology of Guizhou. It is no wonder that the city attracts tourists from all over the world with its favorable ecological environment.

In the video series “Be My Guest ยท Modern Guizhou,” originally produced by Guizhou Satellite TV, foreign friends are invited to Guizhou through reality shows to showcase their real lives in the region. In one episode, Mohamed Jihad Mohamed, an Egyptian international student who recently graduated from the Communications University of China, receives an invitation from his friend, Guizhou travel blogger Yan Jun, to visit Bijie and embark on a unique graduation trip.

During their trip, Mohamed and Yan Jun explored various attractions in Bijie. They visited Huawu Village to admire a swimming pool made of mountain spring water, ventured to the steppe in Axilixi, camped in Gonglongping National Forest Park, and experienced the excitement of mountain motorcycles. They also visited Weining Grass Sea to witness the arrival of migrating birds and listen to the stories of bird protectors.

Mohamed Jihad Mohamed, who has lived in China for four years and deeply appreciates Chinese traditional culture, found the scenery of Bijie so stunning that he was inspired to write poetry about it. The trip left him with an unforgettable experience, and he hopes to bring his family to Guizhou in the future to witness the ecological beauty of Bijie.

Bijie’s hidden ecological attractions are truly a treasure waiting to be explored. Its natural wonders, coupled with the efforts of conservationists and the allure of its unique cultural heritage, make it a captivating destination for nature enthusiasts and travelers alike.