Wu Gorge Picutures

Tourists take photos when they see the elegant Wu Gorge.

Wu Gorge is well-known for its deep valley and the elegant beauty of its forest-covered peaks. The twelve peaks of Wu Mountain lie at both banks of the gorge among which the Goddess Peak shrouded in mist, is the most attractive. The rugged peaks, oddly-shaped rocks and steep cliffs spread all over the gorge. It is like an art gallery full of many beautiful things. Attraction Intro: Wu Gorge
  • Tourists take photos when they see the elegant Wu Gorge.
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Asked by Mr.Bacon from UK | Mar. 10, 2011 09:20Reply
We are considering a 10 night River Yangtze Cruise commencing 18th August as part of a 17 night direction Shanghai to Beijing holiday. Will mosquitoes be a problem and what climate can we expect please?
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Answered by Mr.Bruce | Mar. 10, 2011 19:20
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Yeah, there may be mosquitoes then, you'd better take some medicine with you.
Answered by Mr.Bacon from UK | Mar. 11, 2011 00:41
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Thankyou. Apparently it is also very hot and wet in August so we will try to book in September
Asked by Mr.de Zwart | Mar. 03, 2011 02:50Reply
Hi there,
Half july we will travel to Chengdu, Guilin, Yangshuo and make a tour on the Yangtze.
I heard that the weather conditions (on this momemt) in the south part of China is not so good (heavy rainfall and some rivers are flooded). Can you tell me how big the problems are in the cities I mentioned.
Thank you.
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Answered by Mr.Jamie | Mar. 03, 2011 19:24
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The heavey rainfall is mainy in Fujian, Guangdong region. Guangxi (Guilin and Yangshuo) also have heavy rain and the Li River Cruise was stopped, but now back to normal. So, I think you trip is safe.
Asked by Mr.Charles | Nov. 24, 2010 22:46Reply
We will be traveling to Beijing, Shanghai, Guilin, Xi'an, and taking a Yangtze River Cruise in April. Are mosquitoes a problem in these locations at this time?
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Answered by Mr.John | Nov. 25, 2010 03:01
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We are doing a similar trip in March and have been advised that Malaria is not a problem although insect bites should be guarded against, long sleeves and a good insect repellant should suffice.

Enjoy your holiday.
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