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I think this was a good 'training ground' for the elderly before going to other more difficult places such as Zhangjiajie and Mt. Huashan etc. If you do not include food, I guess 1.5hr is more than enough.
This place had twice encounters in history...More
Sanyou Cave is a part of a larger scenic tourist area here in Yichang. The cave attraction is nice enough for a good stroll, some good sightlineof the Xiling Gorge, of the Yangtze River along with two somewhat small caves. There is some god cultural...More
This is a place that becomes more meaningful if you have a local guide. Do climb into the small cave entrance that leads to the main cavern. Take your time strolling through the park complex. Locals come here for romantic strolls at night - I...More
It is worth visiting! We went o may, during a sunny day. It has stuning views. About 400 steps, but not steep.
We were staying the day in Yichang waiting to board the ship, and asked our guide to take us there. They charged us...More
If you are going on a yangtzee river cruise, you can check into your ship and walk to these caves. The cave is just average but the scenery is beautiful. There are a lot of steps. When you pass the cave and get to the...More
The morning I visited it was foggy and some key sections of the walking paths were closed for maintenance. Cost me 74 rub which was more than other web sites had told me. You can pay extra and do a short cruise on Xiling gorge...More
We got off our explorer vessel onto the smaller boat to take us down the smaller channels to reach the Sanyou Cave, also the Hidden Coffin what has been lodged halfway up a cliff, all very scenic but by the time you get to see...More
The top of the cave has the Drum Beating Terrace and the pillar. This platform dates back to the Three Kingdoms Period (220-280) when general Zhang Fei of the Shu Kingdom, commanded his soldiers to these mountains by the continuous beating of a drum. There...More