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In the Northeast of Jiangxi Province of China is the Huyaiyu mountain range. On the west of the mountain range, you will find a 22,950 hectares property that is called the Mount Sanqingshan National Park that was inscribed into the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008. The park is surrounded by a 16,850 hectares buffer zone.

Mount Sanqingshan National Park you gotta go here

In the Northeast of Jiangxi Province of China is the Huyaiyu mountain range. On the west of the mountain range, you will find a 22,950 hectares property that is called the Mount Sanqingshan National Park that was inscribed into the UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008. The park is surrounded by a 16,850 hectares buffer zone.

The park features 48 granite peaks and 89 granite pillars which have an uncanny resemblance to human or animal silhouettes. The beauty of the park is further enhanced by the 1817-meter high Mount Huaiyu which features granite features, lush green vegetation and ever-changing climatic conditions that bring an arresting bright halo on the clouds accompanied by white rainbows.

The park is at the confluence of monsoonal and maritime weather which is ideal for the proliferation of temperate forests. The forests overlook the ever graceful subtropical landscape. There are also numerous waterfalls in the park, some as high as 60 meters. The lakes and springs in the park complete an ecosystem that is at peace with its own beauty.

The list below comprises the most common fauna species that you are going to get in the park:

  1. Yellow-throated Laughing thrush
  2. European Otter
  3. Rhesus macaque
  4. Chinese Ferret-badger
  5. Black Muntjac
  6. Leopard
  7. Chinese Red Pine
  8. Taiwan Red Pine
  9. Big-headed turtle
  10. Narrow-cone Chinese Douglas-fir
  11. Giant Spiny Frog
  12. Chinese Bamboo Rat
  13. Cabot's Tragopan
  14. Large Indian Civet

You will need to pack for the jungle – more so a temperate jungle. In addition to the hiking boots and khaki jungle wear, you will need to have warm clothes and a raincoat. The weather here is a little bit unpredictable and thus you will find yourself in a storm within minutes from sunshine. Make sure you only get to the jungle accompanied by an authorized tour guide. The trails here can be confusing for the first timer.

Like in most of the Chinese parks, you will hardly spend US$100 in the park. By the end of your trip, you will feel like you are robbing the ever courteous and knowledgeable tour guide. Some of the people here do not like being tipped – they feel that it is beneath them. Be sure you know the kind of person you are dealing with before you give him/her that $5 tip.

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