The Jiuzhaigou Valley consists of 9 Tibetan villages with a mountain that is worshipped as holy. With an abundance of nature, there are beautiful natural sights at every turn in the Jiuzhaigou Valley.
The valley is home to thousands of different types of plants and hundreds of different types of animals, including giant pandas and golden monkeys.
Mountains rise up all around the valley covered in lush forests and contain deep-blue lakes and waterfalls. Visitors can see some of the most beautiful sights within this land by bus, hiking, driving, or even camping.
Many waterfalls flow within the park. Panda Lake Waterfall is the tallest fall in the valley, which freezes over during the colder weather and turns it into a winder wonderland. The Nuorilang Waterfall is considered to be the widest waterfall in all of China. The first waterfall that visitors will most likely see if the Shuzheng Waterfall, which may be smaller than the others, but is still very beautiful to see.
Jiuzhaigou Valley has hundreds of lakes spread throughout the land. Arrow Bamboo Lake is covered in an abundance of bamboo, which attracts pandas to eat. Swan Lake is the perfect spot to see for those who love swans. The Wuhua Hai lake is best known for the trees that are all around with a multitude of colors, along with the algae. Tiger Stone lake makes for a very photogenic scene that visitors can capture to remember their trip.
The valley is home to a wide variety of wildlife. There are 27 endangered species within this area, including leopards, lovebirds, otters, and golden pheasants. Giant pandas, one of the oldest species in the world, are attracted by the bamboo that grows in Jiuzhaigou Valley and just outside of the boundaries. Groups of golden monkeys may be stumbled upon when exploring. Hundreds of different types of birds can be seen throughout the park.