About Yulong River

The Yulong River, also named the Little Li River, as it branches out of the main river is a calm water body that winds through rice paddies and hills and flows under ancient bridges making it the ideal retreat for tourists who want to spend some time relaxing. The entire landscape is decorated with toothy karst hills, thick bamboo groves, water buffaloes wandering the fields, farmers tending the rice paddies, fishermen gliding along on their narrow bamboo rafts and village women washing clothes on the river banks.  Even if you have taken a cruise or gone rafting on the Li River, you should not miss this smaller, quainter river to get a glimpse of the rural life. 

Must See

  • Bamboo Rafting
  • Yu Long Bridge

How to reach

  • If you take a bicycle, you can easily go down the path near the Yangshuo Resort or start riding at Jima Village where you can ride upstream to the Yulong River and stop at the Yulong Bridge.
  • You can take a shuttle bus from Yangshuo (comes every 15 mins) and instruct the driver to stop at Yulong River. Or, you can arrive at the Yangshuo Bus Station and take the coach to Guilin and get off in Baisha Village and take the tricycle taxi to Yulong River.

Tips

  • There are 2 people raft and 4 people raft in Yulong River.
  • It is better not to carry any valuables on the raft.
  • Wear a life jacket if you are going rafting.
  • The raft company doesn’t allow people over 70 years or under 7 years of age to take a bamboo raft. If you have younger children you can explore the countryside.
  • The Jinlong Bridge to Jiuxian wharf ride is 1.5 hours long, but peaceful and magical.
  • Carry a rain jacket and store mobile phones and cameras in waterproof bags.

Visit Time

Monday to Sunday: Open 24 hours

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Waiting Time

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Entrance Fee

No

 

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Time you can spend

3 to 4 hours

 

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Weather

Overcast Clouds 32.96°C

 

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