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Photography Tours

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We are committed to offering one-on-one
photography guidance in Guizhou

Private photography guiding

Videography guiding

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Ideas for your photography tour to Guizhou

Our local photographer guide has meticulously crafted all the photography tours based on their extensive experience and the preferences of our previous customers.


With their expertise and our commitment to providing exceptional service, we ensure that every detail is taken care of. You can rest assured knowing that you will have a seamless and unforgettable photo tour in Guizhou.

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5 Days   |   Guiyang - Xijiang - Zhaoxing

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​Want to customize a photo tour by your interests and preferences?

We can easily crafted an itinerary just for you.

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The best time to visit Guizhou

The best time to visit Guizhou is between April and November, as this timeframe offers favorable weather conditions and fewer disruptions.


However, it is important to note that Guizhou experiences a lengthy rainy season from December to April, which may impact travel plans and outdoor activities during this period.

Top ethnic minority villages in Guizhou

  1. Xijiang Miao Village - Largest

  2. Langde Miao Village

  3. Biasha Miao Village

  4. Matang Gejia Village

  5. Xinqiao Miao Village

  6. Zhaoxing Dong Village - Drum Tower, Wind & Rain Bridge

  7. Huanggang Dong Village

  8. Xiaohuang Dong Village

  9. Zhanli Dong Village

  10. Dali Dong Village

Top festivals & events of Guizhou

Guizhou is known for its vibrant minority celebrations, festivals, and events, with the Miao Festivals being particularly noteworthy for photography and cultural experiences.


Here are some of the most captivating festivals and events in the region:

  • Sister's Meal Festival


Celebrated in southeast Guizhou province, this traditional festival of the Miao people holds great significance. Miao girls present four-color rice to the men they love on this day, making it China's oldest equivalent to "Valentine's Day."

Place & Date: Kaili, May 4 to 6, 2023

  • Lusheng Festival


Kaili, Guizhou hosts the most influential and grandest festival of the Miao ethnicity, centered around the lusheng, a traditional Chinese reed instrument.

Place & Date: Kaili, Feb. 6 to 11, 2023

  • The Miao New Year Festival


Unlike the traditional Chinese New Year, the Miao New Year is celebrated after the rice harvest and typically lasts for 5-15 days. During this festival, people pay homage to their ancestors, engage in lusheng performances, and visit neighboring villages.

Place & Date: Leishan, Nov. 17, 2023

These festivals offer incredible opportunities to immerse oneself in the rich culture and capture stunning photographs in Guizhou.

It's a great mixture of people and landscape... Mercier really know about what you need for taking great shots.

Heiner, Germany

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