Jurajivathe prairies were amazing. Definitely off the beaten track but a great sight to see. There are good tours available to take you there. just ask your hotel and they should let you know. you can ride horse. see a horse show and also stay in yurts overnight. would highly recommend for the adventurous. Warning. there is a lot of dairy products and meat. so if you are vegan make sure to bring something to eat. there are a few vegan friendly options but make sure to do research beforehand.
M55***07Perform two shows a day, 10:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. The performances are very good, the actors each horsemanship is superb. The performances are the drama + the acrobatics performed on the horse back.
The weather on the prairie changed rapidly, and it rained suddenly in the middle of the course, and the actors continued to perform, but it stopped raining soon afterwards.
The mountaintops in the scenic area are large, you can go to worship, there are no other attractions, surrounded by the ordinary grassland.
Next to the yurt accommodation, I am not sure, the way of booking is unknown.
旅拍拍The fresh air, the vast grassland, the Mongolian ethnic customs, the blue sky and white clouds, the plump cattle and sheep, sit on the leche, and walk slowly on the grassland, feeling like you are coming from the sky. The blend of primitive and modern, time and space, and the fusion of ethnicity and nature, here is your best choice for returning to nature.
蛋小青It is said that places with temples must have beautiful scenery, and now it seems so! The Puhui Temple was built during the Kangxi period and has a history of more than 300 years. Standing at the gate of the temple, a gust of ancient wind blows on your face. It is worth visiting
_We***29Drive to Wudangzhao, which is located in the north-east 70 kilometers of Baotou, Inner Mongolia, Wudang gully. The mountaintops overlap, Cangsong Cuibai, road twists and turns, when the beginning of the deep green hills to see a magnificent, building scale of the great Zhao Temple, that is, Wudangzhao. Wudangzhao is the most exquisite temple in the inner mongolia, which has been dedicated to the deepest temple for centuries, and the outside world has little chance to contact and understand its artistic connotation.