The tour of Wanquan River on the bamboo raft is short, but it's worth visiting, especially for the familiarity with "I love Wuzhishan, I love Wanquan River... ___________ For the song's people, when the weather was bad and the rain was drizzling, the picture was gone, and the beauty of the blue sky and the white clouds was gone.
We went on an expedition to the Wanquan River Canyon. Wanquan River has several drifting urban areas which are more gentle, while Canyon drifting and exploration are relatively exciting! Friends are all playing with the wind! Especially the cliff landing and diving, all kinds of frightened expressions of my friends delighted me! It's really drunk to go to work every day and face the computer. It's also great to come down and take a breath once in a while. I love Qionghai! I love Wanquan River Exploration! A very pleasant day!
The Wanquan River, which originated from Wuzhishan Mountain, has a high mountain path and eventually merges into the sea in Boao. The river is clear, slow or tortuous, and the water is turbulent. Along the way, there are developed drifting scenic spots, many tourists and interesting waters. There are also outdoor water flow explorers'favorite waters. In the section of Wuzhishan city, the trees on both sides were shady, and the banks were built for people to take a walk and enjoy the scenery.
You can get there by two-yuan bus. For fifty yuan, you can take a bamboo felling boat.
Wanquan River is the mother river of Qionghai and a good scenic spot for leisure tourism. Wanquan River is a revolutionary song with clear water and clear ears. It originally came from here! Wanquan River is clear and clear. I weave a hat to send the Red Army. The army loves the people and comes to the people's love army.
Wanquanhe Park is free, and along the river bank, the park is greened more, maintenance is not particularly up to date, some parts of the damage has not been repaired. Because of the good air near the river, it's also comfortable to stay here for a while. I want to go to the river to sit on a bamboo raft or raft, but I can't find any signs. It's a pity.