Guizhou province is located in southwestern China, covers a land area of 176,167 square kilometers. According to the population census, there are 34.75 million permanent residents in the province, among which 36.1% are different ethnic groups.
Guizhou is also a ‘natural park’ with picturesque natural scenery, ethnic cultures, waterfalls, valleys, karst caves and landscapes.
There are 17 aboriginal ethnic groups inhabiting the province, including the Miao, Bouyi, Dong, Shui, Gelao, Yi and Tujia. Francesco Frangialli, former secretary-general of the World Tourism Organization, said, ’Guizhou is a province of culture, eco-environment, folk songs and dances, and wine’.
The largest waterfall in China -Huangguoshu Waterfall is in Guizhou province also. Visitors can not only experience nature and enjoy the infinite charm of the magical scenery, but also can realize the splendid ethnic history and culture.