Jiuzhaigou Valley is situated in the Aba Tibetan Qiang sovereign prefecture of Sichuan state in the southwest China which is a national park and natural reserve of the country. Jiuzhaigou Valley is portion of the Min Shan peak range on the border of the Tibetan Himalayan flat terrain stretching an area more than 72,000 hectares. The vale is recognized for its numerous colorful lagoons, multi-level waterfalls as well as snow-capped mountains which elevation arrays from 2,000-4,500 meters high. Jiuzhaigou vale was enlisted as a world heritage site in 1992 by UNESCO and a world biosphere reserve in 1997. You will see the Zhangzha town at the outlet of the vale and close to Songpan province you also can enjoy the feature of a rising number of hotels counting several luxury 5 stars of them for instance Sheraton.
7 of the 9 Tibetan rural communities are still colonized today. The major agglomerations which are eagerly reachable to travelers are Shuzheng, Heye and Zechawa alongside the main trail catering to tourists, marketing a variety of snacks, handicrafts and souvenirs. There is also Rexi in the slighter Zaru vale and Jianpan, Yana and Panya villages are behind the Heye village comprising the Hejiao and Guodu villages. Dozens of cobalt, jade and turquoise tinted lakes are the best known feature of Jiuzhaigou which are called Haizi by the local people of Tibetan. Originating in glacial deeds they were blockaded by rock falls with more natural phenomena and then congealed by methods of carbonated deposition.
Some lagoons have a high absorption of calcium carbonate and their water is so clear that the underside is frequently visible even at the lowest point. The lagoons differ in color and feature along with their depths, remains and surroundings. Jiuzhaigou is unruffled of 3 vales arranged into a Y form with the Rize, Zechawa and Shuzheng valley. The 18km extended Rize vale is the south-west twig of Jiuzhaigou containing the biggest diversity of sites and characteristically visited first. Going downward from its uppermost point passes the Primeval Forest which is the preserved antique woodland. It is faced by spectacular vistas of the neighboring mountains and crags comprising the 500m elevated blade-shaped Sword Rock. Actually the scenic beauty of Jiuzhaigou vale is adorned by Arrow Bamboo Lake, Panda Lake, Five Flower Lake, Mirror Lake, Long Lake, Seasonal Lakes, Nuorilang Lakes, Shuzheng Lakes, Sleeping Dragon Lake, Reed Lake, Pearl Shoal, Nuorilang Falls, Fairy Pool and Five-Color Pond which are the most fabulous attractions of the valleys. The Zharu vale runs southeastern as of the foremost Shuzheng canyon beginning at the Zharu Buddhist monastery and ended at the Black, Red and Daling lakes which is to be called the home of eco-tourism of Jiuzhaigou valley. All together I think Jiuzhaigou valley is the most amazing places in China.