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We had an absolutely perfect day with our tour guide - Rogin Luo - who took us for a hike along The Great Wall! Didn't know what to expect and were thrilled to have him as our guide. Very imformative, knowledgable and fun! We go to experience a part of The Great Wall that was unrestored and see all its natural beauty. Got a long history lesson along the way!

After the hike, we all went to lunch at a small place at the bottom of the hill. Located in a house, we ate lunch in the proprietors bedroom! What a hoot! Rogin is the Best of the Best! This tour company delivered for us and we are extremely grateful.

Karenkatz,
Westborough, Massachusetts
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My Trip to Beidaihe (2)
Beidaihe Beach Afternoon June 02, 2009
Just a few steps, we were on the beach - Jinshan Beach, one of the best beaches in Beidaihe. The best part of the Beidaihe Beach stretches 10 km starting Jinshan Beach to Daihe River. Daihe River is about 10 km south of our hotel. Daihe River is a river mark dividing Beidaihe and Nandihe. Beidaihe means"The area north of Daihe River", and Nandaihe means "south of Daihe River". We decided to walk along the beach down south to Tiger Rock Park, the most popular seafront park in Beidaihe, which is located in the middle of the 10km Beidaihe beach.

So our 5km-seabeach walk started from Jinshan Beach near our hotel down south to Tiger Rock Park. We both wore shorts and sandals. For most of the seabeach walking, our feet were bare! We felt our feet were totally liberated when we walked barefoot. It felt so great walking on the soft sand with gentle tides brushing your barefeet.

The Beidaihe beach has a broad area of sand on which you can have a great fun and amuse yourself to your heart's content. We found the water was quite limpid. It was an unique experience to have tiny grains of sand slip through your fingers and a few strands of seaweed gently stroked your instep. During the 2-hour beach walking, though it was not a tourist peak season, we still saw many visitors basking in the sun and enjoying other beach-related amusements, such as playing sand, playing beach balls, riding in motorboats and even swimming. To our pleasant surprise, we saw several crowds of people busy in taking wedding photos using the sea as the background. They had various kinds of Photography Props, such as boat, moden car, piano.

Tiger Rock Park
Unconsciously we got to the Tiger Rock Park. The park lies in the middle of the 10km Beidaihe Beach. The park was a disappointment. You had to pay RMB 8 to enter the park. Actually the park was no more different from the beach on which we had just walked. Maybe the only difference was that there were some featuring rocks projecting into the sea. With the protruding rocks, we had a better view of the tides' ebb and flow. It seams that it is a must for every visitor to Beidaihe to come to the park for fun, or filful their dream since the park is so popular. My feeling is that if you are here for fun, just avoid the park because the beach in the park is not clean and too touristy.

Seafood
Most people like seafood. One of the big thing for Beidaihe visitor is to enjoy seafood. I'm no exception! Immediately we returned to our hotel, we made a quick choice between the two seafood restaurants infront of our hotel. We selected the two-storey restaurant.

We both like shellfish. So we ordered oysters, scallops and clams. We didn't have crab, lobster since it was not the time for eaing them. We learned that all the crab and lobster were imported from Dalian, the most famous coastal city in Northeat China during the time between June and September, an official time in Qinhuangdao for sea fish breeding, people not allowed to catch fish. So crabs and lobster should be very costly in Summer here. The worse is that June is not the right time for eating crab and lobster.

Next day during lunch invited by Ms Wang Manrong, our local partner in Beidaihe told us that Autumn is the best time for enjoying lobsters and crab. But in spring and early summer people can enjoy squilla, a local shellfish, very delicious! She also mentioned that they had local crabs, smaller than the usual crabs imported from Dalian. Though small, the local crabs were meaty and yummy even it was in early June!

I'm flying!  It felt so great walking on the soft sand with gentle tides brushing your barefeet.

People are playing the sand on the beach.

The beach has become an important spot for wedding photos.

More wedding photos

Boys and girls are playing balls.

A lonely tourist

Tiger Rock Park (1)

Tiger Rock Park (2)

Enjoying seafood on the second floor of the seaside restaurant.

The first floor seafood showcase for you to choose.

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