Believe it or not, the Great Wall of China can be seen from an entirely different perspective. Visitors will find the Great Wall disappearing into the reservoir like the tail of a dragon. While this sight alone is worth a visit, the more adventurous can get a better look of the wall underwater.
The dive reveals craftsmanship and aquatic life, including tiny fish and shrimp. Whilst a little eerie, this iconic structure in the Hebei province- Panjiakou Reservoir is a true bucket-list opportunity.
Conditions at Panjiakou can change with reservoir levels rising and falling, so it is best to check ahead to make sure the conditions will ensure a good dive. On average the site is best experienced from August-October.
Beijing Capital International Airport is one of the two main international airports serving Beijing, alongside Beijing Daxing International Airport.