Hemu is the oldest and most complete Tuva minority village in China with several hundred years of history. It is also the most faraway and largest habitat for the Tuvas. It is the most beautiful village in China due to its beautiful nature during the autumn season.
After spending some time strolling in the village with its wooden huts, birch forests and Hemu River, we will hike to the top of a nearby hill for a fantastic view of the village during sunset. Surrounded by birch trees, green hills and traditional folk lifestyle, Hemu Village exudes fairytale-like quality and is ranked among the most beautiful villages in China.
September is the best time to visit as the leaves turn golden making it seem like Hemu is shining. June to August are good times to visit too.