Hubei's Honghu encourages eco-agricultural tourism | 2017-08-16 16:22
Hubei's Honghu encourages eco-agricultural tourism

The beautiful scenery of Honghu Eco-agricultural Tourism Garden after rain, Aug 13, 2017. [Photo by Liu Xuanyi/]

Honghu Lake, China's seventh largest fresh water lake and the biggest in Hubei, is located in the southwest of Honghu city, Hubei province.

Covering an area of 348 square kilometers, Honghu has a well preserved wetland ecological system and water quality.

Honghu Eco-agricultural Tourism Garden, a national-level wetland nature reserve, has become a home to abundant aquatic life, including shrimp, fish, wild ducks and geese.

Aquatic plants, such as lotus roots, water chestnuts, and wild rice shoots are spread all over the lake.

The garden also boasts gorgeous sceneries with each season showcasing new unique features.

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