The Golden Coast National Nature Reserve lies along the coast of the Bohai Bay in north China's Hebei Province. The largest expanse of coastal sand dunes in China formed of a chain of sandy hills, this sand dune system winds southwards. Viewed from the air, it resembles a golden jewel on the Bohai Bay. Check out the video to learn more.
About 'Journeys in Nature': Hebei series
Hebei Province hosts the largest forest park in northern China, Saihanba National Forest Park, and the country's largest expanse of coastal sand dunes, the Golden Coast National Nature Reserve. Here, you will find unique landforms and a rich variety of plants and animals.