Explore the first and biggest wildlife park in Northwest China located at the foot of Mt. Qinling, just 28 kilometres south of downtown Xi’an! The Qinling Wildlife Park covers a total area of more than 320 acres and houses over 10,000 animals. Over 300 species reside across four areas: sightseeing zone, herbivore zone, predator zone and bird zone. Within the sightseeing zone, you can see pandas, kangaroos, elephants, sea lions, hippos, and even white tigers. Stop by the herbivore zone for a chance to see rare animals like the white-lipped deer, Himalayan tahr, and African gnu. If you’re feeling a bit more adventurous, head to the southern part of the Qinling Wildlife Park to the predator zone for a close encounter with beasts of prey while aboard a secure bus. If feathered creatures are your thing, visit the bird zone and learn more about the 151 species living there. You can avail of the free bus that goes around the park or opt to pay extra for a private car if you’re pressed for time. There’s also an open air restaurant near the entrance that serves delicious dumplings!