It was cloudy so the sea didn't get a color. The waves were very large and it was another fun to hear the sound of the overcast waves hitting the rocks. Getting into the big corners was a must-driving, and as we got to the beach there was a dirt field used as a temporary parking lot. After getting off the bus, you must walk down a path to the sea.
Dahuajiao-is a provincial-level nature reserve in Hainan. Dahuajiao is composed of two mountains, the front saddle and the rear saddle. There is a gorge nearly 100 meters wide between the two peaks, which extends to the vast South China Sea together with the two peaks, thus forming a natural bay with hundreds of bow-shaped mountains. On the meter-long beach, the white sand belt is densely packed with pebbles. On the bow-shaped pebble beach, big rocks and small rocks are crowded together
Well worth going, especially in the evening, the sun shines on the cobblestones washed by the sea, the scenery is beautiful. Listening to the sound of the waves beating the stones is very uplifting. Just a bit inconvenient traffic and need to drive around by yourself.
Very remote, a small bay. The waves are big. Mainly watching the waves, very waves.
Along the seaside road from Shimei Bay to Dahuajiao all the way to the north, you reach the legendary Dahuajiao. This is an undeveloped scenic spot. It takes ten minutes to reach this pebble beach from the parking place. It is here, and it’s weird~ There is a sense of sudden enlightenment, and it is fun for children to crawl around on the big rocks~ There is also a sandy beach next to the pier, the water is very clean, because there are few people~
During the two and a half days in Wanning, there were unpleasant and unexpected surprises. When doing the strategy, hesitate to put the big flower angle in the itinerary, because it is really a bit far away. Facts have proved that this trip is worthwhile. It took a long time to drive from Wanning city by car. Through the city, through the countryside, to a fishing village close to the sea. From the map, there seems to be an inland sea here. If you have enough time, you should really go shopping. The road in the fishing village is very narrow, there are many cars during the New Year, parking on the roadside depends on fate and luck. I have seen several cars with northern license plates, and they are probably all photographers who come here especially. From the map, if you follow this road to the end, you will find Dahuajiao. However, at the end of the road is the military management zone, so I had to turn right into the bay on the south side. This is full of fishing boats returning to the port. If the sun sets, it will be a good scene. After exploring the path, through the crops, along the path, next to the wall of the military control area, you can actually walk to Dahuajiao. I don’t understand the online strategy for crossing the military area. It probably refers to this road. However, I do not understand. There is a pool along the way, and you can hear the loud calls of bullfrogs. I guess that's the food for the brothers in the military zone, haha. I had to cross a very narrow road. On the other side of the road, there was a scalper looking at me, and then continued to eat wild pineapple leaves casually. A little further on the road, some small stone monument marks began. But here, you can find it by listening to the sound of the waves. Dahuajiao is composed of two mountains, the front saddle and the back saddle. According to legend, it was made by two turtles, one male and one female. The gorge between the two peaks is 100 meters long and stretches out into the vast South China Sea together with the two peaks, forming a natural bay. There is no sandy beach in this bay, but there are countless pebbles, large and small, of different shapes. In the evening, the waves are getting bigger and bigger, washing these stones over and over again. A good place for slow shots. The bay faces east, and if you can camp nearby, watching the sunrise is even more beautiful. When I took the photo, the muze gradually rose. When I returned to the bay on the south side, I had missed the best time for sunset, leaving only the afterglow, fishing boats, and cattle resting on the beach. Yes, the herd of cattle, stocked on the beach. If I say that I like the view of Dahuajiao Bay. At that moment, I have begun to fall in love with this fishing village.