Guifeng Peak (Turtle Peak) is a national AAAA-level scenic area, world geological park, and a national forest park. It has been submitted for world heritage site listing. It is located in Yiyang county, located in the "three mountains, one is a Village" (Sanqingshan, Lung Fu Shan, Wuyi Mountain, Jingdezhen, Wuyuan) and many other tourist hot spots in central hinterland,, with an area of 39.3 square kilometers. The Peak looks like a giant turtle with its raised head so that's how it got its name.
Guifeng Peak is a typical example of Danxia geomorphology. It is not only a "natural botanical garden", but also a "natural zoo". It is called a "natural oxygen bar" due to its fresh air and high levels of negative ions. There are many relics from Shang and Zhou dynasties, castle ruins of the Taiping Heavenly Kingdom, and ruins of the Ruixiang Temple. It is also the birthplace of Yiyang Opera, one of the four major operas from the Ming Dynasty. Xu Xiake, a great traveler and geographer in the Ming Dynasty, also highly praised Guifeng Peak.