There are daily buses to the park from [[Songpan]], and [[Huanglongsi National Park]].
Taxi: If there are a few people, it may make sense to charter a taxi to/from where you're going.
We paid 900RMB to Langmusi (later learned the true price is probably closer to 6-700). Also, a cab driver told us you can take a taxi to/from Chengdu for around 1200RMB, which is probably cheaper than flying for 3 people and much more comfortable than a bus . * <listing name="Chengdu Guide" alt="Chengdu 4 Fun" directions="" address="" phone="" email="" fax="" url=" http://www.cd4fun.com/forum.php?mod=viewthread&tid=30" hours="" price="">Visiting Jiuzhaigou by bus from Chengdu</listing> is the best way, How to go from Chengdu to Jiuzhaigou. There are 3 options 1. Chengdu to Jiuzhaigou by Bus 2. Chengdu to Jiuzhaigou by Flight ( off season minimum price is 700 rmb.) 3. Self-driving travel: Why go Jiuzaiguo by bus...? 10 hours on the bus from Chengdu to Jiuzhaigou seems like a pain in the ass (Sorry if I don't appropriately use the words), and it is, in fact, really a pain in the ass. But, guess what?, there're what you will miss if you decide to directly fly from Chengdu to Jiuzhaigou. The advantage of taking a bus from Chengdu to Jiuzhaigou are opportunities to see mountain views along the way. You'll have fun trying to figure out how many mountains this bus has already climbed up and down, down and up for last five hours. Those views are GREAT, guys. Especially some of you living in big cities always, I'm certain you'll find yourself really enjoy those scenes. Another advantage is the chances to see how people live their lives on mountains. You'll learn that when bus drivers stop for a break along the way! It's not just being on the bus for ten hours. If you're one of people who are interested in learning people's different cultures and life styles, here we go, your chance comes. I had no clue how people on mountains did or lived their lives. But, by being on a bus for about ten hours, my understanding had been drafted more clearly. If you look for it, observe it, and think about it, you'll truly learn from what you have seen and experienced without bothering to look for books that can well describe the differences of Chinese people living in cities versus the ones living on mountains.