Zhangjiajie National Forest Park is one of the most exquisite national parks in the world and a must visit for anyone who is a true admirer of nature’s breathtaking beauty. It is sits on the northwest border of the Hunan province in south-central part of China. Impeccably adorned with some of the most scenic mountains, emerald lakes, deep caves, mesmerising valleys and utterly intriguing cultural heritage, this glorious place has emerged as a true natural repository and a source of inspirations for legendary movies like Avatar. Visiting this remarkable place would do adventure enthusiasts a world of good. The memorable experience is certainly worth their time and money invested on flight tickets.
A Bit of History
Zhangjiajie boasts a rich history. Once, it was a place where no one would have thought of stepping foot. It is believed that Zhang Liang a notable strategist of the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC-24 AD) lived here in fear of Liu Bang, the first emperor of the Han Dynasty. It was considered to be extremely remote and inaccessible. Over the course of time, things have changed and in 1982 it was recognised as China’s first national forest park.
Breathtaking views, rich culture, amazing cuisines and a galaxy of entertaining activities to do – Zhangjiajie is an action packed place that keeps you entertained to the core. Huangshizhai, Golden Whip Stream, Yaozizhai, Yuanjiajie, and Yangjiajie are the five scenic areas that you should not miss. A large number of travellers book flights tickets every year to explore the mystical charm of this place.
Important Accommodation Info
There are about 854 hotels that are open for guests throughout the year.
Among them, 53 are star-rated hotels – 2 five-star, 6 four-star, and 37 three-star hotels.
How to Get Here
Once you are in China – no matter where – getting here is a cakewalk. There are a number of airlines that offer frequent flights from Shanghai and Beijing. Air China, China Southern Airlines and China Eastern Airlines are the most prominent ones.
Zhangjiajie Hehua International Airport is the nearest one. It is connected to more than fifty destinations in China, Hong Kong, and Macau.