Zhangjiajie National Forest Park Tours – China, Hunan Province, Zhangjiajie
Zhangjiajie National Forest Park
About this place
Zhangjiajie is a rising tourist city famous for its unique natural scenery and abundant tourism resources.
It is located in the northwest of Hunan province, about 400 kilometers away from Changsha, capital of Hunan, covering a total area of 9,563 square kilometers, of which 76% are mountainous area.
Out of its total population of 1.62 million, almost 72% belong to ethnic minority groups, including Tujia, Bai and Miao nationalities.
Zhangjiajie is a prefecture-level city consisting of Yongding and Wulingyuan Districts, Cili and Sangzhi Counties.
Wulingyuan District, also called Wulingyuan Scenic and Historic Interest Area, is endowed with striking natural beauty.
This site is dominated by more than 3,000 narrow sandstone pillars and peaks, many over 200m high.
Between the peaks lie ravines and gorges with streams, pools and waterfalls, 40 caves, and two large natural bridges.
It is also home to a number of endangered plant and animal species.
Therefore, it was listed into the World Natural Heritage Catalogue by the UNESCO in 1992.
Zhangjiajie was awarded the title of "World Geological Park" in 2004.
Tours That Go to Zhangjiajie National Forest Park
English Speaking Join-in Day Trip to Zhangjiajie national park --Bailong Elevator-Avatar mountain--Tianzi mountain
Tour Availability : March --Noverber of 2017 Every Sartuday, Sunday Driver will pick you up from your hotel lobby in early morning at 7:00--8:00am , meet your group and English...
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Zhangjiajie National Forest Park is known for its uni...read more
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The most notable geographic features of the park are the pillar-like formations that are seen throughout the park. Although resembling karst terrain, this area is not underlain by limestones and is not the product of chemical dissolution, which is characteristic of limestone karst. They are the result of many years of physical, rather than chemical,erosion. Much of the weathering which forms these pillars are the ...read more