This tour is also available for group travelers. Please contact me to get a quote.
In 1992 Zhangjiajie was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO for its unique geological features, and since then it has become a favored tour destination for Chinese and Asian tourists. In 2009 the release of Avatar, with its Zhangjiajie-esque scenes, attracted more and more Westerners. Zhangjiajie has a great potential to rise and become one of the top ten tour destinations in China.
On this tour we will visit Zhangjiajie National Forest Park and Tianmen Mountain.
Zhangjiajie National Forest Park: Tianzi Mountain -- Yuanjiajie Scenic Area (Avatar Mountain)
Accommodation area: Any place in Zhangjiajie (book by yourself)
Tianmen Mountain: (Rock Hole of Heaven's Gate -- Glass Walkway -- The longest cable car of the world) --
Tujia Folk Custom Garden.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: The lobby of your hotel or Zhangjiajie Hehua International Airport (DYG).
End location: At the end of the tour, I will drop you off at your hotel / Zhangjiajie airport / railway station or bus station (depends on your requirement).
Duration: 2 days
Private transports provided by our private car fleet.
Notice: Private vehicles are not allowed to go inside the forest parks (Only the villagers' cars are allowed driving inside Zhangjiajie National Forest Park). Inside of the parks you will use environment-friendly shuttle buses, cable cars, etc. (However, If you don't want to take the shared public buses with other tourists inside of the national forest park, we can rent the villager's car at your own expense)
Estimated Local Cash Needed
1000 CNY/person - Admission fees to attractions (117USD/person); Food (29USD/person);
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Larry was a fun and impressively energetic companion during my two days in the Zhangjiajie area. Traveling to a Chinese national park in July/August presents lots of logistical challenges (huge crowds, stormy weather, potentially sold-out tickets to popular attractions, etc.), but Larry took them all in stride and did his absolute best to make my tour smooth, memorable, and enjoyable.