Zhangjiajie is found on the northwestern border of Hunan Province. The subtropical moist mountain climate makes it an excellent destination for a holiday. The city features a variety of different terrains that range from plains to mountain regions to unique Karst rock areas. Zhangjiajie Airport
and train routes from Guangzhou, Beijing, and Zhanjiang make this an easily accessible destination.
Zhangjiajie’s greatest offering to the traveler is the world-famous Wulingyuan Scenic Area
. Popular areas that draw the most attention include Suoxiyu Natural Resource Reserve
and Tianzi Mountain Natural Resource Reserve. Known as China’s first national forest park, Zhangjiajie National Forest Park is well-worth a visit. Nature lovers, photographers, and artists will love the landscape and its forests, caves, lakes, and waterfalls. Considered Mother Nature’s Oxygen Bar, these areas ensure a truly refreshing getaway. A number of other scenic spots and nearby cities add to the splendor and beauty of a retreat in Zhangjiajie.
Be sure to check out the interactive map of Zhangjiajie for information on hotel locations, attractions, and must-see destinations.