Zhangjiajie National Forest Park: A Natural Wonder in China


By: Prerana Aggarwal

Imagine towering rock formations straight out of a movie, lush forests teeming with life, and hidden waterfalls cascading down mountainsides. That's Zhangjiajie National Park in China

Hike or ride the world's highest outdoor elevator for epic views of these sandstone giants, nicknamed the "Hallelujah Mountains" from Avatar.

Floating Mountains

Hike to the park's highest peak for breathtaking panoramic vistas. Capture postcard-perfect memories!

Conquer Tianzi Mountain

Brave the world's longest glass-bottomed bridge for heart-stopping, see-through views! (Not for the faint of heart!)

Challenge Yourself on the Glass Bridge

Explore a hidden village, home to the Tujia minority people. Learn about their unique culture and immerse yourself in their way of life.

Discover Huangshi Village

Take a dip in a crystal-clear natural pool – the perfect reward after a day of adventure.

Cool Off in the Fairy Pool

Ascend in the Bailong Elevator, the world's highest outdoor elevator, for a one-of-a-kind perspective.

Soar Up a Cliff in Style

Go white-water rafting down the Shentang River and experience the park's wild beauty.

Get Your Adrenaline Pumping

Keep an eye out for playful monkeys, rare birds, and maybe even shy deer!

Spot Wildlife

Don't forget your camera! Zhangjiajie offers endless photo opportunities.

Capture Memories

Savor delicious Hunan cuisine – try local specialties like noodles or dumplings!

Tantalize Your Taste Buds

Glide over the treetops and unwind after your adventures.

Yangjiajie Cableway

Explore the park's museums or chat with local guides to uncover its fascinating geological history.