Zhangjiajie Park, the most exciting tourist attractions in China

Zhangjiajie National Park

 

Considering that China has almost a third of the world’s population, it also has various and very attractive tourist attractions. This country is considered the cradle of civilization and history in the world and it is a land of wonders and myths, therefore, in this article from the tourism magazine, we decided to talk about one of the most famous and exciting tourist attractions of this country, which is called Let’s talk about Zhangjiajie National Park.

 

 

Zhangjiajie Park, Zhangjiajie National Park, Zhangjiajie Park, China

Zhangjiajie Park, China

 

Park Zhangjiajie China:

 

Zhangjiajie National Park is one of the forest parks in China and is located in the north of Hunan Province (also known as Xi’an Province). This park with an area of ​​4810 hectares is one of the largest forest parks in China.

Zhangjiajie National Park is located 32 kilometers from the northern suburbs of Changjiajie city. This park is at least a thousand kilometers away from Shanghai and Beijing, and it was the first time after James Cameron’s movie Avatar that it became attractive for foreign travelers to tour China.

Zhangjiajie China is famous for its beautiful and extraordinary peaks, clear rivers, thick and dense forests and large limestone caves. In 1982, Zhangjiajie National Park became China’s first national park. Thanks to the blockbuster movie Avatar and a huge tourism budget, this natural attraction in China has become one of the places to visit.

There are many endangered animals and plants in this part of China. China’s Zhangjiajie National Park was added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1992.

 

Zhangjiajie Park, Zhangjiajie National Park, Zhangjiajie Park, China

Photos of the beauties of Zhangjiajie Park

The most important sights of Zhangjiajie National Park, China:
As it was said, there are more than 26 historical and strange tourist attractions in these rocks, the most important and famous ones will be introduced below:

• Bailong Elevator, which was introduced in 2015 as the tallest and heaviest elevator outside the building in the world.

• Yuanjiajie Mountain

• Tongtian Spiral Road, Huangshi Village

• Glass bridge

• Heaven Gate Zhangjiajie, which is actually the tallest cave in the world, which is 30 meters long and 132 meters high. To reach the gate of heaven in China, you have to climb 999 steps!!

• Tianzi Mountain, which means the son of the sky in Chinese, was one of the leaders of the 12th century China. This mountain is one of the most mysterious places in China and many stories are told about it.

 

Zhangjiajie Park, Zhangjiajie National Park, Zhangjiajie Park, China

Sights of Zhangjiajie Park

Baofeng Lake or Baofeng waterfall is one of the best recreational places with good weather in Zhangjiajie National Park, which is known as the paradise of humans.

Yellow Stone Village in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park

• Yellow Dragon Cave The cave is famous for its waterfalls and bamboos, which are unmatched in the world, and it is the first tourist attraction that received the 4A label in tourism.

• Zhangjiajie Old Courtyard Garden, which is actually a rocky area between the peaks of the park.

 

Zhangjiajie Park, Zhangjiajie National Park, Zhangjiajie Park, China

Pictures of Zhang Jiaji Park

The strange and enchanting weather of Zhangjiajie Park in China:
The Zhangjiajie region of China has a subtropical monsoon climate. The humidity and heat that caused the creation of this unique ecosystem can also be a reason for the embarrassment of Chinese tourists who are exploring the valleys. But there is a big temperature difference between the peaks and valleys in Zhangjiajie, China.

 

Zhangjiajie Park, Zhangjiajie National Park, Zhangjiajie Park, China

Zhangjiajie Park, China

The best time to visit Zhangjiajie National Park, China:
Late spring and summer are the best times to go on a tour of China to visit this part of China. At this time, the weather is hot and you can see the sea of ​​clouds in the mountains.

 

Go to this part of China in autumn to see the fantastic autumn colors and experience the cooler weather. We do not order the cold winter months to travel to this region from China. The roads are slippery and unsafe, and tourist attractions are closed during heavy snowfall and for repairs in February

 

 

 

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