VasyaIt was my first place in Zhangjiajie and I don't regret it. It took me maximum 3 hours and a half to walk around and take photos inside. Despite the rocks, there is a waterfall, a boat trip and a small labirinth. Before entering the Yellow Dragon Cave, there is a nice park.
豆丁爸看世界The Yuanjiajie Scenic Area in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park is famous for being the filming location of the movie Avatar. Take the long-famous Bailong ladder up the mountain. From the bottom of the mountain, the ladder is so high and steep. It is a bit scary. Well, it won't feel high. The scenery is not bad, and the sitting time is not too long. It is worth trying.
_We***08I was happily surprised that explanations of the dances were provided in English. This allowed us to really follow the show. Highly recommended. We sat on the 8th row and we were happy to buy the more expensive tickets so that we could see the show clearly.
jen***uaI stayed next to the park and the entrance ticket is valid for 4 days. I took the cable car to tianzi mountain and walk down. Quite a lot of stairs but the scenery is worth it. After a day rest, I climbed up to 迷魂台, cross the First Bridge Under The Sky and took the Bailong Elevator. There are shuttle bus to take u back to the entrance which is walking distance to the city bus station. From there u can travel to Tianmen Mountain.
Weather Forecast and Travel Tips for Wulingyuan District
Mar 4, 2021 Wulingyuan District Weather:Overcast, Northeasterly Wind:0-10 kph, Humidity:61%, Sunrise/Sunset:07:01/18:39
Wulingyuan District Travel:Suitable, Umbrella:Not Required, UV Strength:Very Low
It was amazing trip! The weather was not so great as we expected, but we saw beautiful nature and enjoyed every moment. Hope to visit national park one more time in good weather and see more beautiful places. Totally recommend to visit!!!
You want an adventure or you want to simple escape to the Avatar world, then let me introduce you to Zhangjiajie National forest park - the Wulingyuan scenic area, Located in Zhangjiajie.
Famously known as the place where Avatar the movie was filmed, a mind blowing, heart melting place, with awesome stone peaks erect.
But be sure to avoid the rainy seasons, if you want to fully take in the amazing views and breathtaking sights, don't be like me choose your months wisely!
Nonetheless it is worth exploring, the air quality is amazing, pure oxygen, so refreshing.
This is a monkey in the Avatar mountains in China, amazing place is like you in heaven the Mountains are crazy and really amazing to watch, this place is really wild you can find a lot of animals and insects so be prepared to get bitten and be careful with the money's they like to steak things.
A ticket gets you four days access to the national park in Zhangjiajie which opening in 1982 and inspired some scenes in the first Avatar movie!
National Forest Park in Zhangjiajie. This is by far one of my best traveling experiences.
The area that became famous from the movie Avatar. Photos can never do this place justice. It's one of those areas you have to witness with your own eyes.
Giant sandstone pinnacles rise skyward from the valley floor, some up to 200m tall with tufts of evergreen shrubs clinching to their narrow summits. Thousands of these striking monoliths are eroded into the earth like a towering stone forest. Their powerful beauty is contrasted by its remote inaccessibility.
This is a place of awe and humility. Somewhere that one would think had never had human eyes laid upon them. It is easy to see the comparison between Zhangjiajie’s mountains and those of the mythical Pandora.
Buried deep in the Hunan province, Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, part of the greater Wulingyuan Scenic Area, holds the esteemed title of being China’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The unique geological formations that have formed over the aeons are almost unparalleled in their magnificence. It is little wonder that tourist development now sees the area attract millions of visitors every year.#scenicspotguide
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