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. In 2016 the world's longest and highest glass bridge, Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Glass Bridge, opened to the public. Zhangjiajie has great potential to become one of the top ten tourist destinations in China.
We hope our following Zhangjiajie tours can fulfill the different demands and interests of our customers. Each tour is flexible and can be customized to suit your budget and interests.
According to the latest official announcement, the Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon Area (including the glass bridge) will be closed from September 2nd (reopening date TBC). We will keep you informed of the latest developments. During the closure, we would like to recommend Yangjiajie Scenic Area as an alternative.