Zhangjiajie City is a rising tourism city which is situated on the northwestern border of South Central China's Hunan Province. Covering a total area of 9,516 square kilometers (about 3,674 square miles), Zhangjiajie City has four areas under its governance: Yongding District and Wuling District, Cili County and Sangzhi County. The city enjoys subtropical moist mountain climate, thus for visitors it is an ideal place to spend one's holiday.
|Wulingyuan Scenic Area||Tianmen Mountain||Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon|
|Maoyan River Scenic Area||Baofeng Lake||Yellow Dragon Cave|
When to visit Zhangjiajie?
Zhangjiajie is located in the northern mid-latitudes, belonging to the central Asian tropical mountain prototype monsoon humid climate, with plenty of sunshine and abundant rainfall. With a short spring of two months and a long summer lasting five months, Zhangjiajie is mostly warm and mild in a year. July is the hottest time with the highest temperature reaching 32-38 ºC , and February is usually the coldest, when the lowest temperature is 0-2 ºC.
Best Time to Visit Zhangjiajie: April to June is the best time to go, when the climate is mild with flowers in full blossom and trees all in green. Traveling to Zhangjiajie in September through November is also great. During this time, you can see the scenery, view maples on the mountains and enjoy abundant fruits. More: Zhangjiajie Weather
How to get to Zhangjiajie?
Transportation here is very convenient. Zhangjiajie Hehua International Airport has flights to destinations such as Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Xi'an, Nanjing, Nanning and Yinchuan, as well as Taipei and Busan. Train routes extend to Guangzhou, Beijing, Zhanjiang, Changsha and Wuxi. The highways extend in all directions, and it is worthwhile to mention that a superhighway connects Changsha and the city. New roads connect the city center to a number of scenic areas, making travel by car very convenient...More
Zhangjiajie Travel Tips
As one of the most popular tourism destinations in China, Zhangjiajie is famous for its natural landscape. The Wulingyuan Scenic Area in Zhangjiajie, composed of four core scenic areas, was included by UNESCO in the World Natural Heritage list in 1992. What are the top things to do in Zhangjiajie and what are the must-visit places? Let’s have a look!