Avatar Mountains, Zhangjiajie

Destinations: Avatar Mountain

Destination Services: 2 nights accommodation, Meals as specified in the itinerary (excluding beverages), Land transportation as specified, Excursions as specified, Local English speaking guide, Service fees for local guide(s) and driver(s)

Stars: 5 Stars

Days: 3 days

RMB:From 3,740


Arrive at Zhangjiajie by train or flight – we can also arrange these for you.

Meet your English speaking local guide

Private transfer to your hotel for check in

Meal:Breakfast/ Own arrangement   Lunch/ Own arrangement  Dinner/ Own arrangement  

HotelPullman Zhangjiajie


Travel to the National Park. Upon arrival, take the Bailong elevator up to Yuanjiajie.

Yuanjiajie is a natural platform that faces giant rocks rising from deep valleys and surrounded by higher mountains. Unique in their shapes and covered with pine trees, these rocks resemble a vivid Chinese painting. Main attraction spots include the Avatar Hallelujah Mountain (previously called Southern Sky Column). The director and production designers of Avatar were inspired by photos of the Southern Sky Column when creating Na’vi people’s home Hallelujah Mountain.

After lunch at a local restaurant, travel to the Tianzi Mountain.

Tianzi (which means Son of Heaven) Mountain Nature Reserve covers an area of 67 km2 with its highest peak raising at 1,262m above sea level. You will take a cable car to see these charming peaks.

You will then be transferred back to your hotel for some free time at your leisure.

Meal:Breakfast/ Hotel  Lunch/ Local restaurant  Dinner/ Own arrangement

HotelPullman Zhangjiajie


After breakfast, discover the natural wonders of Baofeng Lake.

Baofeng (which means Treasure Peak) Lake Scenic Area, which was listed as a World Heritage site in 1992, is located on and around Mount Baofeng. Nestled in the mountains, Baofeng Lake is filled with some of the purest water, directly from the surrounding mountain tops. It is bordered by lush green trees and quirky stone formations giving it a fairytale-like atmosphere. Baofeng Lake is in fact a reservoir, with a dam enclosing its waters. Its purpose is crop irrigation rather than power generation.


After the lunch at a local restaurant, visit Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon.

Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon has made the headlines in 2016 for its brand new glass bridge, considered to be the highest and longest in the world to date. Standing on it will give you a complete view of the Grand Canyon. The canyon is ideal for exciting adventures such as hiking, cycling, taking a boat tour. We can arrange such additional activities for you in advance – contact us.

Private transfer for your return by train or flight – we can also arrange these for you.

Meal:Breakfast/ Hotel   Lunch/ Local restaurant  Dinner/ Own arrangement  




  • Accommodation including breakfast in for 2 nights in Zhangjiajie (check in time: 02:00pm, check out time: 12:00noon)
  • Meals as specified in the itinerary (excluding beverages): 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches
  • Land transportation as specified
  • Excursions as specified
  • Local English speaking guide – for other languages please contact us!
  • Service fees for local guide(s) and driver(s)


       Excludes :

  • Domestic flight or train tickets – we can arrange your transportation from any city in China by plane, high-speed train, train or car, please contact us!
  • Early check in/Late checkout and chargeable activities at hotel 
  • Optional Tours
  • Tips for local guide(s) and driver(s) are at your discretion
  • Travel insurance
  • Other expenses not previously mentioned as included


  Black-out Date:

  Labour Day: 1-3 May, 2017

  National Day: 30 Sep – 7 Oct, 2017


  Terms and Conditions:


  Full payment is due 14 days prior to departure. Thomas Cook China reserves the right to release all services in case of payment   default.


   Cancellation Policy

   If any cancellation is received following a booking, the following general cancellation policy will apply:

  • Between 30 and 21 days prior to arrival : 20% of total amount is due
  • Between 20 and 7 days prior to arrival : 50% of total amount is due
  • Between 6 days and 2 day prior to arrival: 75% of total amount is due
  • 1 day or No-show: 100% of total amount is due


  Force Majeure

  Thomas Cook China will not be liable for performance delays or for non-performance, due to causes beyond its reasonable         control, including but not limited to acts of God, actions by any government authority (whether valid or invalid), fires, floods,      windstorms, riots, explosions, natural disasters, wars, sabotage, labor problems (including lockouts, strikes and slowdowns), or    court injunction or order.


Tips & Advice:

  • Please make sure that your passport is valid for at least 6 months after your departure date and has a minimum of 2 blank pages available for visa and stamps.
  • Please check in advance if you require a visa for the country you are visiting. You may contact your local embassy for assistance.