Your driver will pick you up from your hotel lobby in early morning between 7am and 8am to transfer you to the meeting point. Then, start your adventure in Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon which is much favored by explorers and outdoor lovers both domestically and abroad. The canyon features typical Zhangjiajie landscape with breathtaking cliffs, lush forests, ancient caves, colorful ponds, and a river running through the canyon that made the canyon ideal for hiking, boating, and zip-lining...etc. Here, you will find the highest and longest glass bridge in the world. Enjoy a scenic walk boasting waterfalls and spectacular views on both sides. The glass bridge is built between two mountains of Zhangjiajie Grand Canyon with 1,230 feet (375 meters) long and 20 feet (6 meters) wide suspended 984 feet (300 meters) above the ground.
Halfway down, there is a 1,969 feet (600 meters) long marble slide winding its way down to the bottom of the valley. You may opt for sliding down at your own extra cost of RMB$20 per person or choose to hike downhill. If you choose to slide downhill, you will be given a thick canvas to tie around your waist and a pair of gloves to protect the hands. You will learn how to control the speed of sliding down and have a lot of fun! After 1 hour long hiking in the Valley, you will have a chance to opt for zip-lining experience at your own extra cost of RMB$35. You will use your own weight to swing from one mountain to another by sitting on a lift chair with a safety jacket. Later, learn the culture of Chinese Tea and taste some local tea to relax and freshen up before your driver transfer you back to your hotel where the tour concludes at around 4pm.
Note: It requires a full and correct name to book for Glass Bridge ticket; therefore, your full name along with passport number are required at time of booking.Recommended Evening Activity: Charming Xiangxi Show
Opt for this fantastic performance, a famous singing and dancing culture show in china, which will impress you deeply with ethnic folk culture and flavors features songs, dances, and acrobatics performed by members of Tujia and Miao ethnic minority groups in their traditional finery. This show combines traditional arts and culture with modern stage setting. Please let your tour guide know if you wish to see the show.