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This was our fourth trip with Remote Lands...Thank you for making the introductions to a wonderful people and culture in Tibet.
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Wulingyuan

This incredibly beautiful UNESCO World Heritage Site has been likened to a living version of the smash hit, Avatar. Deep in the Hunan Province, the area has massive quartzite sandstone pillars that are over 2,600 feet tall. The Zhangjiajie National Forest Park is home to more than 3,000 of these towering formations. The park also has blooming flowers, rushing waterfalls, gorgeous peaks and stunning mountains, making it easy to see why the area boast some of the best and most scenic hiking in the world. Zhangjiajie is the main city in the region but is still rather rural. The town dates back to 221 BC and falls along the Lishui River. There are stone age relics resting in the town, which is set against the picturesque backdrop of the Tianzishan Mountain Ranges. When you visit the Suoxi Valley, in the area you may recognize your surroundings as the area is very popular for filming.

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