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Nagchu Tourist Attractions

Nagchu (also Nagqu or Naqu) in the northern Tibet is the largest prefecture of Tibet Autonomous Region. Nagchu Prefecture is generally called as Changtang, which is home to the unique nomadic culture and splendid natural scenery. Nagchu tourist attractions offer you detailed information about all the tourist sights in Nagqu, like Qiangtang Prairie, Nagqu Horse Racing Festival, Nyenchen Tangula Mountain, Tangra Yum Tso, Tsanden Monastery, Siling Tso, Relics of Xiangxiong Kingdom, Skeleton Wall, Shenzha Nature Reserve, Purog Kangri Glacier, Geladandong Serac, Drolma Canyon, etc.

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All Tourist Attractions in Nagchu

To help you plan a wonderful Nagchu trip, we, Tibet Vista team, have collected all the tourist sights in and around Nagqu with detailed information like best time to visit, ticket price, how to get there and useful travel tips, etc.

  • Changtang Plateau

    The Changtang is a high altitude plateau in western and northern Tibet extending into southeastern Ladakh, with vast highlands and giant lakes.

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  • Nagchu Horse Racing Festival

    For ordinary Tibetan people, this festival is very important. Every year, people from all corners, eager to show off horsemanship skills, trade for tools and supplies, gather in Nagchu Town and build a "tent city" here.

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  • Nyenchen Tangula Mountain

    Nyenchen Tangula Mountain, located at the middle part of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, is a huge mountain chain extending from east to west.

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  • Tangra Yum Tso

    Tangra Yum Tso, situated in the southwest of Nyima County, is a holy lake of Bon Sect in Tibet.

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  • Tsanden Monastery

    It looks like the famous Potala Palace in Lhasa from far away, so Tsanden Monastery is also known as “small Potala”.

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  • Siling Tso

    Siling Tso of Tibet should be the highest lake in the world.

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  • Relics of Xiangxiong Kingdom

    According to the legendary, the relics of Xiangxiong Kingdom in western Tibet was the earliest civilization center on the Tibetan plateau.

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  • Skeleton Wall

    Tibet’s strangest, creepiest and least-visited sights, the mysterious Skeleton Wall.

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Recommended Northern Tibet Nagqu Tour Itineraries

Nagqu, nestling between Tanggula Mountains and Nyainqentanglha Mountains, offers you tons of amazing things to do, like attending Nagqu Horse Festival in August - the most hilarious festival in northern Tibet, exploring the mysterious relics of Xiangxiong Kingdom - the earliest civilization center on the Tibetan plateau, capturing the superb views of Namtso Lake and Siling Tso - the largest lakes of Tibet in just one go, visiting the prestigious Tsanden Monastery and other off-the-beaten-track temples altogether, etc. Check the top 4 highly recommended Lhasa Nagchu tours with the extending trip to eastern Tibet Kham Region and Area.

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