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Ngari

Located in the heart of the northern part of the Tibetan Plateau, Ngari is a regional administrative division of the Tibet Autonomous Region of China. It is one of the world's lowest densely populated areas and has a unique natural plateau landscape. Ngari is a place where the Mount Himalayas and Mount Gangdise joint together and is known as the "Ancestor of mountains". At the same time, it is also the birthplace of the Yarlung Tsangpo River, Indus River and the Ganges River, so it is also known as the "Source of All Rivers".

The Top Tourist Attraction Mt.KAILASH & Lake.MANSAROVER is located in Puland County, Ngari, Tibet. The sacred mountain and Lake is located in the heart of the Gangdisi cultural circle, where is not only the birthplace of Tibet's indigenous Bon religion, but also the core area of ​​the mysterious ancient states of "Shang-shung" and "Guge". For centuries, because of the geographical advantages, the area has countless relations between ancient civilizations such as ancient Persia, ancient India, ancient central China and the hinterland of Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, and have a profound influence on each other in religion, language, medicine, art and culture. Today, the area of ​​sacred mountain and lake is still jointly recognized as "the center of the world" by Bon religion, Tibetan Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism. Every year, believers from all over the world continue to make pilgrimages to this area. The unique natural scenery of the holy mountain and lake, and the cultural origins of the world’s important ancient civilization centers and pilgrimage sites have created an unimaginable level for both the actual and spiritual aspects.

Ngari (Tibet)

Altitude: Over 5,000 meters

Attractions: Mount Kailash, Lake Mansarover, Ruins of Guge Kingdom

Best Season:May to July, September and October

Suggested Duration:2-7 days