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Ngawa Overview

Ngawa Overview

Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture (it is also called "Aba" in Mandarin) is located in the north-west Sichuan Province at the upper reaches of Yangtze River and the Yellow River, with an area of 82400 square kilometers. Under its jurisdiction, there are 13 countries. On this land, 898000 people are living for generations, among them, Tibetan are 56%, Qiang people are 18, 3 are muslim and others are Han people and else.

Ngawa Prefecture is the second larger Tibetan in Suchuan and the main region inhabited by Qiang people in China. Ngawa has a complex landform, diverse climate and unique geomorphic environment. With Min River and Dadu River running through the whole territory, Ngawa is the only place where Yellow River going through in Sichuan. It’s also an important water sources. Several living fossile animal and plant resourceslike Panda and Davidia Involucrate, and many world natural heritages like Jiuzhaigou, Huanglong, Giant Panda Habitat Sichuan Wolong, Mt. Siguniang have been well reserved.

The natural tourism resources represented by Jiuzhaigou, Huanglong, Mt. Siguniang, Wolong, the Great Grassland and Dagu Glacier have enjoyed a high prestige in the world. Here is the fantasy Fairyland, the Spiritual Paradise, the Mystical & Beautiful Ngawa.

Ngawa Tour Packages

Ngawa Tour Guide

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