Shuanghu No Man Land in Shuanghu County, Nagqu
Chinese Name: 那曲双湖无人区
English Name: Shuanghu No Man Land
Location: Located in Shuanghu County, Nagqu
Admission Fee: Free
Opening Hours: All Day
About Shuanghu No Man Land in Shuanghu County, Nagqu
Shuanghu in Tibetan language means double lakes. Shuanghu No Man Land is located in Shuanghu County, Nagqu. In the northwest of Shuanghu No Man Land is Kekexili unpopulated area. With an average altitude of 5000 meters, it covers an area of 600,000 square kilometers. In addition to high mountains, lakes, grasslands and wild animals, it is almost deserted. The site’s geographical and climatic conditions have nurtured a unique biodiversity. More than one third of the plant species, and all the herbivorous mammals are endemic to the plateau. The property secures the complete migratory route of the Tibetan antelope, one of the endangered large mammals that are endemic to the plateau. Inaccessibility and the harsh climate have combined to keep the property free from modern human influences and development while at the same time supporting a long-standing traditional grazing regime that coexists with the conservation of nature.
Shuanghu No Man Land can said to be a huge natural wild zoo. People can often see flocks of wild horses, deer, antelope, wild yak, and other Tibetan wild animal. The mysterious mountain, vast grassland, and groups of yaks form a unique plateau scenery. Shuanghu No Man Land’s natural beauty, mountains and rivers attract thousands of tourists from all over the world.
The advanced traffic system provides visitors convenient ways to travel. Visitors can take bus or choose self-driving. On account of snow and occasional road accidents, highway closures and concomitant traffic delays are not uncommon.
• Traveling Seasons: All seansons