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  • Last Updated: 2019-10-16

tibet mapHere Great Tibet Tour provides you with the towns & sights in Tibet by elevation, both in meter and feet, in order to give you a rough idea of what you will be dealing with, also to help you select towns & sights you will to visit which suits you best. 

Tibetan Plateau is the world's highest plateau, with an average altitude of 4,500 meters, and known as the "roof of the world" and "Third Pole". It is highly suggested to spend about 3 nights in Lhasa or Tsetang, the relatively lower altitude places of Tibet first before move further to other higher altitude places.

 

Prefecture

Altitude by Meter

Altitude by Feet

City/Town

Altitude by Meter

Altitude by Feet

Lhasa Prefecture

3,650 m

12,100 ft

Lhasa

3,650 m

12,000 ft

Shigatse Prefecture

3,800 m

12,500 ft

Gyantse

4,000 m

13,123 ft

Shigatse

3,800 m

12,467 ft

Tingri

4,300 m

14,108 ft

Zhangmu

2,800 m

9,186 ft

Ngari Prefecture

4,500 m

14,800 ft

Shiquanhe (Ali/Ngari)

4,280 m

13,960 ft

Nagqu Prefecture

4,500 m

14,800 ft

Nagqu

4,500 m

14,764 ft

Damxung

4,200 m

13,780 ft

Amdo

4,800 m

15,748 ft

Shannan Prefecture

3,700 m

12,100 ft

Tsetang

3,580 m

11,745 ft

Nyingtri Prefecture

3,100 m

10,200 ft

Nyingchi

3,100 m

10,171 ft

Pomi

2,750 m

9,022 ft

Chamdo Prefecture

3,200 m

10,500 ft

Chamdo

3,200 m

3,200 m

 

Attraction

Altitude by Meter

Altitude by Feet

Lake Namtso

4,700 m

15,420 ft

Yamdroktso Lake

4,500 m

14,764 ft

Tashilunpo Monastery

4,800 m

15,748 ft

Sakya Monastery

4,300 m

14,108 ft

Rongbuk Monastery

5,100 m

16,732 ft

Mt. Everest Base Camp

5,200 m

17,060 ft

Samye Monastery

3,556 m

11,667 ft

Yumbulagang Palace

3,700 m

12,139 ft

Lake Manasarovar

4,588 m

15,052 ft

Draksumtso Lake

3,700 m

12,139 ft

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