Located on the northeastern edge of the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau in northern Sichuan, Zoigê County is under the administration of the Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture. It has always been known as “the oasis of the high plain of northwest Sichuan” and was chosen by the magazine Chinese National Geography as the best of the six top wetland scenic areas in China. Here you can see the majestic scenery of the first of the Yellow River’s nine famous curves, and in the summertime an ocean of flowers blooms across the great grasslands of Zoigê. Visitors can sample authentic cheese bread, butter tea, and whole roast goat. They can also chat and tell jokes with the locals, a source of endless delight.
The Zoige Flower Lake is located in the Re'er Dam Grassland at north of the Zoige County. The shore is densely reeded and the Flower Lake is named after a small white flower in the lake. In addition, here is the place to watch the black-necked cranes, which are under special state protection. Huahu Lake is tremendous, and the submerged is an incomprehensible marsh. Under the daylight, the water surface reflects distinctive splendor and is loaded with hearts. The lake is encompassed by huge rich reeds, which are influencing with the breeze, mirroring the quietness and changes of the lake.
The Yellow River merges with Baihe River in Tangke Township, Zoige County, Sichuan Province, forming the Yellow River Jiuqu First Bay. Here, visitors can enjoy the peculiar and splendid natural landscape. It is also a location that photographers love. To see the Yellow River Jiuqu First Bay, you can climb the stairs or take the elevator and then you can reach the viewing platform. The scenery on the viewing platform will let you forget all your troubles. This is a great place to watch the sunset. The wandering Yellow River is especially enchanting in the afterglow of sunset.