Brahmaputra Grand Canyon in Tibetan valley, world’s largest canyon will now be kept open to all the international tourists and will be further developed by the independent Tibetan government along with the local tourist companies to turn it into a world-class tourist spot. Located in Tibet's Linzhi (Nyingchi) area, the Canyon is 504.6 kilometres long and ranks first in many aspects such as length, depth, hydropower resources and biodiversity.
The tourists by travelling through the canyon, can have a panoramic view of the magnificent scenery of the great canyon, and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Mt Namjagbarwa and Tsangpo Badong Waterfall. The scenic spot is estimated to attract more than 300,000 international visitors in 2013. The deepest canyon also called as the Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon in Tibet originates from Mount Kailash, India and runs east for about 1700 km along the northern section of the Himalayas before its enters the gorge near Pe, Tibet.