(PRWEB) January 17, 2014
Visiting Everest is a Tibet travel dream that is set to become a reality for travelers in 2014. Sitting on the roof of the world the Everest’s air is thin, temperatures are low, and the wind blows constantly. Thanks to a developing tourist infrastructure it's now possible for nearly all travelers to make the trip where previously only the most seasoned travelers made it. Stunning high altitude beauty awaits those who make the journey; Tibet travel agency TibetCtrip Travel Service-TCTS (http://www.tibetctrip.com) gives travelers a preview.
From Lhasa, the drive is usually spread over two days and traverses stunning mountain landscapes. Many travelers feel that the scenery along the way is equally as beautiful as Everest itself! The travel group ascends mountain roads that provide wide-open views of the area below then crosses into rocky expanses that give way to areas of fertile high altitude farmland. Along the journey’s final ascent the temperature drops, winds pick up, and the air grows thin as travelers reach Everest’s base.
Tibet tours that visit Everest can be scheduled spring through autumn with the best times to visit being late April through mid May along with September and early October. During the summer Everest is usually shrouded in a blanket of cloud cover and winter weather conditions are nearly inhospitable. Most travelers arrive in the afternoon and stay the night in one of the tent camps; views of Everest just after sunrise are typically the best!
A developing infrastructure for travelling in Tibet has made Everest accessible to many travelers who would have been unable to make the journey in the past. Leaving visitors awestruck, witnessing the majesty of the world’s tallest mountain is an experience most won’t forget. TCTS has been helping travelers from around the world make the trip to Everest for over ten years and welcomes any questions. With the best times to visit only a few months away now is the time to start planning a trip!
Devin Moore, author of this release, is a travel writer and independent economic analyst based in Denver, Colorado USA. In partnership with local Tibet travel agent TCTS (tibetctrip.com), Devin publishes Tibet travel related information in order to spread awareness of Tibet and its people.