Lhasa, Tibet (PRWEB) April 10, 2015
Now that the 2015 Tibet travel season is right around the corner, travel groups the world over are beginning to plan their tours. When a traveler first sits down and starts sifting through all of the options, the planning process can easily seem a bit overwhelming. Tibet Ctrip Travel Service (TCTS) (http://www.tibetctrip.com) aims to help travelers have the easiest experience possible and shares some of their expertise.
- First, think about all of the people who are included in the travel group, along with their individual interests and needs. Is the whole family coming? In situations like this, it's best to orient planning towards an easily paced sightseeing tour. Maybe it’s a group of friends looking for some serious adventure; a trekking or biking tour may be a good fit in this kind of situation.
- Once this has been figured out, begin the search for a tour operator that has experience providing the kind of tour the group is targeting. If one types Tibet tour operator into a search engine, it’ll yield an endless list of options; while it’s never a bad idea to search sites manually and send out a few inquires, prospective travelers should check popular review sites like Trip Advisor.
- Be sure that passports are ready for everyone in the group as they will be needed to apply for Chinese visas and Tibet travel permits. The visas must be attained first and then the travel agency will apply for permits. TCTS encourages questions at any point in the process,. It's better to be safe than having a delay in an application!
From deciding on what kind of tour to finding tour companies and worrying about travel documents, planning a Tibet tour can, at first, seem like a lot of work. While the most successful travelers certainly take the time to do their due diligence, working with a quality tour operator, such as Tibet Travel Agency (TCTS), such a partnership goes a long way in simplifying the planning process and putting travelers' minds at ease. They will take care of things like travel permits, guides, hotels, and can also answer questions and provide advice along the way. The travel season will be here before we know it, so now is the time to start planning!