Family friendly Tibet tour options more popular in the 2015 travel season compared to previous years

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Tibet has become a popular option for families planning their 2015 vacations, compared to 2013 and 2014. Tibet Ctrip Travel Service-TCTS (http://www.tibetctrip.com) has been helping families discover Tibet for over 12 years and discusses some of their newest family friendly options.

With the 2015 Tibet travel season right around the corner family friendly tours have been in high demand. Tibet travel experts agree that families are choosing to travel Tibet in larger numbers than 2013-2014, most likely due to easing of travel restrictions and the availability of reliable tour operators. Estimates suggest that inquiries for family related tours are up about 10-20% over 2014.

In addition to easier travel regulations and reliable tour operators, many are looking for a hassle-free travel experience filled with unique and enriching cultural experiences. Tibet Ctrip Travel Service-TCTS (http://www.tibetctrip.com) makes visiting Tibet an easy for traveling families and discusses some of their newest options for the 2015.

Most prefer to begin their tour in Lhasa, however, TCTS is happy to arrange a tour for travelers looking to begin their trip in Nepal and come to Tibet either overland or by air. All necessary documents, such as Tibet travel permits, will be taken care of before arrival. To make sure everyone is well rested and acclimatized to the altitude before leaving Lhasa TCTS is now offering extensions to the Lhasa portion of their family sightseeing tours. Many are now choosing to stay an extra day to visit Norbulingka, summer palace of the Dalai Lama, and the Tibet Museum.

Once well acclimatized nearly all of Tibet is accessible to traveling families. For example, those visiting Everest base camp can stay in one of the tent camps near its base or take advantage of more comfortable options at Rongbuk Monastery. In the morning, travel groups can enjoy views of Everest from the inn or take a shuttle to base camp if they prefer not to hike.

Whether they are looking to make a quick stop to see a few of the most famous Tibet attractions or looking for an immersive, getaway from it all, experience TCTS can design a travel solution to meets a family’s needs. With the latest addition to TCTS's tour options travelers can ensure the trip is suitable for all ages. Traveling in Tibet broadens visitor’s horizons and creates memories that last a lifetime through enriching cultural experiences and fantastic scenery. Availability for the 2015 travel season is filling up quickly so now is the time to start planning!

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