Tibet Travel in the Latter Half of 2015: Expert Advice for Those Planning an Adventure

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Even though the summer crowds are filtering out many are still planning late autumn and winter tours of Tibet. Tibet Ctrip Travel Service-TCTS (http://www.tibetctrip.com) draws upon its 12+ years of experience to help travelers arrive prepared.

The summer wave of travelers arriving for a tour of Tibet has come and gone but many will dodge the biggest crowds by saving their adventure for autumn or winter 2015. Weather remains suitable for travel throughout much of Tibet until October and visits to Lhasa are still possible through the end of the year, as travel regulations allow. Tibet Ctrip Travel Service-TCTS (http://www.tibetctrip.com) has over 12 years of experience operating professionally guided tours and shares their expert advice for planning a visit during this time of year.

When preparing for the trip it’s important to pay special attention to the particular areas the tour will be spending time in. Those going on a Tibet trekking tour or visiting remote, high altitude, areas need to be prepared for sharp drops in temperature that easily go below freezing. Since daytime temperatures can remain comfortable, clothes that can be layered are typically the best way to go. Protecting lips and skin with lip balm and moisturizers can save a lot of discomfort; the air will become increasingly dry and wind can sometimes be intense.

Popular travel review sites, like Trip Advisor, have recently become more useful in helping travelers find a reliable tour operator. After selecting a few candidates and researching their website to ensure they offer tours that match the group’s interest, it’s best to send out several inquiries. A quality Tibet tour operator will respond promptly and attentively to what the group is looking for in a tour.

Time invested in adequately preparing for a tour of Tibet pays off upon arrival. The climate can become harsh as the late autumn and winter months roll around, travelers ready to combat the cold and wind head off discomfort and walk away with memories that last a lifetime. Now that the later half of the 2015 travel season is here it’s time to plan an adventure!

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