There's Still Time Left to Take Advantage of Adventure Travel during 2015 Tibet Travel Season

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There’s still time left in the 2015 Tibet tour season for travelers to get outside and discover Tibet’s stunning landscapes. To help travelers get started with planning their visit, Tibet Ctrip Travel Service-TCTS ( discusses some of their newest adventure travel options.

Even though temperatures are beginning to cool, travelers still have the opportunity to take advantage of the last weeks of Tibet travel season. During 2015, Tibet Ctrip Travel Service’s-TCTS ( has helped countless travelers discover Tibet with their new lineup of adventure tours; October provides mostly clear skies and hospitable (but sometimes cold) temperatures that can be perfect for those looking for a challenge. TCTS discusses the options that are now available to travelers.

Kharta Valley Trek: This 21-day tour comes with 9 days of trekking that covers about 200 km. The trail winds through the area around Everest, giving trekkers unmatched views of its east and north face. This adventure is best for well-seasoned trekkers who have completed challenging journeys at a high altitude.

Shalu Monastery to Nartang Monastery: This adventure Tibet tour is well suited for beginner-intermediate level trekkers. Of the 12-day tour, 3 days are reserved for the trek. The two passes trekkers will summit, Show-La and Char-La, are not particularly difficult to ascend nor are they at a high altitude; expect about 5 hours of trekking a day.    

On Tibet trekking tours with TCTS, travelers can rest easy knowing that they will be taken care; all adventures are fully supported with a native Tibetan guide and assistants who help take care of camp. After a long day of trekking, travel groups can arrive at camp to tents set up and a hot meal to be prepared. Equipment like tents and sleeping bags are provided for travelers' convenience. With only a short time remaining before the adventure travel season ends, now is the time to book a tour!

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