Tibet Travel Agency Offers Tours for Tightly Scheduled Travelers

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When planning a big trip, it can be easy to end up with a list of destination longer than there is time for! Tibet Ctrip Travel Service is reaching out to tightly scheduled travelers by offering Tibet tours that can be completed in as little as four days.

Tibet travel agency offers tours for tightly scheduled travelers

Tibet travel agency offers tours for tightly scheduled travelers

Tibet travel is affordable and comfortable if you choose a reliable and professional local agency in Lhasa!

Travelers on a tight schedule can now visit Tibet in as few as four days. Tibet Ctrip Travel Service-TCTS (http://www.tibetctrip.com) has introduced a new lineup of four-day itineraries that helps travelers maximize the value of limited travel time. Now travelers can fly in, tour famous sites in and around Lhasa, and then fly on to their next destination. TCTS is one Lhasa based Tibet travel agency. TCTS takes care of details such as accommodation, transportation, and guides allowing travelers to relax and enjoy sightseeing. A wide variety of itinerary options open the door for travelers to put together an itinerary that matches their own interests and preferences.

1.    Many begin their Tibet tour with a visit to Potala Palace. After, it’s a short walk to Jokhang Temple, which sits in the heart of Barkhor Bazaar; travelers are welcome to explore Barkhor Bazaar and do some shopping once they have toured Jokhang Temple. On the second day of sightseeing, Drepung Monastery, in the morning, and the debating monks of Sera Monastery, in the afternoon, is a popular option.

2.    As an alternative, some travelers may trade their visit to Drepung Monastery for a visit to Norbulingka, summer palace of the Dalai Lama, still leaving time to see the debating monks at Sera Monastery.

3.    Those interested in Tibet’s natural beauty may be interested in a visit to Lake Namtso or Lake Yamdrok. A trip to one of these sparkling blue lakes provides many opportunities for pictures of the scenery. Since these places are at a bit higher altitude than Lhasa the trip is usually saved for the second day. TCTS recommends visiting the must-see Tibet attractions Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, and Barkhor Bazaar on the first day.

4.    Another option for exploring Tibet’s countryside is a tour of Drigungtil Nunnery; here travelers will enjoy lessons about Tibetan culture as their guide shows them around. On the way back, travelers also have the option of relaxing in Tidrum Hot Spring! There will of course be opportunities along the way to stop for pictures of the mountain scenery.

Even a quick four-day tour of Tibet yields numerous opportunities to enjoy its stunning scenery and become introduced to its unique culture. This certainly isn’t an inclusive list of options, TCTS is more than happy to offer suggestions and work with travelers who have a specific itinerary in mind! Daily flight serve Lhasa from a several Chinese cities and at least 3 flights come from Kathmandu each week. While the best time to visit is late spring or early autumn, this trip can be arranged throughout the year. With the best season to visit right around the corner travelers are encouraged to start planning their Tibet travel now.

Devin Moore, author of this release, is a travel writer and independent economic analyst based in Springfield, Missouri USA. Devin enjoys travelling throughout Asia and his economic research is currently focused on airfare pricing. In partnership with local Tibetan travel agent TCTS (tibetctrip.com), Devin publishes Tibet travel related information in order to spread awareness of Tibet and its people.

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