Lhasa Based Travel Agency Discusses Family Friendly Tours of Tibet for 2015

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Travelling in Tibet is a perfect way for families to get away from the hustle and bustle of the modern world while still enjoying enriching activities that broaden their cultural horizons. Tibet Ctrip Travel Service-TCTS (http://www.tibetctrip.com) discusses what to expect on a Tibet tour.

Family friendly tours of Tibet by Tibet Ctrip Travel Service-TCTS (http://www.tibetctrip.com) are now available for the 2015 travel season. From temples and monasteries that broaden cultural horizons to outdoor adventures that open travelers’ eyes to Tibet’s natural beauty, an adventure like this is perfect for a family that is looking to get away from it all while still enjoying enriching activities. Tony of TCTS has been operating in Tibet for over 12 years and discusses what to expect.

Most tours by TCTS start in Lhasa however they are happy to accommodate those arriving from Nepal via air or overland. Before arrival, TCTS will obtain required documents such as Tibet travel permits. For most families, the easiest way to arrive is by air; flights arrive daily from cities across China and flights from Kathmandu are available multiple times per week. The groups’ guide will be waiting at the airport and accompany them to their hotel.

To minimize the effects of the altitude it’s best to rest and relax after arrival. Be sure to drink lots of water. The first couple days are usually easy paced to allow everyone time to acclimatize; this is a great time to get to know Tibetan culture and history as the tour visits famous sites such as Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple. All of TCTS’s guide are incredibly knowledgeable and are passionate about sharing their culture.

Whether a family just wants to make a quick stop or is seeking a more immersive experience TCTS can design a solution to meet its needs. Tibet travel not only creates lasting memories but also broadens travelers’ horizons through unique cultural experiences and astounding scenery. With the 2015 travel season right around the corner now is the time to start planning an adventure.

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