Learn Tibet via Tibet tourist maps before travel to Tibet.
(PRWEB) February 28, 2013
Tibet Ctrip Travel Service (TCTS), a Lhasa based Tibet travel agency has updated the Tibet travel maps section of its website. TCTS aims to assist travelers in making informed Tibet travel decisions by making as much travel information as possible available on its website for public use. Now it is possible to view a wide variety of maps including those of specific trekking routes. When planning any sort of travel, looking at maps of specific regions helps build understanding of the places travelers will be visiting.
The maps page on Tibetctrip.com includes maps of all of Tibet and maps of specific locations such as Lhasa. In addition to maps of Tibet there are also maps of Yunnan and Nepal. In the future TCTS will be adding an interactive Google map that allows travelers to focus on the regions that specifically interest them. When planning a tour of Tibet, travelers are encouraged to look at these maps to help them brainstorm ideas for customizing the tour to fit their specific needs and interests. The map of central Tibet is particularly useful as it contains many of Tibet’s most famous attractions!
Also on the maps page of Tibetctrip.com is a link to maps of popular trekking routes. By looking at these maps trekkers can prepare for their adventure by getting an idea of the kind of route they will be hiking. Currently available maps include the Everest Base Camp Trek, Kailash trek, Ganden Monastery to Samye Monastery trek, as well as the lake Manasarovar trekking route. On all Tibet trekking tours offered by TCTS camping equipment is provided for travelers’ convenience.
Looking at maps that cover all of Tibet is great for helping travelers understand which specific regions of Tibet they would like to focus on during their tour. Maps of specific areas are more helpful once travelers have decided which regions interest them. Trekkers are encouraged to familiarize themselves with the trekking maps so they can know what to expect on the trail. TCTS hopes that these maps will foster a greater understanding of travel in Tibet and looks forward to expanding its selection of Tibet tourist maps available on its website.
Devin Moore, author of this new release for tibetctrip.com, 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, Devin publishes Tibet travel related information in order to spread awareness of Tibet and its people.