Tibet Ctrip Announces One-Day Private Tibet Tour to Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple

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Tibet Ctrip Travel Service-TCTS (http://www.tibetctrip.com), a Lhasa based Tibet travel agency, announces another addition to its lineup of one-day private tours. Now travelers can get in, enjoy an introduction to Tibet, and get out while staying on a budget.

Lhasa based Tibet tour operator, Tibet Ctrip Travel Service-TCTS (http://www.tibetctrip.com) is announcing another addition to its lineup of one-day private tours available for the fall 2015 travel season. Travelers attempting to pack as many destinations as possible into a short amount of time no longer need to skip over Tibet; now they can get in, enjoy an introduction to Tibet, and get out all while staying on a budget. The newest tour takes travelers to Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, and then allows time for exploring Barkhor Bazaar.

  • The tour kicks off early in the morning. Typically, travel groups begin with Potala Palace however this may vary based on when tour time slots are available; TCTS must register visitors in advance. The group’s native Tibetan guide will walk them through the magnificent palace while sharing its history and significance. All in all, this is a great place to learn about Tibet’s culture and history.
  • After a break for lunch it’s a short walk over to Jokhang Temple. Located in the heart of Barkhor Bazaar, it’s surrounded by lots of activity. Pilgrims flock here from remote corners of Tibet to pray and visit the only known image of the Buddha, created during his lifetime, known to remain in existence today.
  • After Jokhang Temple travelers are free to wander the Barkhor area, a great place to shop for Tibetan arts and crafts while watching every day Tibetan life in action.

One-day tours by TCTS make Tibet travel an easy, memorable, experience that allows travelers to walk away with valuable knowledge of one of the world’s most fascinating and mysterious places. With availability for 2015 tours filling up now is the time to book a trip!

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