Visiting Tibet? Contact a Tibet local travel agency now (www.tibetctrip.com)!
Lhasa, Tibet (PRWEB) March 29, 2015
With all of the fascinating places to travel and so little time, it can be hard to squeeze in a tour of Tibet. In response to traveler demand, Tibet Ctrip Travel Service (TCTS) (http://www.tibetctrip.com) has created a travel solution that allows visitors to visit famous cultural sites and experience Tibet’s natural beauty in as little as four days. Tony of TCTS discusses the details:
Day 1: Once travelers land in Lhasa, their guide will accompany them to their hotel. After settling in, be sure to take it easy while drinking lots of water. Should the group decide to go out and explore, don’t push too hard; the change in altitude can be extreme for some travelers and TCTS wants to make sure that everyone is well adjusted for their first day of sightseeing.
Day 2: The adventure gets started today! While the itinerary is fully customizable, the majority of travelers begin with Potala Palace and visit Jokhang Temple next. These awe-inspiring places are fantastic places to learn about culture and history while travelling in Tibet. Afterwards, be sure to explore the winding pathways of Barkhor Bazaar.
Day 3: Today, TCTS provides a few options. Some groups choose to stay in Lhasa and visit the summer palace of the Dalai Lama, Norbulingka, or visit Sera and Drepung monasteries on the city’s edge. Alternatively, a travel group could choose to travel out of Lhasa and make a day trip to the beautiful Lake Namtso.
Day 4: Depending on the departure schedule, travelers might have time for some last minute shopping and exploring before heading to the airport. The group’s guide will see everyone off.
With TCTS, its possible to enjoy an introduction to Tibet’s culture and experience some of its world famous scenery in as little as four days. After the Tibet tour, travelers can easily reach Kathmandu or nearly all of China within a few hours by plane. The 2015 travel season is nearly upon us, so now is the time to book a tour!
Learn more about the Tibet travel agency at http://www.tibetctrip.com!