(PRWEB) December 20, 2013 -- The tens of thousands of travelers who went on a Tibet travel in 2013 have been raving about the fantastic scenery and unique culture. Tibet is a huge country with a variety of landscapes and cultural sites to offer, picking where to go and what to do can often be the hardest part of planning the trip. TibetCtrip Travel Service-TCTS (http://www.tibetctrip.com) is here to help travelers plan their 2014 Tibet tour by sharing 3 destinations set to be among next year’s most popular.
1. Mt. Everest: Everest is one of Tibet’s most sought after destinations, topping out at over 8800 meters it is the world’s tallest mountain. Visitors can stay overnight near Everest’s base or even make the four-day trek to Everest base camp from Old Tingri. TCTS recommends visiting in April through Mid-May or September and October for best views of the mountain.
2. Ngari: Tibet’s far western region. This remote area is home to famous places like Mt. Kailash and the ancient Guge Kingdom. These tours of Tibet usually begin in Lhasa, from here it’s at least two days of driving to Kailash. Travel groups who set out for Ngari will enjoy seeing a wide cross section of Tibetan scenery along the way!
3. Yarlung Valley: According to legend the Tibetan people originated here thousands of years ago. The fertile valley is surrounded by steep towering mountains is home to some interesting cultural and historical sites like Yungbulakang Palace (Tibet’s first palace).
These Tibet tour favorites have become more and more popular in recent years and are set to be top destinations in 2014. There is something for every kind of traveler in Tibet; adventure travelers can enjoy trekking and mountain biking while travelers interested in culture and history can spend weeks exploring temples and monasteries. With the 2014 Tibet travel right around the corner, travelers are encouraged to start planning now!
Devin Moore, is a travel writer and independent economic analyst based in Denver, Colorado USA. Devin publishes Tibet travel related information in order to spread awareness of Tibet and its people. Having traveled to Tibet twice with friends through TCTS's professional service, Devin highly suggests overseas travel agencies to work with TibetCtrip Travel Service and bring masses of travelers to support local Tibetan via travel.
Tony, Tibet Ctrip Travel Agent, Quality Tibet Travel Service 2013, http://www.TibetCtrip.com, 86-136-2899-9610, [email protected]
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