How to Plan a Family Tour in Tibet
During the 2018 travel season family friendly Tibet travel has been a popular way for traveling families to enjoy an exotic adventure packed with enriching cultural activities that can be fun for all ages. As the final months of the peak travel season roll around, many are planning to take advantage of the remaining hospitable weather. To help travelers get started with planning Tibet tour, Tibet Ctrip Travel Service-TCTS (http://www.tibetctrip.com) discusses some family friendly culture focused tours available during 2018 and 2019.
- Tibet Culture Cradle Journey: The 6 day tour begins in Lhasa where the travel group will enjoy an introduction to Tibetan culture and history. Potala Palace and Jokhang Temple are typically first up on the itinerary followed by some time for exploring Barkhor Bazaar, all fantastic places to learn and watch every day Tibetan life in action. Before leaving Lhasa on the fourth day the Tibet tour also visits Norbulingka (summer palace of Dalai Lamas), the Tibet museum, along with Sera and Drepung Monasteries. Yarlung Valley, cradle of Tibetan civilization, is up next on the itinerary. Over two days travelers visit sites in and around Tsetang such as Yungbulagang Palace, Tramdruk Monastery, and Samye Monastery.
- Tibet Culture and Landscape Trip: This 7 day tour of Tibet covers many of Lhasa’s most famous sites but heads in a different direction after a couple days. The travel group will make a day trip to the beautiful Lake Namtso, one of the largest in all of Tibet and China, second only to Lake Qinghai. Along the way there will be plenty of opportunity to enjoy view of wide-open grasslands filled with nomads and their herds of animals. The group will enjoy sightseeing in Gyantse and Shigatse, Tibet’s second largest city, over the following two days.
These culture focused Tibet tours provide a get away from it all experience that imparts upon travelers knowledge of one of world’s most fascinating and mysterious places. Tours by TCTS include everything from travel permits and hotels to guides and transportation, giving travelers the opportunity to forget about the details and enjoy their trip. With only a few months left in the 2018 Tibet winter tour season is the time to plan a tour!