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Lhasa Based Tibet Travel Agency Announces Low Cost Tibet Tours for 2014

November 26, 2013 Tour Operator No Comments Email Email

As Tibet travel becomes easier and easier with each year, tens of thousands of travelers are planning to visit in 2014. Dramatic mountain scenery and unique cultural experiences are the draws for many travel groups.

A developing tourist infrastructure has brought quality tour operators, comfortable hotels, and more convenient access to Tibet’s most famous sites. For many visitors, travelling in Tibet can be a pricey adventure. With budget Tibet tours, Tibet Ctrip Travel Service-TCTS ( travelers looking to keep costs low can now join in.gI_83714_Tibet travel agent recommended

On the Budget Lhasa Culture Tour, travelers will enjoy two full days of sightseeing before moving onto their destination. TCTS matches small travel groups to lower per person travel costs and by keeping the number of group members low the tour maintains much of the comfort and flexibility of a private tour.

Day 1: Arrive in Lhasa by train or air. The group’s guide will be waiting at the airport or train station and accompany them to their hotel. Take time to rest and acclimatize to the altitude, drink lots of water and don’t engage in intense physical activity.

Day 2: Sightseeing. Most travelers begin their tour of Tibet with a visit to Potala Palace and from there it’s a short walk to Jokhang Temple. These are some of Lhasa’s must-sees; pilgrims flock here from all over Tibet.

Day 3: More sightseeing. There are a variety of Tibet attractions for travelers to choose from. Many groups enjoy visiting Drepung Monastery in the morning and then seeing the debating monks at Sera Monastery in the afternoon. Travelers could choose to visit Norbulingka, the Tibet Museum, or even make a day trip to Lake Namtso.

Day 4: There may be opportunities for last minute exploring and shopping depending on travelers’ departure time. The group’s guide will see them off at the shuttle to the airport or train station.

Those travelling in Tibet on a budget don’t have to settle for crowded tour busses and a rigid schedule; TCTS organizes smaller groups so travelers can enjoy the sites and ask their guide questions about Tibetan culture and history. Next year’s Tibet travel season is right around the corner, travelers and overseas travel agents are advised to contact Tibet Travel Service TCTS and start planning their trips now.

Devin Moore, author of this release, 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 Tibet Ctrip Travel Service and bring masses of travelers to support local Tibetan via travel.

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