Time:21-09-2018 This Article is Composed by BudgetTibetTour
Although the fall weather is just starting to set in, in no time at all it is going to be winter. If you are someone who loves the cold weather and wants to see something extreme, schedule a Tibet tour in winter and have something to look forward to. A Tibet winter tour is a once-in-a-lifetime adventure that simply shouldn’t be missed. This year is your year, so find the tour that calls to you, and get packing!
During the months of November and December, the temperature in Tibet is still nice enough to enjoy the daytime. It can get cold at night and if you are headed to high elevations. But there are a ton of advantages to heading on your Tibet tour this winter. Chief among them is that you won’t have so many other travelers to contend with and the prices are slightly cheaper for both airfare and hotel accommodations.
The 4-Day Lhasa Holy Landmarks Express tour
visits the famous holy landmarks of Lhasa. See the gateway to the Himalayas up close and personal. The tour also takes you to the Potala Palace, the Johkang Temple, and through the busy streets of Barkhor. After seeing the city center, the tour goes off-road and gives you a glimpse of the chapels, yards, and the halls of the sacred monasteries. The 4-day tour is an excellent guide through the city and beyond, and definitely something to add to your “to-do” list.
For the adventure seeker, this 8-day tour is a must. The guide will take intimate groups to tour the Mount Everest Base Camp , which is one of the most popular sites in the Himalayas. Included in the tour are the holy landmarks and monasteries of Lhasa. Tourists also get to see Yamdrok Lake, the Karola Glacier, and the Gyantse county.
Get a peek of the ancient city wall and the fabulous castles around. Towards the end of the tour, the guides drive to Mr. Everest to see some of the most fantastic sites and the highest mountains in the world. Tourists get to see it all from the Gyalpo-la Pass. The sunrise views are outstanding, and the majestic nature of Mt Everest will leave you speechless.
Guides take small groups on a 6-day trip through the legendary ancient cities of the Himalayas. You get to sightsee all of the historic places of downtown Lhasa to see the architectural feats and deep seeded tradition. The 6-day tour focuses more on the ancient history of Tibet and discusses how it came to be what it is today.
If you are an adventure seeker but worry that winter time in Tibet is going to be too cold, fear not! Travel to Tibet in winter is more intimate and less expensive, with all of the same fantastic sites. Which Tibet tour in winter is for you? Check out Budget Tibet Tour to look through all the amazing packages you can schedule today!
I want to visit in Oct 2020 and do the Mt Kailash tour. I want to bring two of my grandchildren - aged 8 and 10 years old. Do you think it is possible?
Dear Mr. Ul***,
Greetings from Nancy at Budget Tibet Tour, thanks for visiting our website and sending your inquiry. I think it will be no problem for you to bring your grandchildren to do the trekking, as we had clients before who took child less than 4 years old did it, and they hired porter to carry him for some part. If you like, you can hire a horse and horse man to carry them to save the energy there. And also I recommend you to arrive in Lhasa1-2days earlier to make the children adjust the high place better if you have enough time. And I will send you the tour details, please check it by email. Best regards.
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