Tibet is located in the southwestern border of China, with an average elevation of more than 4,000 meters, and has the title of "Roof of the World". Five of the 14 peaks over 8000 meters in the world are in Tibet, including Mount Everest, the world's highest peak. The mountains of Tibet stretch, Mount Kailash, regarded as the "king of the mountain", is the world center of the pilgrims. The three "holy lakes"- Yamdrok Lake, Manasarovar Lake and Namco are like bright pearls inlaid on this snowy plateau. Tibetan Buddhism has a history of 1,400 years in Tibet. The Potala Palace cloth in Lhasa is the temple of Tibetan Buddhism. Many believers come here to worship, and the air is filled with a strong Buddhist atmosphere.
Good psychological quality is a panacea to overcome and defeat altitude sickness. A large number of examples have proved that maintaining an open-minded and optimistic mood and building strong self-confidence can reduce the physical discomfort of the altitude sickness zone. On the contrary, worrying and overthinking will increase the oxygen consumption of the brain tissue, which will aggravate the physical discomfort and prolong the healing time.
Tourists with severe hypertension should not go to Tibet. If you have a severe cold, it is recommended to enter Tibet after being cured.
Avoid being overworked, recharge your energy and take a good rest. Appropriate consumption of American ginseng, etc., to enhance the body's anti-anoxia ability. If you have a respiratory infection, you should be cured before entering the plateau.
Try not to take a bath on the first day after entering Tibet, because the high temperature difference between day and night is large, and if the heat is not timely after bathing, it is very easy to catch a cold. Once you catch a cold in the plateau area, it is not easy to get better. Or pulmonary edema, that would be a big trouble.
In terms of diet, eat more carbohydrate-rich and easy-to-digest foods; drink more water to keep the body adequately hydrated; it is recommended not to eat too much meat and not to be overfull; avoid drinking alcohol.
Tibet has a high temperature difference between morning and night, and the temperature is low. Please be sure to bring woolen sweaters, thick coats, jeans, etc., and add clothes in time to avoid cold.
Tibet is a special area, please live in harmony with the group members and respect the culture and beliefs of ethnic areas.
No, you cannot. All international tourists must be accompanied by a licensed travel agency to make a scheduled trip. We are a travel agency headquartered in Tibet and have been providing Tibet travel to international travelers for many years. We now have offices in Kathmandu, Thimphu and Chengdu. You can trust us to provide you with a one-stop barrier-free service for your trip to Tibet.
Yes, it is safe to travel in Tibet. Tibetans are one of the most friendly and hospitable people in the world. Because they believe in Buddhism, the criminal record here is very low. Most of the roads in Tibet are well paved, and it is usually safe to travel by land, by bicycle or on foot. In addition, all our drivers are experienced and drive through every corner of Tibet, so you don't need to worry.
The best time to travel to Tibet is from April to early June and September to November. In fact, Tibet can travel all year round. Tibet has different beauty in different seasons. We will help you customize your travel according to your needs.
You only need to apply for a Chinese visa, and we book a Tibet tour, and then email your passport information and Chinese photos and images to us via the page, and we will apply for you. If other permits are required, our guide will assist you when you arrive in Lhasa.