|FAQ for Tibet|
|Written by Administrator|
|Thursday, 26 February 2009 23:56|
# Flight and availability(Kathmandu-Lhasa Flight Schedule and fare).
Kathmandu / Lhasa USD 331.00 per person ($273.00 + $3.00 YQ + $55.00 YR fuel surcharge)
CA KTM/LXA: ETD: KTM 0950, ETA: LXA 1300 hrs (Local Time)
KATHMANDU / LHASA / KATHMANDU flight OPERATES AS FOLLOWS:
# Condition of Tea house/ lodge.
In Lhasa / Sigatse/Saga / Zhangmu hotel are good you can find a Chinese food and continental. Rest of places is tea hose or Lodge very simple basic lodge. Also few places do not have electricity. Also teahouse they don’t have restaurants. In some places small lodge you get open toilet also open.
# which is the best season travel Tibet?
Generally speaking, from April to October is the best season for Tibet tour. However, having a winter tour can be pleasant ifyou don't mind the cold weather. You can avoid the tourist crowds, and economical accommodations and transportation are more available.
# How is weather like in Tibet?
In southern and eastern Tibet, the Himalayas act as a barrier against the rain-bearing monsoons, with rainfall decreasing as heading north. There is no rain from mid-September to May. Temperatures can vary from below 40 F in the early morning and evening to 85 F at midday. In the spring, dust is a problem. For more precise
# What is road conditions in Tibet?The journey from kathmandu should be viewed as an adventure, not sightseeing tour by bus. The road itself was poorly constructed and is prone to closer by landslides, particularly from June through September. It can be very dusty and some kind of facemask is a good idea to take. As you drive to altitudes of over 17000 feet at some points, altitude sickness becomes a real possibility and most will feel some symptoms. You must make sure to drink plenty of fluids to help you acclimatize. The choice of hotels reroute (extremely lhasa ) is extremely limited. Hotels are basic with showers, flush toilet, a small shop, a restaurant and the laundry facilities only. Food is not readily available reroute until the stopover hotels are reached. We recommend you carry packed lunch from the hotels. We suggest you bring a canteen or water bottle with purification tablet or water filter pump and refill your bottles at a very opportunity. Meals in route (until lhasa ) tend to be greasy and you may want to bring snacks or other foodstuff with you. We therefore suggest you to carry tinned food, biscuits, chocolates, cheese, drinking chocolate / coffee, soup cubes, instant noodles, vegetables, nuts and raisins, chewing gums etc. (food are available at the store in kathmandu)
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