Free Tibet Attractions For The Winter Tibet Tour
Great Tibet Tour is excited to announce that travelers in Tibet could enjoy preferential policies from November 1, 2023, to March 15, 2024. A great number of Tibetan attractions are free of charge. Winter is an enchanting season in Tibet, with snow-capped landscapes, serene monasteries, and rich cultural heritage.
The famous attractions in Tibet, such as the Potala Palace, Everest Base Camp, Mt.Kailash, etc., are all free to visit in these months. During this period, every traveler can have a close encounter with the beauty of Tibet and its rich culture and history. Here is the list of free scenic spots in Tibet from November 1, 2023, to March 15, 2024:
List Of Free Scenic Spots In Tibet
1. Lhasa Region
Potala Palace, Norbulingka Park, Tibet Museum, Tibetan Yak Museum…
2. Shigatse Region
Karola Glacier, Everest National Nature Reserve, Sakya Ancient City, Pala Manor…
3. Ngari Region
Kailash(not (not open in winter), Manasarovar (not open in winter), Pangong Lake, Zhari Namco, Piyang Dongga, Khyung Lung Dngul Mkhar…
4. Nyingchi Region
Pagsum Lake, Yarlung Tsangpo Grand Canyon, Lulang Forest, Nanyi Valley, Midui Glacier…
5. Nagqu Region
Tangra Yumco, Siling Lake…
6. Shannan Region
Yamdrok Lake, Lagari Palace, Lebugou…
If you are interested in achieving your Tibetan dream at the lowest cost, the Winter Tibet Tour is the best choice. Not only for entrance tickets but also all the related prices, such as flights, train tickets, accommodation, tour guide fees, transportation, etc. would be much cheaper than usual. As a local travel agency, Great Tibet Tour offers many tour packages that can meet your needs as well as your budget.
Here Are Some Top Scenic Spots
The magnificent Potala Place, with nine stories and a thousand rooms, was built by King Songtsen Gampo for his bride from the Tang Dynasty. Now, you can explore numerous invaluable treasures and artworks free of charge in this magnificent red and white structure.
Jokhang Temple is recognized as the most important temple in Tibetan Buddhism. This elegant architecture was built in 652 by King Songtsen Gampo. Being founded for his two brides, the Princess of the Tang Dynasty and the Princess of Nepal, the temple has a mixed style of Chinese, Tibetan, and Nepalese design. Pilgrims all over Tibet come to Jokhang Temple to do kora around it and worship in front of it.