1. What is the climate in Tibet? Is it hot in summer? Is it very cold in winter?
Tibet is actually a plateau and they do in fact have a very distinctive special climate. Climate different from other areas of course. East Tibet happens to be at a lower altitude and that is what causes them to be warmer in comparison to western Tibet. Meanwhile, in some karimunjawa open trip murah mountainous areas, in fact there are currently about 4 seasons at once that exist at a different height. In the meantime, the weather within a day alone is very varied. The night was cold while the day was warm. It stretches from 12 to 15 degrees Celsius in one day.
The climate in southeastern Tibet including Nyingchi and Chamdo is comfortable with average temperatures of eight degrees Celsius; While in western Tibet (Shigatse and Nagqu) cool enough with average temperatures below zero degrees.
But, maybe later in the central area of Tibet itself, the climate of Lhasa and Tsedang more profitable especially when you will be traveling. Therefore, there are now many travelers who can visit these areas throughout the year. Actually it will not be too hot in summer and it will not be too cold in winter.
2. What is the condition of the rainy season road in Tibet? Need I take rainproof with me?
The rainy season in Tibet mainly from June to August and the rainy season is very bad. However, there are many track maintenance workers and local troops who will also provide assistance to restore the road. In general, it only takes a few hours to make the road worth returning. As for the rainproof, you are advised to take raincoats, pants and rainproof shoes if you want to travel, mountain climb or bike riding. If you have a group tour organized by some travel agencies, you usually do not need to bring rainproof rain with you, because Tibet often rains at night and the weather is good enough during the day. Besides, the tour buses are always there with you.
3. What is the best time to travel to Tibet?
It is true that in general, early April especially at the beginning of the travel season which may take place mid-June especially when there are a large number of Chinese travelers rushing to Tibet for summer holidays. The end of June is probably until the end of the National Holiday is the height of the holiday season when several important festivals are held in Tibet, such as the Shoton Festival, Gyantse Dawa Festival and Nagqu Horse Festival. After mid-October, Tibet turned into winter and as the visitors reduced the number, more than half the hotel closed for bad reservations.