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Karen Zhou - Our Sales Manager

Expertise

  • Tibet

    Lhasa, Namtso Lake, Shigatse, Gyantse, Everest, Mount Kailash

  • China

    Beijing, Xian, Shanghai, Guilin, Yangtze River Cruise, Yunnan, Sichuan, Hong Kong...

Why not take the advantages of Karen's Tibet and China travel experience to design a trip just for you, that suits your budget and interests. She always tries her best to make sure every client can enjoy a lifetime experience with us.

Biography


The travel bug got me early, I think from a childhood spent studying the atlas. Until now, I've been in China tourism business for over 10 years, working as tour guide, travel consultant, and quality supervisor, so I know how to make our clients have an authentic experience at the LOWEST price.

I'm here to make your travel experience exceptional at the best price! As the manager of our team, I always try my best to make sure every client enjoys traveling with our company. I'll work with you to create your ideal itinerary and then make sure all of the details of your trip are taken care of.

Hope everyone with us could get a lifetime experience in Tibet.

Bruce Tang

Tibet & China Travel Tips from Karen

Can't find the answers you would like? Email me and I will get back to you immediately with full passion and consideration.

  1. When is the best time for Tibet tour?

    It is suitable for travel to Tibet from April to early November, and the best time is August and September. But if you only stay in Lhasa, you can go there any time of the year. Get real time weather report in different places of Tibet.

  2. When is the best time for Everest tour?

    Early May and early October are the best time to visit Mt. Everest. Due to the clear weather, you have great chance to see Mt. Everest's true face (if you are lucky). From December to February, you'd better not to go to this area because it is too cold - except you are real Great Adventure People.

  3. Can I travel with children?

    Tibet may not be an ideal destination for young Children. The climate and generally harsher conditions in Tibet may not be ideal for young children. The sights and attractions are not those which children like to visit and facilities will be very primitive. If you do decide to bring your young child to Tibet please ensure that you bring all your child's daily needs with you.

  4. Are the Tibetan dogs are dangerous?

    Tibetan dogs are dangerous. Do not approach any stray or wild dogs you see and carry a stick if you plan to wander off on your own or at any time after dark.

  5. What kind of Tibet travel documents I need?

    Besides a valid passport and a valid Chinese visa, you need two different kinds of permits for traveling in Tibet: the entry permit (TTB permit) and the Aliens' travel permit (if you want to visit the unopened area in Tibet). Click here to read more about "Tibet visa" and how to get them.

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