It is best to travel in Tibet in June and early September, because the scenery is the best, followed by May and mid and late October. The scenic spots in Tibet include the Potala Palace, Namuco, Nianqing Tanggula Mountain, bakuo street, Yanghu lake, Nyingchi, Taohuagou, Yarlung Zangbo Grand Canyon, etc.
People with heart disease, asthma and high blood pressure are not recommended to enter Tibet. Do not enter Tibet blindly. The elderly over 70 years old are generally politely refused by the travel society. Before entering Tibet, do not smoke or drink as much as possible to avoid upper respiratory tract infection. Reduce a lot of physical labor and conserve energy.
If you enter Tibet for the first time, it is recommended to take some conventional scenic spots. You can take some dry food, raisins and American ginseng slices with you. Tibet has a long way to go, so you can supply energy on the way.
Tibetans have their own unique food structure and eating habits. Butter, tea, Zanba and beef and mutton are known as the "four treasures" of Tibetan diet. In addition, there are highland barley wine and all kinds of dairy products.
Highland barley wine in Tibet is directly brewed from highland barley. The degree is low. Tibetan people, men, women, young and old, like to drink it. It is necessary for celebrating the festival.
Tibetans have rich drinking etiquette and customs. Every time they brew new wine, they must first worship God with "new wine", and then follow the ancient motto of "order of elders and children". First, they toast their elders at home, and then their families can drink freely.