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What are the precautions for going to Tibet for the first time

What are the precautions for going to Tibet for the first time

4hw.com.cn: Tibet is a multi-ethnic gathering place in China. It not only has a magnificent plateau landscape, but also features folk culture. Tibet is a pilgrimage place for many donkey friends. However, due to the high altitude of Tibet, if the physical quality is not good, there may be serious plateau reaction. Let's see what we should pay attention to when we go to Tibet for the first time.

1. Do you want to exercise before going to Tibet?

Tibet tourism is most afraid of plateau reaction, so everyone would like to exercise before going to Tibet. In fact, there is no inevitable relationship between high altitude response and physical strength, but it is related to the body's adaptability and regulation ability, and there is no need to exercise deliberately. If you feel uneasy, you can also do aerobic exercise one or two months in advance, and do some jogging exercise. But you should pay attention to rest one week before you start, and don't do any more exercise.

2. Who are not suitable to come to Tibet?

The environment in Tibet Plateau is relatively poor, which has certain requirements for the health of the people who come to Tibet. Generally speaking, most people come to Tibet for tourism without problems, except for some people who suffer from serious diseases, such as the following categories of people:

1. Suffering from heart disease, blood disease and cerebrovascular disease;

2. Suffering from various respiratory diseases;

3. Epilepsy, schizophrenia and uncontrolled diabetes;

4. Have had altitude disease, such as altitude edema, altitude brain edema, altitude heart disease, etc;

5. High risk pregnant women;

6. Having a serious cold, fever or respiratory tract infection.

3. What symptom does highland reaction have?

According to people's physique, altitude reaction has slight and serious differences. The slight symptoms are headache, tinnitus, asthma, general fatigue and insomnia, etc., which will disappear when the body adapts to them. The serious symptoms are vomiting, nausea, purplish face, diarrhea, etc., which is better to take medicine or consult a doctor for treatment, so as to avoid serious consequences.

4. How to prevent altitude reaction? How to relieve after high altitude reaction?

What about altitude response? Carelessness can be life-threatening! There are a lot of drugs to prevent altitude sickness. Just go to the drugstore and consult the doctor. You are most familiar with Rhodiola, capsule type, oral liquid type, there are prototype Rhodiola, you can drink water. These prophylactics are generally taken about ten days in advance, and they are not effective after being taken into Tibet.

Sometimes, even if you take preventive medicine, high reaction is inevitable. How to relieve it and reduce your pain. There are Panax quinquefolium, inosine tablet or Jiangan oral liquid and gaoyuan'an to relieve the high reaction. If you have a headache, you should take baifuning painkiller, and glucose has a certain relieving effect on the high reaction.

After high altitude reaction, we still need to lie in bed and rest more, reduce exercise, and focus on light diet. If it is serious, we can take oxygen inhalation, which has obvious effect.

5. If you have a bad cold, you'd better not go to Tibet.

Why can't I go to Tibet with a cold? When you have a cold, the lungs and windpipes will be inflamed. At this time, the human body's resistance is poor, there is less oxygen in the plateau, and it is relatively dry. Then the cold is easy to get worse. Then the common cold will become pneumonia, pulmonary edema or bronchitis. Such consequences are not willing to bear. If you have a cold, cure it before you start. A mild cold is usually fine.

6. When is the best time to go to Tibet?

In the whole year, April to October is the best season in Tibet. It's warm, comfortable and not hot. But this is also the peak season of Tibet tourism. There are a lot of tourists. The consumption of related industries is also high, and your tourism consumption expenditure is also high.

From November to April of the following year, although it is cold, the sunshine is good and warm during the day. At this time, there are few tourists. What you see is the authentic Tibetan style. July and August are the rainy season in Tibet, but it usually rains at night and sometimes. At that time, it is also the time with the most people.

7. What is the best way to go to Tibet?

There are three main ways to enter Tibet: car, train and plane. Car consumption time is long, consumption expenditure is also high, but the body's adaptation to the plateau has a relatively long time;

The time for the train to enter Tibet is shorter than that for the car, and the train can enter Tibet in sections with the least consumption expenditure. The body can also slowly adapt to the height of the altitude and reduce the probability of high inversion. It only takes a few hours for the plane to enter Tibet, but the altitude changes violently, and the probability of high inversion is also the highest, which requires a lot of costs. Suggest that the train come in and the plane go out.

8. What places in Tibet need border protection certificates?

Although many of Tibet's donkey friends are keen to go, not all places can go at will. Some places need a border guard card to go.

The following areas are required for entry:

Shigaze District: Zhongba County, Saga County, nyalamu County, Dingri County, Kangma County, Yadong County, Gangba County, Dingjie County, Jilong County;

Shannan District: Zana County, Longzi County, Luozha County, Longjia County;

Linzhi District: Milin County, Lang County, Chayu County, Motuo County;

Ali District: Pulan County, Zada County, Ritu county and Gar County;

If you have a valid passport and also apply for an exit visa, you can show your passport in some places without a border guard card. For example, if you go to Nepal and pass through Jilong, you don't need to apply for the border guard card of Jilong.

9. How to deal with the border protection certificate of Tibet?

There are two places to apply for the border guard card, one is the Public Security Bureau of the place where the registered permanent residence is located, and the other is the Border Guard Corps in Tibet. It's troublesome to handle it in the public security bureau where the registered permanent residence is located. Generally, it's free, and some places will charge a little cost;

It's better to find a local travel agency in Lhasa to entrust the application, starting from four people, and only need to provide the original ID card, which is valid for one month. Tel: 0891-6226766

10. What should I pay attention to when I just arrived in Tibet?

Just arrived in Tibet, it's better not to rush to other places to play. It's better to rest first and play around the city, so that the body can adapt to the plateau environment.

Generally speaking, it is recommended not to take a bath and have a rest early on the day when you arrive. The plateau is relatively dry. Many people are prone to nosebleeds when they come to Tibet. You can find a doctor to prescribe some ointment to lubricate the nose. In addition, you need to drink more water and eat light food first. Bedtime bedroom can put a basin of water, the air is not so dry, help to alleviate the high reaction.

11. What's the climate like in Tibet in summer? What should I wear?

Compared with other tourism cities in the mainland, Tibet has a cool summer. The temperature is about 25 degrees in the daytime and 10 degrees in the evening. The temperature difference is a little big. It's better to wear trousers and long sleeves in the daytime, and pay attention to sun protection. In the evening, just add a coat.

July and August are the two seasons of concentrated rain in Tibet, but they are basically the sun in the daytime and rain at night, but it's better to take rain gear with you in your bag, just in case.

In particular, Tibet's high-altitude scenic spots are very cold in summer and need to take winter clothes to keep warm. The high-altitude scenic spots often visited include namcuo, Mount Everest (base camp), Ali, etc.

12. Tibet's sunshine is very strong. How to protect it?

The Tibetan Plateau is relatively dry, with less atmospheric water vapor, less clouds and less reflection of ultraviolet rays, so there are more ultraviolet rays reaching the ground. When traveling outdoors in Tibet, we should pay attention to sunscreen. Besides wearing long clothes and trousers, sun hat, sunglasses, masks or masks, we should also add sunscreen with high sunscreen index to our skin. Still have to drink more water, water loss is more serious in plateau activities.

13. Is it suitable to travel to Tibet in winter? Will it be very cold?

Tibet is very beautiful in winter. The mountains on the plateau are covered with a thick layer of snow. In the warm winter sunshine, it is very charming. In terms of temperature, in winter, Tibet is about - 10 degrees below zero to - 10 degrees above zero, which is warmer than most cities in the north. In addition, it is sunny and very warm in the daytime. In most parts of Tibet, it's enough to wear thick down clothes. Except in Ali and Naqu, the temperature is basically below - 10 ℃.

Although it is relatively cold at this time, there are fewer tourists coming to Tibet and all kinds of expenses are relatively low. In addition to a small number of scenic spots will be blocked by snow, most scenic spots can be visited.

14. What's the fun of going to Tibet in winter (off-season)?

Although it is cold to visit Tibet in winter, compared with peak season, there are fewer people to stay, eat and visit scenic spots, and there are many preferential prices, so the tourism expenditure is much less. In winter, people are most interested in hanging out in the city. Bask in the sun at the gate of Potala Palace Square and Jokhang Temple, and turn around in bakuo street.

If the weather is good and there is no mountain closure, you can go to Namucuo, while Mount Everest and even Ali can go almost all the year round. At this time, the price will be much cheaper. You can also go to hot springs, Yangbajing hot springs and Dezhong hot springs. It's also a great enjoyment of life to watch snowflakes fall in the hot springs.

15. Can I go to Everest and Namco in winter?

When the weather is good in winter, Everest can go as long as there is no mountain or road closure. But we can't stay overnight. One is that it's too cold on the top, and the hotels and restaurants nearby will be closed during this time. In case of mountain and road closure, you can consider to visit more warm scenic spots such as Linzhi, Shannan and Shigatse. It can be said that Namuco, Everest can go all year round.

16. How about the mobile signal in Tibet?

In most parts of Tibet, mobile signals are basically covered now, not to worry about in urban areas, and the signals of mobile and Telecom are better when integrating all kinds of information. If it is a remote place, there may be no signal in some places. If you want to go, you should be ready.

17. Which bank in Tibet is more convenient to withdraw money and which bank card is better?

In the whole Tibetan area, Agricultural Bank of China and postal savings are the most convenient. In Lhasa, in addition to these two, there are more bank of China and China Construction Bank. There are more outlets in these banks and industrial and Commercial Bank of China, but there are only four points at present.

18. How many days does it take to hike along the Sichuan Tibet line?

Now more and more people like to take a hike to Tibet and take the Sichuan Tibet line, which is divided into the south line and the north line. The natural scenery along the south line is better than the north line, so most of them choose the south line. In terms of time, if it's relatively smooth and there's no delay, you can usually arrive at Lhasa in a week and a half. It is recommended to go ahead in groups.

19. How many days does it take to ride to Tibet from Chengdu

The time spent in Tibet by cycling should be determined according to personal itinerary, physical strength and road conditions. The time spent varies with different situations. In general, a month is the average.

20. How about the accommodation along the Sichuan Tibet line?

Along the Sichuan Tibet line, there are small counties, towns and villages, so the basic accommodation can be satisfied. There are star rated hotels with good conditions, generally hostels, hotels and family inns. If you are lucky, you can borrow them to live in Tibetan homes. Self driving or riding on the Sichuan Tibet line, there is no need to worry about accommodation.

21. Is the Sichuan Tibet line dangerous?

There's a person on the Sichuan Tibet line