Some people say that the sichuan-tibet line is like a “road to death”, while others say that many places along the sichuan-tibet line are paved with smooth roads. Small make up can be very responsible to tell you that today’s sichuan-tibet line compared with the road in the last century has indeed earth-shaking changes, but there are still some places we need to pay special attention to. The following car rental/accommodation and other aspects for you to interpret the sichuan Tibetan road road strategy.

Car rental strategy

First of all to make clear the sichuan Tibet line car rental strategy first to distinguish between peak and low season tourism, sichuan Tibet line in the low season generally in March – may, peak season in June – November, sichuan Tibet line peak season when the total car rental prices do not have small make up details are known to be a little higher than usual. The rest of the month is the time when the weather is very bad on the sichuan-tibet line. It is not recommended to visit sichuan-tibet during this period.

Then the model is also one of the factors affecting the price, the club car rental self-driving tour sichuan Tibetan line is very suitable for mountain road suvs, Beijing auto luba, mitsubishi pajiro, changfeng jaguar, Toyota prado, tianjiang road sichuan Tibetan line self-driving club has a variety of suvs models, prices vary.

Finally, the price of car rental is also related to the number of people, rental period, if and friends travel together, you can choose to rent a car or charter affordable, in chengdu to find the car bag, drive this car in the past, so the average daily price is not so high.

Eat to live strategy

Tibetan main raw materials include zanba, butter, beef and mutton, barley wine, tea and different varieties of dairy products.

1. Zanba

Zanba is the Tibetan staple food, its raw material is barley or pea Fried into flour. Zanba is nutritious, tasty and hunger – resistant, portable and easy to preserve. Generally divided into “is Zan” (highland barley zanba), “the fine powder” (peeling fry pea into), “scatter” (peas zanba), “white powder” (highland barley and peas mixed into) four.

2. Tea

Butter tea is made from milk. Pour the milk into a mixing bucket or special pottery, and stir it up and down or left and right for hundreds of times to separate the oil from the water. They are then wrapped in leather pockets, either for home use or for sale. As soon as ghee is extracted and stewed together with brick tea, it becomes dense enough to make ghee tea.