The weather in Tibet is great in June. It feels comfortable in the areas of low altitudes such as Lhasa, Nyingchi, Shannan. The temperature during the day is around 20℃. In the evening, it feels cool and the temperature is around 10 ℃. It rarely rains in June and it is mostly sunny. It is a good season for travel, you can indulge in the scenery of nature as much as you like.
The average temperature in June in different areas:
Lhasa area: 10 °C — 23 °C.
Ali area: -1℃ — 20 ° C.
Nyingchi area: 10°C — 21°C
Nagqu area: 1 °C — 15 °C.
Shigatse area: 6 °C — 26 °C
Shannan area: 7°C — 28°C.
If you are going to areas such as Lhasa and Nyingchi during the day, you can wear a long-sleeved T-shirt with a jacket with a thin pair of sporty pants and a pair of summer sporty shoes. When going to the areas of a high altitude such as Ali and Nagqu, you can wear the same during the day but warm pants and down jackets may be needed, since the temperature drops greatly at night. You’ll feel more comfortable by wearing clothes made of cotton, and outdoor shoes. Anti-UV protection is also needed as well.
Lhasa: There are Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple, Norbulingka, The Sera Monaster, Drepung Monastery, Bajiao Street, Tibetan style interpretation hall, Tibetan bars, Tibetan restaurants, etc. in Lhasa. You can pray in front of the Potala Palace Square and feel the power of faith in front of the Jokhang Temple. Touching the warm warps with your finger tip, listening to the customers in the sweet tea house, lying lazily in an arm chair in the sunshine, taking a stroll leisurely along the Lhasa River, etc. In Lhasa, you can do far more than these.
Overlooking Lhasa City from the Salad Temple will give you a different angle. An overlook from the Lalu wetland of the Potala Palace allows you to appreciate its magnificence even more. You can join in dancing with the Tibetans under the palace, and the roadside stalls of yogurt and potato chips make you feel like staying at a 3,700-meter "McDonald's". You can pick some gifts for family and friends from the holy city on Barkhor street. Or, you don’t have to do anything but just stand on the turn of the Barkhor Street and let the pilgrims and tourists pass by, which presents a most authentic Lhasa. Lhasa is a mysterious existence, which is described as a place "is being rendered and will continue to be rendered; has been interpreted but has not been completely interpreted yet." Whether it is the Potala Palace, the Jokhang Temple, or the Barkhor Street, Norbulingka, there is always a place that can directly grab you deep down your heart and become the home of your soul.
There are the Yarlung Zangbo River, the Samye Temple, the Changzhu Temple, the Debra Kang, the Tomb of the Tibetan King, the Lake Chigusto and the Tsonag grassland in the south Tibet. The YamdrokTso Lake, Karuola Glacier, Zongshan Castle, Baiju Temple, Pala Manor, Tashilhunpo Monastery, Mount Everest, Geelong Valley, Mysterious Ali, Pulan, Ruins of Gurge Kingdom , Lake Manasarovar, Gang Rinpoche, Lake ZhaNanmutso are in the west Tibet. There are Yangbajain, Namtso, Mount Nianqing TangguLa, Qiangtang Grassland, Twin Lakes, Tsonag Lake, Mount Tang Gula, etc. in the north Tibet.
These are all accessible attractions for your reference. It is recommended to make your plans for the attractions according to your time and budget. You also need to take your physical condition into consideration since many of these areas are of a high altitude.
1. Cash. Because the Lhasa's banking facilities are not complete, you cannot pay by swiping your cards in many stores, so cash works more conveniently there.
2. Many tourists may have an altitude-sickness at first, so it is recommended to take Rhodiola medicines at least a couple of weeks ahead to prevent it. Bringing some medicines for cold and stomachache as well as some first-aid supplies is advisable. Thermos are recommended too.
3. Due to the strong ultraviolet rays in Lhasa in June. It is recommended not to wear short-sleeved tops and shorts in Lhasa in June. Visitors who are afraid of heat can wear a thin, long-sleeved sports T-shirt or outfit. A warm jacket is need, because Lhasa has a large temperature difference between day and night. As for shoes, it is best to wear mesh sneakers or hiking ones. Please also bring a pair of comfortable slippers for a change when you stay indoors. Girls can also bring an anti-UV umbrella.
1. When entering a tent or a room of a Tibetan citizen, you cannot step on the threshold with your foot.
2. When you enter the temple, please take off your hat and do not take pictures.
3. Please do not touch the Buddha statue without permission.
4. Do not use your finger to point at the Buddha image.
5. Smoking is forbidden in the temple.
6. There are some religious temples that do not allow women to enter, so please pay attention to the signs around.
The average temperature in Lhasa in June is between 10 ° C and 23 ° C. Since it is of a high altitude, anti-UV protection and staying warm are both important. Sunglasses, sun hats, umbrellas, long-sleeved tops, and comfortable travel shoes are all essential for Lhasa tour in June.