From December to March, it is a great time to shoot pilgrims and black-necked cranes. After the autumn harvest, the pilgrims in other Tibetan areas embark on their pilgrimage journey to Lhasa. Every winter, there are even more pilgrims than tourists during the summer tourist season. At the same time, the only crane that can live on the plateau out of the 14 species of cranes in the world will gather in the upper reaches of the Yarlung Zangbo River. And there are also a large number of bar-headed geese and wild ducks. Join our Tibet Winter Tour now!
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