Tibet Travel News

2017 Tibet Permit and Tibet visa updates

August 15th, 2017  |  by  |  published in Tibet Travel News

2017 Tibet Travel Permits and Tibet Visa updates Dear travelers and business partners, According to announcement from Tibet Tourism Bureau today, Tibet Travel Permits will be suspended during Shoton Festival(Yogurt Festival) from August 21st – August 28th. Which means all the offices will be taken off and no Tibet permits will be proceeded during this […]

Looking for Travel Companions

January 29th, 2015  |  by  |  published in Tibet Travel News

Looking for Travel Companions

Are you looking to join a group trip to Tibet? Do you already have a group, but are looking for another member to join? Traveling to Tibet with like-minded others helps lower costs and creates more fun for all! Here’s a list of travelers who have contacted us looking for travel companions: “Lhasa area” = […]

Tourists stuck at the Mt.Everest North Face Base Camp

October 14th, 2013  |  by  |  published in Tibet Travel News

Tourists stuck at the Mt.Everest North Face Base Camp

Tourists stuck in the Mt.Everest North Face Base Camp today-Oct 14th,2013. According to local authorities, over 80 tourists, among 19 are foreigner has been stuck at the Everest Base Camp after a heavy snow fall in southwest of Shigatse today, the second largest city in Tibet. Local authorities are trying to open up a road […]

Packing List for Tibet

June 28th, 2010  |  by  |  published in Tibet Travel News

Packing List for Tibet

When packing for Tibet, there are two main ideas to keep in mind. One, pack light. Two, layer your clothes. Tibet sits atop a plateau, and when the sun is shining during the day, it heats up. After sun set, it cools after very fast, especially at altitude. See the table below the packing list […]

Responsible Tourism in Tibet

April 25th, 2010  |  by  |  published in Tibet Travel News

Responsible Tourism in Tibet

Do you care about the places and people you visit? Discovering ways of connecting with locals and making a difference will greatly improve the quality of your trip. Here are some helpful guidelines for ecotourists and responsible travelers to Tibet.

Tibet is open!

March 29th, 2010  |  by  |  published in Tibet Travel News

The Tibetan Autonomous Region is now open to foreign travelers. However, all visitors to the region require a Tibet Travel Permit, which can only be arranged through a travel agency. Those wishing to obtain a Tibet Travel Permit to visit Lhasa and other locations in the Tibet Autonomous Region must book a tour through a travel agency.

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