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I am planning on visiting Tibet in April of 2017 and would hope to do some climbing in the Lhagoi Kangri East area, particularly Naji Kangsha, Unnamed Peak, Mt Qunyang and Kaluxung. I read somewhere that I would require CMTA climbing permit as well as requiring a permit and a guide. However, I am unable to find any information about guides from Lhasa. Is this something Explore Tibet can help me with? Hello,
I am looking to plan a Tibet tour for the last week of September into October, so I will just layout my dream itinerary and hopefully you guys will have something that would work!
September 24: Arrive in Beijing
September 25-26: sightseeing in Beijing
September 27 : Beijing to Xining train
September 28: Arrive in Xining
September 29: Xining to Lhasa train
September 30: Arrive in Lhasa
October 1-5 Sightseeing in Tibet, hopefully including EBC visit
October 6: arrive at Nepal border to continue my trip
I would like to know if you guys have anything similar going on in that time frame. My only restriction is that I have to arrive in Beijing on September 24, but after that I am really flexible. If I need to head straight to Tibet after arriving in Beijing I would be perfectly happy to skip some of the Beijing sightseeing. Oh and I will be a solo traveller. Please let me know! Thanks!
Jackson Higgins Good morning,
Myself and my husband are planning to visit China next year and we would like to include a trip to Tibet as well.
We are both Brazilian journalists, but we will go on holidays. It won't be a work trip.
That is why we are in doubt. Can I get Tibet Permit as tourist or I need to apply as journalist?
Juliana Yonezawa Hi, I am interested in taking your 8-day EBC tour near the end of May 2017. I am wondering if you could tell me when your scheduled tours will be around this time so I can begin to plan, as I don't see them on your site right now.
Thank you! Hello,
I would like to visit Tibet next year and stay in one of the inexpensive hostels I have found on the internet. The difficulty is in finding a tour agency to book the hostel through. I am told I must go through a tour agency to obtain a Tibetan visa. Can I go through you to book the hostel and obtain a visa? Any help or suggestions would be appreciated.
I will be travelling to Nepal on 7 of September till 7 of October. I'm planning from there, to visit also Tibet and Bhutan. I have some questions about my Tibet trip and maybe you can help me.
First of all, I guess for what I read, but I need a visa Tibet group and I can not get an individual visa to entry in Tibet from Nepal.
Second, I wanted to cross the border by land, but i think that now is closed, and I don't know if you have some information about when It will be reopened.
Third, is about the flights from Kathmandu to Lhasa (if the land border is closed), when I should buy the flight tickets, before getting the Tibet visa or after?
Fourth is about your tour options in Tibet. My planning is to spend there between 7 and 10 days there, and what I would like sure to visit es Everest Base Camp, and if its possible in 10 days, Mount Kailash. I would like to know possibilities about itineraries, prices and if its possible to customise the tour, and the transport.
Thank you for all the