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Tibet Mt Everest Base Camp Is Closed for Tourist Due to Heavy Snowfall

Tibet Mt Everest Base Camp Is Closed for Tourist Due to Heavy Snowfall

The road from Shegar to Choezom village is the main road to Mt Everest Base Camp in Tibet and it crosses over the Gyawu la pass (5200m). According to the Tingri county Traffic Police and Mt Everest Natural Reserve Administration, the region had a heavy snowfall on Feb 8th around 15:00 and part of the...
Good News for the Tibet Travelers

Good News for the Tibet Travelers

We are delighted to inform you that according to the China Daily, the Tibet autonomous region plans to cut the time for issuing travel permits to overseas tourists by half in 2019, the chairman of the region said. The region will improve the service for, and management of, overseas tourists as part of the measures...
Latest Notice Of Tibet Mt Everest Base Camp Restrictions

Latest Notice Of Tibet Mt Everest Base Camp Restrictions

According to the <<Nature Reserve Regulation the People’s Republic ofChina>>, on Dec 5th, the Tingri County Everest Nature ReserveManagement Department announced closure that the Everest Base Camp core protective areas beyond the Rongbuk monastery would be closed for any individual or organizations, the closure was missioned to protect the Mt Everest base camp ecological environment. Is this really affect...
Traveling from Nepal to Tibet by Train

Traveling from Nepal to Tibet by Train

As fantastic and convenient as it would be to be able to travel directly from Kathmandu to Lhasa by train, as yet, there is no railway that links these two neighboring capitals. However, there soon will be. After the successful implementation of the Qinghai Tibet Railway, and the extension line from Lhasa to Shigatse, there...
How to Travel to Tibet from Mainland China

How to Travel to Tibet from Mainland China

Planning your trip to Tibet does not just mean contacting a Tibet tour operator, but also planning how you are going to get there. There are many routes that lead to Lhasa on the high Tibetan Plateau. The most of them start in mainland China, with both flights and train journeys to the roof of...
How to get the Tibet travel permit | Tibet travel

How to get the Tibet travel permit | Tibet travel

How to get the Tibet Travel Permit? Tibet is often known as the “Roof of the World”, and is a popular place for travelers to visit to learn more about the unique Tibetan culture, immerse themselves in the divine Tibetan Buddhism, or just go sightseeing around the countless lakes, mountains and monasteries that can be...
Stunning photos that will make you want to travel to Tibet

Stunning photos that will make you want to travel to Tibet

Tibet is a land of mystery and mysticism, lying on the roof of the world on the high-altitude Tibetan plateau. Filled with mysterious legends, stunning alpine views, and more monasteries than you could believe possible, the desire to travel to Tibet can be found in many international travelers. One of the most popular places to...
Explore Tibet Group Tours, the best way to tour Tibet

Explore Tibet Group Tours, the best way to tour Tibet

For anyone planning to visit Tibet, a Tibet group tour is often the best way to see the major highlights of the Tibetan plateau. Here at Explore Tibet, we specialize in providing the best group tours for our clients and have a wide range of itineraries that include such spectacular places as Everest Base Camp,...
Top sights of Lhokha Prefecture, Tibet

Top sights of Lhokha Prefecture, Tibet

To the south of Lhasa, in what is known as the “breadbasket of Tibet”, lies Lhokha Prefecture, Tibet known in Chinese as Shannan. Stretching along the middle and lower region of the Yarlung Zangbo River, and to the south of the Nyenchen Tanglha Mountains, Lhokha is believed to be the birthplace of the Tibetan people....
Tibet Group Tour or Private Tour? Which is best for you?

Tibet Group Tour or Private Tour? Which is best for you?

Since it was first opened to the international tourist in the 1980s, Tibet has been a must-see region of China that has attracted all kinds of travelers, from those that want to understand more about the Tibetan people and culture to the tourists that want to go and visit the world’s highest mountain. For several...
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