To visit Tibet, you should first have a valid passport, a Chinese Tourist Visa (L’ Visa), and a Tibet Travel Permit.
You will need to obtain the Chinese Tourist Visa from the Chinese Embassy in your own country three months prior to your departure to Tibet.
When you book the tour from us, we will obtain the Tibet Travel Permit for you from the local government, and the Tibetan Tourism Bureau. We will need a scanned copy of your passport information page, and your Tourist Visa, so that we can apply for the Tibet permit.
If you plan to come to Tibet from Nepal/Kathmandu, you don’t need to apply for individual China visa L’ from Chinese Embassy in your hometown. We will apply for Tibet travel permit from local government, Tibet tourism bureau and military permit at the same time we will obtain the Tibet group visa invitation letter here and send it to your Nepalese agent after Tibet tour confirmed with us. The agent will meet you at your arrival in Kathmandu and collect your passport to apply for the Group Visa which is compulsory for travelers entering Tibet from Nepal, you will need to pay the group visa fee and the agent’s service fee to the agent separately, this fee is not included in our tour cost. Your schedule in Kathmandu should be like below:
Day 1: Arrival in KTM
Day 2: group visa apply (must be embassy working days)
Day 3 : group visa collection(must be embassy working days)
Day 4: obtain visa by 11:00 (must be embassy working days)
Day 5: fly to Lhasa.
If any of information is not clear, or you have more questions, then feel free to write to us anytime using the following email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
+86 13518982450 Dolma
+86 13889095298 Namgyal
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Lhasa Bakhor, Lhasa
Shasaur Jamyang Dong LU Beining Rd.