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Tibet FAQs

Tibet is known as “The roof the world”. The whole Tibet is full of spectacular skylines of majestic mountain peaks, breathtaking canyons, scattered highland lake, rolling pasture and farmland and pristine forest.

Tibet has many names and inspires an air of mystical dreams. Tibet is a real and beautiful place to travel. Through Tibet, the very fantastic view of Mt. Everest, Mt. Kailash etc can be seen. Travel in Tibet comes with some ludicrous permit requirements.

The facilities provided to tourist are still at basic and limited scales so visitors are requested not to have high expectations in terms of facilities in Tibet.  Most of geological structure of Tibet is known as the Tibetan Plateau, which includes the Himalaya and many other highest mountain peaks in the world. Tibet is only that types of place which is likely to change the way you see the world and will remain for the years.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How to get into Tibet?

There is only a international flight which from Kathmandu (Nepal). If you want to go there by overland it’s also possible from Kathmandu (Nepal). However, domestic flights are available from most cities of China like Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Kunming, Chongqing, and Guangzhou. You are also able to travel by overland from these places.

Q. When is the best time to go Tibet?

The best time to visit Tibet is early May to late October but August and September are golden time. Except mentioned time weather is cold and changeable so travel is not impossible.

Q. Can I get the Tibet Travel Permit easily

You can get the Tibet Travel Permit easily through a travel agency except diplomats, journalists, and government officials who should travel to Tibet under the arrangement by the Foreign Affairs Office of Tibet Government.

Q. Is individual travel possible in Tibet?

Yes it is possible travel to Tibet alone, but restrictions are imposed on travel to many areas.

Q. What happens if I get sick?

We advise you to keep basic medicines with you. Our guide will also take basic medicines. If you have altitude sicknesses during the travel please inform your guide in time so that a timely precaution can be taken. In case of serious condition you will have been drive to Lhasa or Kathmandu which be near.

Q. Is it easy to get the cash from ATMs in Tibet?

Yes, but only the Bank of China in Lhasa has this function. However, the ATM there doesn't always work properly. So we suggest you to bring some cash with you.

Q. What Should I Pack for Tibet?

While travelling in Tibet Sunglass, Sunhat, Good walking shoes, sleepers, warm enough clothes, easy light pack are recommended.

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