2018 Latest Tibet Travel Permit and Travel information
Following are the Latest Tibet travel update. These updates are subject to change at any time. So please contact your travel agency for detail information. When you contact them please write them your detail itinerary from home to Tibet and Back. In this way, your Tibet travel agency can guide you smoothly through the process and procedures.
Our Associate in Nepal has updated us that, Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu is not going to issue any group visa from 18th September to 28th October 2017.
Also, there is a closure for visitors traveling to Tibet in the month of October for ten days.
If your tour plans are coinciding with these latest developments please contact your agencies to make changes accordingly
Tibet travel Permit situation remains same. It’s being issued to all the international visitors.
- The Road from Nyintri to Lhasa is closed until November for the completion of Nyintri- Lhasa express road. So if you are planning to go to Lhasa to Nyintri, you will have to take the southern route via Tsedang, this route is 606 Kms, instead of 410 Kms directly from Nyintri to Lhasa.
- Yumbulhakang’s (the oldest fort in Tibet) in Tsedang, The management committee for Fort has recently announced the fort will be closed for next four month for timely maintenance.
According to the latest update from Tibet Tourism Bureau. Tibet Tourism Bureau has stopped issuing group visa invitation letter for less the 3 member group. If you are coming from Nepal then the group size must be 3 or more. If you are individual or two member group coming from other cities of China, get the visa without visa invitation. Contact us @ email@example.com for more.
The Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu, Nepal has announced new restriction for the Chinese Group Visa. According to this restriction, these 26 nationalities should obtain the Chinese visa or Tibet Group Visa from the Chinese Embassy in their home country:
Those 26 countries are;
1) Pakistan 2) Bangladesh 3) Sri Lanka 4) Afghanistan 5) Azerbaijan 6) Lebanon 7) Syria 8) Iraq 9) Iran 10) Kazakhstan 11) Kyrgyzstan 12) Tajikistan 13) Turkey 14) Uzbekistan 15) Albania 16) Democratic Republic of Congo 17) Ghana 18) Cameroon 19) Kenya 20) Libya 21) Mali 22) South Sudan 23) Nigeria 24) Somalia 25) Tunisia 26) Chad.
The Tibet tourism bureau is accepting Tibet travel permit application after a month closure (Feb 25th toMarch 30th, 2017)
The visitor can start visiting Tibet starting 1st April 2017. the fast track permit application would take at least 10 days.
Depending on the place of the visit, Travel permit may take 7-29 Days to process.