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1. Are independent travelers allowed in Tibet? “ Independent travel has been prohibited in Tibet since 2008, so all the travellers should come part of an organized tour group or a private tour from a local Tibet based agency, because all foreign travellers should have the permit to travel into Tibet, so only the local...
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A trip to Tibet can be a transcendent experience. The Dalai Lama’s homeland is known as the “roof of the world” — a high, windswept place with roaring rivers, snowcapped peaks, and pastoral villages. But a Tibet visit can also mean a nasty case of altitude sickness for people who are used to the atmospheric pressure...
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With an average altitude of 4,500 meters, Tibet is always mistakenly considered unbearably cold and off the list of winter destinations. However, travelers who have actually been there believe it to be the best winter destination in Asia. First, Tibet is not as cold as many people imagine. In the daytime, it is actually quite...
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Physical condition: Ensuring your body can bear the unpredictable weather especially the Altitude Sickness (AS) caused by high elevation in Tibet and we suggest you have a physical examination before you decide to travel Tibet. The symbols of the AS often show as: headache, breathlessness, fever, a loss of appetite, unrest, stomach disorder and such...
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Hotel confirmation Make sure you have all y0our paperwork in order before you leave. It is good idea to print of all hotel confirmations in Chinese and English. This will be useful if you don’t speak Chinese or Tibetan and especially when you need to take any taxis.   Important Travel Documents Have you packed...
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  Lhasa is China’s only capital city which has not accessed expressways by now. The total length of the Qinghai Tibet Expressway is 1,900 kilometers from Xining, capital of Qinghai Province to Lhasa, capital of the Tibet Autonomous Region. Since 700-kilometer-long section of the road has been finished, the remaining 1,100 kilometers from Golmud of...
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Other than pine multiple tunnels and Barla Mountain Tunnel, the national road 318 lines of Lhasa to Linzhi high grade Highway was start operation from 1st, October. Travel duration Lhasa to Nyingchi was reduce from 10 hours to 4.5 hours. Greatly improved the traffic conditions of this golden tourist route between Ningchi and Lhasa. Nyingchi...
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Nepal Tibet railway going to join the border areas with Nepal within the next five years. The railway will stretch out for another 540 kilometers from Xigaze to Kyirong county which sits on the border of Tibet and Nepal. The main aim of this project is to promote trade, also supplement for road and air...
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The length of the existing Qinghai-Tibet railway is 1956 KM. Even the shortest train ride from Xining takes 24 hours to reach Lhasa. Although Lhasa has connected by trains many big cities, like Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Guangzhou, Chongqing and etc. They all take more than 40 hours. This pace cannot meet the high-speed development of...
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Starting from Xining, capital of Qinghai province, the Qinghai Tibet Highway stretches 1,947 km (about 1,210 miles) into Tibet with an average elevation of above 4,000 meters. Winding along the Kunlun Mountain, Tanggula Mountain, Tuotuo River, and vast grassland, the Qinghai Tibet Highway amazes travelers with its appealing landscape along the plateau. Being the world’s...
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The Sichuan Tibet Highway, originally called the Kangding Tibet Highway (a section of the No. 318 National Trunk Highway) takes you through vast, open landscapes with majestic peaks vaulting skyward. The plateau areas are dotted with castellated Tibetan homes and an infinite number of contentedly munching yaks. Travelers can enjoy the magnificent and changeable scenery...
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Lhasa, the capital of the Tibet, and Potala palace is the sanctuary and also the politician center of the Tibetan, everyday in the morning the Tibetan come to front of the Potala palace and pray. Now it is the period of the Olympics games, Lhasa had a rebellion in the April of this year, there...
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6 Steps to how Book a Tibet Tours with us. Step 1. Send us an inquiry Step 2. Get proposal itinerary and quotation Step 3. Free Discuss and Change until it meet your need Step 4. Sign Tour contract and Payment deposit, Modify your tour contract for free. Step 5. Get Tour Confirmation Step 6....
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