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Tibet is Opened for Tourist from April 2023

Tibet is Opened for Tourist from April 2023

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Good News about Tibet Tour | Tibet is opening from April 2023 !! 

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Dream Tibet Travel & Tours (P) Ltd is very much happy to share you a good news about Re-opening Tibet tour from April 2023. Please let us know if you are planning a trip to the highest plateau of the World “TIBET”.  Tibet tour and borders between Nepal and Tibet, China was closed since the covid-19 effect.

Is Tibet Open for Tourism for 2023?

Tibet is opening from April 2023 for all foreigners tourist from Nepal. We were eagerly waiting to get news about Tibet tour and their border between Nepal and China. Now, you can make your travel plan for Nepal-Tibet-Bhutan tour in your single visit.  You plan for Tibet tour with Dalai Lama’s Palace “POTALA PALACE”, Kathmandu heritage tour, Everest Base Camp Trekking, Hiking in Nepal, Tibet Overland tour with Everest Base camp from North face, Holy Mountain Kailash & Lake Manasarover tour, Bhutan tour with popular Tiger’s Nest monastery hiking.  Please email us at info@dreamtibet.com or call / WhatsApp us at +977 9851162422 for more information regarding the Tibet travel permit, Tibet Visa process, Tibet tours packages and trekking in Tibet.

What is the procedure to Visit Tibet in 2023?

As per the latest official announcement, China has been opened for tourists from 08th January 2023 with 48 hours PCR test, we suggest you have your travel insurance including Covid insurance and Vaccinated certificate.

How to get Tibet Travel permit to Tibet in 2023?

It is bit long process to get Tibet travel permit for your journey to Tibet. We need at least 6 months valid passport copy with Vaccinated card, Travel insurance. We apply for permit from Tibet Tourist Burea in Lhasa, then we will get scanned copy of travel permit by email, then we can apply your visa in Chinese Embassy in Kathmandu.

What document do we need to Travel to Tibet in 2023?

As per the new Tibet travel protocol, we need your passport copy, Travel insurance including covid insurance, Vaccination card and a photograph to process Tibet Travel permit.

How many days is advance we should book Tibet tour?

For your dream Trip to Tibet, we need your passport photocopy at least 15 days in advance for the documentation such as Tibet Travel permit and Tibet Visa process.  We required your original passport four days in advance once the Tibet travel permit has been issued.

What is popular Tibet tour packages in Tibet for 2023?

Tibet Overland Tour – 08 Days ( Private/Group tour)
Tibet Overland tour with Everest Base camp – 08 Days
Tibet Lhasa tour – 04 Days
Mt. Kailash & Lake Manasarover tour – 10 Days

Tibet is Opening for Foreign Travellers via Nepal from April 2023 - [Recent News]

Tibet, the stunning region nestled in the heart of the Himalayas, is set to reopen its doors to foreign tourists from April 2023, marking a significant step towards normalcy after a long period of travel restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to recent reports, Tibet will be accessible for foreign travellers via Nepal, with entry through the Zhangmu land port located at the border between Nepal and Tibet. This move is expected to provide a much-needed boost to the tourism industry in Tibet, which has been severely impacted by the pandemic and related travel restrictions.

The reopening of Tibet for foreign tourists comes after a year-long closure due to the pandemic, during which only a limited number of domestic tourists were allowed to enter. However, with the situation now under control and vaccinations on the rise, the authorities have decided to allow foreign visitors to return to Tibet once again.

Tibet is known for its breathtaking natural beauty, unique culture, and ancient history, and is a popular destination for travellers from around the world. Visitors can explore the magnificent Potala Palace, stroll through the vibrant markets of Lhasa, and take in the stunning views of Mount Everest and other Himalayan peaks.

It is important to note that all foreign travellers must obtain the necessary permits from the Tibetan Tourism Bureau and follow the COVID-19 protocols and guidelines during their stay in Tibet. Additionally, visitors must also comply with the immigration and quarantine regulations set forth by both Nepal and Tibet.

Overall, the reopening of Tibet for foreign tourists is a welcome development and is expected to provide a much-needed boost to the local economy and the tourism industry. So if you've been dreaming of visiting Tibet, start planning your trip now! Contact Dream Tibet Travel and Tours Pvt Ltd.