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Entry Procedure in Tibet

How to apply for it?
We will assist you in applying for it after you entering Tibet. Our guide will ask you for your passport and the Tibet Entry Permit and submit it to the Foreign Affairs Section of PSB.

Which parts of Tibet are listed as the closed areas?
At the present, you have to apply for a Travel Permit if you are planning to visit the following places:

Tsetang: Samye Monastery, Tomb of Tibetan King, Changdruk Temple, Yumbulakhang
Shigatse: Sakya Monastery, The Mt. Everest, Rongbuk Monastery
Gyangtse: Pelkor Chode Monastery & Kubum Stupa
Nqari Region
Basumtso lake in Nyingchi Region
Chamdo Region
Lhasa and Nagqu regions are open to foreign travelers and no need for Travel Permit.

Entry Procedure:
By Road
. Kodari Border near Zangmu from Kathmandu
• Through Golmud road to Amdo
• Purang from Simikot
By Air
. Kathmandu to Lhasa
. Hongkong-Chengdu-Lhasa

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  • Best Time Of My Life - Kiran kaka and ravi keovergee South Africa

    I really enjoyed my first trek expedition on the Everest base camp and kalapatthar the guide Dipendra Dhakal and Sherpa’s were very professional and excellent. Everyone in our party enjoyed the trek and your company, my experience of the mountain was very challenging and lots of fun. I would love to come and book again I want to thanks everyone and beyond the limits for a really exacting trek
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  • Best Trekking Agency - Saroj lou and lee mfarlane American

    Thanks to Beyond the Limits Trek for a wonderful experience trekking to Everest base camp. We had an amazing time and benefitted from a fantastic guide – Rajendra
    Although physically challenging, it was rewording experience and we will remember always
    Many thanks to Raj, beyond the limits, Saroj and the team for their effort organization and great hospitality