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Tibet Travel Permit

According to the regulations of China National Tourism Administration (Now: Ministry of Culture and Tourism of China), International tourists (non-Chinese passport holders), overseas Chinese who have no China’s ID Card or Chinese passport) and Taiwan citizens (who have no China’s ID Card) are required to get a Tibet Travel Permit to travel to Tibet and only authorized Tibet local tour operator can apply for it.

As a Tibet local tour operator, our permit application team has helped thousands of foreigners each year to apply for their Tibet Travel Permit successfully. You just need to book your Tibet tour with us and offer the scanned copies of your passport and visa, we will take care of the whole complicated permit application procedures.

We also offer the latest and most complete Tibet permits application tips and articles here. If you have any question, please feel free to contact us, and our Tibet travel expert will get back to you.

Tips about Tibet Travel Permit:

Tips about Tibet Travel Permit:

1. Know the latest Tibet Travel Permit application policy here;

2. Apply for China Visa from Chinese Embassy in your country in advance;

3. Plan a trip to Tibet at least 20 days before the date you board a flight or train to Lhasa;

4. Confirm your Tibet tour with us at least 15 days in advance;

5. Tibet Entry Permit application usually needs 7-10 working days, and delivery needs 3-5 days;

6. Keep in touch with us about your permit application to Tibet;

7. Do Not change any plan when applying for Tibet Permits, such as entering Tibet city, transportation modes;

8. Traveling to Tibet should strictly follow your Tibet Travel Permit.

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