It’s a common mistake to think that preparing for a Tibet trip is complicated and difficult. For sure, traveling to Tibet is different than going to anywhere else on earth, but it’s surprisingly easy to do, once you know a few key facts.
The easiest way to learn the critical elements you need for a simple and safe trip to Tibet is to sign up here for our free Tibet Trip Planning Guide, which is a step-by-step planning guide. You can also explore our Tibet travel pages for a wealth of tips and tools that will help make your trip a million times easier.
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Most people who want to travel to Tibet don’t know how to get there or who to trust for help.
We have been back multiple times now, and helped many other travelers like you to cut through the confusion and have a safe, fantastic journey to Tibet too.
We have a plan that makes Tibet travel simpler and safer so you can feel peace of mind about your trip. In our free Tibet Travel Planner you will learn how to:
- Get visas and permits
- Prevent altitude sickness
- Choose a Tibet travel agent
- Decide where to go in Tibet
- Choose when to go
- Prep and pack
- Plan for trip costs and budgets
- Prepare for a healthy trip
- Reserve international flights
- Book domestic flights and trains
- Book hotels in China and Tibet
- Apply for a Chinese visa
- Consider travel insurance
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- Get your visa and Tibet permits
- Avoid altitude sickness
- Choose a reliable, Tibetan-owned agent
- And much more…so you can feel peace of mind about your trip, and have a great, safe journey!
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