Tibet Travel Tips

Hey, guys, as a travel consultant at http://www.absolutechiantours.com/. I am quite willing to share my knowledge of Tibet traveling for those who are inclined to explore the “mysterious”Tibet and also for those who wanna know the realTibet in terms of traveling. Hope it will be helpful.



1.       Tibet Travel Permit and Visa:

As for those who are preparing for theirTibettravel, it is of supreme importance not to neglect the Tibet travel permit and visa for it is the most important warrant to get access to Tibet. Foreigners who want to travel toTibetneed to apply for two documents before they set off. One is Chinese Visa, which can be applied for in Chinese Embassy in one’s own country. The other one is Alien’s Travel Permit that authorized by Tibet Tourism Bureau.

Once you book Tibet tour with us, we will get the Tibet travel permit for you. But you need to provide your names, passport numbers, etc. The information is needed when we apply for the permit.
1. Your names as shown on your passports (to book hotel rooms)
2. The passport numbers (to book flights)
3. Your gender (needed when applying for Tibet Travel Permit)
4. Your occupation (needed when applying for Tibet Travel Permit)
5. Copies of your passports and Chinese visas (needed when applying for Tibet Travel Permit)
You can scan your passports and Chinese visas and email the scanned copies to me or you can fax the copies to 0086-571 8527 9099. Then we will obtain Tibet Travel Permit for you two. The cost is included in the all our Tibet tours.



2.       High Altitude Sickness

Since Tibet is in the high altitude area of  China where the oxygen content in air is under 70 percent and makes people hard to breath, it is very important for you to be pre-prepared and well informed before entering intoTibetarea. Generally speaking, travelers will feel dizzy and dopey when arriving in Tibet at the very beginning. So in order to ease the high altitude sickness and better adjust yourself to the high altitude climate, you are kindly suggested to have a body examination before setting off. People who suffer from high blood or severe heart disease are not suggested to travel to Tibet for the sake of your own health. Take in some medicines that can improve your oxygen supply ability before enteringTibet, like rhodiola and ginseng. When inTibet, keep on taking in cordyceps and rhodiola that can relieve fatigue and enhance immunity. Avoid catching cold and being too tired with your traveling. It is not rational to do any high oxygen consuming activities on your first arrival inTibet. Insert oxygen for 30 to 60 minutes per time if you feel strong headache.



More Tibet Travel Tips:

Tibet Weather and Climate                 Tibet Festivals

Tibetan Etiquettes and Taboos         Tibet Travel Equipment




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3 Responses to Tibet Travel Tips

  1. Suyono says:

    True, but I’m not a big fan of the ravetile territory changes, sometimes it’s hard to tell the actual measure and how big it is. Probably because i’m bad at estimating 2D sized and sometimes i don’t have a clue of the original territory size I find many eyes is interesting for visualizations as well. For example

  2. Eric says:

    On the other hand this would be the place to be if a wrwidolde plague struck us all (Philip K. Dick style)!I’d like to see a map representing average number of computing devices per inhabitant + speed of network traffic, see how it correlates to actual physical transport speed above

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