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catterz
post Sep 3 2008, 09:07 PM
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Hey there, I am currently in Beijing and looking to go trekking in Tibet, a week or 2. Open as to the exact intinerary. I am travelling alone and apparently all tour groups need to be of the same nationality - so if there are any Brits out there in China / Nepal or around and fancy a trek in Tibet (pretty soon) please drop me a line.

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rbisset
post Sep 4 2008, 03:25 AM
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I don't know if the situation has changed but when I did it 3 years ago there was no problem with nationalities. Our group was 2 Brits and 2 Danish. No problems at all. All the other groups were even more mixed than that.

I think the best thing you can do is get to Lhasa and try to find a group there. All the hostels seemed to have noticeboards with people looking to fill up the Landcruisers.


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post Mar 27 2013, 12:15 AM
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My friend who is a travel agent in Yunnan told me that last year the government implemented new travel rules for Tibet. The most restrictive being that for a group to get a permit they had to be minimally a group of 5, all of the same nationality. So, no small groups nor a group of 6, for example, in which one or more travelers are of different nationalities. Must be guided groups, as well. Hope that helps.
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gracefan
post Mar 27 2013, 01:28 AM
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It seems that you have to apply for Tibet travel permit first through a tour agency based in Tibet first then you are allowed to enter Tibet. So I think you should learn something about Tibet travel permit first.
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