1）Tibet Travel guidelines: foreign passengers and Taiwanese tourists who want to travel in Tibet are required to hold the Tibet Tourism Bureau (T.T.B.) Permits when boarding the plane or the copy of this permit when boarding the train and their China visa must be Chinese tourist visa “L”. Permits are necessary for entry to Lhasa or any other part of the Tibetan Autonomous Region. Please make sure to get the permit timely from our specified places. Foreign journalists are forbidden to enter Tibet.
2）You are required to enter Tibet only from Beijing, Shanghai, Canton or Chengdu. Necessary information for obtaining a Tibet travel permit (the cost has been included in the tour fare above): nationality, occupation, gender, day of birth as well as the scanning copies of your passport and visa. Please provide all the materials at least 30 days prior to tour start date. Any cost caused by wrong information or delay of submitting information will be undertaken by guests themselves.
3）Two methods of obtaining your Tibet Travel Permit (please provide us the correct address and contact No.):
A. Local delivery (available only in Beijing/Shanghai/Canton/Chengdu downtown or airport): extra $80/transfer.
B. Express delivery (available in China’s major capital cities’ downtown area): extra $10/transfer.
4）Total fare composed of tour fare, admission fee as indicated and service charge must be pre-paid at time of reservation. The admission fee as indicated and service charge for adults and children are the same (free for infant under 2 years old).
5）Tour fare above is based on American adults (non-student group).
That for travelers under 12 years old is as follows:
6）Excellent English speaking tour guide.
7）We reserve the right to modify the itinerary if necessary subject to the local real conditions.
8）We reserve the right to modify the price without notice subject to the fluctuations of exchange rates.
9）Attendance during the whole trip is required.
10) There are shopping excursions on this tour as per itinerary. However, there is no obligation to purchase anything. Visitors who are not very keen on shopping can treat this as culture learning experience.