China Tibet Nepal Tour

Mainland China with the holy Tibet and charming Nepal are the most mysterious and attractive destinations in East Asia and the Himalaya regions. The tour to China Tibet and Nepal could be one of the most unforgettable journeys of your life.

The vastness of China is hard to comprehend, and for many, visiting the spectacular sights of this ancient civilization is a dream come true. Crossing over into Tibet plateau is an amazing journey of discovery on the Roof of the World. Tibet is an ancient land where Buddhism is a major part of the local culture and where sacred mountains and lakes lie alongside ancient monasteries and palaces that have stood the test of time for more than a thousand years. A unique landscape and a haven for adventurous trekkers, Nepal has a wealth of things to see and to do that make it the perfect culmination of this epic adventure. Also, it is one of the only two places where you can stand under Mount Everest, the world’s tallest mountain.

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The most popular China Tibet Nepal tours cover the most essential parts of each destination. No matter you want to start your Tibet Nepal tour from mainland China or explore the mysterious Tibet plateau with the vast mainland China after a trip in Nepal, you can find something suits your need here.

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Beijing Tibet Nepal Tour

With regular flights and trains to Lhasa Tibet, Beijing is one of the most popular departure locations for a Tibet tour. Flights from Beijing to Lhasa run daily and it takes about 4 hours 40 minutes from Beijing Capital International Airport to Lhasa Gonggar International Airport. There is also Tibet train running daily from Beijing, taking around 40 hours to reach the holy city, Lhasa.

From Lhasa, you can get to Nepal with a classic Tibet Nepal overland tour or just take a flight to Kathmandu after your trip in Tibet. You can check our Beijing Tibet Nepal tours for more travel ideas.

Shanghai Tibet Nepal Tour

Lying on the eastern coast of China, on the Yangtze River Delta, Shanghai is the largest city in China and a cosmopolitan metropolis that has one of the most stunning skylines in the world. Traveling from Shanghai to Tibet can be done by train or flight, and while the flights are faster, the train journey is usually much cheaper. The Shanghai Tibet Train departs from Shanghai Railway Station daily, and take around 47 hours to traverse China to the plateau. Flights run three times a day to Lhasa, which stop at either Chengdu or Xi’an. It takes 7 hours by air.

Chengdu Tibet Nepal Tour

Chengdu is the capital of Sichuan Province in southwest China, and is the home of the Giant Pandas. While it is one of the closest gateway cities to Tibet, the long roundabout route of the train means it takes 37 hours to make the journey to Lhasa and costs from as little as 94 dollars per person. There are also more than 30 daily flights to Lhasa, making it the best city to enter Tibet by air. Flights to Lhasa from Chengdu take around 2 hours 20 minutes and can cost from around 270 dollars.

Kathmandu Tibet China Tour

Nepal is the only country with international flights to Lhasa, from the Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. Flights to Lhasa run daily, taking around 90 minutes for the flight over Mount Everest and across the plateau to Lhasa. While there is no direct train from Kathmandu to Lhasa yet, you can take an epic overland tour from Nepal to Tibet and then extend to the mainland China.

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  • 1. What travel documents required for a China Tibet Nepal Tour?

    The first thing you will need is your passport and the Chinese Entry Visa (if you are going from China to Tibet) or a Group Tourist Visa (for those entering Tibet from Nepal). The Chinese Entry Visa can be obtained from your nearest Chinese Embassy, and processing takes around three working days. For those entering from Nepal, the Group Tourist Visa is applied for once you arrive in Kathmandu for the trip to Tibet, and takes three working days to process. Since the embassy in Kathmandu does not accept personal applications, one of our agents will be there to meet you and process the visa application on your behalf.

    The Tibet Travel Permit is required for all non-Chinese nationals entering Tibet, and can only be processed by a registered Tibet tour operator after booking a pre-arranged tour. Independent travel in Tibet is prohibited, so all tourists need to have guided tours. Once you have booked your tour, we will process the application for the Tibet Travel Permit on your behalf using a scanned copy of your passport and visa, if you are entering from China. If you are planning to enter from Nepal, we only need a scanned copy of your passport. Processing can take up to 20 days, so it is best to book early to avoid mishaps and disappointment.

    For all travelers, you will need to have a visa in order to enter Nepal, whether you are entering before or after your trip to Tibet. Fortunately, visas for Nepal are easy to arrange, and can be applied for using your passport and a passport-sized photo once you arrive at the airport in Kathmandu. Visas normally cost around 30 dollars, and can be applied for online up to 15 days before you arrive in Nepal, or you can use the kiosks to make the online application once you arrive. The barcode that your application submission provides is then given to the immigration officials, who will process your visa into your passport within an hour.

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  • 2. When is the best time to visit China Tibet Nepal together?

    China is a vast nation, and the best time to visit is really going to depend on where you are traveling to in China. Across this huge country, there is something to keep you interested at any time of year, and in the four different seasons. However, it is best to avoid the Chinese National Holidays, as these are usually the busiest times for travelers in China.

    The best time to visit Tibet is normally from April to October, and while summer is the monsoon season, from June to September, it is also the peak season for tourism, as there is very little rain on the plateau.

    For Nepal, the best seasons are spring and autumn, from March to May and late September to November. These are also the best seasons for trekking in Nepal, the country’s most popular tourist activity.

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