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Beijing Tibet Nepal Tour

Beijing is the first-choice for many international travelers to enter China. It is also an unmissable place to explore the country’s glorious culture and history. The Great Wall, the Temple of Heaven, the Summer Palace......fantastic attractions abound here.

From Beijing to Tibet, there are both direct train and flights departing daily to bring tourists to the plateau. At the same time, a lot of travelers will tour Tibet and Nepal together, since the two Himalayan regions are close to each other, while they offer different nature landscapes and unique Buddhist landmarks.

Therefore, the Beijing Tibet Nepal tour is a popular route for those who want to explore China, Tibet and Nepal as a whole. For your convenience, we have carefully designed a collection of Beijing Tibet Nepal itineraries as follows. With guaranteed Tibet Travel Permit, flexible choice on flight or train, trustworthy local guide, you will enjoy your dream journey with us.

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From Beijing to Lhasa and then Kathmandu, you can select your way to tour these destinations. Check the following Beijing Tibet Nepal itineraries from 10 days classic route to 20 days in-dept discovery trip, find the one that works best for you. If there is no suitable trip you prefer, we can also help to customize your perfect itinerary according to your own needs.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Beijing Tibet Nepal Tour

When is the best time to enjoy a Beijing Tibet Nepal tour?

Beijing has a typical semi-humid continental monsoon climate, with hot and rainy summers, cold and dry winters. In terms of climate comfort, spring (March-May) and autumn (September-October) are the best seasons to visit Beijing. Spring is full of blossoms, and the parks in Beijing are full of beautiful flowers. Autumn is a great time to visit Beijing, as the temperature is not as scorching as in summer.

Tibet sitting on the world’s highest plateau, has thin and clean air, with low dust and moisture content, and high atmospheric transparency. The summer in Tibet will be full of rains and while in winter, there are heavy snows with frozen coldness. So, the best time to visit Tibet is April to June and September to October, corresponding to the season of spring and autumn.

Meanwhile, the best time to travel to Nepal is autumn (September to November), when the climate is mild, with fresh air, blue sky and high visibility. At this time of the year there is less rainfall in Nepal, so travelling to Nepal is rarely restricted by the weather, and the road conditions from Tibet to Nepal are better. And it is also suitable for hiking in mountain areas.

What travel documents should I to obtain for Beijing Tibet Nepal tour?

To enjoy your Beijing Tibet Nepal tour, you will need to prepare Chinese Visa, Tibet Travel Permit and Nepal Visa as a basic requirement. Before entering China to visit Beijing, you will need to obtain the Chinese Visa, which can be obtained in your country or a third country.

Then before travel to Tibet, you need to get the Tibet Travel Permit, which will be checked before you take the train or flight to Lhasa. The Tibet Travel Permit can only be obtained through a registered Tibetan travel agency like us. You need to mail your Chinese Visa and passport copies to us in advance, and then we will help to submit them for application. It normally takes 8-9 work days to get the permit issued, and then we will deliver it to you in your address in Beijing.

In addition to the Tibet Travel Permit, you may also need to obtain other documents like Aliens’ Travel Permit or Military Permit when touring Tibet. The Aliens’ Travel Permit is required when you go to visit some attractions in Shigatse, like Mount Everest. While the Military Permit is a necessary supplement if you go further to visit Mount Kailash or Lake Manasarovar in Ngari, western Tibet.

At last, if you travel overland from Tibet to Nepal, you can obtain the Nepal Visa on arrival at the Sino-Nepal border crossing point. If you fly to Kathmandu to Lhasa, you can get the Nepal Visa in Lhasa in advance.

How many days are required to tour Beijing, Tibet and Nepal?

For different person, how many days to spend on a Beijing Tibet Nepal tour will depend on the destinations you want to visit, the transportation you choose, your travel budget cost, or special activities you will take etc.

Generally, a classic Beijing Tibet Nepal tour will require about two weeks, so that you can learn more about the highlights that each destination has to offer. First, it is recommended to spend two days exploring Beijing city, one day for the city center landmarks like Forbidden City, Temple of Heaven, and one day for the unmissable Great Wall in the suburb.

Then from Beijing to Lhasa, you can choose the Tibet train which will take about 40 hours for the whole ride. Or you can save time by taking the flight, which only takes about 5 hours. While in Lhasa, you will spend two days touring the city’s must-sees like Potala Palace, Jokhang Temple and other important monasteries. This is also helpful to better acclimated to the altitude on the plateau, before you go to higher places in Tibet.

Then if you have enough time, you can take the overland trip from Lhasa to Kathmandu, which will take four days with a visit to the Mount Everest in Tibetan side. At last, it is another two days to exploring the Nepalese capital before the tour ends.

Of course, if you want to explore more places except for those included in the classic Beijing Tibet Nepal tour itinerary, like Xi’an in China, Pokhara in Nepal, or if you want to experience special activities like hiking or biking, you need to set aside more days for your trip.

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