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Latest Tibet Travel News Updated on 2021/08/16
Tibet tour has been reopened to all expats in mainland China since May 9th, 2021. It's time to restart your dream trip to Tibet. For international tourists, we still need to wait for a better situation. And we will keep tracking and update the news the first time.
For those who booked the Tibet tour in 2020 or are planning to visit Tibet in the future, there are some expert tips you should know in such an era of a global pandemic.
In early Feb 2020, large-scale donation ceremonies were held amid Tibetan monasteries and temples in Tibet. Tibetan monks gathered, praying for the residents in Wuhan and generously donating the money for them. Let's take a quick look at some of the touching moments.
Thanks to the deep care and timely treatment of the medical staff, the first and only Coronavirus-infected patient recovered and was discharged from the Third Renmin Hospital at 14:26, Feb 12, 2020, making Tibet the only epidemic-free region in China.
However, to further contain the spread of the Coronavirus by limiting the mobility of travelers, currently, the Chinese government has decided that all tour groups should be temporarily suspended.
From today on (25/06/19), tourists travelling to Everest Base Camp in Tibet have to pay 120 yuan per person for the electric bus service, on top of the usual fees.
Filled with other worldly highland landscape and mysterious Buddhist culture, Tibet is not only a holy grail for thrill seekers but also a great source of inspiration for global artists. Recently, we have received a brilliant English female singer Joss Stone and her brother Harrison, and Leon, a great guitar performer for a short music tour in Lhasa.
Tibetan celebrated the annually held Shoton Festival at Drepung from August 11 to August 17, 2018. Traditional events such as giant thangka unveiling, Tibetan opera performing etc. were put on the schedule.