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  1. Yanni Philippacopoulos

    Hi Lobsang,

    Great website, it’s been very helpful for trip planning, as I plan on heading to Qinghai Amdo, and Sichuan Kham this summer. To the best of your knowledge, is it currently possible to extend a visa in Yushu and/or in Ganzi? Thanks for your help!

    Yanni

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  3. Pamela calver

    Hi about 2months ago we made enquiries to join you on a tour in Lhasa to Kathmandu. Of course the terrible earthquake changed our trave thinking. Can you please tell me if the tours are still possible for the date 7th October to visit Lhasa and return to Kathmandu. Is the border between Nepal/Tibet likely to be opened soon. If we remain in Tibet for longer and return to Nepal later. Which tour can you recommend to see more of the country or is it possible once in that we may travel alone. We could spend 2/3weeks in Tibet instead of returning to Nepal. Do you know if we could fly to Bhutan from Lhasa. Thank you for your help and please include costs of the tours for 2 persons

  4. María Páez

    Dear Sirs,

    We are travelling to Ladakh in June and after going round, we would to finish our stay with a trek. We are looking for an easy trekking.
    We could start our trek in June 24 or 25th and would like a 3-5 days trek.
    We are 3 ladies and have no trekking experience, that´s why we need a very easy trek.
    We understand that Sham Valley is a very nice and easy trekking.
    Please kindly send us the itinerary of easy/baby trekking and cost.

    Looking forward to receiving your reply to the above.
    Tks and rgds

  5. DL Sanchez

    Hello,
    I will arrive at the 23th of april 2016 in Chengdu. And will like to take the train to Lhasa on the 27th of april. Arriving in Lhasa at the 29th of april.
    I can stay until the 15th of may in Tibet. My flight back home is at the 16th of may from Chengdu.
    I travel with a friend.
    Can you please help me to find a good and honest travel agency? I already have been in contact with 4 different travel agency but don’t feel very good about it. I just don’t know why.
    Thank you.

  6. Matthew

    Hi Lobsang-
    I’ve sent a query to your email about Kham and Amdo, but I’m not sure if you’ve gotten it!
    Thanks!
    -Matthew

  7. miranda

    hello,

    What a beautifull website!
    We will fly 24 of may from Kathmandu to Chengdu and would like to explore the Amdo and Kham region for hikes/nature/culture.
    Which places can we visit without a special permit? We will have (hopefully) a china visa, but no tibet-permit. The travel agency in Kathmandu told us that these months the amdo and kham are closed for tourists, do you know something about that?

    Hope to hear from you,

    Kind regards
    Miranda

  8. Carl Bertram

    I was just wondering if anyone could provide any information on the restriction of travel for foreigners in Aba? There seems to be two towns of Aba in Sichuan, but I am unsure which is restricted for foreigners! I am wanting to travel to Yyenbo Yurtse/Juizhi, through Aba, through Hongyuan, through Zoige up to Langmusi. It would seem a giant pain in the ass that Yyenbo Yurtse/Juizhi is only accessible from the west. Does anyone know if this is possible? Thank you.

    1. Lobsang བློ་བཟང་ Post author

      Hi Carl…right now all areas of Aba/Ngawa prefecture are open. The one region that can close is Aba county, not to be confused by the prefecture of the same name. Aba county, due to uprisings at Kirti Monastery, has been closed off and on for the past few years. You can pass thru Aba to Jiuzhi/Jigdril without problems.

      Lobsang

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