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The key to a great vacation is planning. Regardless of your travel destination, you must be fully prepared. There are different ways to approach such a task. And you really can not go wrong while you do it. One of the best ways to plan a short or long journey is to involve everyone, especially if this is your first time. To give you a flying start, you will find a list of tips below.
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One of the first things you have to do is choose a destination. There are thousands of beautiful travel destinations in the United States and beyond. Determining where you want to go depends on each member of your group. It is crucial to remember that each member has his or her own idea of what type of vacation they would like to have. For example, a member can spend his vacation on the beach, while another member wants to spend his time hiking and camping.

Everyone will have to compromise. But there are also travel destinations that offer a variety of functions that will work better for large groups. The travel blog gives you some great recommendations.
1. Are restrictions or restrictions imposed on foreigners to travel to Tibet? What about overseas Chinese, Taiwanese compatriots and compatriots from Hong

Kong and Macao? How to handle and how long does it take?
There are some special requirements for foreign travelers to Tibet. First, foreign tourists to Tibet must be organized by travel agencies, with confirmed

routes. Secondly, a Tibet Travel permit from the Tibet Tourism Bureau is indispensable. The Tibet Travel permit must be obtained before they go to Tibet.

Moreover, foreigners are not allowed to travel alone in Tibet, even with the travel permit. They must be accompanied by a recognized guide. Tibetan travel

permits are also required from overseas Chinese and Taiwanese countrymen, while compatriots from Hong Kong and Macao can travel to Tibet like other Chinese

with valid Home Return Permit. Foreigners, overseas Chinese and Taiwanese compatriots can apply for a Tibetan travel permit at the Tibetan Tourist Office or

at certain qualified travel agencies with a valid passport (copies), a visa (copy) and a work certificate. Usually it can be obtained in a week and 2 to 3

days if you need it urgently.
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2. What is Tibet Entry Permit? How do you get a Tibet permit and what documents are needed to get it?
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Tibet Entry Permit, also known as Tibet Tourism Bureau (TTB) Permit or Tibet Visa, is the basic document for foreign travelers to enter Tibet. No foreign

visitor can visit Tibet without the Tibet Entry Permit. Foreign tourists must show both their Chinese Visa and Tibet Entry Permit when they switch to the

boarding passes of flying to Tibet or taking the train to Tibet.

Tibet Entry Permit is officially issued by Tibet Tourism Bureau, with the aim to limit the number of foreign visitors. With this permit, foreign tourists can

travel in Lhasa, including the city of Lhasa, Yamdrok Lake, Ganden, Tsurphu, Namtso, Drigung Til and Reting.

Tibet Entry Permit is not available for independent travelers. Foreign travelers must travel in a travel group and ask a legitimate travel agent to request a

Tibet tour for you.
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Documents required:

You can get a Tibetan access permit (TTB permit) by sending a qualified travel agency the first page of your valid passport and a copy of your Chinese visa

by fax or e-mail and clearly state your profession (foreign journalists and diplomats are not allowed) go to Tibet as a tourist). If you are Taiwanese

Patriots, please send us a copy of your MTP travel statements on the Mainland or the Taiwan Compatible Entry permit / travel document (better known as “Tai

Bao Zheng”) and tell us your activities.

If you are the citizens of Hong Kong and Macau SAR, China Re-entry Permit for Hong Kong and Macau Compatriots is sufficient to travel in Tibet. You are not

obliged to apply for the Tibet permit.

Please note: if you are planning to travel to places officially closed to foreigners in Tibet, a travel permit for foreigners is required.

3. What is the travel permit from Alien?

With the exception of Tibet Entry Permit, a travel permit from an alien is required if you plan to go to places officially closed to foreigners in Tibet,

such as Mt. Everest, Rongbuk Monastery, Mt. Kailash and Lake Manasorovar. The Aliens travel permit is not required for places in the Lhasa region, cities

such as Shigatse and Tsetang, or for a non-stop trip on Friendship Highway.

The travel permit from Alliens is required to visit ‘unopened’ areas. It is issued by the police (Public Security Bureau, “PSB”). Usually you can request

this as soon as you arrive in Lhasa. For tour groups, our guide will ask you for the passport and the TTB license and submit it to the Foreign Affairs

department of PSB for the travel permit. It normally takes a few hours and the costs are 50 CNY / person. If you are an individual traveler, you must take

part in local tours to ‘unopened’ areas and the local travel agencies also arrange the PSB for you. Please note, there is no travel agency that can offer

‘PSB permit-only’ service.

Note: if you want to make a Tibet national tour from Yunnan, Sichuan, Qinghai or Xinjiang province to Tibet, you must have the PSB permit before your tour