Tibet Tours for Expats in China 

Tibet permits are not open for foreigners unless you have been living in China. 

Tibet Permits for Expats Living in China

  • Permits for expats currently living in China can visit Tibet but only if you are traveling from a low-risk area.
  • The situation remains fluid and Tibet tourism bureau can close or cancel permits to Tibet when infections rise in the travelers’ area. Tibet itself has been and remains a low-risk area.
  • If a trip is cancelled due to permits not being open or being cancelled, you receive a refund of your deposit except for a $50 service fee.

Latest Tibet Travel Requirements for Permits for Expats 

To apply for a Tibet Travel Permit, expats who’re planning a Tibet trip must  meet the following conditions: :

1. Clear scan copy of Passport and visa

2.A certificate issued by the company, local police station or residential committee, to prove that you have remained in mainland China for the last 3 months.

3. Health QR code: You will need to show a screenshot of the QR of the Green health code from your city.

4. Certificate of Employment, also declaring that you have been in China for 3 months.

5. Nucleic acid test report: You will need a negative COVID test before applying for your Tibet permit. (Suggested to be within 7 days of application of permit.)

6. You must come from low-risk areas in China