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Do I need a multi-entry visa if I take an overland tour from China - Nepal - China?
You need the double or multi-entry China visa. Nepal and China are two different countries.
You may also choose to apply for a new individual China visa if your retun to China other than Tibet.
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Beijing ⇀ Lhasa ⇀ Shigatse ⇀ Sakya ⇀ Mount Everest ⇀ Gyirong Border ⇀ Kathmandu
12 days∙ Private ∙
This 12 day Tibet tour starts from Beijing, the capital city of China to the highest mountain in the world -Mount Everest then continues to Kathmandu in Nepal. A train ride on Tibetan plateaus also gives you another travel experience in China.
Xining ⇀ Qinghai Lake ⇀ Lhasa ⇀ Gyantse ⇀ Shigatse ⇀ Lhasa ⇀ Namtso ⇀ Lhasa
9 days∙ Private ∙
Culture and Heritage
Begin your train journey in the multinational city-Xining, Qinghai province. This Tibet train tour offers you a once in a lifetime chance to relax in these breathtaking spots including Qinghai Lake, the Potala Palace and more.
Chengdu ⇀ Leshan ⇀ Chengdu ⇀ Lhasa ⇀ Gyantse ⇀ Shigatse ⇀ Mount Everest ⇀ Shigatse ⇀ Lhasa
12 days∙ Private ∙
Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province in southwest China, is famous for its relaxing lifestyle. It was named China’s third most livable city. Start your train trip in Chengdu city and enjoy the amazing scenery along the railway.
⇀ Gyirong Border
Lhasa ⇀ Gyantse ⇀ Shigatse ⇀ Sakya ⇀ Mount Everest ⇀ Gyirong Border
8 days∙ Private ∙
Take an adventure trip from Lhasa to Kathmandu, along the way countless attractions, cultural sites and natural scenery. Add in trekking and you are up close to Mount Everest. Try to stay calm because this tour is packed with fun!