Dhunche and Syabubesi is the gateway to many trekking trails such as Langtang, Tamang Heritage, and Gosaikunda trekking, Yala peak climbing, etc. There are no tourist bus services to Syabrubesi Nepal, However, Delux class buses are run every day. Kathmandu to Syabrubesi Nepal is an adventure off-road which drives via Trisuli and Dhunche. Kathmandu to Sybrubesi is around 122 km and its an altitude of 1,503 meters above seas level..There is Langtang National park check post office in Dhunche, who does not have the Langtang National park permits then has to make here to enter the Langtang National park area Trek. You need a Passport size photo one piece and your passport details to issue the Langtang permit.Note : After booking this trip, please message me on trip adviser so that I can provide you, your Bus Number and Bus Name.
Visa for China to Tibet1)You need to send us passport + china visa copies 30 days beforehand for Tibet permit application2)You need to apply China visa in your country WITHOUT mentioning Tibet, If you need us to provide you the invitation letter, please do let us know3)We need your round-way flight info for booking4)We need to know from which Chinese city you take flight to Lhasa, and what city you fly to after Tibet5)You need to stay 1 night in China so that we can post Tibet permit to your hotel thereVisa for Nepal to Tibet1)If coming from Nepal to Tibet, you do NOT need China visa, but need to spend 3 working days in Kathmandu to get Tibet Group Visa(TGV)2)The TGV fee is not included, you need to pay our Nepal operator in cash + 2 passport size photos for TGV application. Please message us to get more info before booking any tour, otherwise will be a mess and you will not be able to make this trip.
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