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Overland tour from Chengdu to Tibet

by MikeySoft

Is it possible to get an overland tour from Chengdu to Tibet?

How long will it take to get permits? About how much will it cost and holnge will it take? I plan to go in may.

RE: Overland tour from Chengdu to Tibet

by mim95

Not sure about the price of the tour as I went on my own. The permit takes a couple of days to obtain, although you don't actually receive a piece of paper.

RE: Overland tour from Chengdu to Tibet or reverse

by MikeySoft

thank you for the reply. i also enjoyed your vt information on lasha. it looks like you flew into lasha from chengdu. i was thinking about going over land. but now i am thinking about flying into lasha, then touring the lasha area. if i feel ok after that, going by land back to chengdu. do you have a canada passport? i have a us passport but my traveling companion has a prc passport.

does anyone have experance leaving tibet overland?

RE: RE: Overland tour from Chengdu to Tibet

by mim95

Thanks for reading my page on Lhasa. I think you can go overland from Lhasa to Chengdu (not 100% sure though). Part of this road is treturous and is prone to landslide in the rainy season. It is a very very long journey by bus. I could be wrong, but you may have to arrange some paperwork to go this route, as it passes through areas that aren't opened for foreigners.

RE: Overland tour from Chengdu to Tibet

by sunnygirl0126

It's 100% possible to get an overland tour from Chengdu to Lhasa. But I suppose it's very expensive if there's just one of you to rent a car(maybe land cruiser). And you should get permit before you get into Tibet. So you can do it in Chengdu.


Travel Tips for Chengdu

Clashing Images

by John195123

A black, leather jacket with a skull and a pink commuter bike with a basket... the same sort of "standards" of "manilness" don't really seem to apply here in China, which is somewhat refreshing, while at the same time humorous.

Panda Breeding Conservation Centre

by Green_Frog

Photo holding panda cub = 1000 rmb
Photo holding adult panda = 500 rmb - this option not offered - more money holding a cub!

Panda Volunteer 1 day program – 600 RMB p/p. Spend the entire day caring for the Pandas, getting their food ready, cleaning their cage/environment, possibly bathing them but not often.

Chengdu - Home of the endangered Giant Panda.

by K.Knight

"The home of the Giant Panda"

Like most people that travel to the Sichuan Province of China and Chengdu, Anne and I visited the area to see the Giant pandas. The Panda Sanctuary is located close to the edge of the city and can be reached within a thirty minute drive

We were in the sanctuary for approx 3 hours and Anne was so pleased that she saw so many pandas, literally dozens.

"Take a day trip to Leshan and see the Giant Buddha"

The Leshan Giant Buddha was carved into the side of a mountain where 3 rivers meet. Its main purpose was to look over the rapids in the river and stop the deaths of so many boat people during the monsoon season.

This is the largest seated Buddha in the world and sits at over 70 meters in height

The carving began in the year 713 by a Buddhist monk, Haitong, and the Buddha was completed after 90 years of hard work. The work was interrupted when a corrupt official wanted bribes for the funds and work to continue. As a protest the monk removed his own eyes and presented them to the official!

"Chengdu Tea Houses"

While in Chengdu you will notice the amount of tea houses that are literally everywhere. It is not as simple as sitting down for a quiet cup of tea though! The tea ceremony that the waiter will often go through is quite elaborate and time consuming and just when you thought that he had poured you your first cup of tea…he throws it out! (Apparently the first cup is often bitter.)
At some larger and ore elaborate tea houses you can sit and enjoy a sample of Chinese opera or other form of entertainment.


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