Tibet Travel Permit 2016
Latest Update on Tibet Travel Permit 2016
MAY 2016 update on 19th May 2016
The update is received from CIPSC that Tibet travel permits 2016 will not be issued for the Foreign nationals other than Indian nationals 18-23 JUNE 2016 . If you have booking with us please contact us or our tour expert will contact you for the next date.
Information is updated on
BEST OF JOURNEY
08th May 17th & May 2016 Essentials and Important Contact1. Kathmandu :- Malla hotel
Lainchour near scout building KathmanduPhone no :- 977-01-4410320
2. Important contact at Nepal is Ms.Babita Shrestha 009779851054995
3. Accompanying Guide : Govind
Please ask the Guest to ensure baggage less than 15 kg.
For The Share of Information's for all the Kailash Mansarovar subscribers, Associates in Business
NTP's assuring operations have been established even in the year 2015 for its iconic character it had no visa permit hassles with fair practices while announcing Kailash Mansarovar subscriptions to match with the Best and assuring operations for those could afford route and cost but it remained at operation and honest attributions accorded refunds those refused travelling but organized Kailash Mansarovar Yatra in 2015 for great Samaritans to Shiva Abode.
We are open to share NTP credible archives present and future Kailash Mansarovar Information's, everyone is welcome to call/mail for their concerns with NTP India or NTP Nepal or its Tibet counterparts to get authentic share and response.
NTP has 24 x 7 Booking & Operational Tracking Systems
Factual 2016 Shares
# *Differential Cost* should the border Kyirong used then travel route and transport cost from Kathmandu Nepal revise not otherwise
# Stays for one or two nights while going / returning is Add on cost shall imply then only.
Authentic Shares –
NTP therefore has planned for group operations through normal route mode and alternatively through new rout mode and implying cost for *Assuring Operations
FIRM & FINAL NTP COSTS & OPERATIONS - * No Revision Unless Required
For all NTP subscribers , associate travel agents in India and world over that they need to pay only devised costs at definitive calculation SHALL BE AS FOLLOWS
Overland Route 13 days INR110, 000/ USD2200
Our Fix & Final Rates shall remain unchanged that's -
NTP offices in Nepal and India have very special Muktinath offerings for our Kailash subscribers and those traveling with NTP will find their pilgrimage assured and overwhelming
NTP Tourism Affairs Limited
Nepal Tourism Package (Inbound Travel Unit for Nepal)
Congratulations : Nepal Secular Constitution announced on 20 Sep 2015 by the President Ram Baran Yadav .
NTP Management and Team Congratulate Nepal Common Public for Formally Announcing the Constitution of Nepal.Hereafter Nepal Shall be Governed under the Constitution of Nepal . It came into final augmentation from 20 Sep 2015 .The New Constitution is replaced by Interim Constitution of Nepal 2007 .
The Constitution is created by the Second Constituent Assembly after considering all the grey areas that made it previous unsuccessful .
A new constitution was supposed to be carried out in August 2015 but had been subject to teh inherent criticism which failed to protect Nepal Federal states and Fundamental rights and even old treaties and international commitments were violated . Finally after all the amendments and modifications the New Constitution was declared by President Ram Baran Yadav on 20 September 2015
The New Republic will be declared as Federal Country considering the diversity of Nepal since its community speaks more than 100 languages and there exist high and low caste with Nepali speaking verses several indigenous languages. The New Constitution document is a step forward with the provisional boundaries of seven states but their names are yet to be announced and shall be decided in future assembly sessions . The Local people are thinking these new boundaries might not create another ethnically delineated split
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|The Himalayan Times (7th and 8th June 2015)|
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