Are you worried about getting altitude sickness in Tibet? You are not alone.
It’s Lobsang Wangdu and Yolanda O’Bannon here, and we get so many questions from Tibet travelers asking about how to stay safe from altitude sickness. We know from personal experience that the information that is now online about altitude sickness in Tibet is not easy to apply to your own trip.
We have become worried that a lot of people are taking Tibet trips that put them at risk of getting sick, only because they don’t have user-friendly information to help them make better informed decisions about their Tibet travel.
So we have created a new resource with straightforward and easy to use information to help you stay healthy in Tibet.
You can get it here now:
Here’s what you get:
- Cheat Sheet: How to Avoid Altitude Sickness
- Cheat Sheet: Specific Itineraries in Tibet to Help Prevent Altitude Sickness
- Chart: Risk Factors for Altitude Sickness
- Quick Reference: Altitude Sickness Rules
- Graphs: Tibet Train Station Altitudes in Meters and Feet
- Cheat Sheet: High Altitude Sickness Symptoms
- Cheat Sheet: Lake Louis Consensus on the Definition of Altitude Sickness
- How to Avoid Altitude Sickness in Tibet
- Itineraries for Preventing Altitude Sickness in Tibet
- The Biggest Mistake People Make about the Tibet Train
- Altitude Sickness in Tibet: How Bad are the Symptoms?
- What is My Risk of Getting Altitude Sickness?
- Chart: The Altitudes of Places in Tibet
We think this Toolkit is one of the most important products we’ve ever made, because the average traveler to Tibet has no way of knowing if his or her planned itinerary is a safe way to acclimate to Tibet’s high altitude or not. We would love to help change that situation.
No-risk guarantee: If you don’t like the Toolkit for any reason, you can return it for a full refund within 90 days.
We’re not doctors or even experts on altitude sickness, but we have learned a lot through personal experience and by research, and we sincerely hope that we can help educate many Tibet travelers through this Toolkit. Please share this page with anyone you know who is planning to travel to Tibet.
With our warm best wishes,
Yolanda and Lobsang
PS: You are not alone in worrying about altitude sickness, and you don’t need to become critically ill in Tibet. We’ve done a huge amount of research so that you don’t have to.