Tibet Travel Information: A to Z

Are you overwhelmed by all the Tibet travel information out there?

As your Tibet travel experts, we (Lobsang and Yolanda) offer you user-friendly tips and tools for everything you need to have an excellent, safe adventure in Tibet — from Tibet train tips, to help with your visas and permits, to staying healthy at high altitude.

But more importantly, we make it easy for you to take just one step at a time as you plan your trip.

Don’t know where to start?

First, check out this post: How to Visit Tibet: An Insider’s Guide.

Next, we recommend getting our free, detailed, step-by-step Tibet Travel Planning Guide.

Finally, explore these collections on specific Tibet travel topics for more detailed information:

2020 Coronavirus Note: Due to the COVID19 crisis, Tibet is temporarily closed to all foreign travelers, at least through the end of July 2020. However, travelers who pre-book Tibet tours by the end of June 2020 will get a rare opportunity for special discounts plus extraordinary flexibility on dates of travel. At the same time, you will support local Tibetan-owned businesses at a time when they are struggling to survive. To learn more, ask us for an introduction to a reliable Tibetan travel agency here.

Updated on May 11, 2020. First published on March 3, 2019.

Your Tibet travel advisors, Lobsang and Yolanda

Most people who want to go to Tibet don't know how to get there or who to trust for help. We’re Lobsang Wangdu and Yolanda O’Bannon, and we help make Tibet travel more simple, safe and ethical so you can feel peace of mind about your trip. Learn more about us and YoWangdu here.