Going from Nepal to Tibet can seem extremely difficult. In reality, it is very easy! Read this post for clear information on how to travel from Nepal to Tibet. Still have questions? Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
I recently spent the afternoon with a fantastic group of about 40 men who live about 10 kilometers (6 miles) from the Tibet-side of Mt. Everest.
UPDATED 7 May 2016: There is a lot of outdated and incorrect information on the internet regarding Tibet Travel Permit (TTP). This post will clearly explain what a TTP is and how you can obtain it.
There are 14 peaks on our planet that rise above 8000 meters. Read this post to see where they are located and what each peak looks like.
UPDATED 30 October 2015: Travel regulations for Tibet can change quickly. Read this post for up-to-date travel regulations for all areas of the Tibetan Plateau, including the Amdo and Kham regions.
Not all travel agencies arrange quality tours. This post is about how to choose a reputable and safe travel agency for your journey across Tibet.
Be sure to plan your journey to Tibet to avoid the annual closure that takes place in February and March. This closure happens EVERY year, so plan accordingly.
Updated February 2017: Find out how to get your Chinese tourist visa when going overland from China to Tibet and on to Nepal.
UPDATED MAY 2016: Tibet is not a cheap place to travel to. However, traveling with a small group can drastically reduce the costs of an overland journey.