North Base Camp is in Tibet. As the South Base Camp, North Everest Base Camp also offers the appealing view of Tibetan countryside, prominent and ancient monasteries with thousands of monks, dense forest, lakes, and furthermore beautiful scenarios. The trekking to North Everest Base Camp starts from a scenic flight from Kathmandu to Lhasa. Furthermore, the trail passes through Gyantse (3950m), Shigatse (3900m), Ronbuk (4980m), and finally reaches the base camp at an altitude of 5200m.
The major attractions of the Everest Base Camp Tibet Trek are the passes (Kora La, Kamba La, and Gyatchu La), sightseeing in Lhasa (visiting Potala Palace, Barkhor Bazaar, Jokhang Temple, Drepung Monastery, and Sera Monastery), high mountains, Tibetan housings and settlements, monasteries like Pholkor, Kumbum, and Ronbuk, and the border sides. Climbing Everest Base Camp from Tibet side offers full Tibetan environment in which you can have a memory of for entire life.
Visiting North Everest Base Camp needs the permission of the Chinese government as the permission is needed to reach Tibet itself. Such sanctions are arranged by Trekking companies as part of a package in Lhasa that includes hiring chaperones, vehicles, and motorists. The vehicles hired moves 100 km to access North Base Camp through the Friendship highway. From the Base Camp, visitors must take government vehicles to maintain the balance on road to Marked Hill at 5,200 meters above sea level before Climbers' Camp. Trekking up from tourists' camp can also be done (if properly adapted).
Here we also provide an itinerary of Everest Base Camp from Tibet part for willing travelers. You can enjoy your trip adapting Tibetan eco-system as well.