Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour With Landing

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Trip Facts

  • Duration 5 Hours
  • Difficulty Level Easy, Leisure, and luxury with an altitude of 17500ft.
  • Destination Nepal
  • Transportation Private Vehicle and Helicopter Flight.
  • Activity Exploring Everest Region on a Helicopter.
  • Best Season Feb- May and Sept- Dec
  • Group Size Mini. 1 Max. 5 People (on one Heli)
  • Trip Start/End Kathmandu
  • Max Altitude 5,550m/18,208ft at Kalapatthar

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Flight Landing Tour Highlights.

  • The Helicopter lands at Everest View Hotel for breakfast with amazing views.
  • Fly over Everest Base Camp, Kalapatthar, and Everest View Hotel.
  • Experience Mount Everest by Helicopter in a Short Time
  • Land at Lukla and visit the Everest View Hotel.
  • Experience panoramic views of Everest Base Camp.
  • Best view of Khumbu Icefall and glaciers.
  • 100% refund if the flight is canceled due to bad weather.
  • Secure and easy online booking.
  • The lowest price is guaranteed.
  • The helicopter tour lets you see the entire Everest in one day.
  • Scenic flight over the world's tallest mountain range.
  • Enjoy a helicopter flight from Kathmandu to Everest Base Camp, the highest peak.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Cost For 2024/2025 Price. 

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour is an exciting one-day tour departing Kathmandu that takes you to the base of Mount Everest (5,383 meters), the highest mountain in the world. You'll fly over Kala Patthar, Everest Base Camp, and the majestic Khumbu Glacier, offering breathtaking lush hills and towering Himalayan range vistas. Within just one hour, you'll be immersed in the awe-inspiring beauty of Nepal's highest peaks on this Kathmandu to Kala Patthar helicopter excursion.

The Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour has new safety rules to protect passengers. Safety always comes first! When we fly, we can only land four times outside the airport. So, if you're sharing a flight with others, we'll land at Pheriche first to split up the weight. Then, we'll fly over the base camp and Kalapathar before landing at Hotel Everest View. There, you'll have an hour of free time to enjoy breakfast with a view of Everest. If you want a special private tour for 1-2 people, we can arrange that too. We can fly from Kathmandu or Lukla and land at Kalapathar for 10-15 minutes. But because of the lower air pressure there, we recommend keeping the visit short for quick photos and videos.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour with a landing at Everest View Hotel begins at the domestic terminal of Kathmandu’s Tribhuwan International Airport. The helicopter ascends gracefully from the airport and offers a panoramic view of the Kathmandu Valley. As the flight moves east, an impressive display of snow-covered peaks slowly emerges on the horizon. After landing at Lukla airport on the way, you can take a moment to complete the necessary trip procedures, refuel, and admire the beautiful Himalayan scenery around Lukla village.

The Mount Everest Helicopter Flight Landing Tour is ideal for individuals with limited time to do weeks-long trekking. It's also great for people with physical disabilities who are eager to see the world's tallest peak within a short period. You might be thinking that exploring Mt. Everest is tough, but this special tour is designed for those who may find trekking difficult. In just a few hours, you can enjoy incredible views of pristine mountain peaks up close. This exciting Helicopter Tour lets you get close-up views of the world's highest mountain peaks, including famous ones like Gourishankar, Cho-Oyu, Lhakpa Dorje, and many more. It's a fantastic opportunity to witness the beauty of these majestic mountains without the challenges of a long trek. Join us for an unforgettable adventure!

After a short break, we continued our adventure journey towards Everest Base Camp. A spectacular spectacle awaits. As you step foot into the base camp and witness the highest mountain in the world, Everest, you may be in disbelief. This vista also includes other famous peaks, such as Ama Dablam and Thamserku. Along with the Khumbu glacier, it can be seen from the base camp.

A helicopter ride from the Base Camp will fly over the Kala Patthar (5180m). The best place to view Mount Everest, other high mountains, and stunning landscapes is from this location. Take pictures to remind yourself of your amazing journey to Everest. The helicopter will then take you to the Everest View Hotel for a delicious breakfast while enjoying the stunning views. After your meal, you will return to Kathmandu while enjoying the picturesque sights of the charming villages and valleys.

Enjoy this adventure with us, and the lowest price at the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. Our visitors can enjoy a quality helicopter service at an affordable price. We guarantee that our experienced pilots and guides will meet your needs and desires throughout the tour. Our flight to EBC is designed with window seats that allow you to see the beautiful scenery. The Everest helicopter tour flight route is Kathmandu-Lukla-Syangboche-Everest base camp-Hotel Everest view-Lukla-Kathmandu. This tour lands at two different locations. It makes the trip more exciting. Enjoy the beautiful views and the feeling of altitude at Kalapatther. You will then land at the Everest View Hotel for breakfast, and you can enjoy the best views of Mt. Everest Region.

If you have two weeks, are in good physical shape, and want to walk to the highest base camp in the world, you can try the 14-day Everest Base Camp Trek. If you wish to retrace your steps and descend towards Lukla from Gorekshep, you can choose the 12-day Everest Base Camp Trek with a helicopter ride back. There's also an option of an 11-day trek with a helicopter ride directly to Kathmandu from Gorekshep

Due to recent civil aviation regulations, we are unable to offer trips that include landing at Kalapathar. Instead, our tour will now consist of a flyover with a landing at Hotel Everest View. The itinerary will include a scenic flyover of Kalapatthar and Everest Base Camp. For those interested in a landing tour, the cost will be USD 2200 per person. Please feel free to contact us via WhatsApp or email to inquire about available dates and make a booking.

 

Everest View Hotel at Everest Base Camp 2023

What to expect from the Everest Heli Tour landing at Kalapatthar?

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour will be a memory you'll cherish forever. This is a day trip to the Mount Everest Region. The tour starts and ends in Kathmandu. Helicopter flights usually take 4 to 5 hours. The Helicopter will stop at Everest View Hotel to have breakfast and at Everest Base Camp Kalapatther for the best views of Everest. Below are the things we can expect.

  • At 5:40 am, start your day at the Kathmandu Domestic Airport. Bring your passport to check in for the flight and get a boarding card.
  • At 6:40 am, take off in a 350B3 helicopter from Kathmandu.
  • Make a quick stop in Lukla for 15-20 minutes.
  • Continue flying until you reach Pheriche (4200m). We may need to divide a group of 4-5 people if they are flying together. Flying above 4200m with more than three passengers is not allowed.
  • Take photos and videos of Everest Base Camp and Kalapathar(5400m).
  • After a short break at Kalapathar, hop on the helicopter and head to Everest View Lodge to have breakfast. The group will then be picked up in Pheriche, and you'll all fly together over Everest Base Camp.
  • Landing at Everest View Hotel to take photos and enjoy breakfast.
  • Continue to fly to Lukla after breakfast. Stop for fuel and then return to Kathmandu.
  • We will take you from the airport to your hotel.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Group Joining Cost for 2024/2025

If you're looking for an adventurous group tour to explore the stunning Everest base camp by helicopter. Check the Availability for Joining a group that offers a cost-effective option with like-minded travelers, providing an opportunity to create lifelong memories. Take advantage of this fantastic chance to experience the thrilling flight and discover the beauties of Everest. If you pay alone, it will cost US$1199. If 2 people pay together, then the cost is US$1185. The price for 3 people is US$1180. The cost per person will be US$1175 if there are 4 people. If 5 people pay together, the cost per person will be US$1150. The group will share the extra charge if you require more shuttles because of the weight restrictions.

Please follow the steps below to share helicopter flight costs.

No. of PersonGroup Joining Helicopter (Price Per Person)
1 personUS $1199  Per Person
2 personsUS $1185 per person
3 persons US $1180 per person
4 personsUS $1175per person
5 personsUS $1150 per person

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Private Cost for 2024/2025

If you are looking for a private helicopter tour of Mount Everest  Helicopter Day Tour, you have come to the right place. Our exclusive private trips offer the utmost luxury and flexibility. With a fully customizable itinerary, you can have a truly personalized experience. We tailor the trip to meet your needs and provide an unforgettable experience. From the helicopter ride to the breathtaking landing at Kala Patthar (viewpoint) above the Everest Base Camp, we ensure a journey tailored to your preferences. Our Private Everest Helicopter Tour prices are as given below.

Please follow the steps below For a Private helicopter flight costs.

No. of PersonPrivate Helicopter
up to 2 PersonUS $4700 
Up to 5 personsUS $5500 
  

Whether you're going with friends, family, or alone, our private tours give you a great chance to make special memories in the beautiful Everest region.

To book your trip:

Booking a sharing or a private Everest Base Camp helicopter tour is simple. Just let us know your preferred date and share your details to confirm your booking. We can help you choose the right time for your trip. You can reach out to us via email or phone through social media, as mentioned below.

For 24/7 direct assistance, call Mr. Birendra at +977-9851025658 (WhatsApp and Viber).

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The helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp follows this schedule:

  • Flying from Kathmandu to Lukla takes around 45 minutes.
  • Landing in Lukla and refueling takes about 15-20 minutes.
  • Flying from Lukla to Everest Base Camp (Kala Patthar) takes 30 minutes.
  • Overflying to the Kalapatther viewpoint takes 5-10 minutes.
  • Flying from Kalapatther to Everest View Hotel takes 15 minutes.
  • Landing at Everest View Hotel for breakfast takes 50 minutes to 1 hour.
  • Flying from Everest View Hotel (Syngboche) to Lukla takes 15 minutes.
  • Refueling in Lukla takes 10-15 minutes.
  • Flying back from Lukla to Kathmandu takes 45 minutes.
The whole trip, from start to finish, takes approximately 4-5 hours.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour with landing route:

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour With Landing is the most popular helicopter tour in Nepal. This extraordinary journey begins in the morning and covers the distance between Kathmandu and Everest Base Camp within 4 to 5 hours. The adventure begins in Kathmandu with a delicious breakfast at the Everest View Hotel. This hotel is the highest deluxe hotel in the world, located at a height of 3,880m.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Phase One: 

The Everest Base Camp helicopter Flight takes off from Kathmandu's domestic terminal, flying to Lula Airport via Nagarkot, Jiri's alpine forests, and terraced fields. It lands at Lukla Airport for refueling, offering breathtaking views.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Phase Two: 

Following a refueling stop in Lukla, our journey will take us over the renowned Namache Bazaar, heading towards Kalapatthar. En route, we'll have the opportunity to marvel at the local villages dotting the Khumbu region, such as Tyangboche, Pangboche, Pheriche, and Dingboche. The majestic Himalayan range and the sprawling Khumbu Glacier will unfold beneath us as we soar through the skies. Our final destination is Kala Patthar, perched above Everest Base Camp. Touching down at Kala Patthar promises an unforgettable experience, offering panoramic views of Mount Everest and the surrounding awe-inspiring landscape--an encounter destined to etch itself into the tapestry of lifelong memories.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Phase Three: 

After an Everest Over Fly (Everest Base Camp, Kalapatthar, Chola Pass, and Gokyo), we proceed to the Everest View Hotel in Syangboche. Upon landing at Everest View Hotel for breakfast, you can relish a delightful morning meal while taking in panoramic views of the Khumbu Valley.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Phase Four: 

From the Everest View Hotel, we fly towards Kathmandu. Before going straight to Kathmandu, we will stop at Lukla airport to quickly refuel. After a short break at Lukla airport, the helicopter continues its journey directly to Kathmandu. It lands at Kathmandu domestic airport, where our representative will meet you and take you to the hotel.
Besides the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour, we offer other options like the Everest Base Camp Trek Heli Out and  Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return. If you prefer trekking without a helicopter, we also organize regular Everest Base Camp Trekking. In this trek, you'll walk to Everest Base Camp and return to Lukla without using a helicopter flight.

Important things to know before your Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour

  • The flight schedule might sometimes get delayed or even canceled due to harsh weather conditions.
  • The weather at Everest base camp is very erratic, so be prepared for it.
  • The Helicopter does carry oxygen in it.
  • Your helicopter pilot will be your guide throughout the tour. They will give you information through headphones.
  • The Helicopter will only land in a favorable situation, as your safety is our primary concern.
  • The Helicopter does not land for more than 15 minutes in high-elevation places like Kala Patthar.

What is the Packing List for the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour?

Packing well is essential for the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour, but there is not much you need to bring. Appropriate booking is essential. A packing list will depend on what season you're traveling. But you should pack clothes warm enough to keep yourself comfortable in freezing temperatures.

This is a list of what to pack for the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour.
  • Passport or Passport Copy
  • Windproof down jacket
  • Hiking boots with woolen socks
  • Gloves are made up of two layers: the inner and outer layer
  • Thermos water bottles that keep water warm
  • Woolen hats, scarves, and hats
  • U.V. ray-protecting glasses
  • Mobiles and Camera
  • Lip Balm
  • Your personal needs

What is the weight limit of the Everest base camp helicopter tour?

The weight limit for an Everest Base Camp helicopter tour is 500 kg, allowing a maximum of 5 people on board. This restriction is crucial for safety, as the collective weight of passengers determines the helicopter's capacity. To make your journey successful. It's imperative to adhere to the 500 kg limit. Helicopter flights from Kathmandu accommodate up to 5 passengers directly flying to Everest Base Camp for single, double, or up to 3 pax. If the group exceeds 3 pax, the helicopter lands at Pheriche, necessitating an additional shuttle for the Everest Base Camp tour, emphasizing the importance of weight management for high-altitude safety.

No of Pax.Total Weight limit
1 pax80 kg/person average.
2 pax150 kg /2 pax
3 pax250 kg /3 pax
4 pax350 kg /4 pax
5 Pax500 kg (one helicopter )

When Is The Best Time For Everest Base Camp Heli Tour?

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour In Spring Season

Spring in Nepal occurs between March and April. A helicopter tour of Everest Base Camp is ideal during this time. The weather is moderate and pleasant, with temperatures ranging from 15 degrees Celsius during the day to -10 degrees Celsius overnight. The weather in April and May is ideal for exploring the snowy peaks surrounding Mount Everest (8848.86 meters). The road to Everest Base Camp passes through a rhododendron grove that blooms spectacularly during the spring. In the mountains, you can see beautiful flowers of all colors.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour In Autumn Season:

The Autumn (September, November, and October) is the best time to take a helicopter tour up to Everest Base Camp. With sparkling skies, you can enjoy the Himalayan views in the clearest of weather. From mid-September onwards, the rainy season ends, and the perfect weather season begins. The best months to go trekking and on tours in the Khumbu are October and November. The temperature ranges between 20 degrees Celsius and -10 degrees Celsius at night. It is not a fog-free season, particularly at altitudes higher than 3500 meters.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour In Winter Season:

December and January are also suitable months to explore the snowy peaks around the Khumbu region in your Everest base camp helicopter tour. However, you must be prepared for the bitter minus temperatures even during the day. The weather remains extremely chilly & the cold bites amidst the snow-layered landscapes along the alpine Himalayas. Winter is the season to explore the real sensation of the Khumbu region, seemingly attempting to defend its inhabitants from the chilling temperatures with occasional sunshine. Nonetheless, flight cancellation is possible in case the weather gets suddenly aggressive due to extreme climate change patterns. The weather tends to fluctuate in the winters & nature can be a brutal monster when least expected.

Everest Helicopter Tour In Summer/Monsoon Season:

The monsoon season starts in early June and lasts till the middle of September. The monsoon season is not the best time for an Everest base camp helicopter tour in Nepal due to heavy rain and poor visibility, which usually and often remains cloudy, hazy & dangerous. However, the morning remains good with clear weather. The temperature in the Khumbu region goes up to 20 degrees Celsius and 5 degrees at the minimum.

Our other Helicopter Services in the Everest Region:

We have been operating many different Helicopter flight tours in the Everest region as per our customer choice. Here is our Helicopter flight with landing tour services in the Everest region, and if you are looking for it or want to know the cost of group sharing or a private charter Helicopter, contact us. We will be happy to provide you with the best price.

Everest Helicopter flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. 

Adventure Club Trek operates regular helicopter tours in the Everest region. We also organize the Kathmandu to Lukla helicopter flight service. Due to the weather, there is a high probability of delayed flights on this route. The Helicopter takes you to Lukla from Kathmandu and vice versa, even when regular flights can't operate. This assures your regular schedule for the trekking and mountaineering activities beginning from Lukla. It's about a 45-minute flight. The Helicopter Flight costs are given below.

Helicopter flight from Everest Base Camp to Lukla.

We'd be happy to provide you with helicopter flight services from the Everest Base Camp to Lukla once you're done with your dream of hiking. To avoid repeating trails that you've already done, which is almost a downhill route; a helicopter ride enriches your experience of the trails because you get to see more from above that's not possible on the hike. It shortens your itinerary and offers you a refreshing trip. Your body also gets to rest after an arduous trek. It is, in total, about a 35-minute flight from EBC to Lukla. Later, you can connect flights from Lukla to Kathmandu by plane or Helicopter. The Helicopter Flight Costs from Everest Base Camp to Lukla are given below.


Helicopter Flight From Lukla to Everest Base Camp.

 After a refreshing break at Lukla, the Helicopter swirls above Dudh Kosi River gorge past Phakding and Monjo village, heading higher close to Namche Bazaar, a large town/village a hub of Khumbu Sherpa and for trekkers. Flight carries on with views of Tengboche (time permitting, landing at Tengboche for the scenic panorama of mountains and tour of its impressive monastery).

Leaving the tree lines behind, heading higher towards Mt. Everest, and then landing at base camp at 5,364 m / 17 005 ft, depending on the season and situation. Base camp is filled with the rubble of rocks-moraine and glaciers where landing sometimes might be obstructed due to the movement of glaciers every season, as with rock falls and avalanches. Once at Everest base camp, enjoy superb views of the surrounding giant mountains with massive Khumbu Ice-Fall and glaciers, then fly back to Kathmandu via Lukla. 

Everest Helicopter flight from Lukla to Kalapatthar

Taking a helicopter flight from Lukla to Kalapathar gives you an extraordinary experience of viewing some of the tallest peaks on earth and a real close-up of this exotic region. This is about a 35-minute trip, which offers some chocolate box scenery of the scattered Sherpa settlements, alpine landscapes, and lush green forests of the Sagarmatha National Park. A helicopter ride to Kalapathar can carry 5 individuals but through a shuttle service provided from Pheriche village (4371 meters) as it can take only 3 passengers at a time & not more than that. This is due to the altitude. Kalapathar is located at an altitude of 5545 meters above Gorakshep.

Helicopter flight from Everest Base Camp to Kathmandu

If you need a helicopter flight from Everest Base Camp to Kathmandu once you complete your trek there, Adventure Club Trek offers this service without any inconvenient procedures. This is a fast quick-fire way to return to Kathmandu without making the entire downhill trail to Lukla and a connecting flight to Kathmandu, which is sometimes delayed due to inclement weather. It's about a 1.5-hour flight and 15 15-minute stopover at Lukla for refueling. You don't need to worry about weather problems or the nagging mental hassle of your flight being delayed by plane. This would also pamper a weary body from the tough trek you earlier did. We are ready with a quick helicopter flight that will see you in the comforts of your hotel room, resting your head on a soft pillow in a quick time.

Helicopter flight from Tengboche to Lukla or Kathmandu

Some trekkers would prefer a lower altitude trek in the Everest region but without compromising to explore the glorious Himalayan peaks of the Everest chain. For this, Tengboche, at (3860 meters) will undoubtedly be the ideal destination. If you are on this trek and prefer to return to Lukla or Kathmandu, we provide a helicopter shuttle service. It is about 15 15-minute flight to Lukla and a 1-hour flight to Kathmandu from Tengboche. This is a wonderfully convenient service if you feel the effects of altitude and want to return soon to Lukla or Kathmandu by avoiding the downhill excursion.

Helicopter Flight From Pheriche to Everest Base Camp

Located at an altitude of 4,240m, Pheriche is one of the most frequented destinations around the Everest Region. The Helicopter flight from Pheriche to the Everest Base Camp offers a respite from the days of the ascending journey leading up to the Himalayas. Taking a total of around 10 minutes, the journey offers a pleasant glance at the mesmerizing beauty of the Everest Himalayan Ranges.

Helicopter flight from Dingboche to Kathmandu

Dingboche is a windswept village at an altitude of 4410 meters above sea level on the way to Everest Base Camp. It is also a well-known village for trekkers to spend an acclimatization day due to the altitude. We are prepared to provide you with helicopter flight services from Dingboche to Lukla or Kathmandu in case you feel a need for it. It takes about 25 minutes to fly to Lukla and about 70 minutes to fly to Kathmandu. This helps you to manage an emergency case with a super fast evacuation.

Helicopter flight from Lobuche to Kathmandu

We offer helicopter charter or shuttle services from Lobuche to Lukla or Kathmandu. Lobuche is an alpine Sherpa village at an altitude of 4940 meters. It is about half an hour's flight to Lukla from Lobuche and 45 minutes further to fly to Kathmandu. It helps you to quickly cope with any kind of emergency case that may occur on the mountain due to accidents or sudden altitude problems. A stitch in time saves nine and helicopter flights of this kind save precious lives.

Helicopter Flight From Everest View Hotel to Everest Base Camp

Landing at Everest View Hotel on its small helipad overlooking views of Tharmarserku, Kongde peaks with Amadablam includes grand scenery of surrounding areas and Mt. Everest.

After breakfast at Everest View Hotel, at the height of 3,880m within serene woodland of oaks, pines, rhododendrons, and fir tree lines. The helicopter takes off from Everest View Hotel past the scenic area of Tengboche Monastery to land at Everest base camp within moraine and glaciers. After enjoying stunning views, head back to Kathmandu with a possible stop at Lukla, and the flight continues to land back at Kathmandu.

Helicopter flight from Gokyo Lake to Kathmandu

Gokyo Lake is located at an altitude of 4750 meters in the remote Himalayan flank of the Everest (Khumbu) region. Trekkers generally combine Gokyo Lake and Gokyo Ri in their trips. Sometimes, due to unexpected high-altitude problems or preference, they prefer to fly back from Gokyo Lake to Kathmandu by Helicopter. Adventure Club Trek assists you with helicopter charter services from Gokyo Lake in case you need a flight of this kind. It is about 25 minutes to fly from Gokyo Lake to Lukla (2800 meters), whereas the flight duration to Kathmandu is 70 minutes in total from Gokyo Lake. These are flights of not only scenic grandeur but are also vital lifesaving flights during emergencies from unexpected situations that may occur due to the vagaries of nature, which can be a monster when least expected.

Note: If you are looking for different Helicopter Services from Different parts of the Everest Region, which is not mentioned above, then contact us; we will be happy to create trips to suit your needs. 

Itinerary

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5:40 AM: Driver from Kathmandu Hotel to Airport Helipad 

Our Guide and driver for the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour will come to your hotel in Kathmandu and bring you to the Domestic airport. Make sure to bring warm clothes like jackets and gloves, along with water bottles and snacks. Don't forget any medicine you might need. The ride from your hotel to the airport takes around 20-30 minutes. Double-check your checklist to make sure you have everything you need for the Everest Heli Tour.

6:20 AM: Check-in on the Kathmandu Airport Helipad 

Upon arrival at the airport, expect a security check. Staff will weigh you and collect copies of your passport, which are necessary for Everest Base Camp Helicopter tours. Afterward, you'll proceed to the main waiting area until it's time to board. When boarding commences, head towards the helipad. The Captain will deliver a safety briefing, including instructions on operating the helicopter doors and entering the aircraft. Always move towards the front of the helicopter and avoid the rear. At high altitudes, the Captain will switch off the engines, and seating arrangements may adjust for optimal viewing. If you require oxygen, please request it from the Captain.

6:40 AM: Fly to Lukla Airport by helicopter(Tenzing-Hillary )

At 6:40 AM in Kathmandu, your exciting helicopter ride to Lukla airport starts. The helicopter's rotor sounds and the gentle takeoff signal the beginning of your Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. Lukla, known as the 'Gateway to Everest,' isn't just any airport; it's a runway surrounded by huge Himalayan mountains. As you fly towards Lukla, the busy cityscape of Kathmandu disappears, replaced by the rolling hills of the Himalayas. Trusting Adventure Club trek ensures a fun and safe journey, getting you ready for adventures in the Khumbu region.

7:45 AM: Landing in Lukla, fueling for 15-20 minutes

At 7:45 AM, the helicopter lands at Lukla Airport, a famous spot. Now, an important job begins: unloading the fuel needed for the trip back. This quick task, lasting only 15-20 minutes, is crucial. It shows how carefully planned each Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour by Adventure Club Trek is. Though it seems short, these careful preparations make sure the tour runs smoothly. Passengers can enjoy the amazing views of the Himalayas without worrying about any logistics.

8:00 AM: Fly towards Khumbu and Everest Base Camp

After fueling is complete, the helicopter will take off again at 08:00 am, heading for the heartland of the Khumbu region. The landscape changes dramatically as you approach the Everest Base Camp. The Dudh-Kosi River, a glistening ribbon, weaves through the valleys below you. Its milky waters are a testament to its glacial origins. As the Himalayan peaks beckon from the distance, the sight of terraced fields, ancient monasteries, and remote Sherpa villages adds to the experience. The Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour is piloted by Adventure Club Trek, ensuring a safe and breathtaking flight that will bring passengers face-to-face to the magnificence of Everest.

 8:30 AM: Fly over Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar

The Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour reaches its highest point at 8:30 in the morning. The helicopter flies smoothly over the Everest Base Camp, Kala Patthar, and the famous Everest. You'll see the huge Himalayan mountains below you while you're hovering at 5,250 above the sea. The Base Camp looks like a colorful group of tents, showing people's determination to succeed. Kala Patthar nearby gives you amazing views of Everest. This experience is very special, so take lots of photos and videos to remember it. Adventure Club Trek organizes this tour, making it more than just a sightseeing trip. It's a journey that stirs your feelings, celebrating the greatness, mystery, and beauty of the Himalayas.

8:50 AM: Fly to Syangboche Hill and Mt. Everest View Hotel

The journey continues at 8:45 AM as the helicopter heads towards the famous Syangboche Hill Viewpoint. Syangboche, at a height of 3,880m, offers a peaceful respite to the adrenaline-charged flight over Everest Base Camp. It's not only the tranquil ambiance of Syangboche that captures your heart. Mt. The Everest View Hotel is located here and boasts of being one of the highest hotels in the entire world. The helicopter landing offers passengers a breathtaking view of the Everest massif with its imposing shadows. The hotel offers a variety of delicious breakfasts and refreshing drinks so travelers can enjoy a meal against the Himalayas. This segment, which is part of our EBC Helicopter Tour, combines with adventure, creating an experience that is both thrilling and comforting.

9:50 AM: Fly back to Kathmandu, maybe stopping at Lukla

The journey will begin its descent to Kathmandu at 09:50 am, with the memories of the Himalayas still fresh in your mind. The landscape quickly changes from the icy grandeur and terracing of the higher regions to the verdant valleys of the lower region. Our expert pilots may make a short landing at Lukla to refuel the helicopter. This is a testament to the safety and meticulous planning that this tour stresses. This pitstop gives passengers a glimpse into this town, which is the gateway to Everest and is teeming with mountaineers and trekkers. The journey ends in Kathmandu, where passengers can disembark from the plane with stories and memories of the realm of earth meeting the sky.

11:40 AM: Arrive at Kathmandu Domestic Airport

The epic Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour organized by Adventure Club Trek comes to an end at 11:40 am when the helicopter touches down gracefully at the Kathmandu Domestic Airport. From the serenity and tranquility of the Himalayas to the bustle and hustle of Nepal's capital city, the contrast is palpable. Passengers leave the plane with the imprints left by a world seen through the sky - a world of snow-clad mountains, winding rivers, and ancient monasteries. Returning to Kathmandu is not only the end of an adventure but also the beginning of many stories, memories, and reflections centered around the morning spent in the embraces of the highest peaks of the world.

12:00 PM: Drive to the hotel after the adventure

After an exciting helicopter ride over Kathmandu, passengers head to their hotel at noon. They leave the busy airport and drive through Kathmandu's lively streets, seeing how modern and traditional life mix. Adventure Club makes sure the journey is easy so travelers can relax and remember Trek they're amazing Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. The drive lets them think about the calm mountains and the lively city, ending with a comfy stay at the hotel.

Important Notice: Travelers embarking on the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour with Adventure Club Trek should note that flight timings may change due to unpredictable weather in the Himalayan region. Safety is a priority so that flights can be rescheduled based on weather conditions and air traffic. Adventure Club Trek ensures a secure journey for a memorable experience.

    Important Notice: Travelers embarking on the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour with Adventure Club Trek should note that flight timings may change due to unpredictable weather in the Himalayan region. Safety is a priority so that flights can be rescheduled based on weather conditions and air traffic. Adventure Club Trek ensures a secure journey for a memorable experience.

    Cost Details

    Price Includes

    • Comfortable private transportation to the Airport and back to the Hotel
    • Everest helicopter flight takes 4-5 hours with the pilot as your guide.
    • A helicopter flies over Kalapatthar, Everest Base Camp, Khumbu Icefall, and Khumbu Glacier before returning to Everest View Hotel for a 50-minute to 1-hour break
    • Emergency oxygen inside the helicopter.
    • Company service charges
    • Government and local taxes and fuel surcharges

    Price Excludes

    • Nepal visa (USD 30 for 15 days and USD 50 for 30 days and USD$125 for 90 days)
    • Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit (NPR 3000)
    • Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Municipality Permit (2000)
    • Accommodation in Kathmandu
    • Breakfast in Everest View Point Hotel ($32 per person)
    • Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu.
    • Personal travel insurance and medical bills.

    Date & Prices

         
    Start DateStart: MondayJune 24, 2024End DateEnd: MondayJune 24, 2024StatusStatusAvailablePricePriceUS $1199
    Start DateStart: TuesdayJune 25, 2024End DateEnd: TuesdayJune 25, 2024StatusStatusAvailablePricePriceUS $1199
    Start DateStart: WednesdayJune 26, 2024End DateEnd: WednesdayJune 26, 2024StatusStatusAvailablePricePriceUS $1199
    Start DateStart: ThursdayJune 27, 2024End DateEnd: ThursdayJune 27, 2024StatusStatusAvailablePricePriceUS $1199
    Start DateStart: FridayJune 28, 2024End DateEnd: FridayJune 28, 2024StatusStatusAvailablePricePriceUS $1199
    Start DateStart: SaturdayJune 29, 2024End DateEnd: SaturdayJune 29, 2024StatusStatusAvailablePricePriceUS $1199
    Start DateStart: SundayJune 30, 2024End DateEnd: SundayJune 30, 2024StatusStatusAvailablePricePriceUS $1199

    The Published dates for the Everest base camp helicopter tour are guaranteed departures. If you need a different date than the scheduled dates, we will be happy to create trips to suit your needs. Let us know what kind of trip you are looking for, and our travel experts will help customize your dream destination to Everest base camp.

    Useful Info

    Why Book with Adventure Club Trek?

    You should book your Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour with Adventure Club Treks and Expedition for the following reasons:

    • We provide very clear-cut updated trip information at the booking time
    • We do not have any hidden charges that create travelers' chaos and misunderstanding during the trip. We provide ‘NO FRILLS’ prices that are pocket-friendly
    • We have a frequent Everest Base Camp helicopter tour schedule and if you are a solo traveler and looking forward to joining the group, we provide you most suitable departure dates
    • We offer airport pick-up and drop-off services from the hotel.
    • We don't compromise on the services we mention to you at the time of booking

    How safe is the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour in Nepal?

    We are committed to ensuring the safety of our Everest basecamp helicopter tours. Our shuttles have enough power to handle the strong winds and weather up there while maintaining safety. We operate an Everest helicopter tour on a high-altitude flight of 5,643 meters in Nepal, where a helicopter landing to reach the base camp is required. This tour's main goal is to see Mount Everest, including the Himalayan ranges. We don't depart on this tour in bad weather or when it rains. Since helicopters require 1.5 km visibility, this tour is only available in good weather. The Everest Basecamp helicopter tour can be described as safe in one word. We also work with highly qualified pilots and members of the tour crew. They are highly experienced in flying over the Himalayas. A 100% safety guarantee backs the daily Mount Everest helicopter tours.

    Helicopter Models Used for the Flight

    Different helicopter models are used for the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. They are well-maintained, reliable, and offer safe Himalayan journeys. With the rules of the Nepal government, the helicopters can carry 5 passengers at once, so, including captains, there will be six people maximum at once.

    Model: AS350B3e, a helicopter which has been manufactured by Airbus, France. It has got an Ariel 2D engine type. The maximum takeoff weight is 2250 KG, with 5 5-passenger capacity excluding the captain, which can operate at a maximum altitude of 23000 feet.

    Model: AS350 FX II, a helicopter built by Airbus, France. It has got an LTS–101 700D2 engine type. The maximum takeoff weight is 2250 KG, with 5 5-passenger capacity excluding the captain, which can operate at a maximum altitude of 23000 feet.

    Model: AS350 BA, a helicopter which has been built by Airbus, France, has got Ariel 1B engine type. The maximum takeoff weight is 2100 KG, with 5 passengers capacity excluding the captain, which can operate at a maximum altitude of 16,000 feet.

    Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour (Weight Limit)

    The Everest Heli Tour uses helicopters with a maximum weight of 500kg. The Helicopter can accommodate up to five passengers, including the pilot. If the headcount is 3 or less, the Helicopter can take off from Lukla directly to the EBC.

    The maximum weight of the Helicopter increases to 250 kg on average, with an increase in altitude over 4,000 meters. First, we will land at Pheriche to adjust the weight of the Helicopter for a crew exceeding 3. We will then land at the Pheriche to adjust the Helicopter's weight for a headcount exceeding 3.

    Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tours with Landing are available all year round. We recommend autumn (October-November) and spring (March-April) for the best weather and views. Flying in these months will allow you to see the beautiful green valleys and meadows and the white snow-capped mountain ranges.
    Conditions:

    Numbers/Kilograms:

    Maximum number: maximum 5 people per Helicopter
    Weight Limit for 5 people: Maximum 500 kilograms
    Weight Limit for 3 people: Maximum 250 kilograms
    Recommended weight for an average person: 80 kilograms

    Why Helicopter Doesn't Land on Everest Base Camp:

    We acknowledge that some of our clients may want to visit the base camp site. However, it is crucial to preserve the delicate ecosystem of the area. The natural environment can be disrupted by landing a helicopter at Everest Base Camp, resulting in potential harm to local fauna and flora. The challenging terrain surrounding Mount Everest Base Camp makes it challenging to find a secure landing spot for passengers and crew.

    During the peak season, hundreds of trekkers and climbers camp at the base camp. Thus the noise generated by the helicopter can be both disruptive and unsettling for them. Instead, we have carefully selected alternative landing sites in Syangboche, Pheriche, and Kalapatthar. These locations not only provide magnificent views of the Himalayas but are also easily accessible without causing harm to the environment. Our shuttle service from Pheriche to Kalapatthar allows for a closer view of Everest, and with window seats, everyone can enjoy the awe-inspiring mountain vistas. We are committed to delivering a safe and sustainable adventure to our clients. Embark on a Mount Everest helicopter tour that is environmentally friendly and respectful of the local community.

    Major Attractions of the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour with Landing. 

    Kathmandu to Lukla Airport (2,860m/9,383ft)

    Lukla Airport, at an altitude of 2860 meters on the Himalayan terrain, is the busiest gateway to the Everest region. It is about a 35-minute flight from Kathmandu, flying in the northeast direction. It has a single runway for the arrival and departure of aircraft. Flights are operated daily unless the sudden occurrence of harsh weather results in delayed flights. Although it is a short flight duration, due to weather unpredictability, there is a chance of flight delays and ultimate cancellations. An abundant number of hotels, restaurants, and shops surround the entire territory should this happen. Lukla airport is also accessible from Manthali of Ramechhap district in Nepal, which is a mountain terrain located within 4 hours' driving distance from Kathmandu towards the East. It is the start and ending point of Everest Base Camp Treks, along with other treks that operate in the Everest region.

    Namche Bazaar (3,440m/11,286ft)

    A bustling town in the Everest region, Namche Bazaar is located at an altitude of 3440 meters in the Khumbu region and is the capital of this area. It is situated 13 km away from the Lukla airport, which offers excellent accommodation for trekkers in the Everest region. Namche Bazaar is popular for acclimatizing as a rest point as the alpine attitude from here on may affect some trekkers. The town and its surroundings are the abodes of Everest summiteers.

    Namche Bazaar also serves as a commercial hub, where people can trade and barter for almost anything under the sun. Cafés, bakeries, banks, hotels, restaurants, handicrafts, mountain gear shops, etc., facilitate this astonishing town nicknamed the 'Las Vegas of the Khumbu mountainous region. A Sunday market is held every week. Walking in and around the area, you get a glimpse of mountain lifestyles, local schools, health posts, and spiritual sites that include monasteries and shortens. Namche Bazaar is always buzzing with life late into the moonlit nights.

    Tengboche Monastery (12,729ft)

    Tengboche Monastery (or Thangbuchet Monastery) is a spiritual center of Tibetan Buddhist devotees. This monastery is physically placed at the highest point in the region and stands in a league of its own. The monastery, also known as Dawa Choling Gompa, is located at an altitude of 3867 meters (12,729ft). Built in 1916, it gets its linkage to the Rongbuk Monastery of Tibet. It was rebuilt twice after the destruction by an earthquake and by fire a second time. The monastery is located on the way to Everest Base Camp. Thus, it gets thousands of international visitors every year. This UNESCO-listed World Heritage Site nestles in the laps of Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, Thamserku, and Ama Dablam. The well-known Mani Rimdu Festival in Tengboche Monastery is one of the most celebrated festivals for Buddhist devotees and international visitors.

    Everest Base Camp (5,364m/17,660ft)

    The brief name for Everest base camp is popularly known as 'EBC.' EBC is located just below the laps of Mount Everest and Lhotse Peak in Nepal. Covered by snow and ice, the base camp offers great views of the Khumbu glacier, but please be aware that the Everest peak itself cannot be seen from the base camp. Getting to Everest Base Camp is not everyone's final destination; some don't make it due to altitude problems and other medical reasons. However, our helicopter sky tours provide a sublime opportunity to reach there in a single day. During March, April, and May, base camp is a beautiful sight to behold with a whole lot of colorful tents and people because these are months when expeditions get set for summiting Everest. During these months, in particular, you're likely to taste a whole lot of delicacies for your meals at Base Camp due to the expeditionary groups from different countries who get there with their native cuisines. It's a unique time to be at EBC & Kalapathar peak due to the clear blue skies when Mt. Everest is best seen. If you're trekking it out to EBC, it's a 3.4 km journey to EBC from Gorakshep, which is the last human settlement on this route.

    Kalapathar (5,550m/18,208ft)

    The Nepali name "Kalapathar" means 'black rock.' The stony black hill is located on the south ridge of Mount Everest from the Nepal side. The main focus of our Everest helicopter tour is to reach Kalapathar, from where the grand views of Mount Everest can be seen. During your flight, Kalapathar viewpoint offers close upfront views of surrounding peaks, including Mt Everest. Because of its graceful viewpoint of the Everest region's remarkable peaks, every trekker climbs this ridge south of Pumori Peak, especially from Gorakshep. The breathtaking close-up views of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Changtse, along with other neighboring peaks, can be explored from Kalapathar. Trekkers haul up overnight at Gorakshep for the following morning hike to reach Kalapathar's viewpoint. Mount Everest, Pumori, Amadablam, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Chola Pass peaks are seen from this master viewpoint. You get the feeling that you can almost touch these giant peaks.

    Everest View Hotel (3,880m/12,729ft)

    Located at the highest altitude in this area, the luxury Everest View Hotel just above Namche Bazaar offers majestic views of famous peaks in the Everest region. Our Helicopter hauls up at this hotel for breakfast. With a special breakfast laid out for you, it's a feel that's close to royalty. You will have an hour at this hotel, and your time here is planned in a way to make sure you have enough individual space to enjoy the beautiful surroundings before taking off to Kathmandu. This lovely hotel was built in 1971 A.D. The hotel offers deluxe accommodations and extraordinary gourmet meals. Global trekkers on the way to EBC or Gokyo Lake hike to this place from Namche to get used to the thin air at altitude. The 360-degree view of the awe-inspiring peaks, including the top of the world - Mt. Everest (8848.86 meters), provides mind-blowing views from this hotel. Additionally, this is a great point to explore the surrounding evergreen woods, rhododendron flowers, and juniper shrubs.

    Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour: Private Vs. Group Flight:

    The Everest Base Camp Helicopter flight can be enjoyed by taking a private flight or in a group. It depends upon the choice made by an individual. The whole Helicopter is booked for you if you take a private flight. You can choose any seat you want. Even have any window seat you want!!! Just sit back chilled in your seat and enjoy the jaw-dropping scene of the Everest region. However, the cost might be high.

    If you take a group flight with your friends, you might not get the seat you want, but you can share the amazing experience of the Everest region with your friends or family. The price also gets dropped according to the group size.

    FAQs

    • Q1. How do I book an Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour with the company?

      Adventure Club Trek has made an easy booking system. You can complete our trip booking form on the website by visiting the package. Once you complete the form, please give us time for the different process because you need to send us your passport copy with your weight information. It is important as the helicopter has weight limitations and applies mostly in the thin air region. For quick communication, you can contact us on WhatsApp: at +977 9851025658 or email us at: adventureclubtreks@gmail.com, info@adventureclubtrek.com

    • Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour flies over the Everest Base Camp and allows you to explore the grand vistas. Then it lands at Kalapatthar, the best location to explore the 360-degree views of the giant Himalayan peaks. The helicopter can land at base camp if you want it, but landing at Base Camp depends on wind speed. Sometimes, the landing spot at Everest Base Camp disappears due to landslides. To keep you informed, you will not see Mt. Everest from its Base Camp. In case it’s not possible to land, the pilot takes a touching distance between the base camp and Everest.

    • We accept bookings for Everest base camp helicopter tours for all age groups; however, for elderly people of over 75 age, one should consult with their doctors before signing a Helicopter tour, especially on high destinations like Everest Base Camp.

    • Yes, we have all the options for these helicopter flights on our scheduled helicopter flight dates. One should confirm with our Company about their Everest base camp helicopter flight choice one day before the flight. We pick you up by helicopter after you complete the Everest base camp trek - this is also called the Everest base camp helicopter trek. Contact Us for this service.

    • At present, there are five different private Helicopter companies that operate for a Joy ride to Everest Base Camp. Namely Air Dynasty, Mountain Air, Simrik Air, Fish Tail Air, and Karnali Air. Our Company, Adventure Club Trek, has good relationships with all Helicopter companies to operate our Helicopter tour.

    • ATM service is not available at Everest View Hotel. The only ATM service in Everest Region is found at Namche Bazaar, which is below Everest View Hotel.

    • Food and drinks at Everest View Hotel are of international standard and quality. Food and drinks served at the hotel located at the top of the world are one of the major attractions of the Everest base camp helicopter tour. On top of that, you get the backdrop view of mind-boggling Everest and the neighboring Himalayas.

    • The weather in Mount Everest is hard to predict; therefore, we call local people and get a live update. During monsoons, it might get affected. But usually, the early morning helicopter flights to the Everest region are calm and unaffected.

    • Yes, we provide a charter chopper service to the Everest base camp. Our price for a private helicopter cost is very reasonable and fair. We guarantee the best cost and service with our experienced pilots and guides. If you share the Helicopter, it costs cheaper. However, if you want to charter a Private Helicopter for your tour to Everest base camp, it costs a little bit higher. For the discounted price, please Contact Us.

    • You are provided with 10 to 20 minutes at the Everest base camp region in Helicopter. It is quite enough time for you to enjoy the beautiful sight and scenery of rugged mountains and glaciers. Due to the high altitude threat at the Everest base camp, a longer time is not recommended. But at the hotel View, we will stay for one hour.

    • Most of them are Nepalese pilots with very good experience and multiple flights to the Everest base camp region. There are also a few Western pilots.

    • The Everest Base camp Helicopter tour takes you to the most attractive area of the Everest Himalayas, which is Kalapathar peak. You get an opportunity to witness the Himalayas from a close distance, and landing at Kalapathar offers you stunning 360-degree views. Based on the weather condition, you will get about 15-20 minutes at Kalapathar. The time of landing duration at Kalapathar seems a bit short. However, it is enough to snap those incredible Himalayan views take group photos, and soak in the surroundings. On the other hand, it is not a good idea to spend a long landing time at 5545 meters altitude with a low level of oxygen in the air regarding your safety. The Helicopter stands there without putting off its engine to keep it warm & functioning.

    • Mostly a captain and a co-pilot fly the Helicopter. In some cases, the Helicopter is piloted by only 1 Captain in order to minimize the weight and make a safe landing.

       

    • Yes, we do accept Visa cards and other widely used Credit Cards, where a 3-4 % surcharge will be added on top of the total cost.

    • Boots are preferred over normal shoes for your helicopter tour to the Everest base camp. Boots are comfortable and safe for optional short walks around the village or near the base camp, where the ground can be rough with stones and rocks.

    • The helicopter pilots are well-trained and highly professional. We operate the Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour, which is flown by pilots having decades of experience in flying over the Himalayas. They are familiar with the possible challenges on the trip and are highly informed about mountain conditions. They have intensive knowledge of medicines and are well-prepared in case of an emergency. Only pilots who are familiar with this particular route are used on trips of this kind. So, you can travel being confident about your safety. Your safety is absolutely critical to our survival in the business. So rest assured your helicopter tour to the Everest base camp region is in safe hands!!!

       

    • Yes, the helicopter carries an oxygen cylinder, which will be used in case of an emergency that addresses your safety on the tour.

    • All the charges will be included in the Everest helicopter trip cost. You don't need to worry about the hidden costs. We explain all the costs and payments to our clients beforehand, not adding a cent more during the trip. This is a good question that must be asked.

    • It is  a common question that travelers are often curious about. It is not possible to fly over the top of Mt. Everest by helicopter ride. The ultimate altitude of this tallest peak on earth is 8848.86 meters, which is far more to access by helicopter due to the air pressure and quickly changing weather conditions. Thus, flying around the Everest base camp and landing at Kalapatthar is the best way to discover the hidden beauties of the Everest region.

    • The Helicopter that operates the Everest Base camp tour can fly about 5500 meters at altitude. However, the engine capacity is the main issue. The high altitude and air pressure limit them from flying higher than this. The chopper flies at a higher level at an altitude of 5500 meters and lands at Kalapatthar.

    • Taking kids with you on the Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour is allowed without any trouble. It is a children-friendly trip, which is comfortable and safe. The supplementary oxygen carried by the Helicopter offers safety if the kids encounter altitude problems.

    • As per regulations of the aviation department of the Nepal government, a helicopter can carry 5 passengers, excluding a captain who flies a helicopter. The total weight of the passengers should not exceed 500 kg generally, but flying above 4000 meters, the weight limit is only 250 kg due to the altitude. So, only three passengers can fly to Everest base camp at once above Pheriche.

    • Of course, you do have a joining option on the Everest base camp helicopter tour. To check the availability date, you need to mention your preferred date. Then we will manage your helicopter tour to the Everest base camp tour and let you know further details.

    • Lisa Usman
      Lisa UsmanIndonesiaDate: December 22, 2023

      Amazing last minute trip

      I went to Nepal without any planning in advance. As soon as I arrived, Got in contact with Mr. Birendra. He was super helpful and managed to arrange last-minute helicopter tours to the Annapurna base camp and the Everest base camp. Amazing experience on both heli trips.

    • Go7921100
      Go7921100United StatesDate: January 25, 2023

      A MUST HAVE EXPERIENCE!

      This is a MUST if you are traveling to Nepal or Bhutan! I have been to 30 countries and the Everest Base Camp helicopter tour was by far and away the most incredible experience I have had. Our Sherpa was incredibly friendly and attentive to us while we hiked along a beautiful river with stunning views of the Himalayas.

      Our organized tour in Bhutan was unforgettable and the perfect way to explore this country that feels like stepping back in time.

      I highly recommend Birendra and these tours to first-time and returning travelers.

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