The highlight of Everest Base Camp Trek &Helicopter Return.
- Mount Everest (8 848.86 m), & other Himalayan Giants.
- Enjoy the breathtaking aerial views of the Himalayas on your way to Lukla.
- Namche Bazaar is the cultural and entrance hub of Everest Region.
- Immerse yourself in the vibrant culture and traditions of the Sherpa people.
- Enjoy a scenic helicopter flight from Gorakshep, Nepal, to Kathmandu.
- The serene atmosphere in the charming Tengboche Monastery.
- Sagarmatha National Park is a wilderness experience.
- Take a look at the Khumbu Glacier and Khumbu Icefall.
- Beautiful trek to Kala Patthar (5555 m) and Nangkartsang Peak (5083 m).
Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return 10 Days is for those with limited time and who wish to visitEverest Base Camp. EBC Trek with Helicopter Return offers the opportunity to explore the Himalayas as well as take a Helicopter ride over Everest Base Camp. This popular and rewarding trek starts in Lukla and ends at Gorekshep with a return helicopter flight to Kathmandu. You'll see stunning Himalayan scenery, ancient Buddhist monasteries, and wildlife on the trip. You will need to be in good physical shape and have mental stamina to complete this journey.
Our uniquely designed EBC Trek itinerary will lead you to the highlights of the ancient path, starting from the exciting landing at Lukla to the busy towns of Namche Bazaar and Tengboche. You'll even get to enjoy a helicopter ride from Gorkhashep to Kathmandu, a unique experience that will surely become one of your favorite memories. It's no surprise that the Himalayas and the friendly people living there will leave you amazed. For many visitors to Nepal, completing the Everest Base Camp Trek is a truly life-changing experience.
We will hike early in the morning to Kalapatthar after visiting Everest Base Camp., the highest point on the trek. From here, you can see 360-degree views of some of the world’s highest mountains. Everest (8.848 m), Lhotse (Lhotse Nuptse), Pumori Ama Dablam Khumbuste Thamserku Island Peak, and other peaks. We then trek down to Gorakshep and take a scenic Helicopter back to Kathmandu. The spectacular Himalayan scenery and valleys will reward you. The Short Everest Base Camp Trek with a Helicopter Flight Back to Kathmandu is designed to account for flight cancellations or risks at Lukla.
Everest Base Camp Trek (10 Days) with Helicopter Return is an amazing and unique way to discover the Mount Everest Himalayan region. This trekking package includes a helicopter return and is ideal for those who wish to explore Mt. Everest (8.849 meters) in a short period. Everest Base Camp Trek With Helicopter Return offers a short but exciting trip that allows you to see the most beautiful mountain ranges and ends at the foothills of Everest. It is not as adventurous as the longer versions. The Everest Base Camp Trek is about 65 km. This means that the trekkers will cover around 130 km on the return route.
In the Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return, however, you are picked up from Gorakshep, which is 5,160 meters above sea level, cutting the duration of the expedition by nearly half. This is an excellent way to experience the Himalayas and reduce the stress of one of the most difficult treks on the planet. The helicopter's return flight offers a bird's eye view of the majestic massifs as they move across high-altitude cultures to deep valleys and lush green hills. It is the perfect way to end the high Himalayan adventure.
EBC Heli Return journey isn't just about the destination. It's also about the moments and experiences we have along the way. The Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return helps you to remember the victory over Mt. Everest. The memory of Everest flashes through your mind and brings you joy whenever you're in a reflective mood. This is a notable achievement that will make you the talk of your entire life. What are you still waiting for? Adventure Club Treks will allow you to experience the Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return in its entirety and show the Himalayan wilderness.
When is the Best Time to trek to Everest Base Camp with Helicopter Return?
The best times to go hiking to Everest Base Camp with a helicopter ride back are in spring and autumn. These months, from March to May and September to November, have nice weather and amazing mountain views. Winter, from December to February, is cold with snow-covered slopes, but the mountain views are still stunning. Summer, from June to August, has rain in the lower part of the country, so it's not the best time for hiking. If you like less crowded places, it's a good idea to plan your vacation during the summer months.
How Difficult is Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return
The EBC trek and helicopter return is a cool adventure to the base camp of the world’s highest mountain. You walk up one way, but no need to walk back down! After reaching the base camp, you get a thrilling helicopter ride back to Lukla or Kathmandu. It's not too hard – more like a challenging hike than climbing. The Everest Base Camp trek is a moderate or demanding trek that does not require any technical expertise in mountaineering. Just be ready for a 7 to 9-day walk to 5,364m (17,599ft) up and enjoy different landscapes along the way. The best part? Helicopter ride back for a quick and exciting trip down!
How much does it cost to trek from Everest Basecamp with a helicopter return?
A 10-day Everest Base Camp Trek with helicopter return costs between $2579 and $2179 per person, and This is a shared helicopter. Contact us if you want a private Helicopter charter. This journey takes you through the Himalayas and offers stunning views of Mount Everest. This package includes a scenic flight back from Gorekshep. It is a convenient and unique way to end the trek. The 10-day itinerary is designed to allow for acclimatization as well as exploration of important landmarks such as Namche Bazaar and Dingbouche. Prices can vary based on tour operators, inclusions, and time of the year. Check with several providers to find out which option best suits your budget and preferences.
What kind of food can you get on the Everest Base Camp Trek?
For breakfast, you can have pancakes, cornflakes, local bread, chapatti, porridge, eggs in different styles (fried, scrambled, boiled, and omelet), toast, Muesli with milk, hash brown potatoes, and more. Lunch options include Dhal, Bhat, Tarkari, Tenduk Spaghetti Noodles, Thukpa, Pasta, Vegetable Curry, Potatoes, Tibetan Bread, different soups, Sherpa Stew, steaks, sandwiches, momo (dumplings), macaroni meals, vegetables, salad, pizza, snacks, desserts, and more. The dinner menu offers the same as the lunch menu, featuring a variety of soups like tomato, chicken, mushroom, garlic, and others.
What is the place to stay during the Everest Base Camp Trek?
In Kathmandu, you'll stay in a three-star hotel overnight. During the helicopter return from Gorakshep on the Everest Base Camp Trek, your accommodation will mainly be teahouses. These teahouses in Nepal are affordable, comfortable, and designed specifically for tourists. Most of them have basic amenities like low-rise beds with foam mattresses, walls made of plaster or wood panels, and typically just one window. Some teahouses have individual room heaters, while others have a central burner that is lit at night. Unlike many hotels, some teahouses even provide hot showers. Most places offer electrical charging, but it may come with a fee. It's recommended to book double rooms, especially during the busiest season, as securing a single room might be challenging in our suggested itinerary.