Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour is the perfect way for you to explore the Everest Base Camp and witness the artistry of the Everest Region. You get to feast upon the surreal beauty of the snowcapped Himalayas like Khongde Ri ( 6093 m), Kapsale (5583 m), Khumbi (5761 m), and Tobuche (6367 m) along the way to your destination. Not to mention the view from the Kalapthar is otherworldly.
The Heli Tour to Everest Base Camp is a classy way to enjoy the elegance of the Everest Himalayas. It is the best-suited tour for people with a short amount of time. The best time of the year for the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour is Spring and Autumn. March, April, and May are the best months as they come just after the winter season. As we all know, the winter season brings snow to the mountains. Autumn (September, October, and November) is also a good season. The cost of a Heli tour to Everest Base Camp depends upon the time of the year and varies from one company to another. The general price starts at $1050.
First of all, the trip begins from Kathmandu, where a company staff will pick you up at the hotel of your stay. Then, a short drive to the Tribhuvan International Airport. Here, you will be briefed about to-dos and not to-dos on the trip. Then, you board a helicopter and head towards the Everest region.
Upon exiting the confines of the Kathmandu Valley, lush green hills welcome you with fresh air immense views of stunning landscapes. Within no time, you will be able to see Lukla village and the airport. Lukla Airport is one of the world's dangerous airports at the height of 2860 m. Flying over the Sagarmatha National Park, you begin to notice the mountains like Cholatse (6440 m) and Lobuche (6367 m). The rocky landscapes embody wilderness, one of its own.
It is exciting to fly beside those rocky structures that stand tall and unbothered. Namche Bazar starts appearing at a far distance. The aerial view of Namche is sublime. Khumde (5583 m) and Khumbu (5761 m) stand tall in the background. As you fly over the Namche Bazar, you notice the Namche Bazaar airport, which is not in its best condition, but the sight of the mountain ranges is mesmerizing. After a while, you fly over the Khumjung village at the height of 3780 m. It clenches its beauty covered with green roofing.
Small Sherpa settlements on the top of the hills are scenic. The Dudh Koshi river flowing from the Himalayas provides an enticing view, which is the icing on a cake. The river gushing down the valley embodies the trek route to the Everest Base Camp on its banks. Phortse is a beautiful Sherpa settlement at the height of 3840m. As you fly towards North, Ama Dablam (6812 m) and Lhotse (8501 m) greet you to the experience of a lifetime.
From the helicopter, you will notice the trek routes towards the Everest Base Camp, which extend like a string on an uneven surface. The trail on the slope of rocky mountains and the barren wilderness itself is adventurous from the air. As you fly towards Dingboche, gigantic brown hills crowned with rocky edges stand tall before the snow-capped mountain ranges.
Near the Pheriche village (4240 m) on the bank of Dudh Koshi, the helicopter will land to adjust the number of passengers. The helicopter can only hold the weight of 3 passengers besides the pilot above the height of 5550 m. This place offers you 360 degrees panoramic views of the mountains like Cho Oyu (8201 m), Lobuche East (6118 m), Tabuche (6367 m), Kantega (6658 m), Thamserku (6608 m), and more.
- A once in a lifetime adventure to the foothills of the majestic Mt. Everest (8,848m)
- Enjoy the mesmerizing natural beauty of the Sagarmatha National Park
- Touch down at Everest Base Camp for a thrilling experience in the Himalayas
- Enjoy views of mountains like Cho Oyu (8201m), Lhotse (8516m), and Nuptse (7861m)
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Nepal / Bagmati / Kathmandu
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