Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour

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  • Difficulty
    Strenuous Plus
  • Accomodation
  • Altitude
  • Duration
    4 Days
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One of the greatest ways to get up close and personal with the world’s tallest peak, Mount Everest at 8848.86 meters, is to take a helicopter tour of Everest Base Camp. The helicopter flight tour lasts for one day and lands at Everest Base or Kala Patthar.

At a fair price, enjoy an opulent journey through the stunning Khumbu region. Additionally, take advantage of the EBC Helicopter Tour to witness the Himalayas unfold from the cozy and high viewpoint of a helicopter.

First thing in the morning is the scenic tour of the mountains from the comfort of a moderately sized helicopter with three to four seats. Of course, take off from Kathmandu and head east to Lukla. We depart from Lukla, a stunning Sherpa settlement, to start our adventure with a view of the Himalayas.

The most significant thing is that Mt. Everest offers views of Mt. Makalu. The greatest mountain panoramas and views are available with the ultimate Mount Everest base camp helicopter trips.

The most well-known landing spot is Kala Patthar Viewpoint, which offers expansive vistas of the whole Himalaya range from its dark hilltop. Savor the wonder of up-close views of the plunging Khumbu Ice Falls and glaciers before making a quick stop at Thyangboche Monastery on the way back. It’s a beautiful location with towering peaks and beautiful forests all around.

Then, after taking in the breathtaking Himalayan scenery for twenty minutes while having breakfast at a hotel in Syangboche, return to Lukla for refueling, and then make your way back to Kathmandu to conclude your incredible helicopter day tour of Everest.

The maximum adventurous and exhilarating helicopter experience in Nepal is the EBC Helicopter experience. On the other hand, it offers you the front side of Everest and the other Himalayan mountains. From Kala Patthar, you get a special possibility to revel in the return on the exceptional fee assured.

An as-soon-as-in-a-lifetime adventure awaits you, along with enduring recollections and a story to proportion along with your pals within the hopes of inspiring others to partake in the bold helicopter excursion.

Highlights of the Everest Base Camp  Helicopter Tour

  • Enjoy aerial views of the recognizable peaks, Sherpa settlements, and the amazing Nepalese Himalayas from a helicopter.
  • Take in the breathtaking views of Makalu, Ama Dablam, Pumori, Thamserku, Everest, Lhotse, and Kanchenjunga.
  • Enjoy a freshly prepared breakfast at the same time as admiring the peace of Everest’s base camp.
    Anyone with limited time is counseled to move directly to Everest Base Camp in place of attempting the tough ascent.
  • Get up near and customize your photographs while admiring the arena’s tallest top and the Khumbu vicinity’s marvelous splendor.
  •  Including ground time in Kalapathar or EBC, Pheriche, and Lukla.
    Best time: September – December and January and June.


Day 01Arrival at Kathmandu (1,350m)

Today we arrived in Kathmandu. Our tour representative will pick you up from the airport and our guide will give you the tour of Kathmandu. Overnight at Kathmandu.

Day 02Kathmandu to Lukla (2,860m)

The Everest helicopter tour starts from Kathmandu. After arriving at the domestic airport, board your chopper and fly towards Lukla. The trip to Lukla offers breathtaking views of the Kathmandu Valley, including the concert jungles. As you cross the valley, you can see the stunning vistas of the verdant hills of central Nepal, which are a part of the massive Mahabharat range.

Lukla is the settlement that you will come across when you soar over the scattered settlements that line Nepal’s central slopes. a lovely community tucked up on a hill.

The flight lasts between thirty and forty-five minutes. After you get to Lukla, stop for a little rest. At Lukla, the chopper needs to be refueled. After a quick 10- to 15-minute break, board the helicopter once more.

Day 03Lukla to Kala Patthar (5,644m)

Nestled at an elevation of 5,550 meters is a well-known viewpoint of the Khumbu region called Kala Patthar. Trekkers frequently swarm this spot to see the scenery from a different angle, and the daybreak views are breathtaking from this location.

You may reach the summit of Kala Patthar in 15 to 20 minutes by plane, flying over several villages along the well-known Everest trek. Fly over the vast wilderness of Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the communities of Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, and Gorak Shep.

Once you reach the summit of Kala Patthar, revel in the views of Himalayan vistas. With views of Everest and Lhotse above 8,000 meters, Nuptse, Changtse, and Pumori above 7,000 meters, Ama Dablam, Chumbu, Thamserku, Kangtega, Taboche, and Lobuche above 6,000 meters, as well as countless other peaks of the Greater Himalayan range, glaciers, and icefalls, the 360-degree mountain view from Kala Patthar is breathtaking.

Kala Patthar to Everest View Hotel

Flying past the vast wilderness of the Khumbu region and hovering next to the enormous mountains, make your way to the Everest View Hotel. Although the flight is brief, the scenery is breathtaking. One of the highest hotels in the world, the Everest View offers 360-degree views of the Khumbu region’s Himalayas.

Breakfast at the Everest View Hotel

When you go to the hotel, you’ll be able to enjoy breakfast while admiring the Himalayas and dense forests filled with rhododendrons, evergreen fir, and plants. After a 30-minute break, you will proceed in the direction of Lukla.

Everest View Hotel to Lukla for refueling

Enjoy the breathtaking vistas of the Khumbu region’s lush environment and snow-capped mountains. You will arrive in Lukla after flying past a number of the trail’s scattered communities. You will have a quick 10- to 15-minute break at Lukla as the chopper needs to refuel. Refuel and then return to Kathmandu.

Day 04 Lukla to Kathmandu (1,350m)

The trip is around 45 minutes long and 136 kilometers long. Take off toward the verdant hills of central Nepal, bypassing the mountains and the alpine region. You will fly over several small towns and cities before arriving in the Kathmandu Valley’s concrete jungle.

When our representative arrives in Kathmandu, they will help you find lodging. You have the remainder of the day to wander on your own, take a guided tour, or spend exploring this energetic city.

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Depending on the chosen package deal, travelers can also have the threat to discover nearby sights, along with the Khumbu Glacier, and interact with the precise Sherpa tradition.

Important concerns include the climate, as flights are challenging to situations, and altitude outcomes because the touchdown site is at an elevation exceeding 17,000 toes. Dressing in layers, staying hydrated, and being organized for varying temperatures are important. Additionally, bringing a great digital camera is usually recommended to seize the lovely landscapes.

Costs range based totally on the tour operator, bundle inclusions, and offerings provided. Booking with a good operator, making sure compliance with protection guidelines, and checking for essential alloys are important steps for an easy and exciting experience.

In essence, an Everest Base Camp Heli Tour gives an efficient and breathtaking glimpse of the Himalayas, making it a great choice for those in search of a shorter journey or dealing with physical constraints.


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We encourage all of our visitors to have travel insurance that includes emergency medical evacuation because the cost of a helicopter rescue can vary greatly depending on the location, from $4000-$6000.

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