One day Everest Base camp tour by Helicopter

One day Everest Base camp tour by Helicopter

One day Everest Base camp tour by Helicopter


Nepal is the perfect destination for the travelers seeking for mountain views but some ends up missing the opportunity to know and feel the mountains closely due to busy schedule and lack of time. Despite having endless desire of visiting the magnificent and glorious Mt.Everest once in a life time, due to hazardous process of planning and arranging almost two weeks long trek, to most travelling plans becomes limited to wish list. Now not more!!! We have come up with the special package “Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour.”

As an alternative for long treks, Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour offers private or sharing ride to the Everest Base Camp which is one of the world’s famous tourist destination. Our helicopter flight to Everest Base Camp can accommodate 2 pax, 3 pax, 4 pax and up-to 6 people with full window seats allowing you to enjoy marvelous views and scenery. Although flight departure on a daily basis, best season for heli tour to Everest Base Camp falls between March to May and September to mid- December. The adventurous tour to the mountains begins and ends at Kathmandu. As you depart from the Kathmandu you will experience yourself being away from the city life. As you fly higher towards the eastern part of Nepal (Solukhumbu) your vision will strike upon famous tourism route and valleys like Lukla, Namche- bazaar, Tyangboche, and Dingboche. At the end, scenic flight to Mount Everest by helicopter tour takes you to the Base Camp of tallest peak in the world and Kalapatthar view point.

In general there will be two stops in this tour. The first stop is at Everest Base Camp or Kalapatthar View Point which is most important as massive views of entire Himalayas can be seen from this black hill and the second stop is at Hotel Everest View where you will have breakfast enjoying the scenario of mountains.

This heli tour will enable you to witness the pleasure of seeing mesmerizing snow capped mountains like Mt. Everest (8,848M), Mt. Nuptse (7,864M), Mt. Pumori (7,156M), Mt. Cho Oyu (8,153M), Mt. Lhotse (8,513M) along with hundreds of impressive peaks towering tall in entire Everest region. The heli tour to Everest Base Camp will definitely make you realize how incredible the Nepal really is by flying above it. After completing the tour will have no doubt on the investment you made to capture the memory of lifetime or giving a tick to your bucket list.

Important Note: Spending only around 5 minutes in Kala Patthar will prevent us from getting altitude sickness. Our helicopter will be on stand-by at Kala Patthar, therefore, it is technically impossible to spend more than the allocated time.


  • Kathmandu to Lukla
  • Lukla to Everest Base Camp (fly over)
  • Everest Base Camp to Kala Patthar for magnificent views of the Everest panorama
  • Kala Patthar to Everest view hotel (breakfast in Everest view hotel amidst the Himalayan vista)
  • Syangboche to Lukla
  • Lukla to Kathmandu

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  • Airport pick-up and drop-off by a private vehicle
  • 4-5 hours helicopter flight
  • National Park fee
  • Breakfast in Everest View Hotel
  • Company service charges
  • All government and local taxes
  • Emergency oxygen available inside the helicopter.

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