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Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour 2024

Everest Base Camp Heli Tour 2024 Are you in a short time and yet want to reach Everest Base Camp (5,364m)? Do you want to make your Everest Dream come true without trekking along the rugged, steep trekking routes? Are you physically and psychologically challenged and yet want to experience Everest Base Camp?

For all those under the abovementioned circumstances, we have designed Everest Base Camp Heli Tour. Everest Helicopter Tour helps you reach Everest Base Camp (5,364m) in about an hour from the domestic terminal of the Kathmandu Airport

Everest Base Camp Heli Tour begins when you fly to the Lukla Airport after taking a circumambulation of the Kathmandu Valley. During the 35-minute Kathmandu-Lukla flight, you will enjoy the aerial view of almost all 8,000ers of Nepal including high hills and lush valleys.

Sitting in the window seat, you will get to fly around the gigantic mountains dazzling with the first sunrays of the day. The morning views of the refreshing snowy peaks are the best scenery one can ever have in their lifetime! 

The gorges, glacial lakes, towering peaks, icefalls, alpine landscapes, lush forests of Sagarmatha National Park, and many more are the rewards of a helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp. The Tibetan Buddhist shrines and the Sherpa settlement areas of the Khumbu Region make your helicopter ride over Mount Everest more memorable. 

Flying like a hawk over the world’s highest mountains is the most splendid thing you can have in your life, right? The pilot helps you figure out the individual natural and cultural landmarks of the Everest Region during the flight over Everest.

Everest Base Camp Heli Tour

Everest Base Camp Heli Tour Trip highlights:

  • Useful for people of all ages and physical conditions who have limited time in Nepal
  • Shortest trip to accomplish your Everest Dream
  • Aerial view of all 8,000ers of Nepal
  • Both private and shared helicopter tour
  • Both helicopter tours with and without landing
  • Possible throughout the year

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour with Landing:

Everest Base Camp Heli Tour with Landing is a rather different experience from EBC Trek. The chopper lands once at the Tenzing Hillary Airport, the gateway to EBC Trek, Gokyo Lakes Trek, and Everest Three High Passes Trek. After leaving the fuel at the Lukla Airport, you take a helicopter ride over Everest and land at Kalapathhar (5,555m). 

As you may suffer from altitude sickness, the chopper does not stop there for more than 10-15 minutes. While at Kalapatthar, you witness the closest view of the Giant Himalayas including the world’s highest Mt. Everest (8,848.86m). 

Capture as many pictures as your camera battery can by keeping the sparkling snowcapped peaks in the background. Enjoy the Khumbu Icefall and the Khumbu Glacier from Kalapatthar View Point as well.

Then, the chopper of your Everest Base Camp Heli Tour with Landing lands at the helipad of Everest View Hotel. It is one of the world’s highest-placed hotels where the shuttle waits for about 30 minutes. You can have breakfast or lunch by observing the Giant Himalayas including Mount Everest. 

Next, the helicopter lands at Lukla Airport for refueling and flies back to Kathmandu Airport. In this way, your Everest Helicopter Tour with Landing completes within two hours and fifteen minutes. 

Everest Base Camp Heli Tour

Everest Base Camp Heli Tour without Landing:

If you want to fulfill your Everest Dream in less than two hours, the Everest Base Camp Heli Tour without Landing is the only option. 

The chopper lands at the Lukla Airport to unload the fuel and then, flies directly towards Everest Base Camp. During the flight, what you see is just the spellbinding mountains smiling and welcoming you to their vicinity. 

Flying over the glacial lakes, Sherpa villages within Sagarmatha National Park, the Khumbu Icefall, the Khumbu Glacier, and many other peaks, the chopper returns to the Lukla Airport. After refueling there, your Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour without Landing ends as the helicopter flies back to Kathmandu.

Everest Base Camp Heli Tour Cost:

Everest Base Camp Heli Tour Cost depends upon the type of trip you want to make. You can do either a private Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour or a shared Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. 

In other words, the cost of the Everest Helicopter Tour is determined by whether you share the helicopter with another group or make it on your own.  A shuttle can carry a maximum of five passengers i.e. 5x at once during Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. In a private Everest Heli Tour, you must have your own group sharing both the shuttle and the price. 

Even if you do a solo helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp, you must pay the entire charge on your own. In a sharing Everest Base Camp Heli Tour, you will join another group and pay your cost divided by five persons. On this note, the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Cost is higher for a solo traveler than for a sharing EBC Heli ride over Everest.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Best Time:

You need to know Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Best Time before planning the trip. On fine days with clear skies, you can do Everest Base Camp Heli Tour throughout the year. However, the weather in the winter and rainy seasons cannot be predicted easily.  

Moreover, the fog and mists in the winter season might create problems with visibility. During the rainy seasons, heavy showers and thunderstorms can occur anytime disturbing flights over Everest. 

The Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour's Best Time is in the spring and autumn seasons. During the spring (March-May) and the autumn (September-November), the weather remains stable serving the best visibility. You can enjoy the picturesque vistas all around!

Contact Himalayan Connections for Everest Base Camp Heli Tour at the best time at the most reasonable cost.

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