Everest Helicopter Tours

Nepal Holiday Organizer runs Heli Tours to Mt. Everest and high Khumbu valley where you fly in the very notch of world highest Mt. Everest at stone throw distance with adjoin giant peaks, with a glimpse of Sherpa Buddhist culture and impressive monasteries includes refreshment stops for lunch-coffee / tea stops and to witness local culture and custom.
Flight continues reaching at Gorakshep at 5,180 m high near proper Everest base camp located beneath Kalapathar hill and Mt. Pumori, this spot with few nice lodges for trekkers to stay.

Starting our Everest Heli Tours, early morning with clear blue sky heading higher with panoramic views of mountains then reaching near Everest base camp with closest views of Everest and then stopping around interesting Sherpa villages in Lukla-Namche Bazaar  or including scenic Tengboche Monastery and then heading back to Kathmandu after an incredible experience on Everest Heli Tours.

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Everest Heli tour starts from Kathmandu, first you are picked-up from your hotel and transfer to domestic airport in Kathmandu, flying east from Kathmandu towards the beautiful Himalaya and the gateway to Everest, Lukla. The flight starts flying towards Everest Base Camp/Kalapathar after fueling in Likla. The flight goes over the Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorakshep and over the Khumbu glacier to reach the Base camp of Mount Everest.

It gives you some of the best mountain views and sceneries. And on the way back, you will have 25 minutes at Syangboche (Hotel Everest view) for Breakfast. Syangboche has excellent views of Mt. Everest and its range. Further, you will fly back to Lukla for fueling again and then to Kathmandu to end your lifetime Experience of Everest tour by helicopter.

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Traveller Reviews

Jacky Killy
It’s a shame that so many trekkers stayed away from the Manaslu Trek after the April 2015 earthquake. There was a big lack of information about the safety of trails…
Mich Pung
The classic style of trekking in Nepal is to camp in tents and employ Porters to carry your gears and Sherpas to set up camp, cook and serve meals. You…

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