The Everest Heli tour from Kathmandu accurately portrays Nepal's white landscape. The mountain ranges of the Himalayas, including Mt. Makalu Nuptse, Pumori, Loa Tse and Mount Everest, are viewed from a sophisticated, high-end window seat during the helicopter ride.
From Kathmandu, we take off early in the morning, and our first sight of Langtang mountain is on our way out. We gradually approach the sacred Gokyo valley in the Everest region with its lovely snow-capped mountains, freshwater lakes, and the majestic Khumbu glacier.
Helicopter flight attendants will provide a brief introduction to the Himalayan peaks as we fly over Everest. A stunning mountain floating above 8000 meters will be visible throughout our trip.
Providing a window seat along the way is Eternal Himalaya Adventure's way of capturing the spirit of a once in a lifetime trip. Creating a memorable flight experience is very important to us. Visitors here for the Eternal Himalaya Adventure who are willing to learn more about the Himalayas in their natural state will gain a unique experience with this Everest Heli ride.
Tours depart from Tribhuwan International Airport's domestic terminal to reach Everest Base Camp. You'll get a bird's eye view of many heritage sites from the air as your flight takes off from the airport. In front of your eyes, start the snowcapped peaks on the eastern side of the mountain range. To complete some of the chopper's procedures, it will land at an airport. Lukla village is surrounded by the Himalayan chain, which you can see while enjoying the break.
During February and May, as well as October and December, Everest Heli rides are available. Consider what adventure seekers would like to do in Everest if they want to have an authentic experience. If that's the case, we do have a well-crafted Everest Base Camp package including the glaciers, three passes of Everest, as well as the Gokyo Ri and Gokyo Lakes. However, if you want to design your own travel package, you can do so with the Eternal Himalaya Adventur