Duration: 4 Hours
Max. Group: 5 Persons
Route: Kathmandu - Lukla - Syangboche - Kalapathar- Syangboche - Kathmandu
Highlights: Scenic Mountain Flight by Heli, Lukla Airport, Kalapathar, Mt Everest
Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour with landing at Kala Patthar or the Everest Base Camp is a one day helicopter ride tour to view Mount Everest closely.
Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour landing at base camp is special Heli riding trip to explore the highest peaks in the world in a short period of time. This exciting helicopter tour lets you fly high past the lush hills and alpine forests of rhododendron with awesome views of the Himalayan chain of mountains.
Mount Everest (8848 meters) is the highest peak in the world. It is the dream destination for many people to see and explore live. Even if some people have a great desire to visit Everest, they may not be comfortable with walking through the entire trekking route. Others may be limited by time or any health issues. This Everest Heli tour is the perfect option for them too. The helicopter tour to Everest gives aerial view of the massive Mount Everest and other several peaks to gain adrenaline and an adventurous experience.
Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour is an excellent addition to the entire tour package of individuals in Nepal. Although it only takes a few hours, you can get all the way from Kathmandu to the Everest Base Camp and back. This is one of the best alternatives to the Everest Base Camp Trek, especially for those short on time. At a glance, it can seem a little expensive but the Everest Base Camp Helicopter with flight landing is available as either charter or group joining which provides a very affordable price per person. The trip can be done with either 2pax, 3pax or 4pax up to a maximum of 5 people. Ask anybody who has done this EBC Heli Tour and they will testify that it is worth every penny. Every minute is memorable, starting right from Kathmandu.
The Everest Base Camp Helicopter Flight Landing Tour takes off from Kathmandu and leads you east of the capital towards Nagarkot. The verdant hills and lush valleys with the occasional villages are soon replaced by the closer view of snowcapped peaks including Ganesh Himal, Langtang range, Gaurishankar and various other peaks as you near Jiri. The first stop for refueling is at Lukla, where you can take 15 minutes to get the first taste of the mountain air and scenery.
Lukla is the entry point for most of the treks and expeditions going further into the Khumbu region. The Tenzing Hillary airport is named after the legendary mountaineers Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa who were the first to successfully summit Everest. The small airstrip here is also known to offer an exciting landing experience for those arriving on a plane. Soon enough, we will take off from Lukla and enter the territory of the Sagarmatha National Park. The Himalayan vistas will be much better than before once we reach Namche Bazaar. Namche is a Sherpa market-town, known for being the economic hub of the region. Almost all travelers heading further into the Everest region pass through here, earning it the nickname ‘gateway to Everest’.
Ama Dablam will likely be the most noticeable, among a number of other peaks like Kusum Kanguru, Thamserku and Kwangde peaks at this point. Flying further past famous Sherpa villages like Syangboche (known for superb views of the Everest range as well as Everest View Hotel), Tengboche (home to the Tengboche monastery, the largest monastery in the Khumbu region) and Gorak Shep (final settlement going forward in the region), we will finally arrive at our main destination, the Everest Base Camp.
Situated at 5,380m below the dreaded Khumbu icefall, the Everest Base Camp is a dream destination to visit for so many trekkers and adventure lovers across the world. With our landing, we will have around 10-15 minutes to spend at the foothills of the highest peak in the world and fully savor the grandeur and magnificence around us. The base camp is surrounded by towering peaks offering you some superb views of Lhotse, Nuptse, Pumori and a number of other peaks and glaciers.
If for some reason we are unable to land at the Everest Base Camp, we will attempt for landing at Kala Patthar instead. For those that wish to enjoy the scenery, this may be an even better option. Kala Patthar is famous as a photographer’s paradise and is one of the best viewpoints in the Everest region. Unlike the base camp where Everest hides behind the Lhotse Nuptse ridge, Kala Patthar sports a 360 degree panorama of the region including Everest. With favorable weather, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Cho Oyu, Ama Dablam, Khumbutse, Changtse and Pumori among others.
After taking off from the Everest Base Camp or Kala Patthar, the next stop on the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour is at Syangboche. The Everest View Hotel near Syangboche offers a unique experience; delicious breakfast at almost 4,000 meters while gazing upon the world’s highest peak, Everest. Our return journey continues after a pleasant 30-60 minute stop here and our final stop is once again at Lukla. Say farewell to the Everest region as you take off from Lukla and enjoy the final flight and aerial views over the Himalayas. In just over half an hour, we will be back in Kathmandu and the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour will be successfully completed.
Finally, the tour lets you to view deep mountain rivers, clear lakes and white hills.
|Trip Name:||Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour|
|tour Type||Charter Flight|
|Maximum Group||5 Persons|
|Maximum Elevation||5555 meter|
|Charter Cost||US$ 4200|
|Cost for Group Joining||US$ 1200|
|Flight Duration||4 Hours|
|EBC Landing time||10 Minutes|
|Maximum Weight||240 kg|
|Best Season||February, March, April, May, September, October, November, December|
|Helicopter Company||Air Dynasty, Simrik, Heli Everest, Altitude, Fishtail, Mountain Air|
|Landing Points||Lukla Airport, Syangboche, Kalapathar|
|Himalayan Sights||Amadablam, Thameserkhu, Mt Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Pumori, Kusum Kangaru, Khumbila, Island Peak, Mera Peak, Mount 32|
Kathmandu (TIA) – Fly over Nagarkot – Jiri – Land at Tenzing Hillary Airport, Lukla – Refueling – Fly over Syangboche – Tengboche – Pheriche – Gorak Shep – Land at EBC/Kala Patthar – Take off after 15 mins – Arrive at Hotel Everest View – Fly to Lukla – Refueling – Return flight to Kathmandu.
Although the journey is only of 3 to 4 hours, the flight to the foothills of the highest peak in the world at Everest Base Camp will definitely provide you with a once in a lifetime experience. Our Everest Base Camp Helicopter Flight Landing Tour lets you enjoy yourself for a full 15 minutes at the base camp or Kala Patthar in addition to the amazing flight experience.
The Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour takes off from Kathmandu and heads east towards Bhaktapur. The flight first takes you over the hills of Nagarkot and Jiri before eventually reaching the first stop at Lukla. The brief refueling session is followed by the flight over Namche Bazaar, Syangboche, Tengboche, Pheriche and Gorak Shep to the Everest Base Camp. The landing location may be either Everest Base Camp or Kala Patter depending on the condition of landing spot and weather.
The return flight route consists of a stop for breakfast at the Everest View Hotel in Syangboche. After this, the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour continues as you fly over Namche Bazaar and finally land at Lukla for refueling. Another half hour of scenic heli flight over the Himalayas takes you back to Kathmandu and the EBC Heli Tour comes to an end.
Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour gives an excellent addition to the entire tour package of individuals in Nepal. This heli tour begins from the capital city of Nepal i.e. Kathmandu and later on, you have to fly eastward towards the beautiful village consisting of Sherpa people and gateway to the Mount Everest in Lukla. The helicopter flight from Lukla thus moves ahead to Syangboche, Dingboche, Gorakshep and Khumbu mountain glacier to reach at the top of Kalapathar from where you can see the Mt Everest very close.
06:00am Pickup from hotel or designated meeting point
06:15am Transfer to Kathmandu airport
06:45am Check-in to helicopter counter
07:00am Takeoff, Kathmandu to Lukla
07:30am Landing, Refueling stop at Lukla
07:45am Takeoff, Lukla to Everest Base Camp
08:00am Landing at Everest Base Camp / Kala Patthar
08:15am Takeoff, Everest Base Camp to Syangboche
08:30am Landing, Breakfast at Everest View Hotel, Syangboche
09:30am Takeoff, Syangboche to Lukla
09:45am Landing, Refueling stop at Lukla
10:00am Takeoff, Return flight to Kathmandu
10:30am Landing, Arrival at Kathmandu and successful completion of Everest Base Camp Heli Tour
11:00am Transfer to hotel
Note: The exact timing may vary depending on weather, air traffic and other factors.
Everest Base Camp Helicopter Flight Tour with landing takes you from Kathmandu to Lukla in just 30 minutes and then the Everest Base Camp or Kala Patthar in 15 minutes. You are provided with almost 15 minutes of ground time at the base camp of the highest peak in the world, followed by the scenic flight back to Kathmandu. The total time for completing the trip is just 4-5 hours.
The Helicopter Flight Tour to the Everest Base Camp begins early in the morning (6:00 AM) as we pick you up from your hotel or designated meeting point and drive to the Kathmandu airport. After the seating arrangement, we will take off to the east of Kathmandu valley where we are already able to witness the range of snowcapped peaks from Langtang range and Ganesh Himal to Manaslu and Gaurishankar peaks. Soon after flying past the green hills around Jiri in Dolakha, we will have our first stop at Lukla for a 10 – 15 minute refueling break.
Lukla (2,820m) and the Tenzing Hillary Airport serve as entry point for most treks, tours and expeditions in the Everest region. After a bit, the Everest Helicopter Flight continues as we fly over the Dudh Koshi River valley towards Namche Bazaar. Namche is largest town in the region and essentially the economic hub as well since most travelers have to pass through here. Flying over this famous Sherpa settlement, we can already enjoy views of Kwangde, Kusum Kanguru, Thamserku and Ama Dablam peaks. The flight continues over notable villages like Syangboche, Tengboche (home to the Tengboche Monastery), Pheriche and Gorak Shep (final settlement going forward) to the Everest Base Camp.
Landing at the Everest Base Camp (5,380m) is a once in a lifetime experience that countless people dream to complete. The camp is located below the dreaded Khumbu icefall and surrounded by some of the highest peaks in the world including Lhotse, Nuptse, Cho Oyu, Lobuche and more. In case the landing isn’t possible at Everest Base Camp due to bad weather, excessive snowfall or any other issue, we will attempt for landing at Kala Patthar instead. Kala Patthar is an even better location in terms of scenery as it is one of the best viewpoints in the Khumbu region. Unlike the base camp where the view of Everest is mostly blocked by the Lhotse Nuptse wall, Kala Patthar offers a 360 degree panorama of Everest as well as most of the region and its various stunning peaks.
Regardless of the location, you will have around 15 minutes time to enjoy the glorious scenery and magnificence surrounding you. Make sure to capture these moments with a memorable photograph. We will need to leave soon as staying at such high altitude (5,380m) can be dangerous due to possibility of AMS (Acute Mountain Sickness). After around 15 minutes, we will take off from the Everest Base Camp.
After the glorious experience with landing at Everest Base Camp, we will head to the Everest View Hotel at Syangboche for breakfast. This famous hotel offers you a superb close up view of Everest, along with some delicious food too of course! We’ll take our sweet time enjoying breakfast at almost 4,000 meters while gazing upon the world’s highest peak, Everest. After an hour or so, we will say goodbye to the Everest region as we take off once more.
We will take off from Syangboche and fly over Namche once again before landing shortly after at Lukla. Following the routine refueling stop of 15 minutes, we will take off for the final Helicopter flight to Kathmandu. Enjoy the stunning aerial views of the Himalayas and the breathtaking landscape for another 30 minutes. After reaching Kathmandu, make sure to follow proper protocol and safely get off the Heli as instructed. We will have a vehicle ready to drop you off to your hotel. Congratulations on successfully completing the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour!
The Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour can be performed at any time of the year but the best season depends on your preference. The climate and weather at the Everest Base Camp, and the Khumbu region in general changes according to the season. The visibility and good weather during the flight day is what’s more important for this tour as the EBC Heli Tour is only a single day flight tour.
The spring season which more or less lasts from March to May is regarded as the best season for the Heli Flight Tour to Everest. The lush green hills seem even more beautiful now as they are dotted with blooming rhododendrons and other wildflowers. Not just the hills but the view of the mountains is also spectacular during spring thanks to the clear skies. The temperature is also perfect during this time, clocking in at a moderate 15 to 20 degree Celsius during daytime, which drops down and hovers around 0 to 5 degree Celsius once the sun goes down.
September to December is the peak season for tourism and trekking in Nepal, and the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour is no exception. This period is the autumn season which is known for the superb combination of pleasant weather, moderate temperature, clear skies and breathtaking scenery. Similar to spring, the autumn season is a fantastic time to visit the Everest Base Camp. The temperature generally hovers between 15 to 20 degree Celsius when the sun is up and stays around -5 to 5 degree Celsius during nighttime. The sunlight and its UV rays are much stronger than you may expect at the base camp, so don’t forget to use proper sunscreen and protection.
As it is considered the offseason for trekking in Nepal, and tourism in general, monsoon offers an offbeat experience. The temperature is generally moderate like the previous two seasons but the weather tends to be unpredictable thanks to the monsoon rain. To visit the Everest Base Camp in monsoon, especially with Everest Heli Flight Tour, you need to be patient to wait for the correct day with good weather. However, if you have enough time and patience to wait for the perfect day, then your experience will surely be unmatched. The rain washes away all the dust and pollution, so the skies are as clear as they can be. Aside from the amazing scenery, this is also the perfect time to travel for botanists or nature enthusiasts.
Winter season in Nepal typically falls from December to February and it is a unique time to visit the Everest Base Camp. The temperature drops very low around -10 to -15 degrees, especially at high altitudes. This, combined with the continual snowfall means that even lodging and accommodation can be hard to find during the winter. This is why Everest Base Camp Trek is tough to perform during the winter. In a sense, this makes winter an excellent time for the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour however. You get to enjoy the breathtaking aerial view of the sparking peaks including Everest without any hassle while also experiencing the rich snowfall during your ground time at the Everest base camp. With clear blue skies, the mountain vistas are generally spectacular in winter as the beauty of sparkling peaks is further enhanced by the winter snow.
The Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour involves not just flying at high altitude but also landing at the Everest Base Camp which is at an altitude of 5,380m. Proper clothing and preparation is important for not just trekking but also the Helicopter Flight to Everest Base Camp. For starters, the sunlight and UV rays are much stronger than you may expect at such elevation, so proper sun protection and sunscreen is important. Very cold and chilly winds set in past the afternoon so layering your clothing with wind proof jackets on the outside is also necessary. Similarly, the temperature can drop quite low if the weather turns cloudy, so having a warm down jacket with gloves and hats is also useful. Below, we have listed most of the important clothing as well as other equipment and items for the EBC Helicopter Flight Tour.
There are some important things to remember regarding safety and regulations as well as the trip in general for Everest Helicopter Flight Tour. For starters, the total amount of places we visit and our landing spots (Everest View Hotel for instance) may change depending on the weather and other condition. Safety is our utmost priority, both for the clients as well as our crew. So, the final decision to make will be in the hands of our experienced pilots as they are the ones best suited to make this decision.
On our Helicopter Flight to Everest Base Camp, we will try to include all the important locations and highlights and give you as much time as possible to enjoy the breathtaking scenery and culture of the region. Some other important points to remember during the heli tour are listed below:
01: How high does the Everest base camp (EBC) helicopter trip fly?
Starting from 2,000 meters, we will fly towards 5,500 meters high or sometimes more in some areas.
02: Does it land at the Mount Everest Base Camp or Summit?
It lands on Everest Base Camp, not at the summit and also lands on Kalapathar view point for very short duration (approx. 10-15 minutes). The landing may also be affected by the weather condition as well as perfect landing areas. Sometimes avalanches, wind and rock falls may obstruct the landing spot.
We will try our best to fulfill our promise from our side.
03: How many hours can helicopter stay at Everest base camp / Kalapathar?
It’s too cold in the Everest Base Camp and Kalapathtahr and longtime landing on extremely cold area may lead to Helicopters engine off. So, to avoid such unwanted problems, we will land for very short duration (enough time to explore Khumbu glaciers and Icefalls and capture them in your camera).
04: Do we have enough time at Everest base camp?
Yes, you will get 10-20 minutes in Everest Base Camp which is quite enough time for you to enjoy the beautiful sight and scenery of rugged mountains and glaciers. Due to high altitude threat longer time is not recommended.
05: Who leads the trip and are they well trained and experienced?
Without any doubt, all our pilots and guides are well trained with an experience of more than decade in this line. Our tour leaders has experience of leading the tourists from all around the globe and showing the Himalayan wonders with full knowledge of flora-fauna, local cultures, lifestyles and are very helpful.
They are always ready for your help in any kind of Emergency and well equipped to call for helicopter in case of serious emergency for Helicopter evacuation.
06: How are the meals in Tea-house and Lodge on Everest region?
As Everest Region is worldwide famous trekking trail, you can expect great hospitality with multicuisine in the lodges and Tea huses in this trail. All the guest house and lodges offers hygenic foods.
If we won’t get enough time to land and visit Tea houses, we carry packed hygenic lunch to save time during the flight to Everest Base Camp.
07: How are the arrangements for safe drinking water on this trip?
On Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour, we will carry boiled and cooled water for 100 % purity. As the purifying tablets doesn’t works best in the hard water of Himalaya containing high amount of minerals like manganese-bi-carbonate and iron. You can also buy a bottled water but it is expensive and not good from Eco-tourism perspective as the plastic bottles makes wastes in Himalayas.
08: Do you offer Money Worth and Best Value Trips without Any Hidden / Extra Cost?
Yes, we offer you money worth and best value trip without any hidden cost. However each company has its own policy of dealing with worldwide costumers regarding price cost of the trip but more people in a group will be beneficial to both costumers and company.
In Everest Helicopter Tour maximum 4 peoples can join as one group, this will reduce the chartered helicopter cost and lodging/fooding costs, too.
09: How do I book Mount Everest helicopter tour with your company?
At first sending the advance trip payment to our company in our Bank account provided where you must fill forms with detail of your passport with expire dates, most important the trip of your choice and then sending a transfer minimum of 50 % advance trip payment, which is non-refundable to secure your booking well in advance.
On receiving your details of following document like passport with scanned or photo-copy, along with booking forms, then we will send you full confirmation letter with deposit as well a receipt of advance trip payment.
You can contact us for direct transfer to deposit in our bank account and as well with Credit Card payment, we do accept Visa / Master Card or any other safe and widely used Credit Card with extra 04 % surcharge as levy charge. We also accept PayPal and online payment as well.
10: I am a solo traveler, can I join a group for Mount Everest helicopter tour? Or helicopter day tour of Everest (stopping at the base camp)?
Yes, send us an email with your preferred flight date which will help us to join you in a group and share your cost of EBC Heli Tour.
11: Can you take a helicopter to Everest base camp? Or helicopter day trip to Everest from Kathmandu?
Yes, we are always ready to take you to Mount Everest Base Camp in Helicopter. You can contact us for the best excursion to Everest in a Helicopter.
12: Can I/we Fly to Everest base camp by helicopter in the morning and take our international flight after 1 PM?
Yes, EBC Heli flight finishes by noon then you can take international flight after 2PM.
13: How far is the Kathmandu International and Domestic Airport?
Its only 10-15 minutes walking or 2-4 minutes’ drive from Kathmandu International Airport to Domestic Airport.
14: How much does it cost to fly to the Mount Everest base camp by Helicopter?
It depends on your group size, group with 4 members will help to reduce your cost. Normally it starts from 900 U.S. dollars.
15: Can we picked up from Everest Base camp to Lukla by helicopter?
Yes, we pick you up from Everest Base Camp or Kalapaththar or any other places in Khumbu Region like Gokyo Lake and Gorakshep etc. and drop you to Lukla or Kathmandu as your wish.
16: Do you arrange rescue service by co-coordinating with our insurance company?
Yes, we can communicate to your insurance company and arrange rescue if any emergency occurs. We also provide air ambulance service and chartered helicopter service to Everest Base Camp.
17. Do you carry oxygen tanks in case of emergency?
Yes, we always have oxygen cylinder for an emergency.
18. Is there any helicopter ride to Everest base camp and summit, landing on the ground of the peak?
Our helicopter flies over Khumbu glacier, the largest glacier of the region and lands in Everest Base Camp. Kalapaththar is the highest point where our helicopter lands and no any helicopter lands on summit of Everest for commercial purpose.
During emergency, we can land on the various parts of the Everest for rescuing.
19. Can we / I charter a private helicopter tour to base camp of Mount Everest?
Yes, you can charter a helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp. Contact us for reasonable price and guaranteed service with experienced pilot and guides.
For lower cost please join a group of maximum 5 peoples.
20. Does weather affect the helicopter flight to Mount Everest Base camp?
The weather in Everest Region is unpredictable, so we call the local peoples for live update and start our trip. The early morning flights are more pleasant.
21. Can anyone trek to Everest base camp and return by Helicopter either from Kalapathar or base camp or Gorekshep or Lobuche or Pheriche?
Yes, we can pick you up from Grakshep, Lobuche pr Pherinche. Contact us if you need any Helicopter service in Everest Region.
22. Is it possible to take helicopter flight from Lukla or Namche to Everest base camp or vice versa?
Yes, we have all the options of this flights on our scheduled flight dates and Need to confirm one day before the flight.
23. What happens if there is bad wind?
If bad wind- safety first so can’t land at Kalapathar Everest base camp if the wind is worse. Thank you for your understanding and co-operation.
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