Helicopter Tours in Nepal

Online Everest  Helicopter  Booking. Helicopter Tours in Nepal is famous luxuary tour in Nepal. Helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp is one of the best adventures that suit every age group who wish to catch the closest views of Mt. Everest in very short time. The Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour with landing opens up the best views of the Everest region and the chain of Himalayas as you stand on the base of those peaks.

Pre briefing for Heli tour preparation

This meeting is added in your heli tour itinerary in order to rectify any kinds of confusions and hustles about validate your helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp/Kala Patthar. If we can clearly face to face chat by Viber, phone or whatsApp may not be required. This meeting is supposed to be important for both parties (clients and Helicopter Tour Company) will be able to discuss the tour and the related non-negotiable criteria (weather, climate, time line etc.) for a moment, know one another and make the transparent clear, which will aid a lot in the upcoming day of the tour even for further plan if you wish to do with us. It will help us to estimate time for transportation between your hotels to airport and bring you back to your hotel

In Pheriche, the weight is maintained and the helicopter flight to EBC or Kalapatthar in a shuttle (especially 2 shuttles are commended, but in few cases, it may lead to 3 as well). It is done because the helicopter carries 490kgs up to Pheriche and above that, it flies with the weight of 250 kgs only, because of security concerns. Within 15 to 20 minutes, you will reach Kala Patthar and devote 40 to 50 minutes there. After capturing photos and videos and spending some moments in Kala Pathar, you will fly to Hotel Everest View (HEV). It takes around 15 to 20 minutes to reach HEV(Everest View Hotel) from Kala Patther. At HEV, you will spend 30 to 35 minutes with breakfast and time to explore around for photographs Finally, you will fly back to Kathmandu directly or via Lukla. Upon arrival in Kathmandu, you will be dropped back to your respective hotel. With this, your helicopter tour to Mount Everest Base camp ends with a final goodbye.

Departure Details

Fixed Departure Tour to Everest Base Camp helicopter Tour for 2020, 2021 

For the months of March, April, May, and September, October, November, and December Early Bird Discount offer is available for the year 2020, 2021 your Helicopter Tour Operator Adventure International Trekking and Expedition has noticed  a fixed departure tour for Everest Base Camp helicopter Tour with the compatible schedule" So Buck Up" it's Only USD 990 Per Person for the Booking of minimum 4 Pax and more.

We have an almost everyday fixed departure for a helicopter tour to Everest base camp during the main season. To check guaranteed flight or availabilities to secure your seats- Call us anytime  in Mobile for Private charter or group joining flights.

Contact Person - Devi Pandey

Cell Phone +977 9851072584/9801072584,  24 Hrs Available on WhatsApp, Viber or WeChat.

Weather conditions and average temperature condition in The Everest base camp and the near area

The weather of the Mt. Everest area is totally depending on the season however Everest Base Camp can be visited all around the year and also depends upon the altitude and areas of the visit. The month of monsoon such as July to mid-September is wet but totally clean and green.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour takes you beyond 5,000 meters. The day is clear where there are strong sunlight and UV (ultra-violet)because of reducing oxygen as well as air pressure,

Mid-September to December is also the best and clear weather. The temperature is in Everest Base Camp more or less -05 to -10 degree Celsius in the morning, during the sunlight is in EBC maximum is 15-20 Degree Celsius

December to March is the coldest months with chances of snows with the minimum of -10 to -15 degree Celsius with the maximum 15-18 degree this time of the year is clear with a fine blue sky and Great views of Himalayas. From the mid of March, again the warm season is beginning.

How easy is it to get to Everest Base Camp?

The quickest way is to fly from Kathmandu to Lukla airport, high within the Himalayas. ... You will need a minimum of a few of days here to acclimatize to the altitude, then about five to seven days to hike to the  Base Camp of Mt. Everest 

Can we take a helicopter to Everest Base Camp?

Lifetime memorable experience helicopter tours to the Everest base camp may be a short day tour in Everest region. Everest base camp helicopter Tour starts from Kathmandu and ends to Kathmandu. It's Normally 4 to five hour’s flight from the Kathmandu.

How high can helicopters fly?

Turbine-engine helicopters can reach around 25,000 feet. But the utmost height at which a helicopter can hover is far lower - a high performance helicopter just like the Agusta A109E can hover at 10,400 feet.

Can we go to Mount Everest by helicopter?

The simple answer to your question is YES you'll take a helicopter to the Mt Everest  As Mt. Everest summit is at 29,000 feet above water level. The atmospheric pressure is about 1/3 rd there as compared thereto of stumped level.

How do I get from Kathmandu to Mt Everest?

Flight time from Kathmandu to Lukla is about 1 hour. Then take the second aviation from Lukla to the EBC., After flying through Dingboche, Gorashep and glacier, the helicopter may land at Kalapatthar, (5,550 meters), where you'll witness Everest et al. peaks at closer proximity, or the Everest Base Camp.

Can you see the Everest from Kathmandu?

Everest from Chandragiri View Tower is Contrary to everyone's belief; Everest can actually be seen from Kathmandu. The Chandragiri hills in Kathmandu offer a bird's eye view of the Himalayan ranges and Everest on a transparent day.

Is it hard to get to Everest Base Camp?

As daunting because the name may sound, the Everest Base Camp Trek isn't a difficult most the trek one can undertake. ... the rationale for this is often because most of the trekking is at a slow pace and days for acclimatization need to be factored in – the trek would be much harder if you tried to finish it in under 12 days

Is Mount Everest base camp dangerous?

In comparison to climbing Everest, the Everest Base Camp Trek is extremely safe. ... That being said, the Everest Base Camp Trek still poses a spread of risks due to its location and altitude. Being situated at the bottom of the tallest mountain within the world means trekkers can succumb to hypoxia

Can a helicopter fly over Everest?

Helicopters can fly above the summit of Everest but landing to require on a passenger or body is dangerous. In some cases a special technique is employed in 2005, Euro-copter French company claimed a helicopter landing on the summit of Everest.

Can we see the Everest from Everest Base Camp?

While you cannot see Everest from Base Camp – there are other insanely tall mountains blocking your view – from day one among the hike, you will have great views of the world's tallest mountain so you will have many snaps of Everest from other parts of the hike.


How far is the trek to Everest Base Camp?

The entire trek is 130 km (80 miles) trip .

This is the space from Lukla to Everest Base Camp then back to Lukla.

How much does a helicopter cost in Nepal?

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour takes 3 hours (round trip, including landing time at Kalapatthar and Syangboche). A helicopter can accommodate up to 4 person or up to 400kg to Kalapatthar.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Cost Detail.

Max Group Size 5 people

Charter Cost      4,400 USD

Group Joining Cost         USD 800 to 1,550 USD per Person according  no of passengers

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Helicopter Tours in Nepal

Contact Individual - Devi Pandey 

Mobile phone +977 9851072584/9801072584,  24 Hrs Accessible on WhatsApp, Viber or WeChat. 


Mera peak climbing

Among the 18 peaks in Nepal, Mera peak is gathering popularity from the trekkers for its beautiful landscape. The trekking starts from Lukla and passes through Sherpa village called Inkhu Valley which develops and presents the offering of superb scenery, unforgettable experience, and abundant wildlife including the so-called Yeti legendry. Each year, more than 700 foreigners are climbing the peak and the numbers of the expedition are projected.