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Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour with 3 Landings & a Breakfast

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Country Nepal Max-Altitude 5,643 m
Trip StartKathmandu Trip End Kathmandu
Group Size Min 1, Max 15
Meals Breakfast in Everest View Hotel Included
Accommodation Not Included
Per Person $ 4,700 USD
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    Mt. Everest helicopter tour is an opportunity to soar higher over the lofty mountains in the Everest Region.

     

    Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour which flies parallel to jagged mountains, including the mighty Everest. Relish the Himalayan aura and breathtaking views of some of the 8000-meter peaks. This Mt Everest helicopter tour is an opportunity to soar higher over the lofty mountains in the Everest Region. The luxury of enjoying the grandeur of Everest and other Himalayan ranges in a day is by far only possible through the Mt. Everest helicopter tour.

     

    Everest Base Camp Helicopter landing tour starts from Kathmandu. The bird's-eye view of the city is startling. The sheer pleasure of hopping on a helicopter with 3 landings within a day is what this tour rewards you- a brief stopover at Kala Patthar, Syangboche, and Gokyo. Enjoy a rousing helicopter ride to the Gateway to Everest, Lukla. Lukla is a Sherpa Settlement possessing a dramatic landscape with spectacular views. After refueling, we will fly and hover above Everest Base Camp, and 8000-meter peaks just before landing at Kala Patthar. This is among the best viewpoints of Everest Base Camp Trek

     

    The paramount highlight of the Everest base camp helicopter tour with landing in Gokyo Lakes and Everest View hotel is the aerial perspective of the Himalayas from the vantage point, Kala Patthar. Kala Patthar is notably popular for its panoramic views of mountains, including Everest. The short interlude at Kala Patthar will let you savor the panoramic views of the Everest and other magnificent mountains. The tour will lead you to Syangboche to enjoy delectable breakfast at Everest Hotel View. Before finally landing in Kathmandu, this tour will take you to Gokyo Lakes.

     

    Extollo Adventures operates this tour with high standard safety operations and a high success rate. With us, rest assured that your Heli tour to Everest Base Camp will be a lifetime experience. This tour includes our top-notch service, the best accommodations in the capital which are 5-star hotels, luxury lodges in the mountain region and very comfortable travel options with all domestic air transports.

    Why Do Trekkers Like You Love This Itinerary?

    • Fly parallel to some of the highest peaks in the world, including Mount Everest
    • Breathtaking view of four mountains-Pumori, Nuptse, Lobuche and Mount Everest
    • Stand at the shores of glacial-fed heavenly lakes of Gokyo
    • Enjoy close up views of 7000 and 8000-meter peaks
    • Breakfast at Hotel Everest View in Syangboche, one of the highest placed hotels in the world at 13000ft
    • Hover above Everest Base Camp and Kathmandu’s famed UNESCO World Heritage Sites
    • Emergency evacuation is readily available in case of any unforeseen emergencies

    When Is The Best Time To Go

    The best time for a Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour with 3 landings and a breakfast is during seasons of Spring (March to May) and Autumn (September to November). During these times, you can enjoy moderate temperatures and have the most amazing views throughout the trip. You can experience this tour during winter and monsoon seasons too, though the cold temperature might not be suitable for everyone in the winter and during monsoon, it rains in the lower altitudes and the views are not so pleasant due to foggy and hazy weather.

    Is This The Right Trip For You?

    • Suitable for anyone who is interested to visit giant Himalayan Ranges including Mt. Everest from Kalapathar, Worl'd highest altitude fresh water lakes of Gokyo and Breakfast at Hotel Everest View which is Guinness Book of World Records (2004) holding hotel as the Highest Placed Hotel in the world at 13000ft.
    • There will be high altitude operating helicopter of model number AS350B3e or, AS350b3e manufactured by Air Bus, France flight from Kathmandu to Lukla in 1st shuttle, hover above Everest Base Camp and land on Kalapathar in 2nd shuttle, reach Gokyo Lakes and land in 3rd shuttle, arrive at Hotel Everest View for breakfast in 4th Shuttle, refuel in Lukla 5th Shuttle and fly back to Kathmandu in 6th Shuttle reaching a maximum altitude of 18,514 feet at Kalapathar.
    • Your tour will last for around total 6-7 hours on average
    • You will be landing in very high elevations from lower, so wearing windproof jackets, warm clothes is recommended. Select hand gloves wisely, so you can take pictures from your devices easily. You may feel difficult to breath but do not panic as it will take 3-4 minutes for you to adopt, this is normal in high altitude. We do have oxygen cylinder back up in case of worst condition.
    • If you have any serious health conditions related to heart/lungs or have acrophobia/migraine, medical advice will be helpful before planning your trip

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    What’s Included

    Price Includes
    • All ground transfers by comfortable private vehicle as per the itinerary
    • Helicopter Tour as per the itinerary
    • Breakfast at Hotel Everest View
    • Emergency oxygen is available inside the helicopter. Additional cost required for personal use of the oxygen cylinder outside the helicopter
    • All Local and Government taxes, administrative charges
    • A bottle of water, 1 Everest region map and a t-shirt for each travelers
    • On-board narration by pilot on personal headphones provided to all
    • Entrance fees and permits
    • Environment Management Fees
    What's Not Included
    • Travel and medical insurance
    • Personal expenses (phone call, internet, bar bills, snacks, battery recharge, souvenirs)
    • Any unseen expenses due to circumstances beyond our control

    Travelers Review

    Alexis Blanc
    Alexis Blanc

    France

    This was my first trekking experience and my god it was fantastic I decided to experience this EBC trek and read More

    Traveled to Nepal Solo from Apr 03 - Apr-17 2018
    Jigisha Patel
    Jigisha Patel

    United States

    Adventurous trekking to this part of the world can be daunting to plan for. The Extollo staff was available throughout read More

    Traveled to Nepal in group of 25 from Mar 15 - Mar-29 2019
    Fabian Haas
    Fabian Haas

    United States

    It was really a wonderful experience. I had this Everest Luxury Trek with Helicopter tour last April with my family, read More

    Traveled to Nepal Solo from Apr 09 - Apr-16 2018

    Detailed Itinerary

    Day 1

    Note: “Extollo Adventures reserves the right to amend the itinerary in case of unforeseen circumstances: weather conditions, flight delays and cancellations, health condition of a group member, unexpected natural disasters, etc, can all contribute to changes in the itinerary. The tour leader will, and can make the changes for safety reasons and also to improve the trip as well as your experience. The leader will try to ensure that the trip runs according to plan, so one needs to be flexible, if required.”

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    Accommodation and meals

    This trip does not require any types of accommodations. You will spend only 1 day in Himalayas with us.


    During our Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour with 3 landings and a breakfast, you can enjoy lavish breakfast at Hotel Everest View in Syangboche. The combination of the Mountain views and breakfast during sunshine is an amazing experience of this trip. This hotel holds guiness world record for being world's highest altitude hotel situated near Namche.

    Frequently asked questions about this trip

    Who can go?

    Yes you can do it !  It is suitable for passionate travelers willing to explore inspiring Himalayas, hence positive attitude, excellent health, and strong determination is required. Our trip is even suitable for travelers with disabilities since trekking is completely avoided by Helicopter flights. Besides, it is advisable to trek with a highly reputed trek operator like us, with experienced crew and their significant mental preparation with a personal touch.

    Regarding the difficulty, the only challenging factor is the altitude. Our Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour with 3 landings and a breakfast itinerary provides ample time for acclimatization in each places of Himalayas we land into.

    There is no official age limit for this kind of trip in the Himalayas as long as our participants are healthy and committed to complete the adventure. We are experienced in operating trips even for families with kids as young as 5 years old and elderly trekkers in their  early 90s. This is a comfortable trip with a well acclimatized and carefully crafted itinerary. Thus travelers are expected to have good physical shape, positive attitude and strong determination.

    Best time and weather

    The best time to trek to do this trip is Spring (March to May), and Autumn (September to November). The temperatures are moderate during these seasons and guarantee fantastic views throughout the trip. Beautiful bright blue sky and incredible views of different botanical species and various Himalayan peaks are best experienced during these seasons.

    It is also possible to do this trip during monsoon season (June to August) and winter season (from December to February). But during monsoon, it rains in the lower altitudes and the views are not so pleasant due to foggy and hazy weather. While during the winter season, although the sky is clear, it gets colder. However, traveling during these off-seasons has an advantage that there are fewer crowds due to infrequent trekkers.

    Special cases/rules

    There are reservations that have to be adhered to when entering Nepal. The customs department at the airport conducts a meticulous scrutiny of the items in your luggage. There are some items that cannot be brought into the country, for example carrying drugs in any form is considered a crime and the accused will be immediately prosecuted. Firearms, explosives and sharp or blunt weapons if identified can land you in serious trouble.

    It may come as a shock to many that eating beef is strictly forbidden in Nepal. Hinduism being the dominant religion in Nepal forbids killing and eating cows and oxen. Carrying any edible items in your luggage that contains beef is considered a crime.

    If you are carrying gold it should be less than 5 ounces, for more than the stipulated amount a declaration and authorization is required. Same goes for other precious metals, gems, and valuable items. There are no regulations on the jewelry on your body.

    Nepal has zero tolerance for drug smuggling. Visitors are forbidden to import drugs in any form into Nepal Possession of drugs not only puts you at risk of being apprehended and imprisoned but the entire group you are traveling with might get arrested as well.

    Nepal is a country of tradition and sacred religious beliefs. Any obscenity, whether physical or verbal, is looked upon with revulsion as the culture here differs from Western countries. Wearing inappropriate attire while visiting religious sites will not be tolerated, and clothes that are too revealing or leather clothing inside the religious structures are not allowed. While holding hands is completely normal, please refrain from displaying too much physical affection in public view, if you plan to travel to Nepal as a couple.

    Important notes ( Read before you book )

    Some important things to know before you go.
    • Flight Delays in Kathmandu/Lukla

      Airplane flights between Lukla and Kathmandu are generally reliable, though bad weather conditions may cause flight delay or even cancellation. In such scenario, Extollo Adventures will attempt to get you on a chartered helicopter to avoid flight delays. In this trip we already avoided this situation since we have helicopter flights to and from Lukla.

    • Travel Insurance

      It is mandatory for joining any of the Extollo Adventures trips is that all clients must be insured, it is strongly recommended that the policy also covers personal liability, cancellation, curtailment and loss of luggage and personal effects. We require that, at a minimum, you are covered for medical expenses including emergency repatriation. There could be comprehensive expenses that might incur due to medical issues or accidents (this includes air ambulance, and treatment costs). Please note that we do not arrange or sell insurance.

    • Extra Expenses and Exclusions

      Extra personal expenses on the trip may include recharging batteries, soda, alcoholic beverages, tipping, visa fees, recreational expenses and other services not listed. Following are the items with extra costs during the trek:

      • Only breakfast is included in this trip, so in Kathmandu lunch and dinner may cost you $8-25 USD per meal.
      • Tip for the pilot and Extollo helper after the trip which maybe around 8-10% of your trip cost.
      • In case of unforeseen events like bad weather conditions and eventual flight cancellations, you are responsible for extra hotel nights and meals in Kathmandu or Lukla.
      • For the visa fees, please check Visa and Passport Information.
    • Visa & Passport Information

      All foreign nationals are required to arrange a visa in order to enter Nepal. A Nepalese Visa can be obtained either prior to your arrival at a Nepalese embassy abroad or on arrival in Kathmandu at the airport. It can be also secured at entry points at Nepalese borders.

      • Your Passport must be at least 6 months valid
      • Use your passport details to enter information on your visa application
      • Bring at least 3 recent passport photos (for your Nepal Visa, Trekking permit, etc.)

      Following are the fees either in US dollars cash or the equivalent Nepalese currency:

      • Multiple entry 15 days US$ 25
      • Multiple entry 30 days US$ 40
      • Multiple entry 90 days US$ 100

      You can use this full address while filling up your visa application:

      Street: Amrit Marg

      Ward No: 19

      VDC/Municipality: Kathmandu

      District: Kathmandu

      Country: Nepal

      For further information please visit: http://online.nepalimmigration.gov.np/tourist-visa

    Additional Information

    Have you read our ‘Trip FAQs'? We have answered your each and every possible question; kindly have a glance through them.

    If you wish to discuss any aspect of this trip, please feel free to contact us by email or directly call us at +1 (925) 302-6361