Everest Base Camp is the ultimate destination for adventure enthusiasts. Mt. Everest, the highest peak in the world, is the center of attraction for people all around the world. Just how beautiful Mt.Everest is, yet to reach that destination is not just as easy as a piece of cake, even Rose has thorns in it.
Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour is that incredible package that makes the way to the Everest Base Camp easy, simple, and safe. In the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour, you don’t have to worry about long tiring treks. A helicopter tour means escaping all those difficulties and being able to witness and enjoy the final destination to its fullest.
Lukla to EBC Heli Tour is the quickest, safest, and easiest way to reach EBC. The ride offers beautiful top angle views of the alpine forest and the chameleonic colorized landscapes, green vegetation that gets more beautiful with the fogs, mists, and clouds, typical villages settlements, the Dudh Koshi Rivers and the gorge, cultivated farmland protected with stone walls, and the panoramic views of snow-capped mountains, etc. are so incredible and enough to make your journey full of excitements and enjoyments.
Everest Heli tour from Lukla offers panoramic views of mountains, landscapes, rivers, George and Valleys. The extensive long-range from east to west can be seen through the adventurous ride. This is the ultimate view to witness from the highest elevation helicopter tour.
Luxury Holidays Nepal is offering some amazing and incredible mountain flight packages and Everest Region trekking. You can choose or go for Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour with Champagne Breakfast, Everest for Breakfast, Everest Stopover at Kalapattar Helicopter Tour and many more packages to get amazing and incredible views of mountains and Himalayas.
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➺ Helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp: 25 minutes flight
➺Landing at the Everest Base Camp for 20 minutes. Free time to enjoy the Himalayan scenery with the views of Mount Everest and several other mountains
➺ Fly back to Lukla: 25 minutes flight
1. What Is The Payment Method If We Book Directly Through Your Company?
Once the reservation and travelling dates are confirmed you need to make advance payment which can be paid online by using your card. For the booking of the Helicopter tour, you can follow the link https://www.luxuryholidaynepal.com/heli-tour-in-nepal.html
2. Are There Weight Limits On The Flights?
The helicopter can accommodate a maximum of 5 pax excluding pilots. On a group sharing basis helicopter will depart the minimum requirement of 3 Pax. On a charter, basis a helicopter can accommodate up to 5 Pax. Children above 3 years old can be eligible for a helicopter tour.
3. Is There An Age Limit While Travelling In A Helicopter?
There is no age barrier to experiencing this trip. But in the case of a child, children above 3 years old can be eligible for a helicopter tour. All age groups can experience a helicopter tour.
4. Do You Charge For Kids Coming To Fly With You As Passengers?
Yes, kids are also required to make payments to experience this tour.
5. Are Helicopter Flights Affected By Weather Conditions?
Mountain weather is often unpredictable. It highly depends upon morning temperature and wind on the very same day. We would suggest you make your travelling dates flexible between 3 to 4 days in order to avoid bad weather. If the flight is affected due to weather you can try the next day.
6. How High Could You Possibly Fly And With How Many Passengers?
Most of the helicopters in our fleet will fly above 16000 ft to 23000 ft with a maximum capacity of 5 Passengers.
7. When Is Your Peak Seasons?
March / April / May / September/ October /November / are the peak season for the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. In those months we announce an everyday fixed departure on our website. If you are willing to travel for the next season please kindly contact us for pre-fixed departure dates,
8. How Can The Middle Ones Enjoy The View When There Is 5 / 6 Person On Board?
Even though we fly 5/6 Pax from Kathmandu, we will do two shuttles with each 3 Pax from Pheriche (Place in Everest Region). If you are more than 3 there will be two flights from Pheriche to EBC each carrying not more than 3/3 persons. This allows you to enjoy the Great views from your Seats.
9. Can We Bring A Camera? Best Camera Lens?
Cameras are permitted on board and recommended. We have found through guest comments that a 35mm with ASA 400 or higher with a wide-angle lens works well.
10. What Should I Wear? Why Do You Recommend Dark Clothes? Will I Be Comfortable?
Clothing should be comfortable and casual. Dark shirts or tops are recommended for photo taking. Bright-colored clothing may put a reflective glare on the helicopter Plexiglas windows which may refract in your photos. Dark clothing helps to eliminate the reflection.
11. Do People Get Sick? Should I Take Dramamine?
Although most of our guests enjoy our flights with no discomfort at all, some guests are prone to motion sickness. If this applies to you, we would recommend taking Dramamine or a similar product. As with all medicines, consult with your doctor before use. All of our flights are sightseeing tours and our pilots take pride in providing the smoothest, safest, and most enjoyable tours available. Helicopters have “Sickness Bags” on board if needed.
12. Am I Guaranteed To See Everything In Your Tour Description?
Tour description is based on what sites have been most requested in the area to be toured. Every attempt will be made by our pilots to cover each site described or requested by you, weather permitting. Pilots will adjust their flight paths for wind and weather. We have many alternate sites to recommend. You will have the very best helicopter tour of Nepal. Again, your safety and comfort are our primary concerns.
During the trip; weather, local politics, transport or other factors, which are beyond our control can result in a change of itinerary. It is however very unlikely that the itinerary would be substantially altered. If alterations are necessary the leader will decide what the best alternative is taking into consideration the best interests of the whole group. Where a change does occur, we do everything we can to minimize its effect.