Mt Everest by Helicopter

An exciting Mt Everest tour

Mount Everest helicopter tour starts in Kathmandu, flying east from Kathmandu towards the beautiful Sherpa village and gateway to Everest, Lukla. After fueling in Lukla, the flight start flying towards Everest Base Camp / Kalapathar. The Everest base camp helicopter flight goes over the Tengboche, Dingboche, Gorakshep and Khumbu glacier to reach the Base camp of Mount Everest.

The ultimate helicopter tour gives you some of the best mountain views and sceneries. You will be given a maximum 10 minutes of landing time at Everest Base Camp with Kalapatther Landing due to the altitude threat. And then on the way back, you will be given 20 minutes at Syangboche (Hotel Everest view) to take tea/coffee or Breakfast. Syangboche has excellent views of Mt.Everest and its ranges. Further, you can fly back to Lukla for fueling and then in Kathmandu to end your lifetime Experience of Everest Base Camp tour by helicopter.

Everest base camp helicopter flight with landing is most exciting and thrilling lifetime flight experience in Nepal with front face of Mount Everest and the other Himalayas from Kalapatthar top with the best cost guaranteed gives you unique chance to enjoy it.

Group Size
2 - 6
3 hours
5545 m
Trans Alps Adventure
The Journey Begins Here

Detailed Itinerary

  • Pick up from your hotel and drop to airport
    Early morning we will pick up you from the hotel and drive you towards Kathmandu Airport.
  • Fly from Kathmandu to Lukla
    We fly towards Lukla, the entrance and gateway of Everest Region for about 30 minutes. In Lukla we take a short break and refuel the Helicopter.
  • Fly from Lukla to Everest Base Camp- Stopover at Kala Patthar (5550m/19,290ft)
    Now, we continue our heli tour to Everest Base Camp via Gokyo Lakes. We land at Kalapatthar (5,545 m), which is the best view point on Everest region. From here we explore 360 degree panoramic views of mountains and spend 5-10 minutes for photo click session and glimpse with Himalayas.
  • Fly from Everest Base Camp (Kalapatthar) to Syangboche (Hotel Everest View)
    Now, we continue our heli tour towards Syangboche. Here we stop for breakfast, tea and coffee beneath soaring peaks Mt. Everest and other giant peaks, a nice spot at the height of (3,880 m).
  • Fly from Syangboche (Hotel Everest View) to Lukla.
    We fly to Lukla and refuel the helicopter.
  • Fly from Lukla to Kathmandu
    Finally we fly to kathmandu after such a faboulous heli tour and we will drop you to your hotel.

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Cost and dates

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What's Included

  • Hotel-Airport-Hotel Transfer
  • Chartered Helicopter
  • All government tax
  • Passenger insurance
  • National park entry permit
  • Airport tax

What's Excluded

  • Meal (Breakfast/lunch) in Everest view hotel during the trip
  • Life and medical insurance during the trip
  • Personal expense on a trip
  • Hard and soft drinks during the tours

Equipment List


  • Long base layer shirts
  • shirts short sleeve
  • Warm Jackets and pants

Outer layers

  • Wind proof overlayer- jacket and pants
  • Down vest
  • Warm winter hat
  • Peak hat
  • Pair of gloves
  • Sunglasses


  • Camera with, extra batteries.
  • Drinking water, Chocolate, some snacks, ETC.

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Trip Highlights:

  • Thrilling helicopter tour to Everest Base camp.
  • Helicopter Land and stop for Breakfast in Everest View Hotel
  • Short Landing in Kalapatter to see Everest and other high mountains and feel the altitude
  • Great views of famous peaks such as Ama Dablam, Lhotse and many more.
  • Stunning landscapes, Ice falls, and glaciers.
  • Beautiful villages and valleys

Please contact us to know the suitable time, itinerary & get cheaper cost for the trip.

Personal Hygiene

  • Two tubes lip sun cream, at least 1 large tube regular sun cream (min. factor 30), some after-sun lotion in case you do get a sunburn toothpaste/brush set
  • Hand sanitizer gel
  • 1 synthetic towel
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Frequently Asked Questions

Up to what elevation Everest Base Camp helicopter flight tour?

You will be land at Kalapatthar on the elevation of 5,545 meters and Everest Base Camp located on the elevation of 5364 meters.

Does it land at Mount Everest Base Camp?

To be honest, the Kalapatthar View point is best view point to see Mt Everest (8848m) and surrounding peaks. It definite that you will land at Kalaptthar (5545m), I understand that everyone has dream to land at Kalapatthar and Base Camp. To land at Base Camp it depends on weather conditions. Sometime it can be very hard to Land at Base Camp, Wind speed is hard at Base Camp and sometime helicopter landing spot disappears due to landslide too. Just for your acknowledgement you don’t see Mt. Everest from its base Camp. People target Everest Base Camp just to get there. In case it is difficult to land pilots takes close touching distance of Base Camp.

How long landing at Kalapatthar and Base Camp?

Helicopter engine will be keep running while landing. So approximately you will have 10 – 20 minutes time.

What happens in case of bad weather and flight didn’t take off?

In this case, you will get full refund. If you are flexible with time you may postponed for following days.

Is it possible to take kids for Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour?

There’s no problem in taking kids as well as old-aged people. Physical fitness is not required for the tour.

Pilots are trained and experienced?

The pilots are very experienced for flying helicopter as they have been flying since over a decade in same region. The pilots are always aware of your safely concerns.

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