Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour (EBC Trek) With Helicopter Return to Kathmandu is a short and fruitful ideal choice for travelers that offers the closest view of the world's tallest mountain peak Mount Everest and surrounding mountains which are above 8000m.
This is a slightly expensive luxury trek to Everest Base Camp as travelers can reach Mount Everest Base Camp Trekking (EBC Trek) route and Kala Pathar from where travelers in Helicopter will return to Kathmandu in 10 days.
Moderate physical fitness is required for this trek as you need to walk 08 days from Lukla airport through the Namche Bazaar to Reach Everest Base Camp (EBC Trek) and the highest point Kalapathhar(5555m). This is a unique choice for enthusiastic travelers who wish to explore around world's highest mountain region and witness the life, culture, tradition, history, and environment of the Everest Region.
10-Day Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour with Helicopter Return to Kathmandu is a unique and best package we designed based on our clients' recommendations. If travelers want to explore the world's highest region and have a short holiday, then this can be the ideal choice.
This luxurious package is a compact of luxury hotels, the best-experienced guides in that region, and porters who have an idea about mountain hiking.
EBC Trek route is a composition of adventure, fun, and jaw-dropping scenarios in the Khumbu region. Upon arrival at Lukla Airport, you will find the adventurous and thrilling landing, which is a lifetime memory. Similarly, Namche Bazar is a small and beautiful village of Sherpa which is full of the different historical importance of mountaineering in museums and along the way.
Similarly, the World's Highest Hotel, Everest View Hotel, offers you a panorama view of Mount Everest and its surrounding mountains from your coffee table. Hike to Tengboche, Dingboche, and Lobuche Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour is a lifetime memory for any enthusiastic traveler.
Trek to Everest Base Camp is famous among mountaineers as a starting point for the expedition to the 8848.86m height of Mount Everest. Kala Pathar is the highest point of the trek, 5555m, which offers a panoramic view of the Everest Region and makes a lifetime memory along with the best Nepal Tours and Trekking Experience.
The Helicopter takes off from Kala Patthar and flies to Lukla, offering the best and closest view of the panoramic mountain range of the Everest Region. After Refueling, the helicopter again takes off from Lukla to Kathmandu. This flight is a lifetime memory between Giants Mountain and its periphery.
If you are unsatisfied with Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tours, you can take an EBC Trekking or Langtang Valley Treks, Annapurna Base Camp Trekking, and Mardi Himal Treks in the Annapurna region. Or, if you want a truly challenging Nepal Trekking experience, Peak climbing is the way to go! Nepal has a total of 326 peaks open for climbing in Nepal Tours including but not limited to Mount Mera Peak, Mount Cholatse Peak, and Mount Kyazo Ri Peak. Along with this, you also have an option of going on a Panorama trek, passing through some of the greatest Passes in Nepal including the Thorong La Pass trekking region, along with witnessing rich Tamang Heritage.
Major Highlight PLaces during Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return 10 Days:
Lukla and Lukla Flight:
Lukla is a popular Gateway to reach the highest point on the planet Mount Everest 8848m. It is situated in Khumbu Pasanglamhu Rural Municipality of Solukhumbu District Nepal. Lukla Originally means a place with sheep and Goats in the local Language however due to increasing tourism activity the Sheep and goats are found in fewer numbers. The elevation of Lukla is 2860 from Sea Level. It is a Village of Sherpas That is famous for Mountaineering and living at high altitudes.
Lukla is very popular among travelers because it has the World's highest and most dangerous Airport Lukla Airport. It is known as Tenzing Hillary Airport for honoring Sir Edmund Hilary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa who first reached the highest point on Earth in 1953. Situated at 2845m above sea level. This airport is a popular gateway to explore the Everest Region Trek. It takes 25 minutes to reach Lukla Airport from Kathmandu. Only a Tuniter Having a Single Engine and a Maximum of 19 Passenger planes can reach Lukla airport due to the short Runway, Weather, High Altitude, Mountain Terrain, and Step Incline.
Namche Bazar is a small Village in the Khumbu Region of Solukhumbu District and it is a famous Sherpa Settlement. It is located at an elevation of 3440m from sea level. The Population of this small village is around 1700. This Small Village is mostly inhabited by Sherpas who have been involved in the mountaineering and tourism business for a long time. It is a famous place among travelers because every traveler going to the Everest Base Camp stays one day more in this area for acclimatization. There are different modern facilities like ATMs, Money exchanges, Banks, pubs, Night bars, Restaurants, hotels, etc. Travelers also explore the Sherpa culture, tradition, Festivals, and lifestyle while acclimatizing to this region.
Everest View Hotel:
Everest View Hotel is a major attraction for travelers as it offers a Panoramic view of Majestic Mount Everest(8848.86m) and its surrounding mountains. It's the World's highest point hotel located at an elevation of 3962m from sea level. So, Our itinerary is designed for breakfast at the World's Highest Hotel for Every Traveler.
Tengboche Monastery is the Largest Monastery in the Khumbu Region. It is situated at an altitude of 3867m from sea level. It is located On a hill in between Dudh Koshi and Imja Khola Rivers. This Monastery is famous for its stunning view of Mount Ama Dablam.
It was first established in 1916 by Lama Guru but was destroyed by the earthquake of 1934. Then it was again rebuilt which was engulfed by fire in 1989. This Monastery has a special festival for Mani Rimdu Festival which falls in the Month of Mid October to November. This festival is one of the Major festivals in this region as it celebrates the Victory of Buddhism against the Bon Religion. Many local sherpas communities celebrate this festival for Nineteen days.
Everest Base Camp:
Everest Base Camp is the Popular Destination for millions of travelers all around the World. This place is famous not only by its side but also for the magnificent view of the mountain Regions that we can see from here. Located at an elevation of 5364m is the ultimate destination for trekkers where a mountain expedition to Mount Everest starts from here. There are two base camps on Mount Everest On different sides. North lies on the Tibetan Side at 5150m and South lies on the Nepal side at 5364 m. But the Nepalese side is very famous because of the adventure trekking route and many expedition teams have successfully climbed Mount Everest This side.
It is a small settlement with an elevation of 5164m in the Khumbu Region which lies on the edge of the Frozen Lake bed and is covered by Sand. This place is never inhabited by people all around the year but nowadays due to increasing tourism activity. There are hotels with Modern facilities and high-speed Internet. This is the common destination after Everest Base Camp Trek where you will stay last night before declining.
Kalapathar is named after the Nepalese words Kala Means Black and Patthar Means Rock. It is situated at an elevation of 5555m from sea Level and is a popular destination for helicopter landing. Many travelers are seen in this area who are coming to witness the world's highest peak Mount Everest which gives the best view of Mount Everest and Its surrounding mountains. This is the ultimate destination for Everest Base Camp Trek With Helicopter Return Trek Package. There are no hotels and guest houses in this area but camping is possible here which is mostly used by travelers during expedition time.
Sagarmatha National Park:
Sagarmatha National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its height and unique flora and Fauna in such elevation. This National Park is spread over 1148 km Square. So, every traveler needs a permit to Sagarmatha National Park from Lukla. The cost of the Sagarmatha National Park Permit is 3000 NRS. It lies at an elevation of 2845m to 8848m. This is home to many endangered species of Birds like Lophopurus, Monal, and Pheasant ect, Many coniferous plants like pine, Dhupi, Salla and Rhododendron, Red pandas, and Snow leopards are major attractions of this national Park. In 1979 it was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.