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  • Destination: Everest Kala Patthar
  • Group Size: 1-5
  • Maximum altitude: 5545 M
  • Best Season: Anytime of the year
  • Grade Info: Easy
  • Transportation: Helicopter
  • Total Days: 1

Helicopter to Everest Base Camp

Highlights of Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour

  • Scenic Flight from Kathmandu
  • Aerial Views of the Himalayas, including peaks like Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, Gaurishankar, Sishapangma, and many more.
  • Landing at Kala Patthar, the highest point of the Lower Everest Region
  • Landing at Hotel Everest View, the highest hotel in the world
  • Soak in the Everest Base Camp Atmosphere by exploring the views of beautiful land topography
  • Views of Khumbu Icefall and the diverse life of Namche Bazaar
  • Views of Ancient Tibetan Monasteries around the Everest Region

Must Read: Information on Itinerary Alteration and Kathmandu to Lukla flight information

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour is a unique luxury tour officiated in Nepal’s Everest Region of the Solukhumbu District. It is one of the exciting ways to experience the vibrant nature and beauty of the region. The tour offers travelers a chance to explore the towering mountains of the Himalayas, traditional villages, lush green forests and terraced fields, and religious sites in an aerial view. Similarly, the breathtaking landscapes of the Khumbu Valley are not to be missed.

Everest Helicopter Tour starts with a flight from Tribhuvan International Airport at Kathmandu, which lasts 45 minutes before arriving at Lukla Airport. After refueling the aircraft, the tour to one of the world’s most pristine nature and environments starts. As we start our journey, we also start seeing the magnificent views of panoramic views of lush valleys, terraced fields, traditional Sherpa villages, and snowcapped peaks. We reach Everest Base Camp and are involved in sightseeing activities for some minutes – the might Mount Everest with other peaks like Ama Dablam, Cho Oyu, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Island Peaks are worth watching while the beautiful sunrays in the peaks will give a once-in-a-lifetime moment for us.

We head toward Kala Patthar, the highest altitude location in Lower Everest Region. We have 360 views of peaks from Kala Patthar and also explore the Sherpa settlements if we have enough time to stop here. From Kala Patthar, we fly to Hotel Everest View, the highest hotel in the world, for meals and snacks. The helicopter tour then flies to Lukla, finally wrapping up our journey before heading toward Kathmandu.

Here is a comprehensive Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour blog for you. If you have any queries, you can find your answers here – if you don’t, please contact us for more details.

Understanding Everest Base Camp

Everest Base Camp is in the Khumbu Region inside Sagarmatha National Park of Solukhubu District, Nepal. It sits 5,364 meters above sea level – the altitude of Everest Base Camp in Tibet is 5,150 meters. It is generally known as the lap of Mount Everest, from where the journey of the Everest Expedition begins. This means that Everest Base Camp is a location to prepare for the climb. Many mountaineers stay at Everest Base Camp for several days to acclimatize before climbing Mount Everest.

Besides, EBC is a perfect destination for adventure seekers. The rocky and sloppy terrains and the rugged landscapes offer a daring challenge to trekkers worldwide. Similarly, it is also a perfect location to have magnificent views of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, and many other famous peaks. Those who seek to experience a total Himalayan lifestyle with the stunning natural beauty of the surrounding area are likely to get attracted to this destination.

History of Everest Base Camp

Everest Base Camp has a long history. In 1921, George Mallory attempted to climb the world’s tallest peak from the base camp, though he failed. Similarly, he led his second mission to climb Everest via Everest Base Camp; however, he never returned after that.

Later, Tenzing Norgay Sherpa and Sir Edmund Hillary summited Mount Everest on May 19, 1953. They utilized the trails from Everest Base Camp to reach the top of the peak. After that, Everest Base Camp became one of the talks of the town. Later, Jim Whitaker became the first American to climb Everest in 1963, which took the popularity of Base Camp to the next level. Since then, hundreds of trekkers and mountaineers have arrived at EBC to have the unmatched beauty of the Everest Region and its surrounding destinations like Gokyo Lake, Island Peak, Imja Valley, and many more.

Helicopter To Everest Base Camp | Detailed Itinerary

Phase 01: Pick up from Hotel | Drive to Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA)

Location: Kathmandu

Activity: Flight Briefing

Our Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Package starts in Kathmandu. Our agents from the tour agency will pick you up from your hotel and then escort you to Tribhuvan International Airport, where we will give a brief insight into this journey. You will be provided with the instructions and guidelines for the journey, which you must follow strictly.

Phase 02: Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla

Location: Lukla

Lukla Altitude: 2860 Meters

After a briefing session, we will fly toward Lukla (2860 meters) from Kathmandu, which takes around 45 minutes to reach. Don’t worry about the thrills because the flight to Lukla also includes sightseeing the beautiful sceneries of the mountains like Langtang, Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, and Gaurishankar.

Phase 03: Refueling at Lukla

We will land at Lukla Airport, also known as Tenzing Norgay Airport. After landing, the technical team will take the aircraft for refueling, which might take around 10 to 15 minutes.

Phase 04: Fly from Lukla to Everest Base Camp

Location: Everest Base Camp

Everest Base Camp Altitude: 5364 Meters

After refueling the helicopter, we will be on a beautiful journey to Everest Base Camp (5,364 meters). The aircraft will take us through the beautiful lush green forest and scenes of the Dudh Koshi River Valley that stretches up to Namche Bazaar. From the helicopter, we will see the beautiful mountain peaks, including Ganesh Himal (7,429m), Pumori (7,161m), Lhotse (8,516m), Gauri Shankar Himal (7,134m), Shishapangma (8,013m), Nuptse (7,855m), Ama Dablam (6,812m), and many others.

The helicopter will then follow the trails of Syangboche, Tengboche, Pheriche, Gorak Shep, and Everest Base Camp. We will get to land at the base camp and spend our time only a few times. So buckle up your gadgets, take snaps for the memory, and live the moment to the fullest.

Phase 05: Base Camp to Kala Patthar

Location: Kala Patthar

Kala Patthar Altitude: 5,555 Meters

From Base Camp, we will head towards Kala Patthar (5,555 Meters), the highest point in the lower Everest Region. Also, it is a perfect viewpoint to have 360 views of the Mahalangur Mountain Range in the north. It is located at the lap of the Mahalangur Range and is a viable route to Mt. Everest.

Phase 06: Kala Patthar to Everest View Hotel

Location: Everest View Hotel

Everest View Hotel Altitude: 3962 Meters

Afterward, our helicopter will take us to Everest View Hotel at Syangboche, where we will stop and have snacks. This hotel is one of the most famous eateries as it is the highest-altitude hospitality service in the world.

Phase 07: Syangboche to Lukla

Location: Lukla

Lukla Altitude: 2860 Meters

From Syangboche, the helicopter will fly directly to Lukla. The beautiful vistas of nature and the Himalayas continue as you can delve into the beautiful aerial views of the Khumbu Glacier, Mt. Everest, Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Namche Bazaar, and green forests of rhododendron, pine, and fir.

Phase 08: Flight to Kathmandu

After arriving at Lukla, we will fly back to Kathmandu and wrap up our luxury helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp.

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Trip Cost US$ 1500 Per person
Cost Includes:
  • Helicopter flight from Kathmandu to Everest Base Camp
  • Airport Transfers from and to your hotel
  • Domestic Airport Tax
  • Necessary Permits and Their Fees
  • Guides and Tour Escorts
  • Landing and exploration time at Everest Base Camp
  • Safety equipment and gear
  • In-flight commentary briefing
  • Meals and Snack Fees in Everest View Hotel
Cost Excludes:
  • The Nepal Entry Visa fee is not included. Click here for details.
  • Accommodation before and after the tour
  • Personal expenses
  • Extra activity fees which are not mentioned in our itinerary
  • Tips and gratitude to staff and guides
  • Travel Insurance
  • Emergency Evacuation Fees
  • Additional costs added to the plan due to canceling or postponing of the tour

Frequently Asked Questions

How long does an Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour usually last?

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour With Landing usually last for a day. The tour can be completed within 4 to 5 hours.

What are the advantages of a Helicopter Tour over a trek?

First, a helicopter tour to EBC is convenient and time-saving. Similarly, it is not physically and technically demanding like trekking. Moreover, this tour lets travelers view Mount Everest and other peaks closely.

Is there a minimum number of participants required for a helicopter tour?

It all depends upon the tour operator and clients. But the maximum number of passengers in a helicopter is five.

Do I need to be physically fit for this tour?

No, people with physical conditions also can go for this tour conveniently. Unlike trekking, helicopter tours are way more easy and less physically demanding.

What is the best time of year for an Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour With Landing?

Since the Autumn and Spring seasons give clear visibility and come with stable weather and climate condition, they are considered the best time for this tour.

Can I take photographs during the helicopter tour?

Yes, you can take photographs during the helicopter tour, but you should not mess with the guidelines and safety of the tour since your actions can hamper the flight and put others’ lives in danger.

Do I Need A Permit For This Tour?

No, permits are not required for a helicopter tour since you won't trek through restricted areas. However, your tour operator will handle all necessary flight clearances and permissions.

Is there a weight limit for passengers on the helicopter tour?

Yes, there is a weight limit for passengers for this tour. Before the tour begins, you should inquire about the weight limitations and provision of extra weights, including your backpacks and luggage in a helicopter.

Will I have a chance to land at Everest Base Camp during the helicopter tour?

Yes, of course! You can land at the base camp, but the time limit will be less.

Is it safe to fly in a helicopter in the Everest region?

Yes, flying in a helicopter in the Everest Region is safe. But it might also depend on the time of the year you are traveling since the weather can vary from season to season. We recommend going for a helicopter tour in Autumn and Spring for an enjoyable journey.

Why Take Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour?

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour With Landing has several advantages. From time efficiency to unique sightseeing experiences, this package serves you best with all it has. Here are some reasons why you should take Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour:

Time Efficiency:

Helicopter tours are conducted for some hours only; the same mechanism goes with the Everest Base Camp. The flight from Kathmandu to Lukla takes only 45 minutes. And from Lukla, we will take off on a beautiful Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. The Helicopter will take us to Tengboche in just around 10 minutes, and from Tengboche, it only takes 12-15 minutes to embark and relish the beauty of the Everest Region.


Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Package is a luxury trip without physical preparation and gear management. Since we will be flying on a helicopter from Kathmandu to Lukla and Lukla to Everest Base Camp, there is no requirement for physical fitness. Anyone with any physical condition can embark on this unique trip. Travelers do not have to hike through the rugged and rocky terrains of the Everest Region, which make it easy to embark on this package. This minimizes not only the physical requirements but also gear and equipment management.

Beautiful Scenery:

The main motive of the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour With Landing is to have a bird's eye view of the Himalayas, including the peaks like Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Cho Oyu, Island Peak, and others. Similarly, attractions like Kala Patthar, Gorakshep, ancient monasteries, lush green forest, Khumbu Ice Fall, and Sherpa settlements come under this. Since the Everest region is naturally and culturally diverse, travelers can have stunning views of these aspects.

Preparing for the Helicopter Tour

Like a trekking package, Everest Helicopter Tour also requires preparation. There are some attributes to consider before embarking on this beautiful journey that takes us to the height of the Himalayas. Here are some of the things where you should peek at your strategy.

Selecting a reputable tour operator:

Several operators provide this luxury tour to Everest. The helicopter service providers under Yeti Airlines, Buddha Airlines, and Simrik Airlines work to provide sophisticated tours over the Himalayas.

Before setting off for the tour, travelers should consider selecting a reputable tour operator which provides services based on their preferences and interests. They can also customize their tour aligning with these operators to meet their expectations and make the tour more enjoyable.

At Exciting Nepal, we have a 1 Day Helicopter Tour, which will fly you to the pristine region of Everest in Solukhumbu District. We have group-sharing and private chartered helicopter tour services with different price tags. You can customize your tour to make this trip unique and unmatched.

Necessary permits and paperwork

In case of trekking, travelers must prepare well for the Everest Base Camp journey with the necessary permits and paperwork. Since Everest Base Camp is in Sagarmatha National Park, you will need Sagarmatha National Park Entry Fee, which costs NRs. 3000 per person. This license is required since the National Parks in Nepal are restricted, and you need special permission from the Government of Nepal to enter.

You should always carry your legal ID and necessary paperwork, like a valid visa with copies of your photograph. It will allow you to verify your identity while embarking on the tour.

However, the helicopter tour does not need any permits and licenses. Travelers do not have to get entangled in the strings of documenting hassle for this luxury journey.

Physical Fitness and Health Considerations

There is a minimal need for physical fitness for the EBC Helicopter Tour since it does not include any hikes in its itinerary. But if you have a problem exposing yourself to high altitudes, you should take certain precautions. Helicopter Tour takes you to over 5000 meters in altitude, which might get you symptoms of altitude sickness, such as difficulty breathing, nausea, vomiting, and others.

Similarly, remember to open up with your tour operators for health issues. And remember to pack your prescribed medication if you have such conditions.

What To Pack For The Tour?

Here are some things you should consider packing for the EBC Helicopter Tour.

Clothing: You should pack light and comfortable clothes for this tour. Also, remember to pack warm clothes since the weather and temperature of the Everest Region are freezing. Here is the list of clothes you should have in your backpack:

  • Moisture-wicking socks keep your feet dry and prevent blisters.
  • Lightweight and breathable trekking pants or shorts.
  • Long-sleeve shirts and T-shirts for layering.
  • Fleece jacket or down jacket for warmth.
  • Waterproof and windproof outer shell jacket.
  • Insulating layers such as a thermal base layer or sweater.
  • Hat or beanie to protect your head from cold.
  • Gloves or mittens for hand warmth.
  • Sunglasses and sunscreen for UV protection.
  • Quick-drying towel.

Personal Gear: You need to carry your gear during the tour. So you should already decide what to bring and what not to. For your assistance, here are some gears you should consider:

  • Backpack or daypack to carry your essentials.
  • Water bottle or hydration bladder.
  • Snacks and energy bars for sustenance.
  • Personal medications and a basic first aid kit.
  • Cash and necessary identification documents.
  • Camera or smartphone for capturing memories.
  • Extra batteries or power banks.
  • Universal power adapter for charging devices.
  • Binoculars for better views.

Besides, you should be mindful of the weight of your luggage during the journey. Remember, the helicopter you will onboard has weight limitations, so it's advised to pack lightly for this tour.

Accommodation options

Accommodation and logistics are other entities that you should be thinking about. It is recommended to book a place to rest and eat your lunch in advance. There is probably less chance of landing during the journey; however, some agencies can land at Kala Patthar and Namche, where you can find several tea houses and hotels to manage your logistics. They charge you a certain amount for their service, but we assure you that it meets your expectations.

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Challenges and Risks Of Helicopter Tours

Helicopter tours to Everest Base Camp come with their challenges and risks. Since the destination is a high-altitude location, it can be challenging for travelers to adapt to the climate and altitude. Besides, there are other technical challenges they might face during this trip. Here are some of them:

Altitude Sickness and Acclimatization

For your information, the helicopter tour takes you over 5000 meters above sea level since Everest Base Camp lies at 5364 meters. So travelers might find it challenging to acclimate when a helicopter tour's altitude drastically changes. It's why many of them suffer from altitude sickness, causing symptoms like nausea, vomiting, fever, fatigue, and dizziness. Preparing yourself through altitude training, acclimatization, and lung training is recommended.

Weather and Flight Cancellations

Needless to say, the weather condition of Everest Base Camp is unpredictable. Sharp winds, rainfall, snowfall, and a cloudy environment are common things to experience in this region. These weather challenges might cause a lack of clear visibility to humans and helicopters, which might cause accidents. We have many records of flight mishaps due to bad weather conditions.

Due to this risk, there is a high chance of getting helicopter tours canceled and postponed. It is advised to go through the weather forecast and plan accordingly to embark on this journey safely.

Limited Time At The Base Camp

During the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour, travelers only get a little time to spend at the Base Camp. Since our itinerary will be of limited hours, time in Everest Base Camp will be around half an hour or even less. The weather will also adversely affect our time at the base camp. The harsh environmental condition will make the human body difficult to adjust to the region, leading to altitude sickness and other altitude-related illnesses.

Safety Precautions During The Tour

Safety becomes your priority before thrills and adventures during the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour With Landing Package. So travelers should prepare with everything they have before taking on this luxury tour. Here are some of the recommendations:

Research and Plan:

Before you book your Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour, it is advised to do proper research about the destination. Travelers should acknowledge the geological, political, environmental, and cultural aspects of the Everest Region beforehand and should prepare and plan accordingly. They should acknowledge the local customs, safety risks, and other related factors to adapt to them.

Travel And Health Insurance:

Insurance should be claimed before heading to the destination. Make sure you purchase comprehensive insurance covering your medical emergencies, lost/stolen belongings, canceled trips, and others.

Travel Insurance generally compensates you with the original cost if helicopter tours are canceled or postponed. Similarly, health insurance covers all the injury costs and even compensates some amount to the family in case of a traveler’s death.

Stay Informed:

Travelers should be focused on the latest travel advisories and warnings issued by the local government or relevant authorities regarding Everest Region. You should be in close contact with your tour agency and embassy to stay updated about the burning issues regarding your destination. This will help you whether to onboard on this tour or wait until things go well.

Share Itinerary:

Sharing the tour itinerary will help you seek help from your near and dear ones to obtain copies of passports, visas, and photos. So sharing your itinerary with your trusted friend and family is wise.

Secure Valuables:

While embarking on EBC Helicopter Tour, be mindful of protecting your belongings by yourself. If you are seeking a group-sharing package, the luggage, and backpacks might get hassled, so to avoid such issues, you should add name tags to your belongings. This will allow you to find your valuables even if they get lost easily.

Stay Alert:

Always stay alert about the weather conditions, climate, and changes in the plan. Listen to the weather forecast to have a safe start to the journey, and stay in close contact with the tour operators to know if there are any changes or amendments in your package.

Respect Local Laws and Customs:

Everest Base Camp region comprises of Sherpa community that follows Buddhism. You should know the dos and don’ts around this area so that you won’t mess up any religious and cultural values of the people. The monasteries are not allowed to enter with slippers or shoes on. And remember, the monks do not entertain photographs without consent, so be polite while conversing. Similarly, they are not meant to touch any female, so be mindful of their beliefs and customs. Lastly, dress appropriately while visiting religious sites.

Stay Hydrated and Well-Rested:

You must know that you will fly over 5000 meters above sea level. So having a proper rest and staying healthy is the first and foremost thing to remain safe. Stay hydrated and acclimatize to adjust your body to the altitude. This will help you get rid of altitude sickness and other related illnesses.

Listen to Your Pilot’s Instruction:

Always follow the instructions and guidelines provided by your pilot. Do not over-engage with them since flying the aircraft can be a disturbance. Buckle up the seatbelts and enjoy the aerial view of the mystic mountainous region of Everest Base Camp.

Practical Tips and Advice

Booking Considerations and Cost

Always seek the help of a reputable touring agency to choose the best helicopter tour operators. Also, do your research before booking the package. Read the reviews and take recommendations from those who have already embarked on this tour.

Time To Take The Tour

Always fix the time to take this helicopter tour before you book. Analyze your interest and expectations from this tour; some may travel for a honeymoon, some for vacation or adventure. So you should already know what you will do for and during the tour. After fixing the expectations, choose which year's timeline serves the best results and book accordingly.

Photography Tips

If you are a photography geek, Mount Everest Helicopter Tour is the perfect platform to get the best shots of your life. Its pristine beauty offers photographers thousands of ways to relive their dream with the snaps of their cameras. Pack your camera and essential accessories with you, ensure they are safe during the travel, and indulge in the beauty of the Everest Region.

Alternative Helicopter Tours In The Region

There are several nearby destinations where you can go for a helicopter tour from Everest Base Camp. The Upper Himalayan Region of Nepal features many breathtaking locations with the beauty of nature and culture. Here are some of the alternative destinations where you can go for a helicopter tour:

Besides, the Everest Base Camp journey can be done via trekking and returned by helicopter. This is one of the unique packages in Nepal that integrates both trekking as well as helicopter tour.

Best Time For Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Package

It all depends on your preference and interest in when to go for Mount Everest Helicopter Tour. But looking at the tour trends worldwide, the best time for EBC Helicopter Tour is post-monsoon and pre-monsoon, which are the Autumn and Spring seasons. Here is why you should travel during these times.

Autumn Season (September to May):

  • Stable weather and climate conditions
  • Clear skies offer stunning panoramic views of the Himalayas
  • Mild temperatures during the day and cooler nights
  • High visibility and less chance of rainfall or snowfall

Temperature During Autumn:

Daytime: 12 °C to 16 °C

Night Time: 5 °C to -14 °C

Spring (March to May):

  • Moderate temperatures
  • Clear blue skies with excellent visibility and breathtaking views of the mountains
  • Colorful surroundings (Rhododendrons and other flowers bloom, adding vibrant colors to the landscape)
  • Stable weather and climate conditions

Temperature During Spring in EBC:

Daytime: 10 °C to 17 °C

Night Time: 0 °C to -15 °C

Can I Go For Off-Season Helicopter Tour To Everest Base Camp

Going for an off-season helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp is not recommended, though it can be done by looking at the weather condition and climate. Here are some reasons why you should not undertake the off-season trip to EBC:

Weather Conditions: Off-Season tours are operated in Summer and Winter seasons, and these times are considered dangerous for helicopter flights. During the summer, a monsoon hits the Everest Region, bringing heavy rainfall and thick clouds in the sky. The rainfall and the clouds make visibility challenging, which is the primary reason not to take heli-rides. It can also challenge the aircraft’s performance.

Similarly, during winter, Everest Region features heavy snowfall, bringing freezing temperatures below 0 Degrees Celsius. Freezing temperature is a prime reason for a lagged aircraft’s performance. It can also be very dangerous for travelers since they can suffer from altitude sickness because the helicopter flies more than 5000 meters in altitude.

Safety Concerns: The harsh weather condition increases the risk of accidents. Reduced visibility, icing on the aircraft, and unpredictable weather patterns are some concerns you might encounter during the off-season tour to Everest Base Camp.

Limited Support Service: In emergencies, Helicopter should be landed at a safe place, but during the off-season tour, it is very challenging to spot the safe place. It is due to the lack of visibility and the helicopter’s performance. Similarly, the support service operates their task minimally because of the unpredicted weather conditions, so if anyone runs in an emergency, there is less chance of rescuing.

Restricted Flight Operations: The helicopter services are all managed by the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal. And it is no wonder they impose restrictions on the off-season helicopter tours to EBC due to safety issues. These restrictions include reduced flight frequencies, limitations on landing sites, or complete suspension of flights.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Cost

For your advance information, EBC Helicopter Tour is a luxury tour, and it requires a hefty sum of budget to embark on it. The average cost of a helicopter tour starts from $1500 per person if you are in a group. The lowest cost in a group of 5 people is around $1500 per person. If the group size is small, the price gets hiked up; here is a list of the average price per person in a group.

The price for one person is very high since it is a private chartered flight in a helicopter. There is also a provision for booking a chartered flight to Everest Base Camp, which offers a customizable service. These packages are sophisticated and handy but also pricy.

Trekking vs. Helicopter Tour: Pros and cons

It’s up to the traveler to choose whether to take on an Everest Helicopter Tour Package or indulge in a trekking experience. It depends upon their choice, preference, and interest in what they seek from the Mount Everest Helicopter Tour. While trekking takes you through a more immersive and physically challenging experience, Helicopter Tour will be calm and convenient. But both of these options come with pros and cons. Here is a detailed explanation of the Trekking vs. Everest Helicopter Tour.

Trekking Pros:

  • Immersive Experience: As said earlier, Everest Base Camp Trek is adventurous; it allows trekkers to immerse in the natural beauty and cultural experience of the Khumbu Region. Trekkers can visit the local community and delve deep into the people, lifestyle, and livelihood. The views of Mt. Everest with other subsidiary peaks are magnificent experiences you will get while trekking.
  • Cultural Experience: Everest Region is rich in diverse people, cultures, languages, and customs. Trekkers can be involved in cross-cultural activities by visiting the local Sherpa settlements, monasteries, and temples and getting insights into their religious values.

Trekking Cons:

  • Physical Challenge: Everest Base Camp Trekking Package is a multi-day package comprising rocky and rugged remote terrain requiring high efficiency and fitness.
  • Time-Consuming: EBC Trek consumes more than two weeks. Since the EBC Trail stretches from Lukla to Base Camp, it cannot be completed within a day. The average time to complete this trek is around 14 days.

Everest Helicopter Tour Pros:

  • Time-Saving: Everest Helicopter Tour can be completed within a day, just hours. Travelers can book their flight, initiate their journey from Kathmandu, and fly to Lukla first. They will round up the Everest Region from there, touching Kala Patthar.
  • Bird-Eye View: Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Package offers an unforgettable bird-eye view from the helicopter's window. The views of the Himalayas, including Mt. Everest and peaks from the Mahalangur Range, lush green forest, and local settlements, are praise-worthy.

Everest Helicopter Tour Cons:

  • Price Tag: Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Package is a luxury tour package that requires more than $1000 per person. And if you are looking for a chartered flight to this destination, the price can be even more.
  • Passive Medium of Tour: Mount Everest Helicopter Tour is a passive medium of touring around the Everest Region. There will be little contact with the local people, and the interaction with them will be minimal. So there is less chance of cross-cultural activities and knowing the people, their lifestyle, and culture.


Overall, Mount Everest Helicopter Tour or Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Package offers you a lifetime memorable chance to explore the beauty of the Nepalese Himalayas. Not only a mountainous experience but also offers a thrilling experience to explore the local Sherpa settlements, land topography, and the diverse natural resources available in Everest Region.

Embarking on this luxury tour will bring you peace of mind with a good travel story to recite, along with an unforgettable experience in the remote Himalayan location. So if you are looking forward to booking a trip to EBC via helicopter, give us a ping or a call; we can make it happen with several amenities for our clients.

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