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Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour - 1 Day

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Location: Everest Region

Price: US $1300 P/P

1 Day

Trip Facts

Group Size

Min. 5 Pax

Trip Grade



Not required for a day tour

Max Altitude

5550m, Kalapatthar


only Breakfast on Everest view hotel


Helicopter, Car

Trip Highlights

  • Wonderful views of high snow-capped peaks with four of the 8 thousand (Everest, Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu)
  • Landing in the Magneficient viewpoint of Kalapatthar Ri (5545 m) overlooking the Everest Massif
  • Breakfast at the wonderful Everest view hotel in Syangboche
  • A slice of Sherpa Culture, Buddhist art, and tradition in the Khumbu Region.
  • Mountains descriptions and legends from our well-informed guide.
  • Sublime view of the Khumbu and Ngozumpa glacier with the Gokyo lake complex.
  • Flying beside the Himalayas with an extended view of different peaks of Nepal and Tibet.
  • The Direct flight from TIA, Kathmandu, and the shortest way to reach the EBC and Khumbu region.
  • Maximum delights even more than the Everest Base Camp Trek sometimes.


The Everest base camp Helicopter tour is an adventure of a lifetime. Everest, the highest mountain in the world, is so popular that a helicopter drops you off at its base. It is untrue that this tour is exclusively for wealthy individuals. We provide a joining tour, which costs between US $1300 and $1500. The base camp and the helicopter are the tour's highlights, and we'll introduce them to you below:

Note: we have a 5% Discount on Christmas, New Year, and  International Everest Day

Three Everest Base camp

The map shows us two Everest base camps. The term "South base camp" also refers to this base camp located in Nepal. Everest is referred to as Sagarmatha in Nepali. The Sagarmatha base camp is another name for the Everest base camp. The second is the new Everest base camp; the first is the old Everest base camp. Standing at 5364 meters above sea level are both Everest base camps.

The Tibet side of Everest Base Camp is another. The North Base Camp is another name for this base camp. It is located 5150 meters above sea level. Chomolungma base camp, also called Everest Chomolungma by the Chinese and Tibetan people, is another name for this base camp in Tibet. The one we currently visit is the recently established Everest base camp.

Recent Everest base camp (EBC) on the Nepal Side

The expedition crew set up camp in a tent at Everest Base Camp. While ascending Everest, the highest peak in the world, the climbers set up a tent camp. Situated under the Khumbu ice fall on the Khumbu glacier lies the Everest base camp. Trekkers and tourists now frequently visit the Nepali side of the mountain's New Recent Everest Base Camp (EBC). At the new base camp, the climbers also set up a tent camp.

Because of this perspective, people are favouring the new base camps over the older ones. From the new base camp, we get a little better view of Everest than from the old one. There are expedition routes close to the new base camp.

The base camp is not a permanent location; instead, it shifts annually in response to glacier fluctuations. There are thousands of tents and climbers waiting for the trips during the spring climbing season.

Helicopter / Chopper Meaning

A type of rotorcraft is a helicopter. Rotors provide the thrust and lift. It is also referred to as choppers. The helicopter can fly and land vertically thanks to its rotors. This permits flying laterally, forwardly, and backward in addition to hovering.

The French word "HELICOPTER" is where the English word "helicopter" originated. Helicopters go by various names in English, including Chopper, copter, Helo, Heli, and Whirlybird.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Flight

The Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour flight is the most popular tour in the Himalayas with Nepal's top helicopter operator. You will be standing on the edge of eight thousand mountains when you are at Everest Base Camp. This will make you appreciate nature's magnificent shades and beauty. Although it was only available to wealthy individuals a few years ago, the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour is today quite popular and is taken by many.

Many are limited to taking on the challenge of trekking to Everest base camp if they lack adequate physical fitness. Some individuals who are unsure of their level of physical fitness put in a lot of practice and effort before going. Some travelers choose to combine yoga and fitness with their Everest base camp visit, while others choose to travel in luxury.

Many individuals won't be able to reach base camp despite putting in a lot of training and hard work, which is a waste of time and money. Therefore, the helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp is crucial to realizing people's dreams and drawing their attention.

The Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour is an ideal substitute for difficult routes and other forms of altitude sickness. This helicopter tour highlights a new aspect of the majestic peaks and allows one to capture the beauty of Everest.

This helicopter landing trip to base camp is a great option for a quick flying vacation for thrill seekers. Join Magic Himalaya Treks if being at the base camp is your desire. Enjoy the finest that the magnificent Himalayas have to offer in safety and security.

Important Note:

This is a share-helicopter landing tour to base camp. There will be an additional fee if you choose to take a private helicopter tour. If the Heli flight is canceled or unsuccessful due to bad weather or other weather-related reasons, we will charge you US $40.

The US $40 is for drop and pick-up. Don't forget to check Mt. Everest Helicopter Charter Flight Tour to Base Camp if you want to take a two-day helicopter tour of the mountain. For those who would like to stay longer in the Everest region, there is a package tour available.

Bookings at the last minute are accepted for this tour. Before the tour begins, payment for the whole amount must be made.

Outline Itinerary

One Day before Tour
We will meet you at your booked hotel and finalize the tour and do all the formalities.

Tour Day
We will pick you from the hotel and drop you back to the hotel after the tour complete.



We will meet you in your booked hotel and finalize the tour and do all the formalities. You can give us the name of your hotel or place you stay so that we can come there and finalize everything. If you prefer to visit our company then we will pick you up from your location. we can finalize the tour a week ago also. Remember us for all your question by email or any other means of communication that is suitable for you.


Full Day plan

Here is the Full plan for doing the Everest base camp helicopter tour.

  • Kathmandu Airport (TIA) – Fly over Nagarkot – Jiri – Land at Tenzing Hillary Airport Lukla- Refueling –Flyover Syangbochea –Tengbochea - Pherichea land –Gorekshap –land at EBC/Kalapather – Take off after 15 minutes – Land at Syangboche – Hike to Hotel Everest view – Fly to Lukla – Refueling – Fly Kathmandu.

First Phase: Pick Up and Transfer to Kathmandu Airport (5:15 to 6:00 am)

How far you stay from TIA Airport will determine the pick-up time. Thamel is a simple spot to choose from. Our employees will pick you up in a car with a driver at your hotel and drive you to the airport. The weather and tower alarm are other factors that affect the pick-up.

Second Phase: Morning briefing with flight instructor (6:15 am to 7:15)

The flight instructor will give a briefing before you board the helicopter. You will be informed of the safety protocols for helicopters by her/him. You are welcome to ask any questions you may have during the session. The Pilot will identify himself and provide you with some last, crucial information later. Then it's time to get ready for takeoff and board the helicopter.

Third Phase: Fly to Lukla and ascend to Everest base camp & Kalapather - Fly Back to Kathmandu. (7:15 am to 11:30 am)

We are about to board our helicopter flight out of Kathmandu. The chopper takes off from Kathmandu and flies east to the Lukla airfield in the Solukhambu area. Some breathtaking mountains, including Ganesh Himal, Langtang Lirung, and Gauri Sanker, will be traversed.

Additionally, locations like Lamjura Pass, Ramechhap, Junbensi, and the well-known Jiri—also referred to as the Switzerland of Nepal—will be visible to us. After arriving at Lukla, the flight makes a quick landing to refuel which takes 15 to 20 minutes. Here, we can stretch, look around, and use the restrooms.

We will fly above some densely forested areas and over picturesque Sherpa villages. The view from the aircraft is magical: verdant hills and valleys, dotted with snow-capped mountains that loom large over the sky. The highest point you will reach on your Everest helicopter tour is Kala Patthar.

The landing in Kala Patthar takes around ten minutes and is amazing. You can take in breathtaking vistas and capture images and videos of Everest. Hereafter, the helicopter takes off from Kalapather, crosses Everest Base Camp, and lands at Syangbochea Airport.

The world's highest hotel, which is also listed in the Guinness World Record book, is located just above the heliport. This is a Japanese-built hotel, Everest View Hotel, offering lavish amenities and services. After breakfast, we will head back to Lukla to refuel. We'll immediately take off again for TIA after that.

Fourth Phase: Evaluation of the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tours and Hotel Drive-Back (11: 30 to 12:30)

Upon landing in Kathmandu, our representatives will greet you and gather your feedback about the tour experience. We value your honest opinions and suggestions for improvement. Your private vehicle will be waiting to transport you back to your hotel. You may receive an email requesting a review on platforms like TripAdvisor, Trustpilot, Facebook, Instagram, or our company website's review section.

What's included?

  • Transportation from and to Kathmandu by private car depends on group size.
  • 4 hours Everest base camp helicopter tour landing in base camp, Kalapather & Everest viewpoint.
  • Airport Taxes
  • Everest National Park fee (for Private flight)
  • Experience guide who is very much familiar with the area and mountains. (for private flights)
  • Medical kit box and oxygen cylinder for Everest base camp Helicopter tour
  • Company service charges and fees
  • All government taxes and fees
  • landing 30 to 40 minutes for breakfast in the Everest View hotel
  • Landing stops at Kalapather's viewpoint.
  • Passenger Insurance

What's not included?

  • Breakfast if it is a joining flight
  • National park fee if it is a joining flight
  • Sagarmatha National Park fees which are US $34 to US $38 per person
  • Travel Insurance during the travel
  • Hard and soft drinks throughout the day trip
  • Expenses for personal gear
  • Tips for Everest base camp helicopter tour Staff

Departure dates

Start Dates are your arrival date in Nepal and End Dates are the returning date from Nepal.

Start Date End Date Price Availability Booking
750/PP 5 PAX
700/PP 5 PAX
750/PP 5 PAX

Private trips are available on any date of your choice at any time of the year. Let us know about your preferred travel dates and we shall organize it as per your convenience. Get in touch with us via bellow contact us form.

Essential Information

Major Places Seen or Visited During the Tour

Everest View Hotel Visit

One of the highest-placed hotels on the EBC trek is the Everest View Hotel, which offers luxurious lodging and amenities. This hotel is located in close proximity to Namche Bazaar, the Sherpa capital within Sagarmath National Park.

Trekkers and those undertaking helicopter tours both come to the hotel to enjoy their rest day, which doubles as an acclimatization day, because of its breathtaking view of Everest and numerous other Himalayan ranges. It's the greatest spot for hospitality as well. You will have the opportunity to learn a great deal about Sherpa culture and customs during the helicopter trip.

We can choose to have breakfast or lunch tea at the Everest View Hotel while doing the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. Here, a lot of people have breakfast while taking a heli-tour. Several items are available here, some of which have menus detailed below.

Nepali Cuisine

On the Everest base camp helicopter trip, we can enjoy Nepali cuisine, sometimes referred to as DalBhat. DalBhat is rice and Lenten soup. Along with many other things, it is served with pickles, papads, and curries. MoMos, Gundruk, and a variety of Nepali cuisines are also available. The true flavor of the local culture is offered by these traditional cuisines.

International Cuisine

The hotel frequently serves a wide variety of international cuisine, such as sandwiches, burgers, and pizza. Individuals can choose from a selection of world culinary options, and also try buffet service.

Himalayan Region Special

Both fresh and Himalayan-specific yak cheese and meat products are available. The items that many people enjoy the most are the yak steak and burger.

Breakfast Options

There are numerous breakfast options available at the Everest View Hotel, including various Sets of Breakfast. Upon completion of the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour, we can also enjoy pancakes and fresh fruit. Some individuals also enjoy toast and boiled eggs.


There are plenty of alternatives for both hot and cold drinks at the Everest View Hotel. There are many different cocktails available on the menu. They also serve local alcoholic drinks and herbal tea. There is also an abundance of cold juice and cold beverages, like Fanta and Coke. In this region, butter tea is a must-try.


Whether you are visiting by walk or Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour, the Everest View Hotel creates its own bread and cakes that you can enjoy. For vegetarians, the hotel also offers excellent vegetarian cuisine.

Kala Patthar (5,550 meters) - Black Rock

Kala Patthar translates to "black rock" in Nepali. Situated slightly above the Gorakshep and on the southern ridge of Mount Pumori is this black hill known as Kala Pathar. In the Khumbu Region, this is the best viewpoint. The closest distance to Mount Everest is visible at this position.

After finishing base camp, a lot of people spend the night in Gorakshep merely to take in the breathtaking view from this black rock. In addition to the enormous Everest, there are numerous more mountains in the area, including Pumori, Nuptse, Changtse, Laubecha, Taubecha, Amadablam, and many more.

Everest Base Camp (5,364 meters)

The true jewel of Khumbu and Nepal is the Everest Base Camp. You feel like the luckiest person in the world when you are standing on the base camp of the tallest mountain in the world and taking in the scenery and sunrise.

The trek to Everest Base Camp is the ideal location for travelers from across the world who want to trek or climb. To get here, it takes more than a week for all of the trekkers and climbers, which is an adventure in and of itself.

When it comes to climbing and expeditions, the EBC resembles a market with an abundance of tents, people, yaks, and music. The most efficient alternate route to base camp, which takes around four hours, is the helicopter flight tour.

You can also take in breathtaking vistas of snow-capped peaks including Mt. Everest, Nuptse, Pumori, and the Khumbu glacier from the base camp of the tallest mountain.

Tenzing Hillary Airport Lukla (2,860 meters)

One of the lovely little Sherpa settlements is Lukla. It is widely used as the beginning of a lot of adventure routes in the Everest region. There are ways to Gokyo Valley, Thama, Chhukung, and the foot of Everest. Lukla is well-known for its tiny, remote airport, from which frequent flights from Kathmandu depart in the morning.

As the highest airport in the world, this one is widely known. We can experience Sherpa culture and cuisine here because the majority of the population is Sherpa. Now, for business purposes, this area is also home to those from the lower area.

Next Options on Mt. Everest Helicopter Charter Flight tour to Base Camp

This is the ideal option for you if you have time and would like to spend some time in the Himalayas. If you choose this tour option, you can enjoy the Himalayas more than anyone else. We present this tour since a lot of customers of Magic Himalaya Treks wish to spend more time in the mountains. To inquire about our two-day tour alternatives, you can visit our next package which is Mt. Everest Helicopter charter Flight tour to base camp.

CAAN New Regulations to Ensure Helicopter Safety

The Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) has released new rules to guarantee helicopter safety in the wake of the Manang Air helicopter crash during the Everest base camp helicopter trip. The following guidelines will aid in preventing helicopter accidents:

  1. A team led by CAAN has been established to oversee and manage helicopter and STOL operations on a daily basis.
  2. The power to provide authorization for helicopter activities, including rescue flights, to be consolidated at ATD from now until September, with a weekly check-in to ensure this clause is still in existence.
  3. Helicopter flower showering is to be postponed until September; non-essential flights such as mountain flights and external load operations (sling flights).
  4. The flight crew members who own stock in the company are not permitted to use their license for any kind of commercial flight.
  5. The above item 4 should be included in the AOCR for the necessary amendment in order to address a number of policy-level issues, including the enforcement manual.

Interesting Facts about Helicopter Service in Nepal

The following are some fascinating details regarding helicopter operations in Nepal:

  • Didier Delsalle broke the record on May 14, 2005, when he successfully landed a helicopter on the top of Mount Everest.
  • Helicopter tours are also used for research and filming in the popular film EVEREST, which was inspired by the book Into Thin Air, and the Indian Bollywood film UUNCHAI, which stars Amitabh Bachchan and Parineeti Chopra.
  • Numerous helicopter services are available for experiencing the wilderness on Everest, Annapurna, Langtang, and other places in Nepal.
  • The Hollywood movie Everest is based on and includes the most dangerous rescue flight performed by a Nepalese Army pilot, Colonel Madan Kc, who used an MI-17 helicopter to reach an altitude of 5700 meters to rescue climbers in 1996.

​Areas Covered by Helicopter Operators

As per the Aviation Regulation Board of Nepal, there are eleven commercial helicopter companies operating in the country at the moment. All of these businesses provide helicopter tours to the Everest base camp. These businesses offer both long and short-distance domestic helicopter services in Nepal. These operators frequently cover the following places in Nepal:

  1. Chartered Flights
  2. Cargo and Courier Flights
  3. Heli tour Service
  4. Rescue search and Medical evacuation
  5. Ariel's photography and Videography
  6. An expedition, adventure (skydiving, Skiing & Pilgrimage tour
  7. The Nepal Army has its own helicopter which they use for defence and military

Helicopter Companies in Nepal

In Nepal, there are numerous helicopter operators affiliated with various companies. These helicopter firms are all currently operating helicopter tours to the Everest base camp. The list of helicopter companies in Nepal is provided here.

  1. Heli Everest
  2. Altitude Air
  3. Mountain Helicopter
  4. Air Dynasty Heli Service
  5. Manang Air
  6. Prabhu Helicopter
  7. Kailash Heli Service
  8. Fishtail Helicopter
  9. Simrik Air
  10. Shree Airlines
  11. Mustang Helicopter

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Service with Safety & Security

One of the best and safest ways to travel to and from Everest's base camp is via the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. Many trekkers had to be rescued throughout their journey because of a variety of conditions, as we have all heard. Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Service with Safety & Security is what people looking for and we operators also need to operate things nicely and safely.

Various unforeseen circumstances such as food poisoning, cramps, altitude sickness, and other issues can be the reason. During the helicopter tour, you hardly hear about any of these issues. This is the safest tour in Nepal because there are no problems at all.

We give the visitors who are on tours appropriate oxygen cylinders to help them manage with the low oxygen levels. Therefore, you shouldn't be concerned that the altitude could cause a serious issue. Security and safety will be taken care of.

Everest Base Camp Trek Vs Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Vs Everest Base Camp Heli Trek

The goals of all three of these trips are to get to Everest's base camp and get up close to the majestic mountain. One of these three completes this task in 12 days, another in 8, and a third in a single day.

One of the shortest trips in Nepal, lasting only a day, is the helicopter tour to the base of Mount Everest. We provide a more than a week-long trip that includes the Everest Base Camp Trek and the Everest Base Camp Heli Trek. In this case, the one-day tour is more expensive than the two lengthier treks.

While the other two involve a mix of trek and heli ride, the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour does not include any walking. Hiking, walking, and taking in the mountain views are all perfectly combined on the Everest base camp Trek and Everest base camp Heli Trek. For the Everest base camp Trek and helicopter return, we do not need to arrange a return airline ticket. But, we do need to book both directions plane flights for the Everest Base Camp Trek.

While accommodation is not required for a single day of the Heli Tour, it is for the other two treks. For the Heli Trek and Everest Base Camp Trek, we require a certain licensed trekking guide; an Everest helicopter tour is not necessary. The three journeys' respective cost differences are as follows:

The cost of an Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour ranges from $1300 to $6,000 depending on private options and sharing.

The cost of the Everest base camp Trek ranges from $1250 to $2300, depending on standard, budget, and basic luxury options. We can arrange for five stars in Kathmandu and perhaps five stars in the Everest Summit Lodge and Everest View Hotel, for a total of $5,000 USD per person.

The price range for the Everest Base Camp Heli Trek, based on standard, budget, and basic luxury options, is $2500 to $3000 USD. We are also able to provide five-star services while lodging in five-star hotels.

All three Everest Base Camp Trek Vs Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Vs Everest Base Camp Heli Trek main aim is to fulfill the dreams of the people to see and be on the base of the world's highest mountain by a different way of travel. You can find the right Everest base camp trek operator for a successful visit.

Adventure Sports at Everest (extreme sports)

The Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour is a simple activity that breaks no records. Numerous winter activities and adventures have traditionally taken place on Mount Everest. In addition to mountaineering, we can engage in snowboarding, ice hockey, skating, skiing, paragliding, and base camping.

When Yuichiro Miura became the first person to ski down Mount Everest in the 1970s, sports had already begun. She makes a descent of around 1300 vertical meters. Many more people went skiing on Everest after that. These sports also result in numerous deaths and injuries.

The first person to hang glide off a mountain is Steve Mckinney. The first person to paraglide down Mount Everest was Jean-Marc Boivin, a Frenchman. This journey was completed in 1988. Two Nepalis glided down from the summit of Everest in 2011. The descent of 5000 meters takes them 45 minutes.

Red Bull, a beverage corporation, sponsored Valery Rozov on May 5, 2013, the day he successfully base-jumped off the mountain. In addition to setting a world record for the highest BASE jump, he accomplished this while using a wingsuit.

There are other lots of Adventure sports at Everest which happened but many people don't know about.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Booking and Cancellation Policy

For many people, booking and travelling are challenging and confusing. The purpose of making reservations and pre-booking is to obtain a better deal. Prior to making any online reservations, research which firm offers the best cancellation and booking policies. This is a result of the fact that many trekking and travel agencies impose higher fees than unforeseen cancellation fees.

Before making a reservation with Magic Himalaya Treks, please review the following terms and restrictions regarding booking and cancellation. The terms and policies listed below will be followed, and you will be informed of any unexpected circumstances.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Booking Policy

You must pay a deposit in order for us to set up your flexible dates when making a reservation for an Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. An advance payment of precisely 20% of the entire amount is required.

Some businesses request payment of up to 50%, which is improper. Your payment is refundable, and the terms will be reviewed. You may read more about the cancellation policy below. Upon arrival, the remaining 80% of the total must be paid.

You can also choose to pay in full upfront with Magic Himalaya, and doing so is secure. Several payment methods, including credit cards, Master cards, Visa, and direct bank transfers, are accepted by our company.

The bank charges fees for making payments in accordance with a government of Nepal policy. Traveller's checks are not accepted here; however, cash is.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Cancellation Policy

There may be times in your life when there is nothing else you can do but cancel the tour you have scheduled. This could be an unexpected emergency or a variety of challenging, unforeseen circumstances. There are no alternative options under certain circumstances than cancelling your helicopter tour.

There will be various items and cancellation policies that you must be aware of when cancelling. The following points help to clarify and lead us.

  • You will receive 30% of your advance payment deposit back if you cancel the tour one day before the scheduled departure.
  • You will not receive 10% of the deposit back if you cancel the tour three days prior to the scheduled departure date.
  • You will not receive 10% of the money back if you cancel the tour one week before the scheduled departure date.
  • You will receive 100% of the deposit back if the tour is cancelled due to bad weather or other reasons.
  • You won't receive any money back if the customer decides to cancel the tour after it has begun.
  • Should the company receive a cancellation request on the day of the tour, appropriate cancellation fees will be assessed.
  • In the event that the company cancels, you will receive a full refund or a postponement of your choice. You have an option.

Note: It is best to postpone the tour or suggest it to your friends and family rather than cancelling once you have made your reservation.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Vital Information

Here are some of the vital information regarding the Ebc helicopter ride in Everest region. Those vital info is very important to know by the passangers.

  • The weather in the Everest region varies throughout the off-season. Unpredictable weather can occasionally result in flight delays, cancellations, or complete changes.
  • In an emergency, the captain talks on where and when to land.
  • Depending largely on the situation, the captain can grant you a few more minutes to take in the view.
  • In case something goes wrong or you need oxygen, our entire helicopter is equipped with tanks.
  • If the conditions are not right, the helicopter will not land or take off.
  • The helicopter doesn't land for longer than ten minutes at high altitudes.
  • Make sure you exit the helicopter only at the pilot's signal during the landing phase.

Note: If you're interested in an Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour, make sure to check the weather.

WIFI and Mobile Networks on Everest

You can purchase a local SIM card and Internet data at the Ncell and NTC Desk as soon as you land at Kathmandu International Airport. The SIM card can be used for data usage and direct phone calls both here in Kathmandu and in many other areas of the Everest region. It will be simpler to stay in contact with friends and family back home thanks to this.

The airport in Kathmandu offers complimentary WiFi, while the airport in Lukla does not offer this service. You do not have access to phone or internet networks upon arrival to Pheriche. There are strong mobile networks for making calls while arriving on Gorakshep, however internet connectivity may be spotty.

While at the Everest View Hotel, the network and data function properly. Additionally, you can make better use of the WIFI at the Everest View Hotel by posting videos and accessing Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok Live. The cell and WIFI networks are gradually getting better. In the Khumbu region, there is an Everest link service.

Select the top networks to take the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour if you are a blogger or YouTuber.

Toilet Facilities during the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour

Compared to other treks or walking vacations, toilets on the Everest base camp helicopter tour are a little more complex. All of the guest hotels have bathrooms for the trek and walking vacations, but when we are conducting Heli flights, we can use the restrooms at Kathmandu Airport, Lukla Airport, or the Everest View Hotel. It is best to check into your hotel in Kathmandu first, then drive to the airport.

There are public restrooms available at airports in the buildings housing the domestic terminals. Additionally, the airport in Lukla has restrooms. If you plan to remain for a while, you can also use the restrooms at the neighbourhood tea house in Lukla. There is a tea house with restrooms a short stroll from the landing area in Pheriche.

While using the natural environment for brief toilets is not ideal, there are other possibilities. The only options available to you when arriving at Kala Patthar are to use the five-star restrooms at the Everest View Hotel or to utilize the outdoors.

Drinking Water During Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour flights

After air, water is the second most essential element for life. Since water covers 71% of the earth's surface, water is seen everywhere. The ocean contains 96.5 percent of the water in them.

Since it is not possible to drink all water, we must use caution when doing so. Water quality is another important consideration for us to keep in mind when on the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour.

You have to ask pilots, which is inconvenient, or you can ask some people to bring by offering them money. You have to stroll in the direction of the tea house in Pheriche if you wish to purchase it. On the side of the heliport, there is a river that flows, however it is not drinkable.

The water in Thukla, Gorakshep, Lobuche, and Jongla may be contaminated due to their settlement. The Everest View Hotel has the greatest places to get water. Given that this is a five-star hotel, the water is quite pricey.

Thus, the easiest, most comfortable, and safest thing to do is to carry your water bottle.

Guide, Driver, and Porters for Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Flight

On the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour, a guide is not present. Porter is not required for the tour by helicopter. We need a driver to take us to the airport and pick you up after the tour since it is a day trip.

Some people like to explain mountains using their guide. We shall thus offer the greatest guide in the best English at that time. To ensure that everything is taken care of, the guide must be well-versed in both the route and the mountains. Take a guide with you if you are on a private trek and there is room for one. Having guides for the travel is worthwhile.

Our Responsibility for Environmental Conservation

Currently, a large number of tourists travel to the Everest region. Entire nations are blessed by nature with Mount Everest and scenic destinations in the Everest region. We have to maintain a balance between the environment and people in order to preserve them and keep them secure. Everyone ought to be aware of our duty to protect the environment.

The Magic Himalaya Trekking Company in Nepal is certain that proper environmental protection is necessary. We must endeavour to improve the beneficial features of tourism on the environment because trekking and tourism have a lot of negative effects on the ecosystem.

Magic Himalaya consistently carries out this task in collaboration with other organisations, including the Kathmandu Environment Education Project (KEEP).

Our organization participates in various cleaning and plantation activities. We must always take action to protect the environment by planning Eco-friendly hikes and excursions.

Our company also provides instant employment to many people from the Everest region. Profits from our company are donated to charitable causes. Soar with Magic Himalaya while indirectly contributing to charity.

If you are taking the helicopter tour to the Everest Base Camp, then you should also volunteer and fulfil your duty to the environment by helping out with such projects.

Physical Requirements for People Undertaking Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour

The Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour lasts for one day, not including the nights spent in Kathmandu. We will need around three hours for the flight, and we will need about four hours altogether, including breakfast and viewing time. It will also take us around an hour to drive to and from the Kathmandu airport. Occasionally, we have to wait for the weather to clear at the airport.

It is not necessary for participants in the Everest helicopter tour to be physically fit, although it is acceptable for them to do so. It's wise to speak with a doctor prior to a tour to learn about any underlying heart, lung, or blood conditions. It can be fatal at any time.

If someone is interested in getting in shape, aerobic training, running, and swimming are suggested. This is helpful in everyday life as well as on this journey.

A Typical Day for a Successful Helicopter Tour

You will be rewarded with a spectacular and unique experience of taking a heli flight and witnessing breathtaking scenery if you choose the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour. This is also a well-liked luxury tour that offers fantastic photo opportunities of the surrounding towns and mountains.

A clear day with a nice view of the mountains is required for a helicopter tour. We need clear weather in Kathmandu so that we can fly to Lukla airport in order to begin the tour.

We must finish the helicopter ride before the clouds appear because the weather in the Everest region is generally pleasant in the morning. In order to ensure a successful helicopter tour to the Everest base camp, we must steer clear of rainy days in the highlands and in Kathmandu.

In order to determine what will happen on any given day, we have to check the weather forecast. Although Nepal's weather forecasts are not always accurate, they can offer some guidance on the ideal days to take helicopter tours. For the once-in-a-lifetime Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour experience, be mindful and pick a clear day.

Save Your Time

The Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour is an ideal way to skip the trek to base camp and save a ton of time. Every moment spent here is fantastic, covering all the main locations and more in one trip. You can enjoy an amazing view of the surrounding area and way of life as soon as you take off and land at the famous Lukla.

There are thousands of peaks over 6000 meters in Nepal; during this route, you can see a few of the most famous ones. Peaks like Amadablam, Nuptse, Lobuche, Thamserku, Pumori, and others are worth seeing while in flight.

Take a helicopter tour to see the alpine grandeur from above and from the lower hills and riverbeds. Spend less time and join us on this fascinating journey; come back for more with Magic Himalaya.

The best adventure spot on the earth is a walk around Everest Base Camp. Being at the foot of the world's tallest peak, Mount Everest is the dream of all adventure seekers. This Heli trip saves time and effortlessly fulfils people's dreams in a short amount of time.

These days, a lot of tourists want to take a helicopter tour to the Everest base camp. Through a variety of promotional initiatives, the Nepal Tourism Board is also significantly contributing to Everest's international appeal. All Everest helicopter tour operators are supported by the Nepal Tourism Board and the government of Nepal.

EBC Flight Landing Tour 2024-2025

Running the Tour during the coronavirus outbreak was difficult. We were able to run about five treks and a couple of helicopter tours in 2021. We envision and aspire to run a great deal more base camp helicopter trips in 2024, along with many different treks. Following all guidelines and directives issued by the Nepali government, we set out on the tour and trek with great success.

We can happily declare that every participant in the Magic Himalaya Treks has received two vaccinations: the Johnson and Johnson COVID-19 vaccine and the Vero cell vaccine, which is sourced from China. Along with following safety guidelines, we operate a variety of tours.

Since Nepal is now free, doing a trip does not require any form of paper. It is easy for people to enter Nepal in this way. To access the trip, no immunisation card is required right now. For 2024, and 2025, we have a ton of ABC flight landing tours available. You are welcome to come along.

For National Tourist

International visitors and people in general must work hard to get to Nepal during the COVID-19 lockdown. In the early stages, they are not permitted to cross the border; but, from August, individuals are permitted over the line, although under quarantine.

Many helicopter businesses began offering the Everest helicopter flight landing tour to local Nepali people at a reasonable price during those difficult times, and this was able to draw in a large number of Nepalis.

Because of its affordable prices, this tour is appropriate for both high and medium-level national tourists. The locals are really happy about this flight. Remember us for the greatest operations if you would like to take advantage of this Everest base camp helicopter tour. We work on the best deals for the local community.

​How to Book the Heli ride?

Travelers frequently have inquiries regarding how to schedule a Heli ride. Fear not, the Magic Himalaya Treks Company offers a regular Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour with scheduled departure dates. Please send us an email letting us know how and when you would like a personalised experience.

  • For further information, see the sections on fixed departure if the size of the group is 1 to 3.
  • Inform us if there are more than 3.
  • For the best prices, send us an email if you would want to do the trek in private. Our team member will respond to you as soon as possible

More about the New Helicopter Tour in the Market

For both domestic and foreign tourists, there is a fantastic new trip available. Undoubtedly, learning more about the new trip in the industry is intriguing. The latest tour that we are discussing is the Landing Heli tour to Everest base camp.

A recently established one-day activity in Nepal is a helicopter tour of Everest base camp that includes landing. We constantly emphasize this day tour when we talk about the latest tours available in the market.

It is primarily concentrated on touring Everest's base camp and making stops to take breathtaking photos. We'll pause to take in the views of the Everest region from several vantage points of the Himalayan range.

One convenient approach to enter the Everest base camp is via the helicopter landing tour. Many people avoid numerous fruitless attempts to stay at base camp by taking this journey. It also avoids wasting money on a failed attempt and saves time.

Altitude sickness is a significant issue that hikers to Everest and other high mountains encounter. Taking a helicopter tour spares you from these issues. All age groups can enjoy the daily Everest deluxe helicopter tour. Both elderly folks and those with poor physical fitness can experience it.

For those who are short on time but have always wanted to visit base camp and see the highest mountain view in the world, this tour is excellent. We offer an Everest base camp trek by helicopter for those who would want to trek and return by helicopter.

Passport and Visa Requirements

Visitors must have both a passport and a visa in order to travel outside of their country. It is necessary to have a passport that is valid for at least six months after the return date. You can apply for a visa to Nepal through Nepalese embassies or consulates in your own country.

When you arrive at Kathmandu's Tribhuvan International Airport, Nepal also provides an arrival visa. A few nations require their citizens to apply for a Nepalese visa from within their own nation.

Depending on where you are from, obtaining a visa is entirely your duty. Those nations are as follows:

  • Afghanistan
  • Cameroon
  • Eswatini
  • Ghana
  • Iraq
  • Liberia
  • Nigeria
  • Palestine
  • Somalia
  • Seria
  • Zimbabwe

Additionally, you must provide your passport information accurately when making your reservation, as we will require it to obtain the required licenses, tickets, and other documents on your behalf.

Be prepared with your original passport or a duplicate before you go on a tour, as permits for the Everest base camp helicopter tour are also required from the Everest View Hotel.

​Acute Mountain Sickness

When traveling to high elevations, one of the biggest concerns is acute mountain sickness, or AMS. As far as we are aware, the Everest base camp helicopter tour also travels more than 5,000 meters, arriving at Kala Patthar View stop (5450 m) or on Everest base camp (5364 m).

Because the body cannot adapt to the temperature, altitude, or habitat when flying at such altitudes, the outcome could be fatal. Thus, before traveling to such altitudes, keep in mind to educate yourself on altitude sickness and its prevention.

The following is a list of symptoms that people experience on the helicopter tour to EBC that you should be aware of. Additionally, we have discussed the preventive measures:

Symptoms of Altitude Sickness

  • Difficulty in sleeping
  • Dizziness
  • Fatigue
  • Headache
  • Loss of Appetite
  • Nausea or Vomiting
  • Shortness of breath with exertion

Preventive Measures

  • Keep yourself hydrate
  • Do not drink alcoholic beverages
  • Do not hide your problems or illness
  • Try to spend a night in low elevations
  • Do not push yourself

Private & Group Joining Prices

The size of the group will determine how much the Everest base camp helicopter tour will cost. Sharing a helicopter with friends or fellow visitors can significantly reduce expenses.

In the same way, it also relies on the methods you use. You have the option of using the helicopter for yourself (Private) or going on the same excursion with a group. Let's go into more detail about private and group joining costs here.

1. Private Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour

The cost of the tour is also affordable if you would rather have your friends and family join you on this private helicopter tour. It costs about the same per person as other groups that sign up for tours.

Please email us or get in touch with us if you are planning a tour of this kind. We can be reached by Whats App, Messenger, or any other channel. Whether you are going alone or in a group, you can find out the cost and availability of the tour.

A typical tour from Kathmandu to Everest and return lasts six hours. We are able to alter it as requested by clients. Depending on the season, the cost of the Everest base camp helicopter tour ranges from $5000 to $6500 USD.

It ranges from $4500 to $5000 during the off-season. For precise pricing and discounts on a variety of festive events, get in touch with us.

2. Group Joining Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour

The helicopter landing tour to the Everest base camp starts at US $1300 per person on a joining basis. The cost is USD 1350 per person during peak season.

In actuality, the price is determined by the size of the group and the number of available seats. You can participate in one to learn more about the tour date. Contact us to learn more about joining a group.

Why Nabin and Magic Himalaya Treks Company?

You can undoubtedly find other tour operators offering you better prices than us when you browse the internet. People might have wondered at the time, "Why Nabin and Magic Himalaya Treks Company?" in favor of Nepal. The reason is that working with us offers an unparalleled experience and happiness.

With a team of knowledgeable and devoted professionals, we can assure you that the tour will go extremely smoothly and easily. Here are the reasons why choosing Magic Himalaya for the Helicopter Tour to Everest Base Camp can be helpful.

  • 100% Refund in case of Bad weather as well as flight cancellation
  • We operate helicopter tours with the most reliable and comfortable helicopter models
  • Our helicopter tours are run by professional experts as well as experienced crew members
  • 24/7 Customer care and communication are available through email, calls, and other Social Networking sites.
  • Best Price Guarantee with no hidden cost
  • Other additional vacation and holiday packages include an Everest helicopter tour
  • Safety is our top priority; we monitor everything beforehand for you.
  • Our Team and Nabin the boss provide Information on all helicopter-related and non-related questions without hesitation.
  • We also do help you with organizing other trips you might be interested in doing.

Benefits of Everest Helicopter Landing Tour

The sensations at Everest Base Camp are spectacular. You can experience Everest in a unique way at several tour segments and stops. Should you choose to participate in the Everest base camp helicopter landing tour, the 10 delights that await you are as follows:

  • The simplest route to reach Mount Everest's Southern Base Camp is via this tour.
  • Any age and level of fitness can easily and hassle-free finish the trek
  • Breakfast at some of the top Everest viewpoints, along with several hot beverages from the Himalayas
  • You can get a glimpse of the local way of life in the mountains at various points during the journey which is well over 2800 meters in elevation.
  • An exciting touchdown at the Tenzing Hillary (Lukla) airport.
  • You can also enjoy breathtaking vistas of green landscapes by following the strips of Mountain Rivers.
  • Capturing the amazing tour moment while standing at an elevation of 5545 meters atop Kala Patthar hill during the helicopter landing.
  • Observing the famous Everest Base Camp and the magnificent peaks that encircle it.
  • Possibilities to see the hidden glaciers in between summits.
    Below Mount Cho Oyu, we can observe the captivating Chola Tsho Lake, the Khumbu Ice Fall, the Lobuche Glaciers, Changri Shar Glacier, and the Khumbu Glacier.
  • An aerial perspective of Sagarmatha National Park.

Different Size Different Cost

As everyone knows, there are variations in both size and price for any tour in Nepal. The situation is the same here as well. Depending on the group size, the cost of the Everest base camp helicopter tour could vary from US $1300 to US $6000.

We are going to charge US $1350 per seat while doing this on a group joining basis. A minimum of three people are required for a tour. This amazing helicopter experience is limited to 5 paying passengers and pilots.

You can get a private tour if you are participating with four or five other people. For five seats, each helicopter flight will cost between US$5300 and US$5800.

It will cost US $5000 per helicopter flight in the off-season.

Finding a helicopter during the season will be challenging because of the numerous rescue missions and the Everest expedition group's use of helicopters. The Kailash Manasarovar tour has an impact on the cost of this Everest helicopter tour as well.

Nowadays, a lot of people travel to Kailash Yatra by helicopter. Remember to contact Magic Himalaya Treks for the Best Price on an Everest base camp helicopter tour, since each helicopter flight is expected to cost between $5000 and $6500 USD.

Breakfast Options during the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour

When you wake up early and wait for the organizer to pick you up at 5:15 to go on the Everest base camp helicopter tour, you will be really hungry. Thus, before having lunch or dinner in the evening, you must eat a healthy breakfast for the day.

During our helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp, we have two choices for breakfast. The well-known Everest View Hotel is the first choice, and Kongde is the second. We can arrive at Kongda in time for breakfast as well.

Breakfast at Everest View Hotel

The Everest view hotel is a Japanese-built, five-star hotel situated at an altitude of 3880 meters above sea level. Here, we can enjoy the view while eating breakfast. Each individual must pay $17 USD for breakfast. The amazing panoramas of Thamserku, Everest, Lhotse, Lhotse-Shar, and many other mountains can be seen from the hotel.

Additionally, the Tengboche Monastery and the hilltop Phortse settlement will be visible to us. On this helicopter trip, breakfast is served at the Everest View Hotel.

Breakfast at Kongde

Kongde is located 4,250 meters above sea level. The heights tell you that this location offers views beyond the Everest View Hotel. At Kongde, there are numerous luxurious accommodations where you can enjoy a variety of breakfast options while taking in the incredible views of the mountains, including Everest.

Breakfast here costs between $17 and $22 per person. From our accommodation, situated atop a hill, we have a stunning view of Namche bazaar, the city of the Sherpa people. Consider that Magic Himalaya Treks offers a helicopter tour to the Everest base camp, including breakfast at Kongde.

Different Possibilities to reach Everest Base camp

In addition to the Everest Base Camp helicopter tour, there are other ways to get to Everest Base Camp. Trekking is the primary method. Those with above-average fitness levels and some experience trekking should do this.

Similar to this, depending on the route and itinerary, it can take anywhere from 10 to 19 days, so planning and the tour can take much longer. We will help you every step of the way—from the beginning to the end, and everything in between.

There are no problems if you plan to participate in a trekking vacation to the Everest Base Camp. Additionally, we provide trekking packages to the EBC. Here, Jiri and Lukla Flight will be the two most traveled routes. The original Everest summiteers, Sir Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay Sherpa, followed the traditional route that leads from Jiri to the Everest Base Camp.

One of the most well-liked and relatively shorter treks in the Himalayas is the Flight to Lukla. You are able to work with us to create and modify the Everest Base Camp trek to your specifications. Including rest and exploration days into the walk can assist you get the most out of it.

Here are all possible other options to reach Everest base camp:

Magic Himalaya Treks Helicopter Flights Services in Everest Region

In addition to this location, we offer helicopter service upon request from any location within the Everest region. Moreover, we offer helicopter services in the Langtang region, Manaslu, Gosainkunda, Upper Mustang, and Annapurna. Feel free to reach out to us at Info@magichimalayatreks.com or by giving us a call at +9877-01-9849334818. We are available 24/7.

Within Nepal's Everest region, Magic Himalaya Helicopter Service is a highly sought-after service. In addition to offering helicopter tours to the Everest base camp, Magic Himalaya Treks offers helicopter services throughout the Everest region. The following is a list of Magic Himalaya Treks Helicopter Flights Services in Everest Region:

1. Helicopter Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and Back Again

One of the key locations in the Everest region is Lukla. The Lukla is located at an elevation of 2860 meters above sea level and is well-known for Tenzing Hillary Airport. The majority of treks, including as those to the Everest base camp, Gokyo Valley, the Everest high passes, and many others, begin at Lukla.

Every trekker travels by plane to Lukla and back. Travelers in the Everest region face challenges due to bad weather, resulting in aircraft delays and cancellations. When an airplane is unable to fly due to bad weather, people utilize helicopters to go to and from Lukla.

For those who would prefer a more convenient mode of transportation, Magic Himalaya offers helicopter flight services departing from Lukla airport. Keep us in mind for a helicopter ride from Kathmandu to Lukla and vice versa.

2. Helicopter Flight back to Kathmandu from Gorakshep or Everest base camp

After completing the most popular trek to Everest base camp, many tourists do not want to walk back. People would rather fly back from Everest base camp or Gorakshep than hike after a strenuous day. From Gorakshep to Kathmandu, the helicopter ride takes about 90 minutes.

For the past five years, our company Magic Himalaya has set up these amenities for clients. Recall us if you plan to take the helicopter from Gorakshep or Everest base camp back to Kathmandu.

3. Helicopter Flight back from Gorakshep to Lukla

Many people prefer to travel to Lukla and then take an aircraft to return to Kathmandu because flying from Gorakshep or Everest base camp to Kathmandu is pricey. Our organization also offers this service for the convenience and benefit of individuals and travelers, therefore keep us in mind for any kind of service.

4. Helicopter Flight from Dingboche to Lukla or Kathmandu

The crew at Magic Himalaya Treks offers helicopter transports between Dingboche and Kathmandu or Lukla. The travelers are picked up from the Chukhung Valley's Dingboche village. From Dingboche, it takes 15 minutes by helicopter to Lukla. While it takes 65 minutes to get to Kathmandu.

The flying distance between Dingboche and Kathmandu is 144 kilometers. Individuals who fall ill while trekking use this service to descend for safety and medical attention. Those who arrive by ascending Lhotse, the island peak, or any other mountain do so via helicopter from Dingboche.

5. Helicopter Flight from Namche Bazaar to Lukla or Kathmandu

Namche may rank among many people's favorite towns due to its abundance of amenities, stunning mountain views, and Sherpa culture. Individuals from Kathmandu would like to travel by helicopter to Lukla, where they plan to spend a few days, and then return home. Many people travel to Namche bazaar in order to finish various treks. After spending a few days in Namche, they take a helicopter back to Kathmandu or Lukla.

Many choose to take a Helicopter from Namche and catch a flight the following morning or the same day because they do not want to walk on the final day.

6. Helicopter flight From Gokyo to Lukla or Kathmandu

The Gokyo Valley Trek is popular because it offers the greatest views of Mt. Cho Oyu from Gokyo Ri and the Everest Himalayan range. Visitors come to this valley to take in its beauty and fall in love with it, whether they are undertaking the Gokyo Everest Base Camp Trek or the Everest High Pass Trek.

Rather than walking downhill for several days after reaching the Gokyo Valley, many prefer to take a helicopter to Lukla or Kathmandu. People can get in touch with our company at that time. We promise you the greatest helicopter at a fair price. The chopper takes 55 minutes to travel from Gokyo to Kathmandu.

7. Gorakshep or Lobuche to Gokyo Valley Heli Flight

People who are trekking to the Everest base camp might be interested in visiting the Gokyo Valley. But with limited time, and difficulty in traversing the Cho La Pass, they must skip the Gokyo. For everyone who wishes to visit Gokyo but is unable to do so because of various issues, we have arranged a helicopter transfer from Gorakshep or Lobuche to Gokyo Valley.

Some Everest base camp trekkers arrange their schedules to take a flight from Gorakshep to Gokyo, spend a few nights there, and then fly back to Kathmandu.

8. Helicopter Flight Tour from Everest View Hotel to Everest Base Camp

From Everest View Point, a lot of visitors love taking in panoramas of Everest and several other mountains. From here, there are numerous mountains and settlements visible. Some simply travel to this location to start on the Everest View Trek.

Travellers looking to go further to Everest base camp along with Kala Patthar are not provided due to the limited time period. However, in such cases, we offer a Helicopter flight tour from Everest View Hotel to Everest Base Camp or Kala Patthar.

9. Everest View Hotel to Kathmandu by Helicopter

For those interested in flying to Kathmandu from the Everest View Hotel, we provide this helicopter service at a fair price from the Everest View Hotel to Kathmandu or Lukla. When people get tired of walking, they prefer to ride this heli.

While some individuals just travel to Lukla and board an aircraft from the airport there, others travel directly to Kathmandu.

10. Lukla to Kala Patthar via Everest Base Camp

It is less expensive to take a helicopter from Lukla to Kala Patthar via Everest Base Camp than to fly straight from Kathmandu. It is more cost-effective for some individuals to fly into Lukla and then take helicopters to Kathmandu and base camp from there.

Moreover, many prefer to take Kala Patthar to Lukla flights via Everest base camp. Keep us in mind for any helicopter flying services in the Everest region.

11. Kathmandu to Gorakshep Helicopter Flight

A portion of the climbing group prefers to travel to Gorakshep by helicopter, and they hike to the base camp, where they stay in advance prior to the expedition journey. In addition, some trekkers take a plane to Gorakshep, where they explore Kala Patthar and the base camp before walking all the way back to Lukla to catch their flight. You can think of us for a helicopter ride in any circumstance.

12. Pheriche to Everest Base Camp Heli Flight

At higher altitudes, some trekkers from Jiri and Lukla experience health problems. At 400 meters above sea level, people can also choose to go by helicopter to base camp, where Kala Patthar can continue their walk. While some people only travel to Pheriche, others prefer to take the same helicopter back to Kathmandu and Lukla. You can never forget the Magic Himalaya for this heli ride from Pheriche to Everest base camp, no matter what the weather conditions.

13. Pheriche to Lukla or Kathmandu Helicopter Flight

People are tied down and do not want to walk all the way down to Lukla after completing the Base Camp and Kala Patthar. They prefer to take helicopter trips from Pheriche to Lukla or Kathmandu rather than walking. One of the greatest ways to avoid spending long days traveling the same trail you pass on the way up is to choose this alternative. You can contact us at a fair and safe flight for any kind of assistance with flying or being picked up in the Everest region.

14. Tengboche to Lukla or Kathmandu Helicopter Flight

Many people feel linked after the Everest base camp trek. Some people cannot walk due to leg pain, different physical illnesses or mountain sickness. Our organization is able to run helicopter trips from Tengboche to Kathmandu or Lukla under these circumstances. Do contact Mr. Nabin Baniya and Magic Himalaya for this arrangement.

15. Dingboche to Everest Base Camp Helicopter Flight

The elevation of Dingbochea is 4400 meters above sea level. When trekkers arrive at this location, altitude sickness begins to make them feel sick. Since health comes first, a lot of people decide to abandon their Everest base camp trek in the middle as a result of this issue. There, a lot of trekkers have to quit accomplishing the trek.

We therefore began to provide Dingboche to Everest base camp helicopter trips at the greatest prices and in a safe manner, keeping in mind every trekker's desire.

Thus, we are pleased to assist anyone in such circumstances who would like to use this service; just remember us on WhatsApp or give us a call. We are happy to serve you anytime.

16. Dingboche to Lukla or Kathmandu Helicopter Flight

You don't need to worry if you have to travel to Lukla or Kathmandu due to illness or any other issues. We offer reasonably priced helicopter flight services from Dingboche to Lukla or Kathmandu.

All you have to do is grab your phone and give Magic Himalaya Treks Heli specialist Mr Nabin Baniya a call. At any moment, he is prepared to assist you. Not at night since we don't have a night vision chopper available.

17. Tengboche to Everest Base Camp Helicopter Flight

From the perspective of Everest, the trail from Namche to Tengbochea is amazing. A lot of people trek to Tengboche as well. If anybody would like to fly to Everest base camp from Tengboche, you can remember us after your arrival. We offer helicopter transportation from Tengboche to Kala Patthar and the Everest base camp.

Upon reaching their desired destination, Tengbochea, Lukla, or Kathmandu, the chopper also sets them off there after they've had enough.

In addition to this location, we offer helicopter service upon request from any location within the Everest region. In addition, we offer helicopter services in the Langtang region, Manaslu, Gosainkunda, Upper Mustang, and Annapurna.

We look forward to being of great service to you! Simply get in touch with us.

Helicopter Landing Stop

Following takeoff from Kathmandu International Airport, the aircraft lands in Lukla. At Tenzing Hillary Airport in Lukla, all helicopters land and arrive. The elevation of the Lukla Airport is 2860 meters above sea level.

For more than twenty years, this airport has been ranked as the most dangerous. This area sees a lot of helicopter accidents and disasters. At this airport, regular flights and planes have crashed as well. This location is home to numerous helicopter landing stops.

The Everest View Hotel will be the location of the helicopter's next landing. It is situated 3860 meters above sea level. The hotel is an exquisite Japanese establishment catering to both high-end travelers and luxury travelers.

This hotel is used by a lot of travelers who are trekking to Everest Base Camp. This is where everyone who is enjoying the Everest helicopter tour package will eat breakfast and take in the views of Mount Everest.

Kala Patthar's perspective will be the next destination. Watch the Kala Patthar video. There's no way the chopper can land on top. Every helicopter lands at an altitude of around 5450 meters in the center of Kala Patthar Hill.

This vantage position offers a close-up and expansive perspective. You may also view the base camp from the Khumbu icefall. The helicopter lands on base camp as well if the weather is consistent. On the Everest base camp, helicopter landings are uncommon. Everyone wants to avoid taking the danger of landing at base camp.

You get a sense of walking on top of the base camp and the Khumbu glacier during the helicopter flyby. After this amazing excursion, the Everest base camp helicopter returns.

Additionally, we are the finest at organizing the Annapurna Base Camp Helicopter Tour. The following list identifies the potential four landing locations for the helicopter:

First Landing Point – Lukla Airport

Numerous landing sites are available in the Everest Himalayan regions for the Everest base camp helicopter tour. The first place on Everest to land is at Lukla Airport. If all goes according to plan and the weather holds, the helicopter will land at Lukla airport first, having taken off from Kathmandu.

In the event of an emergency or severe weather, it must divert or land somewhere along the route. If the weather is terrible in Lukla, the best chances of landing are at Surkhe.

Storing fuel is the primary reason for landing in Lukla rather than using a heavyweight aircraft. If necessary, the pilot and passenger are also permitted to use the restroom. In addition, pilots are able to communicate and monitor the weather conditions above.

Second Landing Point - Pheriche

The helicopter takes off from Lukla and flies in the direction of Pheriche, the second landing site. We pass over Phakding, Monjo, Tangboche, Pangboche, and the Hillary Suspension Bridge in our flight. At a height of 4371 meters above sea level, Pheriche is located. Because the helicopter can only carry 240 kilograms, or three persons, the primary reason for landing here is to leave some weight behind.

Here, the helicopter stops for twenty minutes, giving you a chance to take some amazing photos. Amadablam, Lobucha Peak, Cholatse, Toubecha, Chola, Long Pheriche Village, and several snow-capped mountains are visible.

Third Landing Point – Kala Patthar

From here, the limited-weight helicopter crosses Thukla, Thukla pass, Lobuche, the Italian pyramid house, and Gorakshep on its way to Kala Patther. The third landing possibility for this Heli trip is upon reaching Kala Patther. The most photogenic 360-degree panorama view is available here. The massive Everest is visible up close. The best and closest view of Mount Everest (8848.86 m) is from this location.

This will be our 20 to 30 minute stop. The helicopter will land at base camp if the weather is ideal, but you must request it from the pilot to do so.

Fourth Landing point – Everest View Hotel

The helicopter returns to the Everest View Hotel after the commemorative landing on Kala Patthar or Everest base camp. The elevation of the Everest View Hotel is 3880 meters. You can have breakfast here while taking in the breathtaking view of Mount Everest.

We can see several more mountains in addition to Everest, including Lhotse Shar, Ama Dablam, Toubecha, Lhotse, and Thamserku. The helicopter makes a last or finishing touchdown in Kathmandu, Nepal, after landing in Lukla for refuelling on the way back.

Weight Limit on Helicopter Flight

There is a weight restriction on the Everest base camp helicopter tour. The danger of flying higher and carrying more weight is the reason behind this regulation.

With five passengers, the helicopter can carry a maximum of 500 kilograms. At higher altitudes, the helicopter's carry capacity is lowered to 240 kg. It has the ability to decrease from 500 kg to 250 kg while flying above 4000 meters.

There is enough space for up to five people in the helicopter. If the flight is carrying three people or fewer, a helicopter will fly directly from Lukla to the Everest base camp. Three persons must weigh no more than 250 kg combined.

We also need to perform two shuttles from Pheriche if there are more than three persons and/or if the weight is beyond 250 kg. The additional shuttle came with additional fees. The cost of the group Everest Base Camp Helicopter tour is split among the participants, while the private trip is extra and paid for separately.

Everest Helicopter tour Best flight Route

One of the most affordable helicopter tours to Everest base camp is the one-day helicopter landing tour. The helicopter flight to Everest base camp is another name for it. When taking the helicopter tour of the Everest base camp, we have to pass past these villages and locations.

Kathmandu airport – Bhaktapur – Nagarkot – Jiri – Junbensi – Lukla – Nemcha – Tengboche – Pangbochea – Ferichea – Lobuche – Gorakshep – Kala Patthar – Everest Base Camp – Khumbu Glacier – Everest View Hotel – Lukla – Kathmandu. The route to Everest base camp by helicopter is divided into four (4) Phases which are mentioned below:

First Phase

The Everest base camp helicopter journey begins from the hotel in Kathmandu. We will travel in private cars to the airport, where we will take off over the Kathmandu Valley and land in the well-known Sherpa settlement of Lukla, which is also the entrance to the Everest base camp.

Second Phase

We will fly to Namche Bazaar after refueling at Tenzing Hillary Airport in Lukla. Namche Bazaar is the capital of the Sherpa people and looks incredible from a helicopter.

The helicopter will land at Kala Patthar after passing over Namche, the Old Tengboche Buddhist monastery, Pangboche village, Pheriche, Thukla, Lobuche, and Gorakshep.

Third phase

It's time to leave after taking in the breathtaking vista of Kala Patthar and capturing some quality images and videos. We will fly above the Khumbu glaciers and make our way to base camp after taking off from Kala Patthar.

After that, we'll take off again and land at the Everest View Hotel for breakfast. We'll spend some time here enjoying the scenery and breakfast.

Fourth phase

Following our meal, we will take a flight via Namche Bazaar to Lukla. After a brief fuel break in Lukla, we'll fly back to Kathmandu while seeing a lot of beautiful sights. Once we land, we'll travel to the airport and meet up with Magic Himalaya staff, who will then transport us back to the Thamel hotel.

Time Estimation for Heli Tour

The number of passengers and the type of helicopter will determine how long it takes to travel. Certain helicopters are more powerful and fly faster than others, whereas some helicopters fly a little bit slower. Thus, there is not a particular time for arriving at specific locations.

The weather also affects the time difference between helicopters when choosing different routes. The following is the approximate amount of time needed for a base camp helicopter tour.

  • Kathmandu to Lukla Takes 45 minutes around.
  • Lukla's landing and then fueling time is around 5-20 minutes
  • Flying Lukla to Everest view hotel is around 15 minutes
  • Everest view hotel to Everest base camp is around 20 minutes
  • Landing at Kalapather viewpoint is 5 to 10 minutes
  • Kalapather to Everest view hotel is 15 minutes
  • Landing at Everest view hotel for breakfast is around 30 to 40 minutes
  • Everest view hotel to Lukla is 15 minutes
  • Lukla to Kathmandu is 45 minutes

You must travel to the airport from Thamel or any other location in order to enjoy a helicopter tour. Since Thamel is a popular tourist destination, this is where we also calculate journey times. It takes 20 to 30 minutes in the morning to go from Thamel to the airport; however, traffic on the way back could make it take an hour or longer.

The Everest base camp helicopter tour from Kathmandu takes four to five hours overall.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour Budget

The Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour makes it clear that this is not an inexpensive excursion or package. Spending a helicopter landing tour to Everest base camp and Kala Patthar viewpoint is an expensive experience for people all around the world.

The private helicopter is used for this helicopter tour by those who are wealthy and like luxury travel. The Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour is available to those who can afford it and who prefer to be safe. The joining fee, which runs between $900 and $1200 USD, is still quite expensive.

A cheap helicopter tour to the Everest base camp is not available. In Nepal, the Joining Everest base camp helicopter tour is regarded as an affordable helicopter tour.

The best months to go on this journey on a budget are January, February, June, July, and August. These are the off-peak months. However, the weather isn't ideal this time around. Many people don't travel during the off-season, and the helicopter is inactive.

We can request a better budget price if we can accommodate the four to five people who wish to participate in the off-season. Rather than remaining idle, they accept $600 USD each individual.

Magic Himalaya Treks is the company to remember if you're ever looking for an affordable Everest base camp helicopter tour in Nepal. We'll try our best to locate a budget friendly helicopter tour that visits Kala Patthar and Everest base camp.

Packing List for Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour

There will be sunlight and a pleasant temperature during the day. However, during bad weather, you will have discomfort in addition to coldness. This is the outfit list we suggest for the Everest base camp helicopter tour:

  • Windproof down jacket
  • Sun lotion as well as sunglass
  • A bottle of mineral water (At least two Bottle Recommended)
  • Toilet paper In case of emergency
  • Camera or mobile phone for taking pictures.
  • Your passport or passport copies
  • Trouser and sun hat

Important Notice about Flight Shuttle

Prior to anything else, you should be aware of this Flight Shuttle Important Notice. You need to be clear regarding the helicopter shuttle. The helicopter always has a weight restriction when flying. The flight weight is dependent on the altitude at which the helicopter is operating.

At high altitudes like those of Everest or Annapurna, the helicopter's weight limit is less than that of the Terai Regions of Nepal. Thus, the highest mountain in the world, Mount Everest, is the subject of our discussion. Five paying passengers can ride in the helicopter during the Everest base camp helicopter tour. However, three persons or more weight cannot be carried at high altitudes (250 kg).

In order to transport passengers to Everest Base Camp, we first fly in a helicopter loaded with guests to the Everest View Hotel. Out of the five individuals, two or three will remain in the Everest View Hotel, while the remaining three will do the First Shuttle journey.

Once more, those who are finished stay at the Everest hotel and have breakfast, while others board the Second shuttle, the next available shuttle.

The double shuttle is necessary and the cost is higher than the single shuttle if the helicopter is carrying a full complement of passengers. The Double Shuttle Helicopter Tour costs between US $4300 and US $5,000. The price range for the single shuttle is $3900 to $4400 USD.


Everest Base Camp Romantic Honeymoon Tour by Helicopter

Everest Base Camp Romantic Honeymoon Tour by Helicopter can be an excellent choice. There aren't many things more romantic for honeymooners than this magnificent Everest excursion. One of the world's most beautiful places for a honeymoon is Nepal. The Everest Heli Tour is the best option here for a honeymoon.

Imagine spending the rest of your life cherishing the moment as you embrace the Himalayas with your significant other. In a few hours, from your hotel in Kathmandu, you'll go on an unparalleled trip. A romantic dinner beneath Mount Everest is perfect.

On your honeymoon journey, you should also experience some of the most gorgeous settings the Himalayas have to offer. With its enchanting Everest helicopter flight, this excursion is perfect for deepening your relationship with your significant other.

Essential Safety Guidelines to Remember

When doing the Everest base camp helicopter landing trip, there are a lot of rules to observe. Adhering to safety regulations might prove to be quite advantageous if done right. Before proceeding on this Everest helicopter tour, be aware of the following safety precautions.

  • During the excursion, passengers in a helicopter should fasten their seat belts.
  • It is not advised to stand and switch seats while in flight.
  • Nothing of any kind should be thrown from a helicopter while it is in flight.
  • Avoid smoking inside or close to a helicopter as it poses a serious risk to aviation safety.
  • Wait until the operators call for you to come retrieve the helicopter before running toward it.
  • Notify the pilot if you need to use the restroom, go somewhere in Lukla, or any other landing spots.
  • Never order pilots to halt anywhere you please.

Mountains Seen During the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour

The Everest base camp helicopter landing tour's primary goal is to fly above the base camp and witness Everest up close. Due to its widespread appeal, the Everest base camp helicopter landing tour is currently the most popular and booked tour. Throughout the tour, we observe a wide variety of sights, such as little towns, rivers, mountains, verdant hills, and numerous roads.

Notable villages like Nagarkot, Ramachhap, Jiri, Nunthala, Bhupsa, and many more would be visible to us. There will be a lot of rivers visible. Here, we're referring to the peak that we see on our journey with the flight to and from Kathmandu. The following is a list of the mountains that can be seen during the helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp:

Mount Everest (8848.9 meters)

In Nepali, Mount Everest is referred to as Sagarmatha, and in Tibetan, it is called Chomolongma. The aerial view of Everest is the primary attraction of the Everest base camp helicopter landing tour. At 8,848.9 meters above sea level, the world's tallest mountain, "EVEREST," is situated. People will have the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see Mount Everest up close, which is a dream come true for many.

There is a chance to get a good picture of Everest upon landing in Kala Patthar. From Kala Patthar, which is situated at an elevation of 5550 meters, we will be able to glimpse the larger and closer Everest.

Mount Lhotse (8516 m) & Lhotse Shar (8383 m)

After Everest, K2, and Kanchanjunga, Lhotse is the fourth-highest mountain in the world, and it is seen from this helicopter tour. The Tibet Autonomous Region of China and the Khumbu region of Nepal share a boundary with the main summit of Lhotse.

It is located just south of Everest. You will also be able to see Lhotse Shar, which is Lhotse's subsidiary peak. Lhotse Shar stands tall at 8383 meters above sea level.

Mt.Pumori (7161 meters)

One of the Himalayas' stunning snow-capped summits is Mt. Plumori. Not far beyond Kala Patthar, the site of our helicopter landing, is Mount Pumori. Eight kilometers to the west of Mount Everest is this summit. "Mountain daughter" is referred to as Pumori in Sherpa language.

The Sherpa term PUMO stands for young girl or daughter and the term RI for mountain. It was George Mallory who named this mountain.

Shishapangma (8027 m)

Mount Shishapangma is the famous mountain that we get to see on this helicopter landing tour to Everest base camp. From the helicopter ride, we can see Shishapangma from above. Gosainthan is another name for Shishapangma. In addition, it is the world's fourteenth-highest mountain. Standing 8027 meters above sea level, the mountain is a significant landmark.

Mount Nuptse (7861 m)

In the Nepalese Himalayas, the Khumbu section of the Mahalanur Himal range is home to several breathtaking mountains, including Nuptse. Beside the tallest mountain in the world, Everest, sits this mountain, called Nuptse.

Both the summit and an aerial view of Mount Everest can likely be seen during the helicopter ride. The height of this mountain above sea level is 7861 meters. Nubtse I is the principal summit of this Nuptse. Dennis Davis and Sherpa Tashi climbed it on May 16, 1961.

Mount Cho Oyu (8188 m)

On our helicopter landing tour of Everest base camp, we will also be able to see Cho Oyu, another mountain. Cho-Oyu, the westernmost main peak in the Khumbu Sub-section of the Mahalangur Himalaya, means "Turquoise Goddess" in Tibetan.

It lies roughly 20 kilometers to the west of Everest. Cho-Oyu lies on the Province No. 1 border between China, Tibet, and Nepal. At 8,188 meters, Cho Oyu ranks as the sixth-highest peak in the world.

Mt. Tawache (6495 m)

Mount Tawache also known as Toboche is a mountain in the Khumbu region. This beautiful mountain is connected to Cholatse by a long ridge and it lies directly across the Imja River from Amadablam. It is above the Pherichea and Dingbochea villages.

Island peak (6160 m)

Island Peak also known as IMja Tse, is another peak that you will witness during the Landing day tour to Sagarmatha base camp. This mountain is on an elevation of 6189m above sea level. This mountain is a popular climbing peak.

It is a training mountain used by Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing in 1953 and the route they revealed is the same one that is used today. This mountain still people used as a training peak before attempting Mount Everest. It is because a lot of skills are required for crossing crevasses with ladders and using Jumars on a fixed line or the same.

Mera Peak (6476 m)

During the Everest base camp helicopter flight landing tour, we will see another beautiful peak names Mera Peak. It is situated in the Mahalangur section of the Sagarmatha Zone. Mera Peak has three main summits. The first one is Mera North which is 6476 meters.

The second one is Mera South which is 6065 meters and the third one is Mera Central 6461 meters, From the Helicopter flight, we will see all three summits. This peak is the tallest trekking peak in Nepal among many. It is very popular and many people do it here.

Mt. Amadablam (6812 m)

Amadablam is another beautiful mountain that is seen during the flight tour while we pass Namche. This mountain is located in the eastern Himalayan range of Provenance No 1, Nepal. The main peak of Amadablam is 6,812 meters.

The lower western peak is 6,170 Meters. It is one of the very much loved and famous expeditions. The Amadablam Base camp trek is one of the Most Popular and loved trekking among visitors.

Mt. Thamserku (6608 m)

The main mountain we see on the helicopter tour is Thamserku. This is the Gorgeous Mountain which is connected by a ridge eastward to Khangtega ad the two peaks rising above 6000 meters and know as Snow Saddle. The mountain rises between the Hinku and Khumbu valleys to a saddle-shaped summit.

Mt. Kangtega (6782 m)

Kangtega commonly known as the Snow Saddle is considered to be one of the major peaks in Nepal Himalayas. The summit of this Beautiful Mountain is at an elevation of 6782 meters above sea level and was first ascended in 1963.

Kusum KaNguru (6369 m)

Kusum Kanguru also known as Mount Kangaru is a mountain located in the Khambu region of the Himalayas in Nepal. The word Mount Kangaru refers to “three snow-white Gods” in the Sherpa language which refers to the triple summit of the mountain. The mountain is the source of Kusum Khola which flows westward to merge into the Dudh Koshi at the village of Thado Koshi

Not only this, we can see many other mountains and small Peaks along the way which is not possible to mention due to its low elevations but they are equally beautiful and mesmerizing.

Food and room during tour

In the world where ever you go, you need Food and room during a tour or visit. When you are in Kathmandu airport you will meet a bunch of people asking for a hotel. They can provide according to your capacity, budget, and demands. You can also find out many hotels on Google and different hotel booking sites.

You can also ask Magic Himalaya Treks to book accommodations according to your needs. We don’t need accommodation for the tour because it is just a day tour to base camp. While talking about the meals there are plenty of restaurants and hotels providing food.

While we do the day tour we will have breakfast in Everest view hotels. They have the best local as well as international breakfast which you can choose on the menu card. While on Lukla landing there is also possible to have a cup of tea. You can ask about this to a pilot or guide if you have.

Tailor-Made tour and Departure

The Everest helicopter landing tour is an easy trip that begins with a scenic helicopter flight from Kathmandu International Airport to Lukla. The helicopter tour will provide some time to relax and take pictures in Lukla village while helicopter refueling. The tour reaches Everest base camp and land in Kalapather before having land and takes breakfast in the Everest view hotel.

The helicopter tour is a Fixed Departure tour as well as able to customize according to demands. We can also organize this tour of your time which is suitable for you. We are the best tailor-made tour organizer for Heli flights to Ebc. Not only this, you can remember us for any kind of Tailor-Made tour and Departure

Rules to be follow during Heli flight

There are many rules and regulations that are made by the Helicopter Company and Nepal government which we should follow while doing the Helicopter landing tour to Everest base camp.

These rules will also keep you safe and provide the best chances of seeing the Everest and Everest regions without any problems. Rules to be Followed during Heli flights and mentioned below:

Here are 6 rules that have to be followed:

  • Travelers should follow rules according to the pilot when sitting inside the helicopter.
  • Discipline is important everywhere in life and staying in a disciplined manner is needed on this tour too.
  • Help to make the cooperative environment
  • Follow the guidelines that are mentioned in their tourist guide
  • Always pay attention while briefing and care for your belongings.
  • Do not carry any things that are restricted to carry on the helicopter.

Tour for All Seasons

Weather always varies from one season to another season in the Everest Himalayan region. Here we are talking about the helicopter flying to Everest which is possible to do all year if there is a clear sky. This is also known as a tour for all seasons.

Normally in the morning the sky always clears up every day. Due to the morning flight. This is the tour for All seasons. The possibilities of view and chances are as described below:

Everest base camp helicopter tour in the winter season

December, January, as well as February, is known as the winter season in Nepal. The year begins in Nepal and Everest region with a chill of January. In this winter season, you cannot see many trekkers walking to the Everest region. You will see snow everywhere.

The weather on landing Kalapather is cold but has an awesome and crystal clear view of Everest and many others. Don’t forget to wear good jackets, pants, hats, and shoes if you dream to stay a bit longer in Kalapather and enjoy the surrounding walking and clicking pictures.

Everest base camp Helicopter tour in Spring Season

March, April, and May are known as spring seasons in Nepal. During this season the greenery and warmth of nature revive. The temperature remains warm and may rain in lower parts of the Everest region or in Kathmandu. This time of year is taken as one of the best times for the Everest base camp trek so we can see many trekkers walking on the trail.

While landing at Kalapather you will see people climbing Kalapather or trekking down from Kalapatehr's top. This is the best’s time to view the mountains and enjoy the Everest base camp Heli tour.

Everest base camp Helicopter tour on Manson Season

June, July, and August are known as Manson season in Nepal. During this time the seasonal rainfall occurs mostly in the eastern part. The temperatures are hot. Many people also do Everest helicopter tours instead of trekking to avoid flight cancellations and rains. The sky is clear in the morning so a big chance to see mountains.

Everest base camp Helicopter tour in Autumn Season

September, October, and November are known as the autumn season in Nepal. This season is the biggest and busiest season in Nepal Tourism. Many famous and bigger festivals also fall on this season which adds beauty to be here in Nepal.

Many numbers of trekkers from around the globe visit Nepal and Everest base camps. There is the number of Everest base camp helicopter travels also increased. Many helicopters fly to Everest. The views are nice and different than what we see in Manson season. This season is one of the highly recommended seasons for doing the Everest base camp Heli tour.

​Famous Climbing Records Holders

People doing Everest base camp Helicopter tours cannot make records. we have to do tough work to make records. By the End of the 2010 climbing season, there were 5,104 ascents to the summits. Here is the Name of the record Holders who climbed Everest. Some are still alive as some died during expeditions or later after. The Data is taken from Wikipedia and the name may add more below after some records are discovered.

First climbed 8000 meters by Geroge Finch and Captain Geoffrey Bruce in 1922 AD.
The First climb of South Col by the Swiss Mount Everest Expedition in 1952 AD.

First Ascent on 1953 British Mount Everest expedition by Tenzing Norgey and Edmund Hillary in 1953 AD.

The First reported ascent from the north ridge by Wang Fuzhou, Gompa, and Qu Yinhau of China in 1960 AD.

The First Female ascent is Junko Tabei on 16 May 1975 AD.

On 27 May 1975 first female ascent from North Ridge was Phanthog who was deputy head of the second Chinese Everest expedition which sent nine climbers to the summit.

Reinhold Messner and Peter Habeler's first ascent without supplementary oxygen was in 1978.
Franz Oppurg in 1978 AD did the first solo ascent

Leszek Cichy and Krzysztof Wielicki from Ploich National Expedition winter ascent for the first time in 1980 winter time.

Reinhold Messner in 1980 AD did the Second solo ascent and first without supplementary oxygen.
Peter Hackett the third solo ascent in the same year 1980 AD.

In 1988 AD first “cross-over” was climbed by Chinese, Japanese, and Nepali teams. This is the first to be recorded on live broadcast television.

In 1988 First Paraglider was Jean-Marc Boivin who descent first.

Lydia Bradey was the first female ascent without Supplementary oxygen in 1988 AD.

In 20 hours and 24 minutes, Kazi Sherpa did the fastest to reach the summit via the southeast ridge without Supplemental oxygen in 1998 AD.

Davo Karnicar did their first ski descent in 2000 AD.

In 2001 AD, Erik Weihenmayer made a record of his first blind ascent.

Lhapa Sherpa in 2001 AD became the first Nepali woman who did the Everest summit and survived.

Pemba Dorje was the fastest to reach the summit via the southeast ridge (south Col) with supplementary Oxygen in 2004. It takes 8 hours and 10 minutes to do this.

In 2006 Lhakpa Sherpa succeeded for the 6th time breaking his own records for the most successful Female Everest Climber.

Christian Stangl was the fastest to reach the summit via northeast ride without supplementary oxygen in 2007. It takes 16 hours and 42 minutes to do this.

Jordan Romero is the youngest male to reach the summit in 2010. He is 13 years and 10 months old while he successes this.

In 2011 Ap Sherpa took the most time to reach the summit which is 21 Times.

Phurba Tashi tied with Apa Sherpa for the most time to reach the summit in 2013.

In 2013 Melissa Arnot, an American, summited fifth time breaking her own record of successful summits by non-Sherpa women.

In 2014 Malayath Purna became the youngest female to reach the summit. She was 13 years and 11 months old when she succeeded.

Kami Rita Sherpa reached 21 ascents to the summit in 2017 AD.

Kami Rita Sherpa reached 24 ascents to the summit in 2019 AD.

Kami Rita Sherpa reached 25 ascents to the summit in 2021 AD.

Kami Rita Sherpa reaches 26 ascents to the summit and Pasang Dawa Sherpa reaches 25 ascents to the summit in 2022 AD.

​How to focus on reducing your anxiety?

An Everest base camp Helicopter landing tour is flying at high elevations and also landing on some high points. Before the flight many people have anxiety and it’s not unique if you have this also. Anxiety is a feeling of fear, uneasiness, and dread. This might be because you sweat tense and feel restless.

If you have anxiety then you will also have a rapid heartbeat. It can be a normal reaction to stress. If you have anxiety then you might feel anxious when you faced different problems at work. You will also feel anxious before taking a rest as well as making an important decision.

You also can have the symptoms while doing an Everest base camp helicopter landing flight tour. To avoid such feelings and problems you can start the day with some deep breathing and meditation. You can also watch YouTube videos about tours and can visualize how it will be the flight experience. Watching videos makes your visualization better.

If you have booked this tour with partners, friends, or family then you consult and talk with them about it which will reduce your anxiety. If this is too serious for you then you can consult with a doctor and get some anti-anxiety medication that will help you during the flight tour. You don’t need to be nervous because it’s the safest form of travel and safer than car travel.

​Getting In and out of Everest base camp helicopter

It is very important to follow the safety regulations even while getting in and out of the helicopter while doing the Everest base camp helicopter tour.

We should be aware of how to approach and leave a helicopter becomes even more important if your tour includes a landing, a hike, a picnic, or for just some photographs. Here are some of the rules for approaching or leaving the helicopters:

  • Do not approach without receiving a visual signal from the pilot. Do not leave without visual or spoken instructions to do so. Say at the place where the pilot can see you all the time.
  • On slopping ground always approach or leave on the downslope side for maximum rotor clearance.
  • If blinded by swirling dust or grit, STOP –crouch lower, or sit down and wait for assistance.
  • If disembarking while the helicopter is hovering, get out slowly and smoothly when cleared by the pilot.
  • Do not approach or leave a helicopter when the engine and rotors are running down or starting up.
  • Crouch while walking for extra rotor clearance. Always remove hats. Never reach up or chase after anything that blows away.
  • Carry long objects horizontally below waist level- never upright or on the shoulder.

​Trust the Pilot and the Helicopter

While doing the Everest base camp helicopter tour we need to have a good pilot and good conditions helicopter. For this, you need to select a good trekking company or a good helicopter company in Nepal that managed this well. Pilots are highly trained professionals with many hours of helicopter flying experience. This experience pilots have flown the same helicopter many times on the same routes in different weather conditions so you can trust the pilot 100% for safety.

If we talk about the helicopter they also have different things and protocols people follow. If you reached the airport a few hours before the flight then you can see what kinds of tests and measures they do before the flights. Before the flight, every helicopter undergoes a battery of tests. After the helicopter is refueled, helicopter maintenance engineers go through their protocol of checking to see if it is airworthy. The helicopter takes off only if the engineer gives approval.

​Everest base camp Helicopter tour Turbulence

Most of the Everest base camp Helicopter tour is going to be smooth. However, during the take-off and landing, it is normal to have some turbulence. Some first-timers people who do helicopter first time might panic during takeoff and then don’t enjoy the rest of the tour at all. So do panic during turbulence and enjoy every beat of the Everest base camp helicopter flight landing tour with magic Himalaya treks.


The most common religion in the Everest region is Buddhism. On the lower part, there might be few Hindus but massively Buddhist in all Khumbu region. For these Buddhist people, there is a number of Monasteries in the Everest region. They have monasteries in each Vital town.

Yes we need to pay trekking permit for this Everest base camp helicopter tour. We need to pay because we will land at Everest view hotel and Kalapather Viewpoint which is side the Sagarmatha national park. We need to buy permits for the Everest view hotel. But we don't need to Pay for Khambu Municipality charge and TIMS.

Every Company has its own policy and dealing policy with the customers regarding different things such as price and cost of the trip. With more people in the group, it is much better for the company and also the customers because the cost will be lower for more people. If there are 3-4 people for the Everest base camp helicopter tour then the cost will be lower whereas the cost for a single person will be more. Our company holiday tours are with no hidden costs at all.

The helicopter landing and waiting time on the base camp is not long because of wind purposes or any other reasons. If you need more time in a base camp then the helicopter will drop you and pick you up after some time which is suitable for you. The helicopter will land at some other and lower landing area which is proper and pick you up later on your given time.

If you make long waiting then there might be an extra cost which we make clear before we start. We will have roughly less than 30 minutes in Everest base camp but have around an hour in Everest view hotel for lunch and enjoy the View.

While we do the Everest base camp helicopter tour we will eat breakfast staying in 5-star category hotels named Everest view hotel. It’s a day tour so we will not experience the meals and lodges of Everest regions much.

The meals normally in the Everest regions are Hygagine and delicious. To know more about the meals you can check Food on Everest base camp trek and to know more about the lodges also you can visit our blogs about Teahouse on Everest base camp trek.

On all our treks we will provide you the safe drinking water and there are also options for buying bottled water. On helicopter flights, we advise you to carry some water. In case we need water we can buy It in Lukla as well as at the Everest view hotel.

If we need water While on Kalapather's viewpoint or Everest base camp then we will have some in a helicopter that is safe as well as drinkable. Ask the pilot for water in Kalapather and base camp if needed.

There will be a maximum of 5 people on the board. People staying in the middle will exchange seats with other people on their return to enjoy the view. The people staying in the middle cannot see much during the flight but can enjoy as much as others while landing on Kalapather, Lukla, Everest view hotel as well as Kalapather viewpoint.

When there are 5 people the helicopter has to do two shuttles from Pheriche so that at time all participants can get window seats for view.

During the Everest base camp helicopter landing flight tour the helicopter starts from 2800 meters towards 4200 meters and land at an elevation of 5550 meters above sea level. If the flight is lighter then it can fly higher in some areas if no wind blows hard.

The possible number of people for one helicopter is 5 so if you want to book an Everest base camp helicopter tour privately you need to have 5 or fewer people.

If you want to take a guide you can only have 4 people and 1 guide. We also arrange a Heli ride to EBC for single people. To do bookings about the helicopter landing flights to the base camp, email, or call us on the magic Himalaya contact details in different ways.

First of all, the Guide will pick you up from your hotel in Kathmandu and take you to Kathmandu airport. He will help you to get the boarding pass and take you to the helicopter. On the way to Lukla, he will tell you about the possible Himalayan ranges and names of mountains along with some villages down. It is worth seeing Junbensi village as well as Jiri from the helicopter.

On reaching Lukla the guide will brief you about Lukla and tell you about the mountains around. In the Everest View Hotel, he will help you to get breakfast as well as brief you and tell you about each mountain. He will also brief you whenever you will be in base camp as well as Kalapather. You can ask him about this region, Nepal, and about the Everest base camp helicopter tour.

\The most important place of the Heli ride is the base camp and Kalapather where he will help you to know more about the mountains. He will also make some of your stunning pictures with Everest as well as nature. He will also make your videos on base camp and Kalapather top. You will be pleased with his service.

Our representatives will pick you up from the Kathmandu hotel and transfer you to the airport. He will help you in getting a helicopter ride pass and take you to the helicopter port. Afterward, the pilots will brief you about the mountains and places while you are in Lukla, Everest views hotel, Kalapather, and base camp.

If you have any questions or things you can ask or consult with pilots. He is having many experiences on Everest base camp helicopter tour flights and he is very familiar with this area. He will also help you and tell you about the mountains and places on the Everest base camp trail. The pilots will also take pictures and videos for you. You can ask him/her to take it. If you don't have space for a guide that is a not big problem.

Advice: Don't ask the Pilot questions while he is flying a helicopter to the Base camp of the highest mountain Everest.

If you are alone you can join our group joining Everest base camp helicopter tour options. For this, you need to book the tour on a fixed date so that we can book other people also on the same date. If we were able to book at least 4 people including you then we will operate the tour and you can have an Everest base camp helicopter tour.

Our company works with so many other helicopter operators and companies so there is a 99.9% chance of getting a Group to join on the same date that you looking for or suits you. In case there will not be any group joining on the date you looking we will provide other suitable dates. You can check our Departure dates for the flights.

Most of the commercial flight land at Kalapather viewpoint near Everest base camp not the summit of Mount Everest. The Airbus Eurocopter B3 Model helicopter had a test flight and landed on the top of Everest. People can go there after acquiring special permission.

The landing on top also depends on the weather and stopping areas whereas sometimes it could be hard for landing while windy and cloudy might bother the landing area. If you have a dream of landing on top we will consult with the pilots and government and do our best to make your dream come true.

If there will be no tour on the day you booked, we will try for the next day or the following day if you have time. If you don’t have time we will do the refund full payments. Most tour companies deduct some amount before a refund but we will do a 100% full refund for this Everest base camp helicopter tour.

You can go through the Terms and conditions to know more about the refunds and bookings.

The Everest base camp helicopter tour is run with the aim to provide a landing facility to travelers at base camp. We will surely land on the Everest base camp. We also recommend land on Kalapather is worth it. The base camp doesn’t have a view on Everest but Kalapather has a 360-degree mountain view including Everest and Everest base camp.

The land on base camp also depends on wind speed. Sometimes the landslides damage the landing space on the base camp. In those cases, we will fly just over the base camp nearly touching the glacier of the base camp which makes us feel like being on Everest base camp. To have landed on base camp, we need to be very lucky with everything from weather, wind speed to the landing place.

Remember if you cannot land on base camp, we will make a landing on similar heights or even higher. From that landing, you can go to higher elevations until 5550 m which is Kalapather top and we do not need climbing equipment for that hike.

Yes this tour is possible to do for small kids and old people easily. I have organized many tours for small children as well as old people. Until now we have had smooth operations in this Everest base camp helicopter tour.

If you are making plans to bring kids and old parents or some others then we will operate the tour in a more careful way. the kids and old people may feel difficult in higher elevations but we are well prepared for such kinds of situations if it arrives or are seen while doing Heli flights.

Yes there is an oxygen cylinder in the helicopter. People doing the Everest base camp helicopter tour can use this oxygen if needed. The pilots will help you to use oxygen in case of emergency as well as if you need it.

Sometimes the cylinder will be empty so that might bring big problems. To avoid such problems we mostly carry an extra cylinder with oxygen full. We also check the oxygen cylinder regularly so we will have smooth operations and no one has to suffer from no oxygen at high altitudes. Our helicopter will also supply oxygen cylinders to the hotels situated at different places on the Everest trails as well as other trekking trails in Nepal.

The pilot is very well knowledge about the place as well as has done more than 500 trips. The pilots' are well experienced as well as very professional. He is very familiar with mountains and areas which makes him experts tell and briefing people about the regions and mountains.

You can ask him/her any questions related to the Everest base camp helicopter tour. Pilots are trained well and did many flights. One of the best viewpoints he/she will stop for some best pictures and views. Pilots are the one who is most familiar with this area.

Booking an Everest base camp Helicopter tour with Magic Himalaya Treks is very easy. You can just deposit 50% of the total amount in our Magic Himalaya company account.

The remaining amount of money you can pay by cash or card when you arrive in Kathmandu Nepal. You can also deposit online transfers or bank deposits for the remaining amounts. You can deposit the Amount on these details:

Bank Name: Nepal Investment Mega Bank LTD
Account name: Magic Himalaya Treks and Expeditions Pvt. Ltd.
Dollar account No: 13201050029551
Swift code: NIBLNPKT

You can also send on :

Bank Details

Account Number: 01605080068183

Swift code: NIBLNPKT

Account Name: Nabin Baniya

Bank Name: Nepal Investment Bank LTd, Kathmandu Nepal.

Branch: Thamel

Cancellations made 1 month or more in advance then we will do 100% refunds. Cancellation made within 15-29 days in advance then we will charge 10% of the total cost of the tour. If the tour is canceled 7 to 14 days in advance then we will incur 20% of the total cost. If cancellation is less than a week in advance you will only get a 50% refund from the total cost.

Cancellation request made within 24 hours of the helicopter has no refund. The cancellation request is accepted on call or email. If you book the Everest base camp helicopter tour on a joining basis then we will do a full refund if we cannot manage other participants for the tour to happen.

No, It is not possible to do the Everest base camp helicopter landing tour as soon as the lockdown is over. The first thing is the lockdown is not fixed how long it gonna remains. It will remain until no corona cases in Nepal. The second thing is flights are banned in Nepal from international boundaries.

This will not open until the coronavirus ended in all nations. So, right now it is very difficult to let you know when we can start operating the Everest Heli landing tour. As soon as the lockdown and international flight restrictions are over we will start taking bookings as well as operate.

Climbing Everest is very dangerous and brings lots of destruction if the weather is bad. Everest is very technical and needs proper arrangements for success whereas Everest base camp trek is less dangerous and has many obstacles along the way.

The biggest threat to the base camp trek is altitude sickness, weather, and a few other problems along the way. in comparison to both the Everest base camp helicopter tour is less dangerous. It is an easy day trip that is only harmed by wind and bad weather for a clear view.

Nepal Government has decided to reopen domestic as well as international flights despite corona cases in Nepal. Nepal government has planned to open domestic flights from 5th August 2020 whereas all international flights will start from 17th August 2020. If you are looking for a flight to and from Nepal, you are welcome. We have all trekking open in Nepal after the coronavirus.

Nepal Government had to make a decision of opening domestic as well as international flights to control and manage other problems in Nepal that came out after COVID-19. The problems seen after coronavirus is the income sources of all people engaged in this field from porters, guide, hotel staff as well as owners.

There is not a single penny as an income but the expenses such as food, rent & living are there for all. If we cannot come to have income then life will be hard for them as well as the country's economy will go down. To avoid such problems for people and nations, the Nepal government has decided to open flights and operate tourism by taking safety measures.

Yes, there is news about the Everest base camp changes on BBC, CNN, and many other news Channels. Magic Himalaya Treks team recently been to base camp and found a base camp at the same place where it used to be last time. It might change soon because the glacier is moving and changing its shape. We all know that the base camp change with glacier moves.

Yes the group Joining Heli landed many places. The reason behind landing at Everest view hotel is to drop 2 people there and take only three people. The helicopter only carries 270 kg at high elevations. Those who stay at the Everest view hotel can walk and enjoy the view of the Himalayan range and take some pictures and videos of the surrounding.

You might able to see some animals in the Everest region especially here is a chance to see Himalayan Tahr. The flights only take 8 minutes from Everest view hotel to Kalapather or Everest base camp. After returning back it will again take other remaining people and come back before returning back. Sometimes it does land in Ferichea too.

There are currently 11 licensed helicopter companies in Nepal according to the report of CAAN. CAAN stands for Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal.

During the Everest base camp helicopter tour, If you are in an emergency then dial 100 on your phone and ask for the helicopter. The 100 is the emergency number of the police. If it is not that serious then you can find different helicopter companies on Google or Facebook. you can call them directly or book through a travel company.

There is no regular flight from Pokhara to Everest base camp. If you want to do a private helicopter tour then it is possible. You have to fly Pokhara to Kathmandu and then continue. We can also fly from Pokhara to Lukla but we need to make sure about fueling

We have lots of day hiking and tour inside Kathmandu valley. Kathmandu city sightseeing tour is one among the best one which let you knew more about Kathmandu along with UNESCO world heritage sites.


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