Your visit to Nepal remains incomplete, if you miss a chance to get closer to the mighty Mt. Everest, the highest peak in the world. Normally, getting to the Everest Base Camp requires at least 12 days, which might not be possible for every traveler travelling to Nepal. Present health condition, physical fitness level and time might come in the way as well. Therefore, taking these obstructions into account, Amigo Treks and Expedition would like to offer the Everest Circuit Helicopter Tour package; a perfect solution to every kind of traveler, to help fulfill their wish to see and get closer to Mt. Everest.
what is the difference between regular everest helicopter tour and everest circuit helicopter tour ?
In regular Everest helicopter tour your will fly to Everest base camp or kalapatthar and back in this exclusive Everest circuit helicopter we will show entire Everest region and you will fly over Sagarmatha national park and Makalu national park. for regular helicopter tour please visit Everest helicopter tour
The Everest Circuit Helicopter Tour is probably one of the most exciting tour in the world. This tour in Nepal takes you from your hotel in Kathmandu to the Mt. Everest Base Camp and back in just 5 hours. It’s a once in a lifetime opportunity to admire the beauty of the Mt. Everest from the very famous viewpoint and the highest point of Everest base camp trekking, Kala Patthar, in the Khumbu region of Nepal. Along with the Mt. Everest (8,848m), this tour will also allow you to enjoy the mesmerizing view of a series of glorious mountains – Gauri Shanker, Langtang, Ganesh Himal, Dorje Lakpa, Shisa Pangma, Melung Tse, Jugal, Ama Dablam, Cho Oyu, Lhotse Mt. Makalu, Baruntse, Amadablam Amphu Laptsa pass and Island peak and the astounding hills, rivers, glaciers, lakes, the settlement of Sherpa people and most part of the Khumbu region. You will also get a chance to have breakfast in the Khumbu region of Nepal.
Amigo Treks and Expedition’s the Everest Circuit Helicopter Tour package includes helicopter ride as per the itinerary, private pick up and drop off service from and to the hotel in Kathmandu, and airport departure tax. If you are looking for additional services, we can definitely make the arrangement (extra charges applicable). We also make sure that the helicopters are equipped with a set of Oxygen system consisting of 4-5 liter cylinder of mountaineering oxygen, fitted with a regulator and hi-tech top-out mask, to provide instant help in case of emergencies.
This tour entirely depends on the weather conditions in the Himalayas. However, Spring and Autumn are the best season to plan this exhilarating trip in Nepal.
|Upto 3 Pax||4-5 Pax|
|8000 US$ (per group)||11000 US$ (Per group)|
Early in the morning, a private car will come to pick you up at your hotel and transfer you to the airport in Kathmandu. Shortly after the departure formalities at the airport, the helicopter leaves for Lukla. This tour starts at Lukla and heading toward east will take you to Makalu Barun National Park and via Mera Peak, Mt. Makalu, Baruntse, Amadablam Amphu Laptsa pass, Island peak etc. the helicopter will either land at the Everest Base Camp, or Kala Patthar, depending upon the weather condition. At the base camp/Kala Patthar, the helicopter will only stop for 5 minutes. You can enjoy the surrounding view and take pictures quickly. After enjoying the majestic view of the Mt. Everest and other snow-capped peaks, the helicopter will now head towards Gokyo Lakes via Chola Pass and get down to Khongde for breakfast (30-45 minutes). The breakfast will be served at the yeti mountain home with special setup for helicopter tour. Along with the breakfast, you will once again get a chance to enjoy the beautiful Mt. Everest with its range. After breakfast, we will fly back to Lukla to refill the fuel required to get back to Kathmandu. After refilling the fuel at Lukla, we will now fly back to the airport in Kathmandu. From the airport, you will be transferred to your hotel in a private car.
We used Amigo Treks for our trek to EBC in Sept-Oct 2021. The planning started in Mar-April 2021 in the middle of the pandemic so