|Group size:||1-12 people||Max-Altitude:||5,545m/18,192ft|
|Arrival on:||Kathmandu||Departure from:||Kathmandu|
Day Tour of Everest Base Camp in Helicopter is a great way to experience Everest in just one day. We begin our helicopter tour from Kathmandu and fly towards the east to Lukla which is a beautiful Sherpa village. We get our helicopter fuelled here after which we fly to the Everest Base Camp, a popular destination for anyone who has Everest on their bucket list. We fly over a few Sherpa villages and the Khumbu glacier before reaching the base camp. We spend around five minutes at the Everest base camp and admire the world’s biggest mountain up close. Next, we fly to Syangboche and spend around twenty minutes at a hotel for breakfast while also admiring the beautiful Himalayan vista. The entire Day Tour of Everest Base Camp in Helicopter gives us a unique opportunity to not just reach the base camp of Everest but get the best aerial views of Everest and other mountains in just one day. We fly back to Lukla for fueling and return to Kathmandu and end our amazing helicopter day tour of Everest.
Note: Spending only around five minutes at the Everest base camp will prevent us from getting altitude sickness.
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