EBC Trek and Fly Back by Helicopter Tour


Visit Nepal 2020 proposal, EBC tour fly in fly out by helicopter (two-way) is the best visualization for the mountain lovers and mountaineers. As the entire hiking can be marked outdated, this helicopter tour to EBC with two-way flying flight can be organized by Air Dynasty Heli Services (P) Ltd. in Everest region. This tour will give you a great experience with landing(fly-in & fly-out) at the world’s highest Mt. Everest.

Now, the main question may be:

Why Do We Prefer EBC Helicopter Trek?

The usual answer is: “It’s good to fly on this flight than to walk more and long wish.”
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EBC Trek Fly in and Fly out is a day package that facilitates helicopter travel program. According to the passenger, you will fly from Kathmandu to Lukla, then Trek to Phakding, Namche Bazar, Tengboche, Dingboche, Lobuche, Gorakshep, Everest Base Camp, Gorakshep and will eventually fly to Helicopter in Kathmandu. Gorakshep (Everest Base Camp); The Helicopter between on the flight and tour, you will see magnificent views of mountains, ice scenarios, green hills, cascades, rivers and ponds, glaciers, and foreign flora and creatures. Also with mountaineers and Sherpa’s, face and chat-local residents, their lives and values, prayer walls, monasteries and pilgrims, and period and exertion.

Fly In Fly Out With Air Dynasty

Passing to the Everest Base Camp by Helicopter, be the best occasion to travel in the Everest region instead of flying. This is due to the safe and sound landing that can be provided by helicopter. The helicopter is smaller and the landing plane is also lesser than the airplane. Therefore, long-term routes and other caution is not required by this airplane flights. It takes about 45 minutes to reach lukla from Kathmandu. The visibility level of the helicopter is high in the middle which helicopters can fly in less visibility.
Accordingly, this heli flight can also be arranged in the likely season of weather, which can not fly on the airplanes. The safety level of this trek / tour is also high. Following to the short term, this helicopter will be very likely from Kathmandu to Lukla and Gorakshep to Kathmandu. Because there is a renovation work on the airport (Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu), which makes Kathmandu – Lukla flight to Kathmandu – Ramechhap – Lukla Flight. This time will reach Ramechhap from Kathmandu (by road) and then to Lukla (flight by) will be minimized.

Trip Highlights:

  • Thrilling helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp.
  • Helicopter Land and stop in Everest View Hotel.
  • Short Landing in Kalapatthar to see Everest and other high mountains and feel the altitude.
  • Great views of famous peaks such as Ama Dablam, Lhotse and many more.
  • Stunning landscapes, Ice falls, and glaciers.
  • Beautiful villages and valleys.

1.) Can Helicopters Fly In & Fly Out To Everest Base Camp?

Yes, you can actually fly in & fly out to the Everest Base Camp by helicopter which is the way; pick-up and drop-off service in the mountain region & also one of the greatest views of luxurious activities in Himalayas ranges.

2.) Why Do We Prefer EBC Heli Trek & Helicopter Tour?

“It’s kindly to know about EBC heli flight than to trekking”. For those trekker who have less time context and enjoy the stunning views of Mt. Everest on foot as well as scenic Helicopter fight.

3.) Do You Dream Of Standing In Front Of Mt. Everest?

To see mountains in your dream signify many major obstacles and challenges that you have to overcome. If you are on top of the mountain, then it indicates that you have achieved and realized your goals. You have recognized your full potential. Alternatively, mountains denote a higher realm of consciousness, knowledge, and spiritual truth.

4.) How Many Camps Are There At Mount Everest?

There are six camps on the path. The Camp I (Base Camp) is on a gravel plain below the Rongbuk Glacier with a height of 5,180 m (16,990 ft). Climbers keep going from camp I, ascending the east Rongbuk Glacier’s medial moraine to the Camp II on the base of Changtse with a height of 6,500 m (21,300 ft).

5.) Can You Fly Helicopter At The Top Of Mount Everest?

Helicopters can fly higher than the peak of Mt. Everest but landing to take is very dangerous. So, short landing in Kalapatthar to see Everest and other high mountains and feel the altitudes.

6.) What Is The Highest And Lowest Temperature At Mt Everest?

As such, temperatures in the peak can be achieved as low as (-40) degrees Celsius. On an overall basis, temperature averages (-36) degrees Celsius, which is also dead to the perfectly clear.

7.) What Is The Best Time To Visit Everest Base Camp?

It is able to travel in February and September, although we get the best months to travel to the Everest Base Camp (February, March, April and May) and Monsoon (September, October, November and December). The above for our treks in the Everest Base Camp..

8.) Can You Take A Helicopter To Everest Base Camp?

Helicopters can fly higher than the peak of Mt. Everest but landing to take is very dangerous. So, short landing in Kalapatthar to see Everest and other high mountains and feel the altitudes.

9.) How Do I Get From Base Camp To Kathmandu Everest?

Mount Everest Helicopter Tours Starting in Kathmandu, flying east from Kathmandu entering the Sherpa Village and gateway to Everest, Lukla (5 minutes of landing time) and then the flight begins to fly towards Everest Base Camp / Kalpatthar to arrive your final destination.

10.) Can You Take A Helicopter To Mount Everest?

You can just fly over the world highest peak Mt. Everest but landing to take is very dangerous. So, short landing in Kalapatthar to see Everest and other high mountains and feel the elevations of that altitudes.

11.) Where Is Base Camp On Mount Everest?

Mount Everest base camp is situated South-east in Nepal at an altitude of 5,364 metres (17,500ft) high in the Himalaya’s.

12.) How Much Does It Cost To Trek To Everest Base Camp?

It will cost USD $1100 per person; for helicopter services on sharing basis from Kathmandu.

13.) Can You Drive To Mount Everest Base Camp?

No, You can’t drive by road to the Mount Everest base camp. You can only reach by trek or by helicopter. When you trekking to the EBC it takes several day to reach your destination but those who are time bound and for other interested groups too. Doing Everest Heli tour is as equal as going too for looking the closer live sceneries of mountains. It depends on your time duration for the trip by road or by helicopter.

14.) Can You Trek To Everest Base Camp On Your Own?

Yes, you can hiking Mount Everest by two-way by ownself or by helicopter too; Here, the choice is yours if you have the time, then you need to be trekking, but at that time you do not need a guide or any law regulation that way to differentiate but those who have time bound and other interest groups too. Doing Everest Heli tour is as equal as going to look for closer live scales mountains. Since, the situation depends on you.

15.) Can You Climb Mount Everest Without Oxygen?

It’s depends you how high you are climbing; at around 23,000 feets (about 7,000 meters) you should have been able to without oxygen but above that nearly 26,000 feets everyone uses it.