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Trip Overview
  • Duration: 12 Days
  • Trip Grade: Strenuous
  • Trip Start and End: Kathmandu to Kathmandu
  • Trip Area: Everest Base Camp
  • Trip Style: Active/ Adventure Trekking
  • Age Group: 15 or Above
  • Trip Type: Private and group
  • Trip Method: Guided
  • Booking Type: Instant Booking
  • Max. Altitude: 5367m
  • Best Season: March - May and Sep - Nov
  • Foot Print:Carbon Neutralleaf

Everest base camp Trek with helicopter return

Everest Base Camp Trek is highly sought after by trekkers all over the world. Not everyone can afford to spend all these days to complete the trek and weeks of extensive trekking may sound a bit harsh to some. This Short Everest Base Camp Trek with helicopter return is the perfect way for people to complete this trek quickly to reduce the trekking time, while also enjoying an unforgettable helicopter ride. This is one of the shortest and fastest Everest Base Camp treks since you will trek up to Kalapatthar and after returning to Gorak Shep, fly back by helicopter to Lukla. This saves you a lot of time and energy while also experiencing the exciting helicopter fly-out. This trekking package ends with a sightseeing tour in the city of Kathmandu.

This trail is filled with mesmerizing views of various mountain ranges, peaks, icefalls, glaciers, forests, rivers, villages. Arriving at spots like Tengboche Monastery, Gorakshep, and Kalapatthar each provide their own unique beauty. All these amazing stops are given closure with a stunning aerial view of the whole Everest region. Hiking the trail not only lets you explore the beauty of the landscapes but also the culture, tradition, and lifestyle of the people who live in this region. In case you want a full helicopter ride instead of a trek, we also have Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour for you. Short Everest Base Camp Trek offers you the best of both worlds. You get to feel the thrill and closeness with nature, culture, and beauty by trekking up to the Base Camp and you also get to enjoy the luxury of returning without physical strain, resting, and enjoying the amazing views.

Route to Everest Base Camp and Flyback by Helicopter

Short Everest Base Camp Trek starts as you fly to Lukla from Kathmandu. You will trek to Phakding and to the Namche the next day. You will take acclimatization rest in Namche for a day and resume the trek the next day. You will ascend to Tengboche and Dingboche, stopping in Dingboche for a second acclimatization rest. Continue trekking to Lobuche and then Gorakshep which will be your last stop.

You will trek to Everest Base Camp and get back to Gorak Shep. The next day, you will trek to Kalapatthar early in the morning, head back to Gorak Shep, and fly to Kathmandu via helicopter.

Difficulty Level of Short Everest Base Camp And Fly Back by Helicopter

Short Everest Base Camp Trek falls in moderate grade. It is similar to the Everest Base Camp trek except you don't trek back. Instead, you take the fight from Gorak Shep to Kathmandu. The trek demands a moderate level of physical fitness as you have to walk for 5/6 hours a day in a high-altitude region. The trail varies from flat train to high steep ridges. So how difficult it is depends upon the trails of the day. You need to be careful about altitude sickness while trekking. You are recommended to do cardio exercises, hiking, kayaking, swimming, jogging, etc one month prior to the trip.

Weather and Temperature of Short Everest Base Camp And Fly Back by Helicopter

The weather and temperature of the Khumbu region vary with the seasons. There are mainly four seasons in this region, spring, summer, autumn, and winter. During autumn and autumn, the weather conditions are most appropriate for the trekkings. The days are calm and sunny and clear most of the time. Nights might become a bit chilly but the temperature is bearable. During the day, you can complete the trek easily with just shorts and t-shirts on. You may need a down jacket while trekking at high altitudes and/or fleece during the evenings and early mornings. 

The winter days are cold and windy, nights being even colder. The temperature level drops below the freezing point. The weather becomes even colder than that because of the fierce wind. There might occur a series of snowfalls and blizzards in high-altitude regions. So it is harder to trek in winter.

Weather is unpredictable on summer days. It might change drastically from hot sunny days to heavy rainfall. Views often get obstructed due to rainfall.

Accommodation During The Short Everest Base Camp And Fly Back by Helicopter

During your trek in the Everest region, you will stay in the tea houses run by local Sherpas. These teahouses may not be luxurious but provide you with minimalist but proper accommodation and food services. In peak seasons, you often have to share the room but in other seasons you can get a single room as well. You will stay in 3-star hotels while in Kathmandu.

Food During The Short Everest Base Camp And Fly Back by Helicopter

Your hotel in Kathmandu provides you with breakfast service. For other meals, you can explore different cafes and restaurants in the city. During the trek, teahouses provide you with basic modern foods and local foods rich in carbohydrates and protein. You will be given 3 meals, breakfast, lunch, and dinner. You can get foods like noodles, pasta, rice, vegetables, Dal Bhat, eggs, etc. At Lukla and Namche, you can find additional food like bakery items, pizzas, and beverages. For your convenience, you can carry energy bars and chocolates along with you.

What's Included

  • Meals: 
    11 Breakfasts, 8 Lunches, 8 Dinners
  • Accommodation: 
    3-Star accommodation in Kathmandu for 3 days 
    Tea house accommodation along the way for 8 days
  • Transportation:   
    All land transportation with pickups and drops
    Domestic Flight to Lukla and back
    Helicopter ride from Gorak Shep to Lukla
  • Guides and Porters:
    One guide and assistant guide between 6 people 
    1 porter for two people (A porter can carry up to 30 kg)
  • Entry Fees and Permits:
    Sagarmatha National Park Entrance Fee
    TIMS Card
    Monument Entrance Fee
  • Miscellaneous: 
    Down jacket, a Sleeping bag which should be refunded to the company after the trip
    Necessary paperwork with the government of Nepal and Tax department
    All the necessary insurance for the guides and porters
    First Aid service in case of minor injuries
    Salary, food, and accommodation for guides and porters
  • One Day Sightseeing Tour in Kathmandu

What's not Included

  • Any meals other than breakfast in Kathmandu
  • Rescue & travel insurance, trip cancellation costs, accident or health emergency, evacuation, loss, theft or damage to baggage and personal effects (We strongly advise you to take out personal travel insurance.)
  • Extra night accommodation in Kathmandu due to any reason
  • Personal expenses (phone calls, internet, laundry, bar bills, battery recharge, extra porters, cold drinks, bottled or boiled water, hot shower, etc.)
  • All the alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks including mineral water
  • Nepal entry visa fee
  • Tipping for the Sublime crew

Departure Dates & Price

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Additional Information

Diversity of Flora and Fauna

Apart from the world's highest mountains, Everest trekking is serene also because of its diverse flora and fauna. 

The lush pine, oak, and juniper forests make the hike from Lukla to Namche and Tengboche serene. On top, the animated rhododendron forest embellishes the outlook elegantly. 

The lush vegetation of the Everest region is home to exotic animals like red panda, blue sheep, various mammals, and rare snow leopards. 

The alluring waterfalls, rushing streams, lakes, and glaciers alleviate the aesthetic of the landscape. Further, the Yak herdings and pasture lands are entertaining. 

Respect ethnic Sherpa culture and values

As an Everest Base Camp trekker, always keep in mind, "Give Respect. Take Respect". Whether a tea house owner or a porter, the innocent Sherpa works hard to put a smile on your face throughout the trek. 

Everest region is home to world-renowned Sherpa tribes. The prominent religion of the Sherpa community is Buddhism which celebrates Buddhist and Hindu festivals. The ancient traditions, preserved values, and cosmopolitan lifestyle of Sherpa people also entertain the Everest Base Camp trek and helicopter return. 

Hiking all day long is why you trek to Everest. But, some trekkers knowingly and unknowingly disrespect the cultures of the Sherpa people. 

The pivotal issue, the cultural difference between a traveller and the local community, sometimes creates conflicts. As a traveller, you may want to enjoy the campfire and BBQ on the Everest base camp trek. But the fact is, you're not allowed to BBQ and kill any animals like chickens inside the Sagarmatha National Park. Most trekkers don't have an idea about this, and as a result, a conflict happens. 

There are many preserved locations, artistic objects, and monasteries that no one can photograph without permission. To capture local faces, trekkers also try to portray the porters, hard-working Sherpas carrying logs, and more. But, these actions make them feel like you disrespected them. Taking photographs without any consent is equal to disrespecting the locals.


Commercially, Everest trekking has skyrocketed, and thus, you can find foods of your choice, mostly at low-altitude places. 

If you're looking for a solo Everest base camp trek and helicopter return from Kala Patthar, your spending determines the meals you'll eat. 

But with travel agents like Sublime Trails, we'll manage the best-available nutritious and hygienic meals. 

The breakfast menu includes porridge with honey, toast with butter and jam, soups, and cooked vegetables. Most tea houses in Lukla and Namche offer fresh fruits, but the price becomes high due to expensive logistics. 

For lunch and dinner, the meal items are almost identical. These two main meals of the day are the best energy supplements to replenish energy loss from long day hikes. Spaghetti, Sopus, dumplings, Tibetan bread and Tenduk, Thukpa, fries, and meat items are regular meals. But, the staple diet, Nepali Dal Bhat, is the ultimate source of energy. It includes cooked vegetables, lentil soups, rice, and pickles. 

Eating tips; Always prioritise Soups, lukewarm drinks, and plenty of water. To avoid dehydration, try avoiding caffeinated drinks and alcoholic beverages. And most importantly, avoid consuming meat products throughout this trip. The imported meats often contaminate and cause diarrhoea and food poisoning. 


Luxurious accommodation in Everest base camp trek and helicopter return flight is available in Lukla, Phakding, and Namche. With a tour agency, you'll get comfortable accommodations and facilities throughout this trek. Also, if requested, we'll offer you the Everest Base Camp luxury lodge trek. 

The most favoured, tea house-based accommodation is best throughout Everest base camp trek and helicopter return. In the recent decade, accommodations services have improved a lot. 

The trekking and expedition season brings a voluminous crowd to the Everest region. Thus, at these times, you'll have to accommodate in twin sharing rooms. You'll get attached bathrooms at Lukla, Namche, and may get such above Tengboche. 

The beds will be comfortable for overnight sleep. Don't expect heated blankets and rooms. You can carry multi-layered sleeping bags for warmth overnight. But, you can get warm at the central oven in the dining hall before curling up in bed. 

Internet, hot showers, hot water, electricity, and solar power are available at most tea houses. But, you have to pay the additional cost for these extra services. 

Trek Difficulty

With proper acclimatisation and the right guidance, the Everest Base Camp trek becomes a comfortable trek. On top, the helicopter return from Kala Patthar gives the luxurious Everest experience. On average, this trek is a moderate grade trek, adding luxury and minimising some days of strenuous hikes. 

We recommend our clients join the Everest base camp trek and helicopter return in Autumn 2022 to maintain decent physical fitness. Trekkers with previous high-altitude trekking experience would be best. 

The hikes on the serene trail to Phakding, Monjo, and Namche are comfortable. The decent trails through lush forests, along the shore of Dudh Koshi, and crossing several suspension bridges makes the hike delightful. 

The uphill climb of Tengboche, Dingboche, and hike on the rugged terrain of Pheriche, Lobuche, and Gorakshep is moderate to arduous. The three-hour trek to Kala Patthar from Gorak Shep in the early morning might become chilly.

The luxury helicopter flyout to Kathmandu gives the unmatched Everest viewing experience. On top, it lets you escape a tiring 3 days return hike to Lukla before taking a flight to Kathmandu. 

Safety and Security in Everest base camp trek and helicopter return

Sublime Trails guarantee your utmost safety and security throughout this trek. We'll take care of proper meals, comfortable overnights, first aid treatments, and helicopter evacuation if needed. 

An only experienced guide can lead the team without vital issues. So, to lead the team, Sublime Trails offers experienced Everest trek guides with nearly a decade of experience. Also, their expertise in first aid and mountain medicines ensures your complete health safety.

Since this trip is a helicopter return, the helicopter flight must be 100% safe and comfortable. For this, we employ top airline companies who provide Everest base camp helicopter tours throughout the year. With such a flight comes the most experienced pilots. Hence, the luxurious helicopter flight comes with safety. 

Other issues like theft and robbery are almost negligible in Everest base camp trek and helicopter return. The Sherpa people consider trekkers as their guests. So, they'll never intend to harm you. Other than that, trekkers, guides, porters, and tea house owners are the only people en route. You'll be with your team and backpacks throughout this trek. 

Altitude Sickness in Everest Base Camp trek and helicopter return

Every trekker's concern, altitude sickness, is unavoidable at heights over 4,000 metres. But proper care, acclimatisation, and drinking plenty of water reduce the chance of getting altitude sickness. 

The thinning air above 3,500 metres reduces the oxygen in the air. Trekkers, while hiking, require more oxygen. On top, dehydration kicks in and you sweat more in the drier regions. So, the deficient oxygen develops symptoms such as headaches, nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea, and vertigo. 

For most, altitude sickness symptoms appear minor. But for some, these symptoms develop into a serious issue. In most situations, seriously ill trekkers often need helicopter evacuations to lower altitudes. 

But, you can reduce the chance of developing altitude sickness. 

Report to your Everest base camp trek and helicopter return trip guide about the issues if you feel difficulties hiking. They'll give you proper medicines to soothe the symptoms. Tell your tour guide to call emergency helicopter evacuation if the situation worsens. But, for this, you must have travel insurance. There must be some reliable source to compensate for the helicopter evacuation cost. 

Travel Insurance

Travelling to high altitudes like Everest base camp trek routes requires travel insurance. Why? Well, in extreme emergencies, you'll need a helicopter evacuation. The exorbitant cost of such evacuation is unbearable for you, a couple of thousand dollars. Hence, decent travel insurance compensates for every health expense you suffer, including the evacuations. 

There's no denying the fact that high altitude sickness has resulted in significant issues in trekkers. But those who have insurance also gain many benefits from insurance compensation. 

Sublime Trails only purchases the insurance of Everest Base camp trek with helicopter return guides and porters. We encourage everyone joining our team this Autumn 2022 to buy travel insurance. 

Everest Base Camp trek guides and porters safety

Trek guides and porters are a crucial asset for every trekking in Nepal, and Sublime Trails values them with utmost priority. The health and safety of guides and porters are equally pivotal to making every Everest region trekking successful. 

We provide the best accommodation, meals, transportation, and health safety to our trek crews. Also, we purchase their insurance for every trekking that even covers the emergency evacuations. We also arrange semi-annual health checkups for Everest trek guides to ensure their best health. 

On top, we discourage our trek guides from consuming alcohol and smoking throughout this trek. With good health and safety, our guides can lead you successfully to Everest base camp and return safely. 

Baggage weight limit for Everest trekking porters and Kathmandu to Lukla flight

As the standard set by the Tourism Board, a porter can only carry at most 15 kg, but two trekkers can share a porter with a weight equivalent to 30kg or less. 

Any baggage above 30kg combined requires another porter, which will add cost. Hence, while packing the backpacks, only carry the gears and items you need. 

Airline companies operating Kathmandu Lukla flights allow 10kg baggage and 5kg hand carry. For average trekkers, 15kg baggage is more than enough. But, if your baggage weight crosses the weight limit, you'll have to pay additional costs per airline policy. 

Backpack and essential gears for Everest base camp trek and helicopter return

For a brief overview, here are the most essential trekking gears you must have before joining this trip. 


  • Sweatshirts, fleeces, sleeves
  • windproof and waterproof jackets 
  • Hat, scarf, and caps
  • Poncho for unexpected rain
  • Trousers, tracks, and waterproof pants
  • Decent trekking boots
  • 4 to 5 pairs of extra socks
  • Down jackets and sleeping bags

Skin care products 

  • lip balm, sunscreen, lotions
  • Moisturisers

Please read our backpack for the Everest base camp trek with helicopter return blog for the apt gears to carry for this trek. 

Altitudes in Everest Base Camp trek with helicopter return

The gradual increase in altitude in Everest trekking takes you through diverse landscapes and climatic zones. 

We'll first reach Lukla from a flight that sits at 2,850 metres. The highest altitude of this trek, Kala Patthar viewpoint, sits at 5,644 metres. 

Phakding sits at 2,610 metres, Namche sits at 3,440 metres, Everest View Hotel at 3,880 metres, and Tengboche at 3,860 metres. Further, Dingboche, Chhukung, and Lobuche sit over 4,410 metres, 4,730 metres, and 4,949 metres. 

Gorak Shep and Everest Base Camp sit over 5,120 metres and 5,150 metres. 

The helicopter return flight flies around 5,000 metres to give you the best viewing experience of the Everest region. 

Flight delays and transportation

Sublime Trails offers complimentary airport pick-up and drop services to valued clients. 

Kathmandu to Lukla flight is arduous due to intense topography. Hence, the flight takes place only on a clear weather day. But, the unpredictable weather at Lukla often fosters flight delays, a common headache for Everest trekkers. 

Prepare yourself to cope with the flight delays and cancellations with one additional buffer day. If you have to meet the schedule, even in poor weather, the Kathmandu to Lukla helicopter flight takes place. 

Besides rare occasions, on the days in Autumn and Spring, the flights are hardly obstructed by delays. 

The flight to Lukla departs till mid-day and the whole day if the weather turns stable. From Lukla, you'll hike to Everest Base Camp and Kala Patthar before returning from the helicopter. 

The guide will manage the reliable porters and yak for the logistics. 

Weather and Temperature in Everest Base Camp trek with helicopter return

The best Everest trekking experience comes with clear weather and a stable temperature. The rain-free days, vibrant landscapes, and serene mountains make the hike entertaining. 

Weather and Temperature in Spring 

Spring, a time for vibrant landscape, stable temperature, and clear weather, makes the Everest experience a top. The temperature is around 12 degrees in the daytime and -6 degrees during the night is bearable. Also, the gentle wind of 5mph clears the clouds and makes the viewing even alluring.

Weather and Temperature in Autumn 

The post-monsoon landscape, lush vegetation, and unobstructed sightseeing in Autumn are another preferred time in the year for 10 days Everest base camp trek and helicopter return from Kala Patthar. The monsoon rain washes the dust and pollutants, making the viewing experience unmatched. 

The daytime temperature averages around 13 degrees and the nighttime temperature averages around the freezing point. 

Weather and Temperature in Winter

Experienced high-altitude trekkers prefer the Everest base camp trek with helicopter return. The snowfall almost makes the flight impossible to land at Lukla, but the helicopter flight becomes the best option for reaching Lukla. 

The weather becomes clear in winter, with the snow-clad mountains in sight. Imagine being at Everest Base Camp and viewing Everest, filled with snow. A magical experience. But, those who can deal with extreme temperatures prefer this venture. 

The daytime temperature only averages 4 degrees, and nighttime falls below -12 degrees. On top, the wind speed increases to 10mph. Not a good time for first-time trekkers! 

Weather and Temperature in Summer

It's not that people don't trek to Everest in summer, but it's more arduous than other times in the year. Let's get why!

Summer days are hot, rainy, and slippery, making the hike arduous and risky. On top, the landslides at Phakding and other places put risk on hikers. Hence, the early and late summer are only viable for Everest trekking if you want to. 

The poor weather in Summer is prone to 100% flight cancellation. In summer, the heavy rain till Lukla hinders the helicopter flight. The only choice you'll get is from Jiri, but the trail is landslide-prone. Hence, summer is not a time for Everest base camp trek with helicopter return. 

The temperature of 17 degrees on the day makes the hike sweaty and tiring. Also, the 12 mph wind speed makes the trek onerous. 

Tipping Culture to trek guides and porters

There's no fixed amount that you should tip to trek guides and porters, but everyone pays 20% of the trek cost to them as tips. 

Everest base camp trek with helicopter return tour is 10 days long. Throughout these days, the trek guides and porters will stick with you in your highs and lows. They'll guarantee to make your trip successful. In the end, they deserve the tipping from you. 

These people work as guides and porters during the trekking season, and it's their prominent income source. Your tip may not be sufficient, but it keeps the kitchen glowing in their homes. 

Most trekkers also offer farewell dinner and drinks to guides and porters in Lukla. In the end, everyone carries a smile on their face. 

Important Documents

If you're travelling to Nepal, Government-issued documents and some other legal documents should be with you. 

For Everest base camp trek and helicopter return, you must purchase trek permits, an arrival visa, Kathmandu to Lukla flights, and much more. 

Here's a list of items you should carry while touring in Nepal. 

  • Passport, Citizenship

  • Covid 19 vaccination card

  • Proof of travel insurance

  • Passport sized photos for trek permits and visa process.

  • Contact details of person to contact on emergencies

  • Name tag for baggage


  • Yes. You can fly back on a helicopter safely from the Everest base camp locale. To escape the tiring return hike from the base camp to Lukla, you can opt for a direct helicopter to Kathmandu.

    You'll also save 3 precious days of return hike to Lukla and possibly, the flight cancellations in Lukla. On top, ending the Everest base camp trek with helicopter return gives the unmatched viewing experience of Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Ama Dablam, etc.

    For you, Sublime Trails offers 10 days Everest base camp trek and return with a helicopter from Kala Patthar.

  • The helicopter return from Kala Patthar is the ultimate luxury trip to Everest. Sitting on a helicopter, avoiding multiple days of return hikes, and the bird's-eye panorama of mountain wonders is a luxury.

    If requested, we'll arrange an Everest Luxury lodge trip for you. Even if you're on the budget trek, we'll make the best accommodation available.

  • Spring months, March, April, and May, are the right time to trek to Everest base camp and return by helicopter. Another best time of the year is September, October, and November.

    The undisturbed viewing of Himalayan giants like Everest, Lhotse, and Makalu is possible in these months. The clear sky, mild temperature, rain-free days, and vivid landscapes entertain the hike and helicopter return.

    The helicopter flying on a clear weather day gives the utmost viewing pleasure for you. Best sightseeing window, luxury return, and decent accommodations make Everest base camp trek with helicopter return a best in Spring and Autumn.

  • In Nepal, a One-day Everest base camp helicopter tour is the most preferred one-day sightseeing tour. Possibly it's the best-selling Everest package of Sublime Trails and other local agencies in Nepal too.

    If you don't have enough time for Everest trekking, you can opt for this trip. Also, this one-day tour becomes affordable when you go for Group Sharing Everest Base Camp Helicopter Tour.

    One survey had also shown that Everest base camp helicopter tours for the family are also well-liked by travellers. You can go to see Everest by helicopter with your teens and elderly loved ones without sweating a drop. On top, for a family, a private Everest base camp helicopter tour for one day becomes the best. All members can be accommodated in one helicopter and enjoy gorgeous glimpses of the world's highest, Mt. Everest, and other mountains.

  • Sublime Trails is taking reservations for Everest base camp trek and helicopter return for Autumn 2022. We have been getting many inquiries about this luxury package. And also, the seats are filling fast. We encourage you to book your trip with us at the most exciting price. We also offer discounts to trekkers who book Everest Base Camp Trek with helicopter return in a group.

    To learn more about the availability of this tripk for Autumn 2022, get in touch with our representative. Contact our tour manager Mr. Ram Khadka at +977 9851183278 (24/7 available on whatsapp) or email at . We are always here to guide you with the best tour service.

Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return Reviews

5.0based on 2 reviews
  • Priciallia
    PricialliaNovember 20, 2018

    EBC Trek, No Need to return Same Way !!!

    This short Everest Trek that Sublime Trails organized for us was the best trip of my life. I completed my dream trek to Everest Base  Camp. The acclimatization days at Namche Bazaar and Dingboche helped me immensely. I was also quite tired when I reached the Everest Base Camp. So the helicopter back to Lukla relieved me of any further effort. I wish I could get enough of the beauty of the mountains here. But I don’t. I think the mountains here will make me come here for another exciting time to the Everest region.

  • Veronica
    VeronicaOctober 14, 2018

    12 Days EBC Heli Trek

    A group of my college friends decided to come to trek to Everest Base Camp. But we didn’t have a lot of time as our holidays were only 2 weeks long. So we decided to come to this short trek to Everest Base Camp. We didn’t have a lot of trekking experience either so we thought that a short trek would be a safe trip. Sublime Trails told us that we needed to prepare for around 2 months before coming here. And thank goodness they did. Our preparation helped us a lot as the exercise helped us prepare for the altitude as well. My lifetime dream of seeing Mt. Everest in all its glory as possible. All in all, this is an awesome trip.

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