Everest base camp Helicopter tour

Imagine your photo, beautifully captured in front of the world's highest peak, hanging in your living room. Every day you wake up, and the first sight strikes the frame. The memories of the tour flood over you, and the warmth of Everest remains in you forever. How cool would it be in reality to be at Everest? The Everest Base Camp helicopter tour is the ultimate outing in the Himalayas that turns your daydream into reality.You may have seen Everest in a photo or have watched some videos on YouTube about it somewhere. But have you dreamt of being on the possible close point to it? Have you ever imagined that you could reach the Everest Base Camp in one day? The one-day EBC helicopter tour offers the experience of flying close to the alpine terrain, Khumbu glacier, Kala Patthar, Everest, and several 8000ers.People prefer mountain flights to catch glimpses of mountains in Nepal. For many reasons, this preference seems somehow spiritless. You can see the peaks from a single narrow window, but you will not be able to land on the base camp and breathe the cool air blowing over the giants. Life has to be thrilling and to experience it, Everest Base Camp helicopter tour with landing provides all the juices of adventure. You might be wondering what makes the Everest view helicopter tour package stand out from the rest of the tours in Nepal. Many things contribute to this to make it a perfect outing experience.First, the Everest helicopter landing is a luxury style of tourism in the Himalayas. With total comfort on the back of the helicopter, you can enjoy the 360 panoramic views of the Himalayas. The helicopter's wide and large windows make the viewing experience unmatched.Second, the Helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp is ideal for people with limited travel time. They can enjoy the trip in one day, which usually takes two long weeks for trekkers. Everyone wants to be close with their loved ones all the time. Many explorers want to tour together with their children in the Himalayas but still can't. For these travellers, a helicopter tour of Everest is the best solution. The pilot acts as a guide for the helicopter tour to Everest. To make every moment lively, the pilot often gives you tips to watch at different angles from the flight. To let you know, the pilot explains all the places with their names as your flight progress. The helicopter flies at low altitudes to let you enjoy the alpine terrain to the fullest.You might wonder how magnificent your Everest Base Camp helicopter tour would be. In reality, the panoramic bird's eye view of Everest surpasses your imagination of Everest. To feel it, you have to be on the alpine landscape of Lukla and the rugged terrain of Kala Patthar.A helicopter tour to Everest Base Camp is the safest tour in the high Himalayas. This spectacular tour also makes you free from carrying the trekking gear. Trekkers often suffer altitude sickness that is unlikely when you tour by helicopter. Also, at over 5460 metres, you'll get an oxygen supplement if you feel difficulty breathing. All you have to carry for this tour is a personal camera and some warm jackets. You will never get tired of snapping the verdant forests of oak and pine over hills. If you tour Everest in March, you'll witness the multi-coloured rhododendrons, which offer a sublime scenic view.Right after you take off from Kathmandu airport, you'll start viewing the prominent peaks. The pilot then makes a round trip over Kathmandu valley for bird-eye view sightseeing. As the helicopter progresses, you'll witness the smoke rising from the local house chimneys. These communities throughout the flight path give a touch of rustic feel to the tour. If the weather for the day is good, you'll even see Everest on the horizon as you head to Namche. The helicopter and aeroplane landing approach to the Lukla airstrip will shiver you. Lukla airport is one of the world's most hard-to-land because of its steep and narrow geology. The helicopter first lands at Lukla for refuelling and some flight briefings. In the meantime, you can stroll around for sightseeing. The helicopter will take wing over the beautiful settlement and farm of Namche Bazar. You will see Tengboche Monastery as you fly over to Pheriche. The main reason for stopping at Pheriche is because of helicopter regulations. From Pheriche to Kala Patthar, the helicopter can only carry at most three people. As the flight from Kathmandu takes passengers up to five, you'll have to wait for the next round of helicopter pickup here. The Dudh Koshi River, Pangboche, Orsho village are the perfect viewing of this low fly-out to Kala Patthar from Pheriche.As you fly out past the Pheriche, you'll start seeing the large ice blocks and crust rocks all over the terrain. The helicopter glides at a low altitude so that you can witness every great detail around. From this point in the sky, you will see Lobuche in front, Pumori just to the right of Lobuche, and Cho Oyu to the left. On the base of Cho Oyu, you'll see a lake, Chola Tsho.On a clear day, you'll view the giant ridge-line to China standing tall in front. Three prominent mountains, Mt. Xi Lingehain, Mt. Lingtren, and Mt. Khombu Tse, are the towers of the ridge. As you progress further, you'll see Mt. Changtse and Lobuche glacier, which extends for a breathtaking 12 km in length and 40 metres deep. Once the helicopter reaches Kala Patthar, on landing, it makes a complete 360 turn so that you can catch the bird's eye view of Mt. Everest, Lhotse, and Nuptse.What would be the reaction of your friends and family as you publish your photo standing close to Everest? Without a doubt, they would be jealous of your heavenly Everest helicopter tour for sure. To make the trip even more memorable, you'll get a ground camera crew for stunning photographs and videos. There will be a 15-minute short window of stopping at the helipad at Kala Patthar for sightseeing. The helicopter to EBC then flies over Khumbu icefall and close to Camp 1, from where the pilot will give you the navigation of Camp 2 and Camp 3 of the Everest expedition. As you witness its colossal structure from above, you'll realise how hard it is to climb Everest and reach the summit. The massive ice structure of Khumbu icefall for climbers is the most cumbersome part of the Everest expedition. You might feel sad as you see the parts of mountains devoid of snow because of climate change. It is upon us to control climate change to prevent the loss of snow on these beautiful mountains. Nature is our home, and we must protect it.