Free Helicopter Tour to Everest Base Camp

  • Apr 14, 2024
  • Rajesh Thapaliya

Wow, a free flight tour to Everest Base Camp! It is a terrific offer for you in Nepal. The Everest Base Camp Heli Tour is a luxurious flight that takes you to the bottom of the world’s tallest mountain within a few hours from Kathmandu.

Only a lucky person can get this opportunity to experience a Free Helicopter Tour to Everest Base Camp, so be that lucky person by contacting us today. Seeing the massive Himalayas from a Helicopter Flight and reaching Base Camp for free can be an unbelievable experience. Is it true? Of course! It is. So do not miss this great offer.

Everest base camp helicopter tour
Helicopter above Pheriche valley

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Everest Base Camp Helicopter flights furnish unreal aerial views of dazzling mountains, landscapes, greenery, local settlements, valleys, religious monuments, and more. So, join us for a free Helicopter Tour to Everest Base Camp to experience these attractions.

Everest Base Camp Helicopter Landing Tour lands at several places on the high Himalayan lands after taking off from the Kathmandu airport. That is why it is also known as the Helicopter Tour with Landing.

Five passengers can fly from Kathmandu to Pheriche, where it divides into two different shuttles. Two passengers drop off here for breakfast, and three travelers fly over the base camp, see the Everest Massif, and land back in Pheriche. Now, the same activities are available for those who dropped off earlier here. Finally, fly back to Kathmandu from Pheriche with great Himalayan memories.

This Helicopter Tour is perfect for people who do not have enough time for a honeymoon trip or who are physically disabled and can’t trek on the high Himalayan lands but desire to see the massive Himalayas. Also, if you are on a trek in Nepal to the different regions where it is not possible to see Mt. Everest and are interested, a Free Base Camp Helicopter Tour could be the best option.

The Base Camp Helicopter Tour attempts miracle views of the giant Himalayas from a very close angle by flying above the gorgeous Khumbu Glacier. Several long-range big mountains, including Langtang, Ganesh Himal, Gaurishankar, Tibetan mountains, and more, can be seen, including the famous Everest Himalayas from the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Flight.

Free Helicopter Tour Highlights

Everest base camp helicopter tour
View from Everest view hotel

  • Exiting a helicopter flight from Kathmandu to the base camp of the world’s highest mountain with phenomenal views of the impressive Himalayas
  • An aerial view of green forests, the edges of the hills, attractive landscapes, traditional villages, religious monuments, and more
  • Reaching very close to the world’s tallest mountain, Everest, without any panic or physical or psychological stress
  • Marvelous flight to the lap of Mt. Everest with flying over the Khumbu glacier
  • Numerous landings in the high Himalayan lands for refreshing with Khumbu nature, taking some beautiful shots in-camera, and having a delicious breakfast
  • Encounter the mountain legend people, the Sherpa, and learn about their lifestyle, religion, and culture.

Free Base Camp Helicopter Tour Departures

We have set the daily departure dates for the Everest Base Camp Helicopter landing Tour. The fixed departure dates are for people looking for a group to join. You can also book a private departure if you have a group of five people.

Several airline companies are operating scenic Everest Base Camp helicopter flights with landings in Kathmandu. The flight tours are mainly managed in the morning every day in clear weather.

What to Wear and What to Take on a Heli Tour

You will land in the highlands like Lukla, Syangboche/Pheriche, and Kalapatthar, then get off the helicopter to capture beautiful shots with your camera. The places you land have cold temperatures, so wearing warm clothes is highly recommended.

Windproof trousers, a fleece jacket, a down jacket, a winter hat, and a pair of warm, windproof gloves are recommended for the tour. Comfortable sports shoes with warm socks are crucial for a free Everest helicopter tour.

Besides bodywear, sunglasses and sun lotion are essential for a Free Helicopter Tour with landing. And do not forget to take a camera with you. You can also take a GoPro if you have to make a stunning video.

Note: Take some Nepalese rupees that you need to pay for breakfast and hot drinks on the mountain. And do not take the things banned for the flight, like a knife, matches, lighter, scissors, metal water bottles, etc.

Free Helicopter Tour Route

Private transportation picks you up from your hotel and then transfers you to the international airport to board a scenic Helicopter Flight Tour. Then the flight takes off for Lukla from Kathmandu. After flying for around 45–50 minutes, it lands in Lukla for refueling for another 10–15 minutes.

The Helicopter then flies to Syangboche, the Everest View Hotel, or Pheriche for the second landing after the first break in Lukla. You will fly above some beautiful Sherpa villages like Phakding, Monjo, Namche, Tengboche, and Pangboche, following the Bhotekosi and Dudhkoshi River valleys. After Syangboche/Pheriche, a single tour group of five people divides into different shuttles.

The first shuttle with three passengers towards Kalapatthar lands here. Here, you have a fantastic time capturing the stunning Himalayas on your camera. You will not spend long here because of the high altitude and cold temperature. It is not recommended to stay longer at higher elevations, especially if you visit directly from a lower region.

Now, you will fly back to Pheriche, flying above the base camp and Khumbu glacier. The second group that was dropped off on the way up does the same as you, and you enjoy the breakfast and hot drinks until the time for the second group arrives. Now, all five people fly back to Kathmandu together using the same air route you followed before, with a mesmerizing Helicopter Tour experience.

The Best Time for an Everest Helicopter Tour

Unstable weather can occur in the high Himalayan region. The Everest Region may also have the same So, it is hard to say when the best time is to fly to Everest Base Camp. The weather conditions, changes in the air, and clouds can affect the flight and landing.

October, November, and December in the autumn and March to May in the Spring are highly recommended for the Everest Base Camp Heli Tour. These months provide the best visibility with the predicted weather conditions. The mountains are crystal-shiny with the clear sky during these months. There will be significantly fewer chances of rainfall and sudden weather changes during the recommended seasons. So, You will have a splendid view of the long-ranged, gigantic Himalayas, including the world’s highest mountain, Everest. But if there were some unusual climate actions in the neighboring countries of Nepal, it may affect the Nepalese weather and sometimes cause unexpected changes.

Somehow, the winter months are not bad for the free helicopter tour, but do not think about taking a flight to Everest Base Camp during the summer. There might be some pleasant and clear days during the rainy season, but they can change very quickly.

The Everest Base Camp Heli Tour can be delayed or canceled because of uncertain weather conditions. The weather has to be clear and balanced, with no solid wind, to board the flight to the EBC.

Helicopter Tour to Other Regions

Like this Helicopter Tour, you also have other regions for a scenic helicopter tour. Some Helicopter Tours also take you to religious places where pilgrims can view stunning mountain ranges, landscapes, and more.

Gosaikunda Heli Tour in Nepal flies for religious purposes and to see beautiful nature, including the massive Himalayas. It is a short-distance flight Tour from Kathmandu and cheaper than the Everest Helicopter Tour.

The Gosaikunda Helicopter Tour begins from Kathmandu Airport. The Everest Helicopter Tour flies east, but the Gosaikunda trip leaves north. Gosaikunda is a sacred place for Hindus and Buddhists, with numerous tranquil holy lakes. You will have great views of Langtang, Ganesh Himal, Manaslu, Annapurna, and Tibetan massifs with attractive landscapes, green hills, valleys, and traditional settlements.

Besides the Gosaikunda and Everest Base Camp Helicopter flights, you may also fly over the Annapurna region. Several scenic Helicopter Tours to the Annapurna Base Camp, Mardi Himal, and Muktinath operate from Kathmandu. The Annapurna Region Helicopter Tour remains close to the beautiful lake city of Pokhara, so you may have an opportunity to explore Pokhara if you take the Annapurna Region Helicopter Tour package.

How to Get a Free Flight and Tour Ticket

The Base Camp Helicopter Tour is the most expensive day tour in Nepal. It is a luxury and memorable tour that takes you to the lap of the world’s highest mountain within a few hours from Kathmandu. So, it could be an intense moment for you if you get this scenic tour for free.

If you have a group of five people for a private trip, You may pay 1400 USD per person for only four people. Then, get a Free Ticket for the Base Camp Helicopter Tour.

We can also offer a special discount for the Helicopter Tour booking with us if you have more than one person during the reservation time.

Getting a free helicopter tour is, of course, a golden opportunity for you. The bout may not wait, so don’t miss it and plan the free Helicopter Tour now.

Rajesh Thapaliya

Rajesh Thapaliya

Namaste! I am Rajesh, a Nepal travel blogger who provides Nepal travel tips to travellers who are planning to visit Nepal and know about Nepal.

I am a tourism service provider in Nepal So far, I have been to the Nepalese Himalayan base camps as a tour leader and collected lots of information about the Nepalese Himalayas. You can find my experiences in my travel blogs, so it may make it a lot easier for you to travel to Nepal.

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