Within nine days trip plan, you'll trek to the Everest Base Camp and then return to Lukla on a helicopter from Gorak Shep after visiting Kala Patthar viewpoint. For those who want to explore over the 8000 meters mighty Himalayas and have less time with extra budget than this is the lifetime experience.
Do outdoor enthusiast daring people to have better answers why the Mount Everest base camp trek is so well known among other world’s best treks? The Everest Base Camp Trek with a return back by helicopter tour starts from Lukla airport after taking a regular flight from Kathmandu. The Trekking Trail up to Everest Base camp will be the same as other classic treks. While trekking up to Everest Base Camp we will have 2 nights extra acclimation places at Namche and Dingboche.
On this trip, we ensure that most of the best viewpoints will be covered such as Kalapatthar, Namche Viewpoint, Chukkung, Tengboche, Pangboche. There are very few viewpoints on this trek where we can see the clear image of iconic Peak, Everest. This trek is not just about the Himalayas but to experience the culture of Sherpa People and their hospitality. Oldest High Mountains Monastery is another highlights of this trek, especially at Tengboche and Pangboche Monastery we can see Monks and chants every morning and evening.
Everest Region or Sagarmatha National Park is also a home of Snow Leopard, Himalayan Goats, Musk Deer, Yaks, and also a Nepali National Bird, Daphne (Himalayan monal). Subalpine jungle, beautiful Rhodendron flowers, Khumbu Glaciers, Icefall, crystal lakes, amazing Landscapes, and the snowy peaks around just makes you feel like you are at the dreaming place.
Many people think and understanding from our client’s family that Trekking to Everest Base Camp is climbing Everest! No, it’s not. Trekking to Everest Base camp is not climbing and it’s not technical work. Because of elevation, thin air, and the climate, it’s quite hard but those who had done it they are never disappointed.
Everest Base Camp Trek with a return back by helicopter tour is a bit costly than a normal trek because we need a charter helicopter. For budget travelers, it might not be affordable but on a group trip, sometimes the price can be adjustable. Many people are loving this trip because while flying back can see all the Khumbu Himalayas which is amazing and doesn’t need to walk the same way back to Lukla.