Everest Base Camp Trek and Fly Back by Helicopter is the shortest EBC trek that provides the overall experience and an assured safe return. You can experience and see the base and trail in a different angle going back as you did going towards. Your aerial view on your way back to Kathmandu provides a whole new experience that most trekkers do not get to experience themselves.
The peak of Mount Everest is dauntingly high that even trekking its base camp proves to be challenging, but absolutely worth it. More than a mere mountain, trekking its base is a journey of a lifetime. Those who have experienced it say that every step leads you closer to heaven.
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The Everest base camp soars at 17,590 feet and boasts some of the world’s most breath taking sceneries. Every angle and bend of the trail shows the beauty of nature that not all people get to see in their entire lifetime. From the beautiful forests, glacial moraines, unique Sherpa villages, and gorgeous foothills, this adventure is a must for trekkers.
Some trekkers do not have the time or the physical capacity to trek to and from the Everest Base Camp. Since it is a challenging trek, some people prefer to take a helicopter back. Everest Base Camp Helicopter Trek provides this option to trekkers who prefer to plan their trip this way.
This is definitely a dream destination for thrill seekers and adventure lovers. However, not everyone has the time to finish the entire trek. Everest Base Camp Trek and Fly Back by Helicopter is a 11-Day tour that allows you to experience the whole trek going to the Everest Base Camp, but return on helicopter.
Historical and Spiritual Adventure
You will also witness the rich history of the Himalayas – from the treasures of Kathmandu to the villages, unique location, and culture of the Sherpas. You can also walk through the trails lined with mani stones with Tibetan Buddhist payers engraved on the surface. This adventure also allows you to discover remote mountain monasteries like you have never seen before. You also get to learn about the Sherpas’ spiritual perspective on their home – the splendid mountains of the Himalayas.