Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return is a perfect combination of an adventure experience to Everest and an enjoyable luxurious Heli ride in the heart of Khumbu Himalaya. Trekkers who have been dreaming of visiting Base Camp of Top of the World “Mt. Everest (8,848.86 m)” for a long time, but do not have enough time to hike!! We are here to give you access all the way to Everest Base Camp during your short amount of time and make your dream true real. Only you need to be passionate to do it and physically fit.
Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return start from Lukla, after a scenic short regular flight from the capital city Kathmandu. Then start to walk to the dream destination following the Dudhakoshi River bank across several suspension bridges, and Buddhist wall paintings, and through the Sherpa settlement; Phakding, Manjo. Now you are entering the Sagarmatha National Park; ascend the cool temperate vegetation zone to subalpine vegetation with the sight of mountains scenery and amazing landscape before getting to Namche Bazaar. Every Saturday market at Namche recalls ancient trading transit points between Tibet and Nepal. The panoramic view includes Mt. Everest (8,848.86m) and other mountains Kwangde (6,168m), Tawache (6,542m), Nuptse (7,861m), Lhotse (8,516m), Amadablam (6,812m), Kangtega ( 6,782m), Thamserku (6,623m), Kusumkangaru (6,367m) can be seen from Namche, Syngbuche and Khumjung village and Everest View Hotel is an outstanding viewpoint for thrilling scenery. Tengboche is the best place to stay, where the huge Buddhist monastery and pointed view of Amadablam lured the trekkers.
The Everest Base Camp Trek Return by Helicopter goes inside the Sagarmatha National Park with a subalpine jungle, where can see Himalayan Goats (Jharal/Thar), and the endangered species Musk Deer can be encountered while walking. This is the inhabitant of Snow Leopard and the playground of the mysterious creature Yeti. People of Khumbu are practicing Bonpo Buddhism, following traditional faith and beliefs to protect culture from influence from outside culture. As a unique culture of the Sherpa people, there is some evidence of a polyandry marriage system at Upper Pangbuche and other villages. Finally, by enjoying with mountains scenery and playing in the lap of beautiful nature you will get to your dream place “Mt. Everest Base Camp (5,360m)” via Dingboche, Lobuche, and Gorak Shep. Khumbu Glacier, Icefall, Lakes, Glacial moraine, and surrounding peaks including the Top of the World “Mt. Everest” make your dream true.
After spending some time observing the base camp, you will return back to Gorakshep for the wonderful Helicopter flight to Lukla reminding your footprint from an aerial view. This trip is trying to give a unique experience for mountain lovers, then a regular trekking route to Everest Base Camp adding an exciting Heli tour and regular airplane flight to Kathmandu. There are several side trips from different places like Dingboche to Chhukung, Island Peak, and Nagkar Tshang Peak (5,615m), and visit Gorak Shep to the most popular viewpoint Kalapathar (5,555m). EBC Trekking fly back by Helicopter puts your energy into an unforgettable experience in your lifetime. This trip is suitable for married couples for their Honeymoon celebration at the highest place in the world. We at Nepal Mother House are glad to organize your Everest Base Camp Trek and Fly Back by Helicopter according to your schedule and requirements by expert local Sherpa Guides and porters. Why not join us for your remarkable journey to the roof of the world then?
What is the Difficulty Level of Everest Base Camp Helicopter Trek?
Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return difficulty level can be different depending on various factors, such as your physical fitness, altitude acclimatization, following days' weather conditions, and your previous trekking experience. Normally, the Everest Base Camp Trek Helicopter Return is known as a less physically challenging trek compared to the traditional Everest Base Camp trek, which spends the maximum time at higher altitudes. The difficulty level of this trek is considered moderate difficulty level; one needs to walk 4 to 5 hours every day above the three thousand meters elevation most of the day.
Altitude Sickness Awareness on Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return
Normally, the Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return starts flying from the capital city Kathmandu to Lukla, a gateway to the top of the world at Everest region, and then walks through the most popular Sherpa villages, including Namche Bazaar, Tengboche Monastery, Dingbuche, and Everest Base Camp itself. This is the most significant trek visit in the lap of the roof of the world in a short time; however, the High altitude challenges come along with.
Nevertheless, you are flown back by Helicopter from Everest Base camp; still, you need to trek at high altitudes above 3,000 meters, where altitude sickness can become a concern at any time. So, you need to be well acclimatizing your body before getting to your destination and must be a gradual ascent, taking rest and staying hydrated to minimize the risk of altitude issues. It is advised to consult with a doctor before starting on any high-altitude trek, including the EBC Helicopter Trek, particularly if you have pre-existing health conditions.
If you're not sure about your health and fitness level to match the difficulty level of the trek that you have been planning, you need to be consulting with a reputable trekking company in Nepal that will provide guidance and support for a safe and enjoyable journey.
How to get yourself ready for Everest Base Camp Helicopter Trek?
EBC helicopter trek is generally considered to be of moderate difficulty level trek; however, it is essential to be well prepared physically and mentally. Do regular exercise and cardiovascular training that help improve your fitness level and make the trek more enjoyable. For this, do Yoga, gem, jugging every day and do hiking every weekend. Furthermore, be mentally prepared for changing weather conditions, basic accommodations, and food during the trek in the high altitude.
If you do not have previous trekking experience, it might be helpful to participate in some warm-up hikes in your hometown or be involvedhttps://www.nepalmotherhousetreks.com/everest-base-camp-trek-by-road in regular aerobic workouts to build your stamina before Everest Base Camp Trek Return By Helicopter.
Likewise, make sure that your passport is valid for more than six months and check your physical health with your doctor. Prepare warm enough trekking gear including the comfort trekking boats, sleeping bags, down jackets, and hiking bags.
Some Tips for a Safe Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return
This is a lifetime experience Everest Base Camp Trek And Return Back By Helicopter, although it's important to prioritize safety every time due to the adventure journey in the high Elevation. You must have proper meals every day, enough sleep, keep your body dehydrated, avoid smoking and alcoholic drinks, and make sure you have the right equipment. Likewise, it is highly recommended to put in extra days to get back to Kathmandu if in case the Lukla to Kathmandu flight is delayed due to weather. Tips for Everest Base Camp Trek will be helpful for you to complete the trek without difficulties.
Likewise, if this trip is not suitable for you then, we will design a 14-day Everest Base Camp Trek by Road without a Lukla flight, This will save you a huge amount of money and help you to complete the journey successfully.