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Everest Base Camp Heli Return Trek - 9 Days

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  • Duration 9 Days
  • Trip Grade Moderate
  • Trip Destination Everest Base Camp
  • Starts at Kathmandu
  • Ends at Kathmandu
  • Max. Altitude 5564m
  • Trip Type Trek and Helicopter Return
  • Transport Private Car and Helicopter
  • Accommodation Tea House, Hotel

Everest base camp trek and helicopter return is specially designed for travelers who want to enjoy full experience of trekking journey to base camp of World Tallest Mountain, Mt. Everest. We take a regular flight from Kathmandu to Lukla and start the trekking to Phakding. The one way trek up to Gorakshep and hiking to Everest base camp is its main itinerary. Once you finish the trekking part, next day you will be pick up by our Helicopter and brings you directly to Kathmandu. 

It is Also Known as "Everest ly Out Trek". Everest fly out trek gives once-in-a-lifetime experience for adventurous travelers who want to explore the beauty of the Himalayas in efficient way. Trek to Base Camp and return back in Helicopter Flight is one way hike to an adventurous hiking to base camp of Everest and returning back via a helicopter ride. 

Everest base camp helicopter return trek offers stunning views of the Himalayan landscape, glaciers, and peaks, including Mount Everest. It starts with a flight to Lukla 30 min from Kathmandu, followed by 8 days of hiking to reach Everest base camp.

On the 9th day, early morning hike to Kala pathar for panoramic sunrise view of Mt. Everest. It takes around 2-3 hours to hike Kala patthar. It is considered to be one of the most exciting parts of the trek. 

After enjoying the sunrise, you'll return to Gorak shep for breakfast and to pack up. From there, you'll board a helicopter for the flight back to Kathmandu. Trekking to base camp and return by helicopter give you a perfect for the uphill trek with breathtaking aerial views of the Himalayan range and saves time compared to the lengthy return trek.

Everest fly out trek is combo package of Trek to Everest base camp and Return back by helicopter, best suited adventurous activity in Nepal. It gives an opportunity to explore beauty of Himalayas and experience thrill of high-altitude trekking in limited time frame. It can be doable by all kind of trekkers and travellers. Incase of emergency we have stand by helicopter ready to pick up at any point. Due to these reason Everest base camp trek with helicopter return is geeting so much popularity day by day.  

Highlight of Everest Base Camp Trek and Return by Helicopter 

  • Views of snow-capped peaks: Everest Fly Out trek provides breathtaking views most iconic peaks in the world, including Mount Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, and Ama Dablam.
  • Cultural experience: The trek passes through traditional Sherpa villages, giving trekkers an opportunity to immerse themselves in the local culture and learn about the daily lives of the people who call these mountains home.
  • Adventure and challenge: Trek involves several days of hiking at high altitudes, providing a physical and mental challenge for adventurers.
  • Scenic flight to Lukla: Starting point of the trek, Lukla, is reached via a scenic flight from Kathmandu, offering views of the stunning Himalayan landscape.
  • Visit to Sagarmatha National Park: Explore Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, known for its unique high-altitude flora and fauna.

Difficulty Level of Everest Base Camp Trek and Return by Helicopter  

The difficulty level of the trek to Everest base camp and return back by helicopter can vary depending on various factors such as physical fitness, altitude acclimatization, and weather conditions. However, on average, the trek is considered strenuous and requires a Modrate level of fitness. 

As highest point of the trek, Gorakshep, is at an altitude of 5,184 meters (17,000 feet), and trekkers may experience symptoms of altitude sickness such as headache, dizziness, and shortness of breath. 

However, Everest trek with helicopter return back is not so difficult with proper acclimatation and preparation, the trek can be a rewarding and unforgettable experience.

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  • Duration45 min Flight and 3-4 hr Hike
  • Highest Altitude2,610m
  • AccommodationTea House

Lukla Airport, also known as Tenzing-Hillary Airport, is a small airport located in the Solu-Khumbu region of Nepal. It is one of the main gateways for trekkers and climbers heading to the Mount Everest region.

Trekking begins with a descent from the Lukla airport and then crosses the suspension bridge over the Dudh Koshi River. As you walk, you'll be surrounded by the beautiful landscapes of the Himalayas, including rolling hills and lush forests.

You'll pass through several small Sherpa villages, where you can learn about the local culture and traditions. The trail is well-trodden and easy to follow, so you won't need to worry about getting lost.

As you get closer to Phakding, the trail becomes more flat and follows the river. The view of the surrounding peaks and the sound of the river will be a soothing background to your walk.

Once we reach Phakding, you can relax and enjoy a well-deserved dinner before retiring for the night. The peaceful and tranquil environment, combined with the comforts of a cozy Tea house, will provide a great start to your journey to Everest Base Camp. 

  • Duration5-6 hr
  • Highest Altitude3,440m
  • AccommodationTea House

Phakding is an important part of the trekking experience in the Everest region. It offering trekkers a chance to know about the local culture, meet new people, and enjoy the stunning mountain scenery.

Trekking trail on day 2 takes you from Phakding to Namche Bazaar and covers a distance of approximately 11 km, with a total elevation gain of 784m. Trek can take anywhere from 5-6 hours, depending on your pace and the time you take for rest stops.

After a good breakfast at Phakding, you'll start your trek along the Dudh Koshi River. The trail passes through several small Sherpa villages and across several suspension bridges over the river. You'll also see waterfalls and other natural sights along the way.

From Namche Bazaar you are able to see the high peaks of the Khumbu region, including Mount Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, and others. The view from Namche Bazaar, with its dramatic mountain backdrop, is truly breathtaking.

  • Highest Altitude3,440m
  • AccommodationTea House

It's important to take a day to acclimatise during high altitude treks which allow your body to adjust to the higher altitude.

During the acclimatisation day in Namche Bazaar, there are several options for activities:

You can Hike up to the Everest View Hotel, from there you are able to encounter ther different angle of Himlayas like Amadablam Everest or to the nearby Khumjung Village for panoramic views of the surrounding peaks. 

You can visit the Sherpa Museum to learn about the history and culture of the Sherpa people, who are known for their mountaineering skills and have made significant contributions to the climbing community.

Explore Namche Bazaar, the largest town in the Khumbu region and a hub for trekkers and climbers. 

Namche is famous for its vibrant local markets, where you can find souvenirs, clothing, and equipment for your trek. Take a rest day to relax and recover from the physical exertion of the previous days.

  • Duration5-6 hr
  • Highest Altitude3,870m
  • AccommodationTea House

Namche Bazaar to Tengboche covers a distance of approximately 12 km and takes around 5-6 hours of trekking duration. Trail passes through several small villages and offers stunning views of the Himalayas including Ama Dablam, Thamserku, and Kantega.

From Namche Bazaar, the trekking route is steeper and more strenuous. However, the stunning mountain scenery and the opportunity to see local wildlife, like yaks and Himalayan tahrs, will make the effort well worth it.

Passing by Tengboche Monastery which is one of the largest and most important monasteries in the Khumbu region. You'll get an opportunity to know more about the traditions of the Sherpa people, and their lifestyle.

Once we reach Tengboche, you can check into a regular teahouse and stay overnight. Peaceful and tranquil environment, combined with the stunning views of the surrounding himalayas, will provide a great end to a day of trekking.

  • Duration5-6 hr
  • Highest Altitude4,410m
  • AccommodationTea House

On day 5th From Tengboche to Dingboche is approximately 11 km and takes around 5-6 hours of trekking time. The trail offers incredible views of the surrounding peaks, including Ama Dablam, Thamserku, and Kantega.

As you leave Tengboche, the trail becomes steeper and more strenuous, but the stunning mountain scenery and the opportunity to see local wildlife, such as yaks and Himalayan tahrs, will make the effort well worth it.

You'll also pass by several small villages, where you can see the local way of life and interact with the friendly and hospitable Sherpa people.

    During the acclimatization day in Dingboche, there are several options for activities:

    Hike up to Nagarjun Hill for panoramic views of the surrounding peaks, including Ama Dablam, Makalu, and Lhotse.

    You can Visit a local farm or a nearby village to learn about the traditional agricultural practices of the Sherpa people and their way of life.

    Take a rest day to relax and recover from the physical exertion of the previous days.

    • Duration6-7hr
    • Highest Altitude4,910m
    • AccommodationTea House

    After full day acclimation we are going to continue our journey from Dingboche to Lobuche which is approximately 13 km and takes around 6-7 hours of trekking time. 

    Trekking trail offers stunning views of the surrounding peaks, including Pumori, Cholatse, and Taboche.

    You'll also pass by several memorials dedicated to climbers and sherpas who have lost their lives on Everest, providing a sombre reminder of the dangers and difficulties of high-altitude climbing.

    Once we reach Lobuche you are able to check in your tea house, and have a wonderful  dinner.

    This is the semi final day to reach Everest base camp, we are so close to everest. Once we finish our dinner our guide will brief you about Everest base camp, Gorak shep and the detailed plan for our most awaited Day.

    • Duration2-3hr
    • Highest Altitude5,364m
    • AccommodationTea House

    UnLike previous day of the hike, this day is special and challenging as well. Get ready for the Hike to Everest base camp. Today we'll hike from Lobuche to Gorak shep which covers a distance of approximately 5 km and takes around 2-3 hours of trekking time. From Gorakshep, it's a further 4 km and 2-3 hour hike to reach Everest Base Camp. Before that we'll have lunch upon reaching Gorakshep.

    Once we finish, We'll continue our hike towards Everest base camp. Hiking trail is relatively flat and easy, with stunning views of the Khumbu Glacier and the surrounding peaks, including Pumori, Lingtren, and Khumbutse.

    At Everest Base Camp, you'll have the chance to see the campsite where climbers prepare for their ascent of the world's highest mountain. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to experience the thrill of standing at the foot of one of the world's greatest peaks.

    After visiting Everest Base Camp, we'll return to Gorak shep for the night. This will be one of the highlights of the trek, and a memory that will last a lifetime.

    • Duration2-3hr, 2 hr Heli flight to Kathmandu
    • Highest Altitude5,550m
    • AccommodationTea House

    Early in the morning, we have to hike on a challenging but rewarding hike to best viewpoint of Mt. Everest which is Kala Patthar. It is a popular hiking destination for trekkers and climbers because of its stunning sunrise views of Khumbu Region, including Best view of Mount Everest. 

    It takes around 2-3 hours to hike Kala patthar, and It is considered to be one of the most exciting parts of the trek.

    After enjoying the sunrise, you'll return to Gorak shep for breakfast and to pack up. From there, you'll board a helicopter for the flight back to Kathmandu, marking the end of your epic hike to the Everest Base Camp.

    Once you arrive back in Kathmandu Domestic Terminal, you'll drop you to the hotel. Your memories of the trek and the stunning scenery will last a lifetime.

    Our team guides, porters and accompanying staff are locals with a broad knowledge about each and every location that we travel through.

    What's Included

    • Sagarmatha National Park Permit (Everest Permit) and Trekkers' Information Management Systems Card (TIMS)
    • Airport pickup upon arrival and drop up to International for final Departure.
    • Airport pickup and drop up to Domestic terminal and hotel during start and end of Trek.
    • Local Government Entry Permit of Rs 2000 (started in 2018)
    • Lukla Flight Ticket from Kathmandu and Helicopter from Gorak Shep or Kala Patthar.
    • Food Full Board: Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner.
    • Sharing accommodation in local tea houses/lodges.
    • Farewell Dinner in Kathmandu.
    • English-speaking Licensed Sherpa guide.
    • Trekking Local Sherpa for carrying your luggage 1 Porter for 2 Guests.
    • First-aid kit box carried by our guide.
    • Food, accommodation, and Insurance of our guide.

    What's Excluded

    • International flight tickets to Nepal and return back
    • Nepal entry visa fees
    • Food and extra nights of Hotel in Kathmandu
    • Any kinds of drinks (tea, coffee, hot water, etc) and alcoholic beverages during the Everest trek
    • Extra facilities during trek like hot shower, electronic battery recharges, wifi.
    • Charges of extra baggage and personal expenses like laundry, shopping, etc.
    • Tips and gratitude to the guides, drivers, porters, etc.
    • Travel Insurance: It must be covered in both medical & emergency evacuation with a worth of USD 100,000 minimum.
    • Extra night accommodation or meals in Kathmandu.
    • All the other expenses not mentioned in the cost include a list.
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    Planning and preparation for Everest Heli Return Trek

    Here are some of the few tips to plan and prepare for Everest base camp helicopter return trek:

    • Do some research and familiarise yourself with the trek's itinerary and any possible dangers.
    • Get in shape by going on frequent hikes. You will benefit from this while you adjust to the high altitude.
    • Pack the clothing, equipment, and gear you'll need. A warm jacket, gloves, a hat, sunscreen, sunglasses, a headlamp, a first-aid kit, a water bottle, and cozy hiking boots are among these items.
    • Consider purchasing travel and health insurance before the trek.
    • Make sure you have all the required visas and travel papers on hand.
    • Plan and book your accommodation, transportation, and meals in advance.
    • Make sure you have enough money to cover the trek and any unexpected costs you might have.
    • In order to interact with locals, study as much as you can about the culture and traditions of the place.
    • Consult a doctor to make sure you don't have any medical conditions that high altitude might make worse.
    • To aid you on the trek, think about hiring a guide or a porter.
    • Finally, to get the most out of your Everest Base Camp helicopter return trek, be sure you bring patience, a sense of adventure, and a cheerful mindset.

    Best time to visit the Everest Base Camp

    The best time for trek to Everest base camp and return back by helicopter is from September to November and March to May.

    During these months, the weather is stable and offers clear views of the stunning mountain landscapes. The skies are clear and visibility is excellent, making it the best time to take a helicopter tour. The temperatures are also comfortable, making the trek easier and more enjoyable.

    Try to avoid the monsoon season (June to August) as the chance of heavy rainfall and strong winds is high which makes the journey dangerous. The winter months (December to February) can also be challenging as temperatures drop below freezing and the routes become icy and slippery.

    Experience and Route of Everest base camp helicopter return trek

    Everest Base Camp Helicopter Return Trek is one of the most exciting and memorable experiences in the world of trekking and tour. The trek offers a unique opportunity to witness the breathtaking views of the majestic Mount Everest and other peaks of the Himalayas.

    The trek begins with a helicopter ride from Kathmandu to Lukla, which takes about 45 minutes. From Lukla, the trek continues on foot, passing through traditional Sherpa villages, lush green forests, and remote mountain trails. The trekkers get to interact with the local communities, learn about their culture, and experience their way of life.

    The trek leads to Everest Base Camp, located at an altitude of 5,364 meters. Here, trekkers get a chance to experience the awe-inspiring views of the highest mountain in the world and the surrounding peaks.

    The trekkers take a helicopter back to Kathmandu from Gorakshep, offering a bird's eye view of the stunning Himalayas. The experience is truly unforgettable and provides a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to explore the beauty and majesty of the mountains.

    Everest Base Camp Helicopter Return Trek is an excellent choice for those who are looking for a shorter, yet thrilling and memorable trekking experience in the Himalayas.

    Views and landscapes along the Everest base camp heli return trek

    Everest Base Camp Helicopter Return Trek offers breathtaking views and landscapes along the way. Here are some of the attractions and landscapes along the trek:

    • The trek starts from Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal, and the valley provides a scenic view of the city’s vibrant culture and history.
    • This is the starting point of the trek, and the scenic flight to Lukla offers a panoramic view of the Himalayan range.
    • The trekking trail passes through the picturesque village of Namche Bazaar, which is surrounded by lush green forests and towering mountains.
    • The trek leads to Tengboche Monastery, which is situated in a stunning location surrounded by snow-capped peaks.
    • The final destination of the trek is Everest Base Camp, where trekkers can witness the stunning views of the towering Mount Everest and its surrounding peaks.
    • On the way to the Everest Base Camp, trekkers can see the Khumbu Glacier, which is one of the largest glaciers in the world.
    • The trek leads to the summit of Kalapatthar, which provides an unparalleled view of Mount Everest and its surroundings.
    • The return flight from Everest Base Camp to Lukla provides a bird's eye view of the stunning landscapes and snow-capped peaks of the Himalayas.
    • Everest Helicopter Return Trek offers a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to witness some of the most stunning views and landscapes in the world.

    Accommodation and food during the trek to base camp and return by helicopter

    • Accommodation during Everest Helicopter Return Trek is usually provided in basic teahouses or lodges. These lodges provide simple and comfortable rooms with twin beds and basic amenities. While on the trek, you will spend each night in a different lodge and will be able to experience the local culture and hospitality of the communities that you will encounter.
    • The food provided during the trek is a mixture of Nepalese and international cuisine. The teahouses serve traditional Nepalese dishes such as daal bhat, noodles, and potatoes, as well as pizza, pasta, and other Western dishes. The quality of the food may vary from place to place, but the teahouses do their best to provide good, healthy meals to keep you nourished throughout the trek. You can also purchase snacks and drinks along the way.
    • The lodges also offer hot drinks such as tea, coffee, and cocoa, which can be very welcoming on the cold days of the trek. The tea houses provide hot water bottles for each bed, making it easier for you to sleep comfortably during the chilly mountain nights.
    • The accommodation and food during the Everest Base Camp Heli Return Trek are simple but comfortable and provide a unique cultural experience. The focus is on providing basic necessities to support the physical demands of the trek and to ensure that trekkers have a comfortable stay.

    Packing lists and equipment for Everest Heli Return trek

    Prepare your packing lists for Everest heli return trek according to your requirements and weather condition. Here are some of the basic gear required for the Everest heli return trek:

    • Warm clothing: A warm and waterproof jacket, insulated pants, gloves, hat, and scarf are necessary to keep you warm and dry in harsh weather conditions.
    • Backpack: A high-quality backpack with ample space to carry all your essentials, water, food, and other personal items.
    • Hiking boots: A sturdy pair of hiking boots with good grip and support to navigate rocky terrain and slippery slopes.
    • Sleeping bag: A warm and comfortable sleeping bag is essential for a good night's sleep in cold temperatures at high altitudes.
    • Tent: A tent that is designed for high-altitude camping and can withstand strong winds and heavy snowfall.
    • Headlamp: A headlamp is essential for navigating in the dark, both in and out of the tent.
    • Water bottles: At least two water bottles are necessary to stay hydrated while trekking.
    • Sunscreen: Sunscreen protects your skin from harsh UV rays at high altitudes.
    • Sunglasses: Sunglasses protect your eyes from glare and harmful UV rays.
    • First aid kit: A small first aid kit with basic essentials like pain relief tablets, bandages, antiseptic wipes, and other essentials.
    • Trekking poles: Trekking poles can be very useful for balance and support on rocky and steep trails.
    • Portable charger: A portable charger for your phone or camera to ensure that you don't run out of battery during the trek.

    Additional documents and items for Everest heli return trek

    • Passport (valid for at least 6 months)
    • Travel insurance with helicopter evacuation coverage
    • Two passport-sized photos
    • A copy of your flight itinerary
    • A letter of recommendation from your doctor if you have a pre-existing medical condition
    • A completed medical form for altitude sickness
    • Proof of payment for the trek
    • Permits for the trek such as TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) card and Sagarmatha National Park permit
    • Emergency contact information
    • A valid visa for Nepal
    • Travel documents such as a passport, visa, and travel insurance.
    • Cash for personal expenses, tips, and emergency situations.
    • A first-aid kit and personal medications if required.​​

    Safety and Precaution for Everest helicopter return trek

    The safety and precautions for an Everest Base Camp Helicopter Return Trek are as follows:

    • It's important to be in good physical health and condition before attempting this trek. The high altitude, cold temperatures, and long walks can take a toll on your body.
    • Altitude sickness is a common issue at high elevations, and it's important to acclimatize properly to prevent it.
    • Drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration and altitude sickness.
    • Wear appropriate clothing that can protect you from the cold, wind, and rain. Layers of clothing are recommended, including thermal underwear, a fleece jacket, and a waterproof jacket.
    • Carry a first aid kit with you and make sure you have essential medicines such as pain relievers, antibiotics, and altitude sickness pills.
    • Eat a balanced diet and carry enough food and snacks for the entire trip.
    • Invest in good quality trekking gear, such as a backpack, sleeping bag, and trekking poles, to ensure a comfortable and safe journey.
    • Make sure you have adequate travel insurance that covers medical expenses, helicopter evacuation, and trip cancellation.
    • The Everest region is home to many local communities, and it's important to respect their culture and traditions. Do not litter or harm the environment, and always follow the rules set by local authorities.
    • A local guide can provide valuable information on the trail, local culture, and safety, and it's important to follow their guidance at all times.
    • By following these precautions and guidelines, you can have a safe and enjoyable trek to the Everest Base Camp and return by helicopter.

    Altitude Sickness during Everest base camp helicopter return trek

    Altitude sickness is a common condition that affects trekkers and climbers who venture above 8,000 feet. During the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Return Trek, the altitude can reach up to 17,000 feet, making it imperative for trekkers to take preventive measures and be aware of the symptoms of altitude sickness.

    Symptoms of altitude sickness include headache, dizziness, nausea, fatigue, loss of appetite, and shortness of breath. In severe cases, it can lead to confusion, irregular heartbeat, and even death.

    To prevent altitude sickness, it is recommended to drink plenty of water and avoid alcohol and caffeine. It is also important to acclimate slowly and not push your body too hard on the first few days of the trek. If you experience any symptoms, it is crucial to stop ascending and descend to a lower altitude if necessary.

    In case of severe symptoms, it is best to seek medical attention as soon as possible. During the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Return Trek, the helicopter service provides a quick and convenient means of evacuation for those suffering from altitude sickness.

    Altitude sickness can be a serious issue during the Everest Base Camp Helicopter Return Trek, but with proper preventive measures and quick response to symptoms, it can be effectively managed and avoided.

    Frequently Asked Questions
    • Q1. How difficult is Everest Base Camp Helicopter Return trekking?

      On the scale of difficulty levels, this trek is moderate but it also depends on the client's walking and acclimatizing ability. If the clients are physically fit then it won't be difficult to complete this 9-day EBC trek.

    • Anyone with good stamina and a physically fit person can cope with higher elevations and lower oxygen density. So, there is no need for any kind of experience for accomplishing this trek.

    • The best times for this trek are February to mid-June and September to mid-December. During these months, the weather is most favorable and you will also get the perfect view of mountains and surroundings.

    • Yes, permits are required to enter the Conservation areas and National parks which will be arranged by the company. The required permit and paper are Sagarmatha National Park permits and TIMS (Trekkers’ Information Management System) Card.

    • Most trekkers have to walk around 3 to 6 hours a day. but it may vary, depending on the trail's condition and weather situations.

    • Yes, you can trek to Everest base camp and return by helicopter flight either from Kala Patthar, base camp, Gorakshep, Lobuche, Pheriche, or any other places in the Everest region. For that, we operate various helicopter pick up and drop off services, or flyover trips to connect your flight to Kathmandu. Simply, call or message us about the requirements and we will arrange the Everest helicopter flight for you.

    What Our Clients Say
    • J
      Jason PerezUnited States,February 08, 2023

      Everest flyout trek

      Our Everest Heli Return Trek was the best combination of trek and tour. We completed this trek in 9 days. While trekking in the Everest region we enjoyed the natural beauty u close. The view of snocapped Himalyan peak, lush green forest, settlements were beautiful and the view of the top was something different and mesmerizing as well. We really enjoyed our Everest flyout trek and all the credit goes to NTA.

    • M
      Millie PearsonUnited Kingdom,February 05, 2023

      Combined experience of trek and heli tour in Everest heli return trek

      We went on Everest base camp heli return trek which was an amazing combined experience of trek and tour. The hiking days were amazing as we get chance to explore the nature and interact with local and learn about their culture, tradition and lifestyle. At the end of the trek we did a heli ride over EBC and return abc to Kathmandu. The view of mountains and its surroundings from the top were beyond amazing. This is the best Everest heli return trek for those who wants to experience both trek and heli tour in same package.


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