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Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return

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  • Duration 11 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


  • Secure online booking system with instant confirmation
  • Free Cancellations according to company policy
  • Last-minute booking facility
  • Full packages trip with 3-time meal Meal Plan
  • A professional guide with fluent english 
  • Group Size: Minimum 3 Pax; Maximum 5 Pax (in 1 group)
  • Helicopter fly into Lukla from Kathmandu
  • Beautiful mountain views of hundreds of peaks
  • Explore Everet region from land and air at Best guaranteed price
  • Green vegetation and outstanding forest of pine, oak, and rhododendron
  • Lakes, glaciers, and icefalls
  • Hike to Everest View Hotel and Kala Patthar
  • Helicopter fly out from Gorakshep (Everest base camp) to Lukla

Everest base camp trek with helicopter return is an 11-day trekking trip to the Everest region that offers both trekking and a helicopter ride back to Lukla and a direct flight to Kathmandu. The trek offers a modified itinerary specifically designed for those who prefer to avoid walking downhill on the same trekking route after reaching the base camp. It's a one-way ascending trek to Everest base camp with a helicopter return flight.

Everest heli trek offers a better understanding of the beautiful scenarios in Nepal. These include greenery, exotic flora and fauna, Himalayan local settlements, cultures and values, cascades and hot springs, lakes and rivers, and so on. Especially the outlook of Mount Everest, alongside different snowy mountain peaks and ranges all around, stands out the most.

The Everest base camp trek with heli flyout is an exciting adventure that kicks off with a breathtaking 35-minute flight from Kathmandu to Lukla. This thrilling Heli Return trek takes place during the months of January, February, March, April, May, June, September, October, November, and December.

Likewise, if you plan your trek during peak season (March–May, October–November), you can opt for a 20-minute flight from Manthali/Ramechhap to Lukla. This option includes a scenic 5- to 6-hour drive from Kathmandu to Manthali before the flight to Lukla. These logistical arrangements ensure a seamless and exciting start to your Everest Heli Return trekking experience.

Everest base camp heli return trek starts and ends in Kathmandu. The modified trekking journey included a scenic 35-minute flight to Lukla, the gateway to the Everest Region. As we trek through picturesque Sherpa settlements, we enter the Sagarmatha National Park, crossing suspension bridges and reaching charming villages like Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Pangboche, and Lobuche. The ultimate destination is the iconic Everest base camp, where we can take in the breathtaking experience.

The adventure doesn't end there; we ascend to Kala Patthar, the highest point of the trek, to marvel at a 360-degree panorama featuring majestic peaks such as Mt. Everest, Lhotse, Nuptse, Pumori, Ama Dablam, Khumbuste, Thamserku, and Island Peak. The descent leads us to Gorakshep, where a scenic helicopter flight awaits to take us directly back to Kathmandu.

Throughout the journey, you'll witness stunning views of the Himalayas and the picturesque landscapes beneath you, creating an unforgettable trekking experience.

Nepal Trek Adventure has specially designed the Everest heli flyout trek to save time, allowing trekkers to explore additional beautiful areas of Nepal instead of retracing their steps. Join us now, and we'll organize the trip according to your schedule and preferences, prioritizing safety and security at every step.

Feel free to check our day-to-day itinerary, and if you wish to customize the trip, don't hesitate to reach out. We are more than happy to tailor the journey to match your time and specific needs. You can also use the Everest base camp trek with helicopter return map to help plan and decide on your preferred itinerary. 

Experience the extraordinary: conquer halfway by foot, relish wholly by helicopter. Book your Everest heli trek now and make your legends come alive with every step and every soaring moment. Because some achievements deserve the extraordinary, begin your Everest adventure today!

Remember: You earned the view; we'll earn the applause (as you fly back).

Major Attractions of Everest Base Camp Trek With Helicopter Return

  • Everest base camp (5,380 meters)
  • Sagarmatha National Park (6,000 meters to 8,848 meters)
  • Namche Bazaar, Lukla Airport
  • Opportunity to know the world-acclaimed climbers, Sherpas; their social orders, religions, traditions, and lifestyle
  • Ancient monasteries and shrines: Pangboche, Thame, Tengboche, and Khumjung
  • High peaks: Mera Peak, Pisang Peak, and Island Peak
  • A better approach to Everest base camp and Kala Patthar
  • Stunning views of Himalayan peaks: Everest, Lhotse, Cho Oyu, Makalu
  • Exploration of Sherpa culture, religions, traditions, and lifestyle
  • Visits to world-famous Buddhist monasteries
  • Spectacular views of the Himalayan glaciers
  • Close-up view of mountains: Everest, Ama Dablam, Nuptse, Lhotse, Gauri Shankar, Changtse, Kongdi Ri, Thamserku, Kusum Kangraru, and more
  • Khumbu International Library (guidebooks, maps, tips books, tourist books, journals, books on Nepalese Himalayan attractions, history, tourism, flora, fauna, and topography)
  • Appreciation of the diverse flora and fauna in Sagarmatha National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site

Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return Cost: 2024 and 2025

We are delighted to offer an amazing Everest base camp, Heli-Adventure, where we've replaced the downhill struggle with a sky-high finale. Bookings are available for this amazing Everest trekking, along with helicopter rides back, for the years 2024, 2025, and 2026.

We offer this amazing trek for just $1950 per person on a group basis. So, join our group trek and ascend to base camp, step by step, feeling the earth rumble beneath your boots. Discover the Sherpa culture, take in the breath-taking views, and breathe the giants' kissed-thin air.

Craving a touch of exclusivity? We offer private treks for 1–5 adventurers, with prices ranging from $1950 to $3400 per person. Gather your tribe and craft your own Everest odyssey, tailored to your desires and pace.

No. of Pax

Cost (per person)

1 Pax

$ 3400

2 Pax

$ 2650

3 Pax

$ 2450

4 Pax

$ 2250

5 - 10 Pax

$ 1950

Details of Everest Base Camp Trek and Return by Helicopter Flight

  • Total trip duration: 11 days
  • Trekking duration: 9 days
  • Starting point: Kathmandu
  • Ending point: Kathmandu
  • Maximum altitude: 5,545 meters (Kala Patthar)
  • Minimum altitude: 1,400 meters (Kathmandu)
  • Helicopter flights: Gorak Shep to Kathmandu (65 minutes)
  • Accommodation: hotels and tea houses
  • Average walking hours per day: 3 to 7 hours
  • Helicopter weight allowance: 400 kilograms (including passengers and luggage)
  • Major attractions: mountain ranges and peaks, hills, rivers, lakes, cascades, icefalls, local settlement and culture, flowers and wilderness, monasteries, shrines, Chortens, memorials, etc.

Best Seasons for Everest Base Camp Trek and Flyback by Heli

The best season for an Everest base camp trek with helicopter return is the spring and autumn seasons, considered the most favorable periods for trekking in the Everest region.

In the spring months of March to May, trekkers can expect relatively mild temperatures, with daytime temperatures ranging from 10 to 20 degrees Celsius (50 to 68 degrees Fahrenheit) at lower elevations. As you ascend higher into the Himalayas, temperatures gradually decrease, and trekkers may encounter colder conditions, especially during the early mornings and evenings. Spring offers clear skies and stunning views of the surrounding peaks, providing an ideal backdrop for the trek.

The autumn months of September to November also provide favorable weather conditions for the Everest base camp trek. Daytime temperatures range from 10 to 15 degrees Celsius (50 to 59 degrees Fahrenheit) at lower altitudes, and cooler temperatures prevail at higher elevations. Autumn is known for its stable weather, offering clear visibility and panoramic views of the Himalayan peaks. This season is popular among trekkers for its crisp air and vibrant landscapes.

Despite the generally favorable weather during these seasons, it's essential to be prepared for occasional changes. Weather conditions in the Himalayas can be unpredictable, and trekkers may encounter rain, snow, or even occasional storms. Proper layering and carrying essential gear, including waterproof clothing, are crucial to adapting to these varying conditions.

As the trek involves a helicopter journey, weather conditions for the return flight play a significant role. Helicopter flights are subject to weather clearance, and unforeseen weather changes can impact flight schedules. Flexibility and patience are important during the helicopter return phase, as adjustments may be necessary to ensure a safe and comfortable journey back to lower altitudes. We recommend that you have one or two days to spare for any unforeseen weather changes.

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Recommendation: We recommend you keep a minimum of 2 or 3 spare days in Nepal to make your trip more flexible and comfortable.

If you are wondering why 2 or 3 spare days are recommended for treks in Nepal? 

It’s because Nepal's mountainous terrain and diverse weather patterns can lead to challenging flying conditions, especially during monsoon seasons and winter months. Fog, heavy rains, and low visibility can lead to flight delays and cancellations.

The spare days can be utilized for covering the loss-affected dates during the trip. If your trip runs out of scheduled time, the spare days can be utilized for extra activities like city tours, jungle safaris, side trips to other beautiful cities in Nepal, and so on.


In case of Lukla flight delays due to bad weather:

We recommend you keep extra days for unforeseen delays caused by bad weather conditions. In cases of delayed flights due to bad weather, all flights will be rescheduled by the airlines.

    Upon your arrival, a company representative will greet you at the airport, where you will be transferred to your assigned hotel. If you arrive early in the morning, you have the option to either rest at the hotel or explore the nearby area. Later in the evening, we will gather in our office for a meeting.

    On the other hand, if your arrival is in the evening, our team will meet you directly at the hotel. They will provide you with a prebrief about your upcoming trek and guide you through any necessary formalities. Following the meetings and formalities, you can enjoy a relaxing dinner and take the opportunity to rest.

    These arrangements are designed to ensure your comfort and convenience, allowing for flexibility based on your arrival time. Whether you choose to explore the surroundings or rest after your journey, we aim to make your arrival experience smooth and enjoyable.

    • Duration45 min Flight and 3-4 hr Hike
    • Highest Altitude2,610m
    • AccommodationTeahouse (Twin sharing)

    The second day of your Everest base camp Heli return trek begins with an early morning flight from Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu to Tenzing-Hillary Airport in Lukla. The short yet exhilarating flight offers breathtaking views of the Nepalese landscapes as the plane glides through the towering peaks of the Himalayas. The 35-minute flight covers a distance of 135 km from Kathmandu to Lukla.

    Upon landing in Lukla, you'll immediately sense the mountainous atmosphere that surrounds this small, bustling town. After a brief orientation and meeting with your trekking team, you'll set off on foot towards Phakding, the first stop on your trek.

    The trek from Lukla to Phakding covers a distance of approximately 8 kilometers and takes around 3–4 hours, depending on your pace. The trail passes through charming Sherpa villages, dense pine forests, and crosses several suspension bridges over the Dudh Koshi River.

    As you traverse this scenic trail, you'll catch glimpses of distant snow-capped peaks, providing a taste of the majestic landscapes that lie ahead. Colorful prayer flags flutter in the mountain breeze, adding a spiritual touch to your journey. Keep an eye out for Mani stones engraved with Buddhist prayers, a common sight along the trail.

    When you arrive in Phakding, a charming village situated at an altitude of 2,610 meters, lush greenery and the tranquil sound of the river will surround you. The village serves as an ideal resting spot, allowing you to acclimatize gradually to the increasing altitude. After settling into your tea house, take the opportunity to explore the surroundings or interact with the friendly locals.

    • Flight Distance: 135 km (Kathmandu to Lukla)
    • Flight Duration: 35 minutes
    • Trek Distance: around 8 km (Lukla to Phakding)
    • Trek Duration: 3 to 4 hours 
    • Highest Altitude: 2,610 m (Phakding)
    • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Teahouse (twin sharing)

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

    The third day of our trek begins with an early morning start from the quaint village of Phakding (2,610m). After a hearty breakfast, we set out on the trail that follows the Dudh Koshi River. The trek from Phakding to Namche Bazaar covers a distance of approximately 10 kilometers (6.2 miles) and typically takes around 6 to 7 hours, depending on the pace of the trekking group. The trail is a mix of uphill and downhill sections, offering a moderate challenge.

    The trail initially follows the Dudh Koshi River, crossing suspension bridges and passing through picturesque villages. You'll then begin a gradual ascent, traversing through pine forests and rhododendron groves. As you gain elevation, the landscape changes, revealing stunning views of the surrounding peaks.

    The trek provides breathtaking views of the Dudh Koshi River as you navigate through lush greenery and charming villages. Along the way, you'll catch glimpses of distant waterfalls, and the sound of the rushing river below creates a soothing soundtrack to your journey. The trail offers a mix of open terrain and dense forests, providing a diverse range of landscapes to appreciate.

    As you ascend, the first views of Everest (8,848m), Lhotse (8,516m), and Nuptse (7,861m) come into sight, providing an awe-inspiring backdrop to your trek. The iconic peaks stand tall against the clear blue sky, and every turn in the trail reveals a new angle to appreciate these majestic summits.

    When you arrive in Namche Bazaar, you'll see the bustling mountain town set against the backdrop of the imposing peaks. After settling into your tea house, take the opportunity to explore the surroundings or interact with the friendly locals.

    • Trek Distance: around 10 km (Phakding to Namche Bazaar)
    • Trek Duration: 6 to 7 hours 
    • Highest Altitude: 3,440 m (Namche Bazaar)
    • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Teahouse (Twin sharing)

    • Highest Altitude3,440m
    • AccommodationTea House

    Today, we reach a crucial phase of our trek as we dedicate the day to acclimatization in Namche Bazaar, a charming Sherpa town nestled in the heart of the Khumbu region at an elevation of 3,440 meters.

    We begin the day with a leisurely breakfast, relishing the stunning views of the surrounding Himalayan peaks, including the awe-inspiring Thamserku and Kongde Ri. After breakfast, we embark on a short acclimatization hike towards the Everest View Hotel, located at an elevation of 3,880 meters.

    The trail ascends gradually, providing us with breathtaking panoramas of Everest, Lhotse, Ama Dablam, and a myriad of other peaks. Along the way, we traverse rhododendron forests and encounter Sherpa villages, gaining insights into the local culture and lifestyle.

    In the afternoon, we explore the vibrant streets of Namche Bazaar, visiting local markets, shops, and monasteries. The town is a hub of Sherpa culture, and we can engage with the warm and hospitable locals.

    As the day comes to a close, we gather for a team rebriefing with our trek leader. This session provides an opportunity to discuss the challenges and highlights of the trek so far, ensuring everyone is in good health and spirits. Following the rebriefing, we have dinner at local teahouses, savoring traditional Sherpa cuisine and relishing the company of our fellow trekkers.

    • Trek Distance: around 5 km (Hike to Hotel Everest View)
    • Trek Duration:  2 to 3 hours 
    • Highest Altitude: 3,880 m (Hotel Everest View)
    • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Teahouse (Twin sharing)

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

    After a hearty breakfast, begin the journey with a gradual ascent, leaving the bustling market town behind. The trail initially winds through charming villages and lush green landscapes, providing a glimpse into the local Sherpa way of life. As you traverse the path, the Dudh Koshi River accompanies you, adding a serene melody to the trek.The distance covered on this day is approximately 17.9 kilometers, and the estimated trekking time is around 5-6 hours, depending on your pace and stops along the way.
    As you ascend, the trail takes you through dense rhododendron forests, providing shade and a vibrant display of colors during the blooming season. Keep an eye out for local wildlife, including Himalayan Thars and various species of birds. The path gradually opens up, revealing panoramic views of the surrounding peaks, such as Thamserku and Ama Dablam, which will serve as constant companions throughout the day.
    Around midway through the trek, you will reach the village of Phunki Thenga, where a suspension bridge spans the Dudh Koshi River. Cross the bridge, and a challenging uphill climb awaits you, leading to the famous Tengboche Monastery. This spiritual site is not only a place of worship but also offers a serene setting with stunning views of Everest, Nuptse, Lhotse, and Kongde peaks.
    Continuing your ascent, the air becomes crisper, and the landscape transforms into alpine meadows. Tengboche, perched on a ridge, comes into view with its iconic monastery dominating the skyline. After settling into your tea house, take some time to explore the monastery, interact with the resident monks, and absorb the tranquil atmosphere. 

    • Trek Distance: around 17.9 km (Namche to Tengboche)
    • Trek Duration:  5 to 6 hours 
    • Highest Altitude: 3,870 m (Tengboche)
    • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Teahouse (Twin sharing)

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

    Your day begins early with a hearty breakfast at the Tengboche teahouse, fueling up for the day's challenging trek ahead. This  trek covers approximately 10 kilometers and takes around 6 to 7 hours to complete, depending on individual pacing and acclimatization.

    The trek starts with a descent from Tengboche, offering breathtaking views of Ama Dablam, one of the most iconic peaks in the Khumbu region. The trail winds through lush rhododendron forests, creating a vibrant contrast against the backdrop of snow-capped peaks. As you descend, the air becomes crisper and the temperature drops, providing a refreshing start to the day's journey.

    After scaling the initial descent, the trail levels out, guiding you through quaint Sherpa villages such as Debuche and Pangboche. Take a moment to interact with the friendly locals and experience their unique culture and way of life. These villages are adorned with prayer flags and intricate Mani walls, adding a spiritual touch to your trek.

    As you progress further, the landscape transforms, revealing the expansive Imja Valley. The towering peaks of Lhotse and Island Peak come into view, adding a sense of grandeur to the trek. The trail gradually ascends, and the thinning air serves as a constant reminder of the increasing altitude. 

    Continue your trek towards Dingboche, gradually gaining altitude. Nestled inside a stunning mountain amphitheater, Dingboche offers breathtaking views of peaks like Ama Dablam, Imja Tse (Island Peak), and the formidable Lhotse wall. The village is surrounded by peaks like Ama Dablam, Imja Tse (Island Peak), and the formidable Lhotse Wall. Upon arrival, check into a teahouse, where you can relax and savor the accomplishments of the day's trek.

    • Trek Distance: around 10 km (Tengboche to Dingboche)
    • Trek Duration:  6 to 7 hours 
    • Highest Altitude: 4,410 m (Dingboche)
    • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
    • Accommodation: Teahouse (Twin sharing)

      Today is the second crucial phase in our trekking journey, as we take a well-deserved acclimatization day in Dingboche. Dingboche offers a picturesque setting amidst imposing peaks at a height of about 4,410 meters. The purpose of today's rest is to allow our bodies to adapt to the thinning air, ensuring a smoother ascent in the coming days.

      To start the day, we'll have a leisurely breakfast at our teahouse, enjoying the panoramic views of the surrounding mountains. The day's activities begin with a short hike towards the high ridge just above Dingboche, Nangkartshang Peak. This ascent allows us to gain further altitude and aids in the acclimatization process.

      The route takes us along well-defined trails, passing through rocky terrain with occasional patches of colorful alpine vegetation. As we ascend, the stunning vistas of Ama Dablam, one of the most iconic peaks in the region, gradually unfold. Ama Dablam, with its pyramid-like structure, stands prominently against the clear blue sky, providing a breathtaking backdrop to our acclimatization hike.

      Reaching the ridge, we are rewarded with 360-degree views of the surrounding Himalayan panorama. The towering peaks of Lhotse, Makalu, and Cho Oyu are visible in the distance, creating a surreal atmosphere. The Nuptse-Lhotse ridge dominates the horizon, while the vastness of the Khumbu Valley lies below, dotted with quaint Sherpa villages and terraced fields.

      After spending some time absorbing the awe-inspiring scenery, we descend back to Dingboche for lunch. The afternoon is free for rest and relaxation, allowing trekkers to explore the village, visit the local bakery, or simply unwind and acclimatize further.

      For those interested in learning more about the local culture, there may be an opportunity to visit the Dingboche Monastery. This ancient monastery, perched on a hill overlooking the village, offers insights into the spiritual practices of the Sherpa people. In the evening, we regroup for a hearty dinner at the teahouse. 

      • Trek Distance: around 3 km (Dingboche to Nangkartshang Peak )
      • Trek Duration:  3 to 4 hours 
      • Highest Altitude: 5,083 m (Nangkartshang Peak)
      • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
      • Accommodation: Teahouse (Twin sharing)

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

      Your day starts early in Dingboche, a beautiful village in the Khumbu region of the Himalayas. After a hearty breakfast, prepare yourself for an exciting trek towards Lobuche, located at an elevation of 4,910 meters. The initial part of the trail offers stunning views of the Imja Valley and the surrounding snow-capped peaks.

      The trek from Dingboche to Lobuche covers a distance of approximately 8 kilometers and takes around 5 to 6 hours, depending on your pace and acclimatization. The trail gradually ascends, presenting a moderate challenge.

      The trek begins with a gradual ascent as you leave Dingboche behind and traverse through the mesmerizing landscape of the Khumbu Valley. The path takes you along the lateral moraine of the Khumbu Glacier, providing awe-inspiring views of towering peaks such as Ama Dablam and Thamserku. The distant sound of prayer flags fluttering in the wind and the occasional yak herds grazing in the high-altitude meadows add to the serene ambiance.

      Around mid-morning, you'll reach the small settlement of Dughla, a strategic rest point before the challenging climb ahead. Take a breather, hydrate, and enjoy the surrounding vistas before tackling the steeper ascent towards Thukla Pass. The trail becomes more demanding, winding its way up the rocky terrain. As you climb higher, the air gets thinner, and the prayer flags lining the memorial chortens at Thukla Pass serve as a poignant reminder of the challenges faced by mountaineers on Everest.

      From Thukla Pass, the path levels out, offering a moment to catch your breath and absorb the breathtaking views of Pumori, Lingtren, and Khumbutse. Continue along the trail, and as you approach Lobuche, the landscape transforms into a rugged alpine desert, with only scattered patches of hardy vegetation clinging to the rocky terrain.

      Upon reaching Lobuche, you'll witness the stunning sight of the Khumbu Glacier and the iconic Lobuche East and West peaks. After settling into your teahouse, take some time to acclimate to the high altitude and enjoy a hot, nourishing meal.

      • Trek Distance: around 8 km (Dingboche to Lobuche)
      • Trek Duration:  5 to 6  hours 
      • Highest Altitude: 4,910 m (Lobuche)
      • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
      • Accommodation: Teahouse (Twin sharing)

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

      Trek from Lobuche to Gorak Shep (5,180m) and visit to Everest base camp (5,364m)
      The day begins early in Lobuche as trekkers prepare for an exhilarating journey to Gorak Shep, a significant milestone in the Everest base camp trek. After a hearty breakfast, trekkers set out, crossing the rocky terrain with views of towering peaks surrounding them. The initial stretch takes them through the Khumbu Glacier's lateral moraine, offering glimpses of the rugged yet breathtaking landscape.

      The distance covered during this trek is approximately 4.5 kilometers, and it typically takes around 3–4 hours to reach Gorak Shep from Lobuche. The path is challenging, with gradual ascents and descents, demanding both physical stamina and mental focus.

      As trekkers ascend, the landscapes change dramatically. The trail presents panoramic views of peaks like Pumori and Lingtren, their icy summits glistening in the morning sun. The rugged beauty of the Himalayas unfolds, showcasing glaciers and deep valleys, creating a surreal backdrop for the entire trek.

      Upon reaching Gorak Shep, a brief rest provides a chance to refuel and acclimatize to the high altitude. Afterward, the journey continues towards Everest base camp. The path to the base camp involves traversing the rocky and undulating terrain of the Khumbu Glacier.

      The trek from Gorak Shep to Everest base camp is approximately 3.5 kilometers and takes about 2–3 hours.  As trekkers approach Everest base camp, the view of the Khumbu Icefall becomes more imposing. Towering ice seracs and crevasses create a surreal atmosphere, emphasizing the raw beauty of the Everest region. The camp itself is a temporary settlement during climbing seasons, surrounded by the world's highest peaks, including Nuptse, Khumbutse, and Changtse.

      After spending valuable time at Everest base camp, absorbing the unique energy of the surroundings and marveling at the sheer scale of the world's highest peak, trekkers begin their descent to Gorak Shep.

      Upon reaching Gorak Shep and settling into your teahouse, take some time to acclimate to the high altitude and enjoy a hot, nourishing meal

      • Trek Distance: around 11 km ( Lobuche to Gorak Shep to Everest base camp to Gorak Shep )
      • Trek Duration:  7 to 8 hours 
      • Highest Altitude: 4,910 m (Lobuche)
      • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
      • Accommodation: Teahouse (Twin sharing)

      • Highest Altitude5,550m
      • AccommodationHotel

      Your day begins with an early morning ascent to the summit of Kala Patthar, a breathtaking vantage point standing at 5,550 meters. The trek kicks off from Gorak Shep, following a steep yet rewarding trail that weaves through rocky terrain. The distance is approximately 2.5 kilometers from Gorak Shep to Kala Patthar, with an estimated duration of around 2 to 3 hours. The sunrise views from Kala Patthar are legendary, offering a panoramic spectacle of Everest, Nuptse, and other surrounding peaks.

      As you ascend, the trail unfolds stunning landscapes featuring glaciers, moraines, and the Khumbu Icefall. The sight of the sun gradually illuminating the mighty Everest, casting a warm glow on the snow-capped peaks, is a surreal experience. The path is dotted with prayer flags, adding a spiritual touch to the challenging climb. Take breaks to acclimatize and absorb the awe-inspiring surroundings.

      After soaking in the panoramic views from Kala Patthar, descend back to the lodge in Gorak Shep for a well-deserved breakfast. Following breakfast, prepare for an exciting helicopter flight back to Lukla. The helicopter journey provides a bird's-eye view of the Himalayan landscape, allowing you to appreciate the vastness and grandeur of the region. Keep your camera ready as you soar over glaciers, deep valleys, and charming villages.

      As the helicopter lifts off from Gorak Shep, enjoy breathtaking aerial views of iconic landmarks like Everest base camp, Khumbu Icefall, and the surrounding peaks. The chopper provides a unique perspective on the landscape, revealing hidden corners and rugged terrain. The flight itself is an exhilarating experience, offering unparalleled glimpses of the Himalayas.

      Upon landing in Lukla, take a moment to reflect on the incredible journey through the Everest region.  The return flight to Kathmandu typically takes around 35 minutes, providing a quick yet scenic journey over the dramatic landscapes of the Himalayas. 

      Upon arrival in Kathmandu, you will be transferred to your hotel and take a well-deserved rest. 

      • Flight Distance: 34.4 km (Gorakshrp to Lukla) and  135 km (Lukla to Kathmandu)
      • Flight Duration: 45 minutes (Helicopter flight back to Lukla) and 35 minutes (regular flight back to Kathmandu)
      • Trek Distance: around 2 km (Gorakshep to Kala Patthar)
      • Trek Duration: 1 and half hour 
      • Highest Altitude: 5,545 (Kalapatthar)
      • Meal: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
      • Accommodation: 3-star hotel or similar (Twin sharing)

        On the final day of your stay in Nepal, the morning begins early as you prepare for your departure. After a hearty breakfast, you take the time to ensure all your belongings are packed, conducting a thorough check of the room to make sure nothing is left behind. 

        Following the completion of your check-out from the hotel, you make your way to the lobby, where a representative from our company awaits you. This dedicated individual will be responsible for facilitating a smooth transition from your accommodation to the airport. Upon arrival at the airport, the representative assists you with the check-in process, ensuring all necessary documents are in order and bids farewell.

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

        Trip Map

        Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return map

        What's Included

        Domestic & International Airport Pickup – Drop-off Services

        • International arrival pickup
        • Domestic airport drop off from hotel (Starting of trek) 
        • Domestic airport Pick up transfer to hotel (After the trek) 
        • International drop off on your final departure day


        • 2 nights hotel in Kathmandu on BB Plan (Twin sharing basis)
        • 9 nights at local tea houses in the Mountain (Twin sharing basis)

         Trekking Permit

        • Local Government Entry Permit (Trek Card)
        • Sagarmatha National Park Permit (Everest Permit)
        • Trekkers Information Management Systems Card (TIMS)
        • 13% government taxes and company services charges
        Helicopter Flight
        • Helicopter flight from Gorakshep to Lukla (Group sharing basis)

        Domestic Flights

        • Kathmandu to Lukla flight ticket 
        • Lukla to Kathmandu flight ticket
        In case of Lukla Flight Via Ramechhap
        • Kathmandu to Ramechhap drive by sharing transportation
        • Ramechhap to Lukla domestic flight ticket
        • Lukla to Ramechhap domestic flight ticket
        • Ramechhap to Kathmandu by sharing Jeep

        Food During in Kathmandu/Trekking

        • 9 Breakfast: Local and continental choices from tea house Menu
        • 9 Lunch: Simple and light lunch in lunch camp tea houses 
        • 8 Dinner: Veg and Non-Veg Meals of your Choice: domestic and continental foods from the local tea house Menu
        • 1 Farewell dinner in Kathmandu at best restaurant with NTA Team 
        • 1 Breakfast at Kathmandu Hotel

        Includes Guide/Porter Services & Their Liabilities

        • English-speaking government-licensed trekking guide
        • With a minimum of 10 years experience
        • All meals for Guide/Porter
        • Insurances for Guide & Porter (Emergency evacuation and accidental medical expenses)
        • Salary as per the company standard rate (which is recommended by concerned association of tourism industry)
        • Local sherpa for carrying your luggage up to 20 kg Maximum (2 Guest Sharing 1 Porter)
        • First-aid kit box carried by our team

        What's Excluded

        • Nepal visa fees upon arrival in Nepal
        • Tips and gratitude to the guides, drivers, porters, other staff, etc.
        • Extra-day expenses aside from the scheduled itinerary
        • Personal expenses like drinks, laundry, shopping, personal gear, a hot shower, electronic battery recharges, and WiFi
        • All the other expenses which not mentioned in cost includes list.
        • Travel Insurance: It must be covered in both medical and emergency evacuation with a minimum value of USD 100,000.
        Add-Ons & Options

        The Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return is a popular trekking package in Nepal. These add-ons and options offer different levels of comfort, privacy, and convenience during the transportation to and from Lukla for the Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return. The shared helicopter flights are more cost-effective but involve traveling with others, while the private helicopter option provides exclusivity at a higher cost. Travelers can choose the option that best fits their preferences and budget.

        Kathmandu to Lukla By Sharing Heli Flight (+ US $450 per person):

        This add-on involves a helicopter flight from Kathmandu to Lukla, which is the starting point for the Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return. It is a shared helicopter flight, meaning you will be traveling with other individuals who have chosen this option. The cost is an additional $450 per person on top of the base trek package.

        Lukla to Kathmandu By Sharing Heli Flight (+ US $450 per person):

        This is the return leg of the helicopter flight, taking you from Lukla back to Kathmandu. Similar to the first option, it is a shared helicopter flight, and the cost is an additional $450 per person.

        Lukla to Kathmandu Private Helicopter (1-5 Seats) (+ US $2600 per Helicopter):

        This option provides a more private and exclusive experience, as it involves a private helicopter charter. The helicopter has 1-5 seats, meaning it can accommodate you and a small group of people you may be traveling with. The cost for this private helicopter option is $2600 per helicopter. This can be a more convenient and flexible choice for those who prefer a more personalized experience or have a group traveling together.

        How to Get Add-ons?

        To apply add-ons into your booking, follow these steps:

        • Step 1: Select your departure date.
        • Step 2: Add the number of travelers joining the trek.
        • Step 3: Click the "Book Now" or "Book A Private Trek" button.
        • Step 4: On the booking page, find the list of available options for add-ons.
        • Step 5: Select the desired add-ons from the list.
        • Step 6: Proceed to the payment section to complete your booking.

        By following these simple steps, you can customize your Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return package with the preferred add-ons, whether it's a shared helicopter flight or a private helicopter charter. Tailoring your trek to your preferences is just a few clicks away!

        Availability & Private Trip

        For those interested in joining a group tour, we offer a fixed departure date. However, if you prefer to choose your own date for the trip, please visit our Book a Private Trip section, which provides the flexibility of booking on any day of your choice, as private trips offer daily availability.

        Select a Trip DateSmall Group Departure
        Start DateStart: SundayFeb 25, 2024End DateEnd: WednesdayMar 06, 2024PricePriceUS $1950StatusStatusGuaranteed
        Start DateStart: TuesdayFeb 27, 2024End DateEnd: FridayMar 08, 2024PricePriceUS $1950StatusStatusGuaranteed
        Start DateStart: ThursdayFeb 29, 2024End DateEnd: SundayMar 10, 2024PricePriceUS $1950StatusStatusGuaranteed
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        • Departures Throughout the Years
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        • Private Trek Exclusively for Your Own Group
        • More Exclusive and Personalized Experience
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        Private & Group Discount Price
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        1 Travelers x US $3400TotalUS $3400(No additional taxes or booking fees)

        Why Choose Everest Base Camp Trek with Heli Return?

        Here are the reasons why choosing a helicopter return Everest trek is better than long trekking:

        • Chance to experience the convenience of a helicopter return, offering unparalleled views and a unique perspective of the Everest region.
        • Save time and energy with a quicker return journey, contrasting with the traditional trek back.
        • Minimize exposure to high altitudes during the return, reducing the risk of altitude-related issues.
        • Ensure safety with the helicopter serving as a swift evacuation option in emergencies or cases of severe altitude sickness.
        • Customize your trekking experience by choosing a helicopter return, catering to various fitness levels and time constraints.
        • Rely on the expertise of experienced trekking guides who prioritize safety and well-being throughout the journey.
        • Immerse yourself in the rich cultural tapestry of the Everest region, engaging with local communities and enjoying their hospitality.
        • Extend your adventure by exploring different places in Kathmandu after completing the trek.
        • Visit iconic landmarks such as Namche Bazaar, Tengboche Monastery, and, ultimately, the renowned Everest base camp.
        • Embrace the flexibility, safety, and cultural richness that come with the Everest base camp trek with helicopter return.

        Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return Difficulty

        Everest base camp trek with helicopter return is a moderate to challenging level of difficulty associated with the adventure.  The trek involves navigating through various terrains, including steep ascents, descents, and rocky trails. Trekkers will encounter high altitudes, with the Everest base camp reaching an elevation of over 17,000 feet (5,182 meters). Acclimatization becomes crucial, as the thinning air at higher altitudes can pose challenges to the body. Trekkers should be prepared for changes in weather conditions, including cold temperatures and the possibility of snowfall, adding an extra layer of complexity to the journey.

        Physical fitness is a key factor in successfully completing the Everest base camp trek with helicopter return. The daily trekking durations, which vary from 5 to 7 hours on average, demand a good level of stamina and endurance. Adequate preparation through cardiovascular exercises and strength training is recommended to ensure trekkers are well-equipped for the demands of the trail.

        Despite these challenges, the trek is accessible to individuals with a reasonable fitness level and a spirit of adventure. The presence of experienced guides and a well-planned itinerary, coupled with the convenience of the helicopter return, adds an extra layer of safety and support. Trekkers are encouraged to pace themselves, stay hydrated, and embrace the journey with a positive mindset, allowing them to conquer the difficulties and savor the breathtaking beauty of the Everest region.

        Accommodation During Everest Base Camp Trek with Return by Heli

        The well-being and safety of our trekkers are important, and our selection of accommodations reflects this commitment. The lodgings selected for the Everest base camp trek with helicopter return exceed the standard teahouses in terms of services. Even though most rooms are arranged on a twin-sharing basis, our experienced guides will assign accommodations based on gender. If you are a couple or prefer individual rooms within a group, please inform us before the trek, and we will make the necessary arrangements to cater to your preferences.

        The journey begins in Kathmandu, where trekkers typically reside in comfortable accommodations, such as a 3-star hotel or an equivalent standard. These establishments provide a serene and rejuvenating atmosphere, allowing travelers to rest and prepare for the upcoming adventure.

        Once the trek commences, the majority of your accommodations will be in traditional teahouses scattered along the trail. These teahouses offer comfortable rooms with basic furnishings.

        While the comfort levels may vary, each teahouse maintains a warm and pleasant atmosphere, providing an opportunity to experience local hospitality. Additionally, communal dining areas in the teahouses create a sense of connection among trekkers, enabling the sharing of experiences and the formation of new connections.

        Regarding bathroom facilities during the trek, teahouses typically feature shared bathrooms equipped with basic amenities, including hot showers. Despite their simplicity, these facilities are well-kept, adhering to high hygiene standards and ensuring a clean and sanitary environment.

        As you ascend higher into the Everest region, particularly above Lobuche, the teahouses become more basic due to the challenging environment. Despite their simplicity, these accommodations offer a unique and authentic experience, allowing you to immerse yourself in the pristine beauty of the Himalayas.

        Food During Everest Base Camp Trek With Helicopter Return

        The food on the trek is simple but filling, and the menu options become more limited as you ascend. There are many international cuisines available in some areas of the Everesst region, but at higher elevations, the food is simple but nutritious and filling.

        The breakfast menu offers a delightful array of choices to kickstart the day, ensuring trekkers are energized for the upcoming journey. From fluffy pancakes and crispy hash brown potatoes to wholesome cornflakes, local bread, chapatti, and various egg dishes (fried, scrambled, boiled, and omelet), the morning offerings cater to diverse tastes. 

        As trekkers begin their adventure in Kathmandu, they can enjoy delectable meals in the vibrant city. The culinary offerings in Kathmandu include a rich variety of Nepali and international cuisines, providing a preview of the gastronomic delights that lie ahead. From savory momo (dumplings) to aromatic curries and traditional Dhal, Bhat, and Tarkari, the food experience in Kathmandu sets the stage for the food journey to base camp.

        Throughout the trek, teahouses along the trail offer a unique dining experience amid the stunning Himalayan landscapes. Lunch menus boast a rich tapestry of flavors, featuring regional specialties such as Dal Bhat (the most preferred food), Tenduk Spaghetti Noodles, Thukpa, Pasta, Vegetable Curry, Tibetan Bread, and an array of soups. Trekkers can savor hearty meals like Sherpa Stew, steaks, sandwiches, momo, macaroni, diverse vegetable dishes, salads, pizzas, snacks, and mouthwatering desserts, ensuring a satisfying midday refueling experience. Remember, the food options get limited the more you ascend.

        The evening menu introduces additional delights, including Dal Bhat (the most preferred food), various soups like tomato soup, chicken soup, mushroom soup, garlic soup, and more. The teahouse dining experience is not just about the food but also the communal atmosphere, allowing trekkers to share stories, forge connections, and create lasting memories amid the Himalayan ambiance. The meticulous attention to culinary variety and quality enhances the overall trekking experience, making each meal an integral and memorable part of the Everest base camp helicopter return trek.

        Everest Base Camp Trek With Helicopter Return Altitude Sickness

        Altitude sickness, or acute mountain sickness (AMS), is a significant consideration for trekkers undertaking the Everest base camp trek with helicopter return. As the journey involves ascending to high elevations, the risk of altitude-related health issues becomes a genuine concern. Trekkers need to be vigilant and take proactive measures to mitigate the effects of altitude sickness.

        Altitude sickness typically manifests as headaches, nausea, dizziness, and fatigue, and it becomes more pronounced as trekkers ascend to higher altitudes. The Everest base camp trek reaches elevations above 17,000 feet (5,182 meters), making acclimatization a crucial aspect of the journey. Trekkers are advised to follow a gradual ascent, allowing their bodies to acclimatize to the decreasing oxygen levels at higher altitudes.

        A well-designed itinerary that incorporates acclimatization days is a key strategy for preventing altitude sickness. These rest days provide trekkers with an opportunity to acclimatize and adjust to the thinning air. It is crucial for trekkers to listen to their bodies and communicate any symptoms of altitude sickness to the experienced guides accompanying them. Guides are trained to assess and manage altitude-related issues, ensuring the safety and well-being of the trekking group.

        Hydration is paramount to minimizing the risk of altitude sickness. Trekkers should drink plenty of fluids to combat dehydration, a common contributor to altitude-related ailments. Additionally, maintaining a steady pace during the trek, avoiding overexertion, and getting adequate rest are essential practices to reduce the likelihood of altitude sickness.

        In the context of the Everest base camp trek with helicopter return, the availability of a helicopter option provides an added layer of safety. In the event of severe altitude sickness or emergency situations, the helicopter can be utilized for a swift descent to lower elevations, where the air is thicker and symptoms are less severe. Trekkers should, however, be aware that the helicopter option is a last resort, and it is crucial to prioritize preventive measures and responsible trekking practices to minimize the risk of altitude sickness throughout the journey.

        Tips For Everest Base Camp Trek and Helicopter Return

        Here are the general tips for the Everest base camp heli return trek to make it safe and enjoyable:

        • Take time to acclimatize to high altitudes to reduce the risk of altitude sickness.
        • Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated, especially at higher elevations.
        • Dress in layers to adapt to changing temperatures during the trek.
        • Wear comfortable and well-broken-in trekking boots for the journey.
        • Listen to your trekking guide's advice for a safe and enjoyable experience.
        • Bring a good camera to capture the stunning landscapes along the way.
        • Pack energy-boosting snacks for quick refueling during the trek.
        • Ensure comprehensive travel insurance coverage for medical emergencies and evacuations.
        • Respect the local customs and traditions of the communities you encounter.
        • Inform your trekking team about any health concerns or discomfort.
        • Apply sunscreen, wear a hat, and use sunglasses to protect against the Himalayan sun.
        • Pack essentials like a headlamp, trekking poles, and a basic first aid kit.
        • Familiarize yourself with helicopter safety protocols for the return journey.
        • Embrace the breathtaking views and the unique experience of the Everest region.

        Permits for Everest Base Camp Trek with Helicopter Return

        Obtaining the necessary permits is a crucial step for starting the Everest base camp trek with helicopter return. Although these permits are obtained by the company on your behalf before the trek to ensure a smooth and safe journey,. Trekkers need to secure the following permits:

        Sagarmatha National Park Permit: This permit, issued by the National Park authorities, grants access to the heavens of Sagarmatha National Park. It covers the conservation area and contributes to the preservation of its unique ecosystem.

        Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Permit: This permit is required for trekking within the Khumbu region and supports local community initiatives. It ensures that trekkers contribute to the sustainable development of the area.

        Trekkers' Information Management System (TIMS) Card: The TIMS card, which is under the management of the Nepal Tourism Board and the Trekking Agencies' Association of Nepal (TAAN), is crucial for maintaining trekking statistics and recording trekker information. It enhances safety and facilitates efficient rescue operations in case of emergencies.

        Travel Insurance for Everest Base Camp Trek With Heli Return

        Travel insurance is essential for your Everest base camp trek with helicopter return. It provides financial protection and peace of mind in unexpected situations. Your insurance should cover medical expenses, emergency evacuation by helicopter, and trip cancellations or interruptions. Ensure that it includes coverage for high-altitude trekking activities.

        In case of any unforeseen circumstances, such as altitude sickness or injuries, having comprehensive travel insurance will help cover the costs of medical treatments and evacuation, ensuring a safer and worry-free trekking experience. Always carefully review and understand the terms and coverage of your insurance policy before embarking on the journey.

        Packing List for Everest Base Camp Trek and Return by Chopper


        • Waterproof jacket
        • Insulating layers
        • Moisture-wicking base layers
        • Trekking pants
        • Fleece or down jacket
        • Thermal socks and gloves
        • Hats and sunglasses


        • Sturdy trekking boots
        • Sandals or comfortable shoes for relaxation


        • Backpack
        • Sleeping bag suitable for low temperatures
        • Trekking poles
        • Headlamp with extra batteries
        • Water bottles or hydration systems

        Health and First Aid:

        • Personal medications
        • First aid kit
        • High-altitude sickness medication
        • Water purification tablets

        Personal Items:

        • Passports and necessary permits
        • Cash in local currency
        • Camera and accessories
        • Power bank
        • Toiletries (travel-sized)


        • Travel insurance documents
        • Snacks and energy bars
        • Lightweight towel
        • Duct tape and repair kits
        • Trekking map and guidebook
        Frequently Asked Questions
        • Q1. How difficult is the Everest base camp trek with a helicopter return?

          The Everest Base Camp trek with a helicopter return is considered moderately challenging. The trek involves walking through varying terrain, including uphill and downhill trails, rocky paths, and some steep ascents. The altitude is a significant factor, as you'll be reaching high elevations, which may pose challenges related to acclimatization. The helicopter return option does provide some relief, as it reduces the overall trekking duration and lessens the physical strain of retracing the entire route on foot.

        • 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 time to do the Everest base camp trek with helicopter return is during spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November). Spring offers pleasant temperatures and stunning rhododendron blooms, while autumn boasts clear skies and comfortable hiking conditions. This trek can be done during the winter (December-February), however, it is best to avoid the monsoon season (June-August) due to heavy rains.

        • For the Everest Base Camp trek with helicopter return, you will need two main permits: the Sagarmatha National Park Entry Permit and the Khumbu Pasang Lhamu Rural Municipality Entrance Permit. Additionally, you'll require a TIMS (Trekkers' Information Management System) card. These permits will be provided to you by us.

          As for visas, travelers to Nepal typically need a tourist visa, which can be obtained upon arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu. However, it's advisable to check the latest visa regulations and entry requirements from the Nepalese government before your journey.

        • 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.

        • You will trek for nine days and return to Lukla from Gorak Shep by helicopter on this Everest base camp trek and return by helicopter.

        • Please get in touch with our dedicated emergency helpline right away in the event of an emergency during the Everest Base Camp Trek with a helicopter return. Our 24/7 helpline is staffed by experienced professionals who are available to help you 24 hours a day. The local guide's contact information is readily available. To ensure a quick and effective response to any unexpected situations, it is crucial to stay informed and adhere to our team's instructions. Your safety is our top priority, and we are committed to providing timely assistance in cases of emergencies.

        • If a member of your group becomes ill during the Everest Base Camp helicopter return trip, our team is well-prepared to handle such situations. Our experienced guides and support staff are trained in wilderness first aid and will assess the situation promptly. Depending on the severity of the illness, we may provide necessary medical assistance on the spot or arrange for a helicopter evacuation if required.

        • You can book your trek through our online booking system or text or call us at +9779851017030.

        • Absolutely! Ensure your insurance covers high-altitude activities, medical evacuation, and trip cancellation. Don't skimp on insurance; it can provide invaluable peace of mind and financial protection in case of unforeseen circumstances.

        • A guide is mandatory for safety, navigation, and cultural insights. Porters can significantly ease your load. Guides are included in the package, but if you need a personal porter, you need to inform us in advance. Hiring a personal porter can add to your extra costs.

        • The Everest Heli Return Trek is 11 days long, including 9 trekking days followed by a helicopter ride back to Lukla and a connecting flight to Kathmandu.

        • Accommodation during the Everest Base Camp trek with helicopter return is typically in basic teahouses on a twin-sharing basis. While these teahouses offer simple yet comfortable amenities, it's important to note that the facilities are basic. Meals are also basic along the trek, with fewer options compared to Kathmandu. However, during your stay in Kathmandu, before and after the trek, you'll enjoy more varied food options and services, as you'll be accommodated in a 3-star hotel or something similar.

        • Yes, you will receive pickup and drop-off services on your arrival and departure days, as well as before and after the trek.

        • The Everest base camp trek and return by helicopter cost $1950 per person on a group joining basis. However, if you want to do a private Everest Base camp with a helicopter return trek, then the cost ranges from $1950 to $6200 per person.

        What Our Clients Say
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          Silas TaylorUnited Kingdom,January 07, 2024

          Everest base camp trek with a helicopter return package

          My goal of reaching base was completed by this Everest base camp trek with a helicopter return package.  I'm happy that the NTA offered the helicopter and hiking services. They have been kind, competent, and experienced staff from the beginning of our talk; they resolve problems fast, choose the finest services for the tour, and offer continuing assistance. 

          On the ground, the Nepal Trek Adventure team maintains solid ties to the local community. With the right kind of local assistance, we could kick back and finish the hike. Undoubtedly, this was one of the most pleasurable and expertly managed vacations we have ever taken. Thank you, Binod and team, for this wonderful service.

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          Ethan DavisUnited States,January 02, 2024

          Everest Trek with Heli return with friends

          NTA's owner, Binod, and his team performed considerably beyond my expectations. I reserved the Everest Base Camp with a helicopter return for myself and my buddies. I knew I had made the proper choice when I contacted Binod for the first time. I did a lot of research and contacted many US and local businesses in Nepal. In contrast to other businesses, Binod was incredibly responsive during the process, carefully reviewing my extensive list of inquiries and offering knowledgeable advice based on my tastes and objectives.

          As someone with very high standards, Binod and his team more than met my needs. Go directly to the source of knowledge on the ground rather than wasting time and money booking with organizations from outside of Nepal and paying three times as much as a paper-pusher middleman. With years of collected knowledge and extensive understanding, NTA genuinely sets the standard for others to aspire to. Thank you, guys!


        Why travel with Nepal Trek Adventure?

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        • Expert Guides
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