Breakfast at Everest

Breakfast at Everest!

This unforgettable and breathtaking Everest Helicopter Tour will give you the experience of lifetime. Flying over snowy White Mountain and being able to enjoy breakfast at Everest has got to be in your things to do list while in Nepal. This flight takes off from Tribhuvan International Airport towards the east, flying parallel to the Himalayan ranges before reaching to the spectacular view of the Everest. A breathtaking landscape unfolds as your pilot glides the helicopter above picturesque Sherpa mountain villages, Gompas (monasteries), emerald mountain lakes and a snowy expanse of Himalayan peaks and glaciers. Khumbu Himal, Ama Dablam, Kantega, Nuptse, Lhotse, Pumori and Mt. Everest are but some of the peaks you will get to see up close.

You will be having breakfast at the World’s Highest Resort Hotel Everest View. On the way to hotel Everest View, you will stop over at a place called Lukla, which is known as the gateway to Everest. With a short stop over, you will continue your journey, enjoying the views of the famous and tallest mountains of the world. Once you reach the helipad of Everest View Hotel, you will have to walk up five minutes to the Everest View Hotel. The Hotel is situated at an altitude of 12,500 feet. You will be able to enjoy a hearty breakfast with a magnificent view in front of you. Our layover at the hotel will be for an hour to have breakfast, relax and take photographs of the mountains.

This helicopter tour to Everest will be an out of the world experience that you will cherish forever.


- Breakfast at Everest
- Fly over the highest mountain in the world
- Take pictures in the snowy White Mountains
- Capture the magnificent view of the Mountains

Important Note: Spending only around five minutes in Kalapathhar will prevent us from getting altitude sickness. Our helicopter will be on stand-by at Kalapathhar therefore it is technically impossible to spend more than the allocated time.

Total Trip Duration: 4-5 hours


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