Nepal Mountain Flight To See Everest
Everest Mountain Flight
The experience of Everest Mountain flight operated from Kathmandu each morning, offering breathtaking close view of Everest and a long range of Himalayan mountain chains would be a lifelong treasure for you.
The mountain flight could be the most popular trip extension you would love to do in Nepal and one of the highlights of your Nepal trip.
This unique flight, undoubtedly the best of its kind in the world, takes you to the very close view of the Himalayan mountain range, including Mountain Everest. You will have the closest and best view of Mountain Everest (8848m), Shisa Pangma (8013m), Gaurishankar(7134m),Cho oyu (8201m), Pumori(8171m), Lhotse(8516m), Nuptse(7855m), Amadablum (6856m), Melungtse (7023m) and dozens other peaks and the Tibetan plateau. These flights are operated every morning from Kathmandu, we provide window seats to all our customers and also we take each of you to the cock pit of the plane so that you can take good photograph in this rare opportunity. Incase of bad weather we give you full refund of the flight ticket. At the end of the flight you will be provided with a flight certificate to remember for lifetime.
The aircraft flies at an average altitude of 6500m to 7000m and flies at five nautical miles from Everest. The flight lasts for one hour and covers east to west along the Himalayan range and back to Kathmandu.
This trip is ideal for every one whether you have just returned from the mountains after weeks of treks or whether you just visited Nepal and have not visited the mountains at all.
Everest flight cost: USD 206.00
Airport transfer: USD 10.00 per person ( for two or more persons group size ) or USD 15 if only one person doing this flight
Please confirm the flight cost before booking as the airlines may change the fare without prior notice.
Nepal is best known for the world's highest mountains and beautiful trekking trails but we have a great variety of experiences to offer to the visitors .Kathmandu and the nearby towns of Patan and Bhaktapur are regarded as open museum of medieval arts and architecture , boasting a total of seven UNESCO world heritage sites.