Here’s a wonder-filled tour for a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to view the world’s most famous and highest peak, Mt. Everest, in Nepal, without actually having to climb it. The tour whisks you off to Everest Base Camp, from where, over a sumptuous private champagne breakfast you can soak in the glorious view of the peak, recap on its many myths and legends and take as many selfies as your heart desire, with it as one of the most alluring backdrops you can imagine.
A local summiteer will share with you all manner of insights into the peak’s history and historic climbs. That’s not all, you even get to enjoy a helicopter ride which takes you over the legendary trekking trails to the peak, before you fly past the world’s six tallest peaks: Lhotse, Makalu, Cho Oyu and Everest.
Why you will love it
- A memorable and unforgettable morning in the Himalayas.
- A thrilling helicopter ride past six of the world’s top mountain peaks.
- Accompanied by a local summiteer to bring alive the experience.
- Champagne breakfast with Everest in your sights.
What you will experience
This tour is specifically designed for the people who yearn to see the world’s most famous and highest mountain peak, Mt.Everest, even if they can’t climb it. The tour starts with a pick up from your hotel and a 45-minute flight to Lukla. We finally arrive at Syangboche for mind-blowing views of Everest while enjoying a lavish breakfast.
Are you aware that in 2016 in December, chefs from Noma and London’s Ledbury built the world’s highest-altitude pop-up restaurant here at the Mount Everest Base Camp in Nepal? Little tit-bits like this are sure to add to your memories of this fabulous trip, while you are tucking into your own private buffet Champagne breakfast, in plain sight of Everest, one of the world’s most dangerous yet most exciting climbing peaks. Your host is a local summiteer who will regale you with many stories of Everest and its surrounds. You will now be whisked away by helicopter for an unforgettable morning in the Himalayas which offers views of of the world’s six top Himalayan mountain peaks.