The Scenic Everest Experience Flight!
Embark on this thrilling one-hour Everest Experience Flight over the mighty Himalayas and Everest - choose this luxurious alternative route to the highest mountain in the world. Enjoy this flight of a lifetime!
The breathtaking Everest Experience Flight starts at the Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu, before heading east to the stunning Kanchenjunga section of Nepal's Himalayas. After getting as close as possible to the summit of Mount Kanchenjunga, the third highest mountain in the world, the flight heads to the Mahalangur section which is home to four of the six highest eight thousanders; Mount Everest (8848m), Lhotse (8516m), Makalu(8485m) and Cho Oyo (8201m).
After flying over Mount Everest, the mountain of mountains, the flight takes you to the pristine West, home to the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himalayan ranges. Annapurna is massive but Dhaulagiri is even bigger!
Since a lot of people wish to but do not have the time and ability to explore such high terrain as the Himalayas of Nepal, this trip might just be the perfect alternative. Come experience flying over the mountains, and explore the unexplored!
Why Choose Us?
- Pay on Arrival
- Free Airport Transfer on a private vehicle (equivalent to US$ 15)
- No worries about Airport Tax (US$ 3 per person)
- Ticket delivered right to your hotel (provided you're already staying in Nepal)
- A guaranteed seat beside the window
- A certificate that tells you that you just "Completed Everest Experience Flight!"
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