Everest for Breakfast


  • Duration1 Day
  • Trip GradeEasy 
  • Arrival CityKathmandu
  • ActivityTours, Luxury, Discovery
  • Group Size5 People Maximum (Group Trip)
  • Max Altitude5,545m

About Everest for Breakfast

Early morning at 6:30 am take a spectacular helicopter flight from Kathmandu airport to Lukla in the Everest area.

Everest View hotel, sublime breakfast will be served by our Sherpa staffs. You sit out and marvel at the panoramic view of the Himalayas with the unmistakable pyramid tip of Mt. Everest at its glory. Apart from Everest, you'll be rewarded with the majestic views of Nuptse, Lhotse, Cho-Oyo and AmaDablam and the magical Khumbu Valley.

Nepal has 8 of the 10 highest mountains in the world. The Himalayan Region contains 1300+ peaks that are over 6,000 meters. Numerous gorges, glaciers, lakes, waterfalls, flora and fauna and exotic animals add in the beauty of Nepal's Himalayan region.

In fact, Everest is situated within the Sagamartha National Park, home to unique wildlife and Sherpa Buddhist communities. For many people, the trek itself is the destination. But for some of us, we are not so able to spend the time or energy to hike for two weeks to reach Everest Base Camp.

With high altitudes to sustain but many ups and downs along the journey, this hiking is certainly not suitable for everyone. If you're not physically or mentally strong, then a long-distance high-altitude walk might not be a good idea for you.


  • You will enjoy the joyful Helicopter flight from Kathmandu to the base of the world's tallest mountain.
  • You can have the privilege of landing at Kala Patthar, 5545 meters in an hour.
  • You will arrive at the Everest Base Camp, without a drop of sweat or lethargy, with a comfortable flight.
  • Breakfast at the Everest View Hotel, one of the finest high altitude hotels in the world.
  • You'll see some of the best mountain views in the world.
  • No need to trek for days to get to the Everest Base Camp. You can wave to the hikers far below as you enjoy the aerial view of the area.


  1. Day 1Everest for Breakfast tour & Sightseeing

    5:30 am Wake Up

    Wake up at 5:30 am and have a cup of coffee / tea in your hotel before start out to drive to the airport.

    6:00 am Head to Kathmandu Airport

    Drive to Kathmandu domestic airport, located next to Tribhuvan International Airport. The journey will only take about 15 minutes from your Thamel hotel.

    6:30 am Fly to the Everest Region

    Take off from Kathmandu Airport, flying east along the Himalayas Mountain Range, to the Tenzing Hilary Airport at Lukla. Your helicopter stops at Lukla for refueling. It'll take a short 15 minutes.

    7:30 to 7:45 am Fly on to Hotel Everest View

    Your helicopter will fly over yak pastures, Sherpa villages, Stupas and Buddhist monasteries, Namche Bazaar, raging rivers, Everest National Park, beautiful flora and fauna, hikers far below, and, of course, amazing mountains, and then lands at the hotel where breakfast is served.

    7:50 am – 8:35 am Visit to the Everest View Point / Breakfast

    As the helicopter is flying at very high altitudes of over 5,500m, we need to reduce the weight. If you're in a group of 4 or 5 people (the usual maximum for any trip), you'll be divided into two.

    While one group enjoys breakfast, the other will fly to the Everest Viewpoint: Kalapatthar (5,545m).

    In fact, the human body is not made to transition from 1400m Kathmandu to more than 5000m+ in a few of hours! While this trip is completely safe to do.

    Yet, it's long enough to get some great photos, videos and memories! The close-up view of the Mount Everest and the surrounding mountains is the highlight of this once-in-a-lifetime trip.

    8:40 am – 9:35 am Return flight to Kathmandu

    With Khumbu Glacier and Khumbu Icefall, Tengboche Monastery, Everest Base Camp (EBC) and Mount Everest below and around you, not to mention dozens of other mountains, your helicopter will bring you safely back to Kathmandu.

    9:35 am – 10 am Drive back to your Hotel

    It's hard to imagine that you've returned to your hotel in about four hours after getting a very close view of the highest mountain in the world! We know that you are too excited to sleep and enjoy a cup of coffee while remembering this magical adventure and posting your videos online!

    What's Included


    • All airport / Hotel transfers.
    • Helicopter Kathmandu, Lukla, KalaPatthar, Everest View Hotel, Kathmandu.
    • Breakfast at Everest View hotel.
    • Sagarmatha National Park entry permit fee.
    • Monastery entry fees.

    Not Included

    • International airfare and Nepal visa.
    • Travel and medical insurance.
    • Tips and gratitude provided to staff.

    Our published dates are guaranteed departures. If the dates don't match with your travel plans, we are more than happy to create your desired date.

    Useful Information


    Accommodations are provided on the twin-sharing basis. If you are a solo traveler, a single supplement will be served. Accommodations during the trek in the Himalayas, you will be staying at basic mountain lodges where you'll have a nice and clean room with the warm blankets, pillows, and comfortable matrices (matrices may not be very thick size but they’re comfortable).


    During the trek, we can enjoy authentic Nepalese food as well the more common international cuisine (Tibetan, Continental, Italian, Indian, etc.). Breakfast and dinner will be served from a lodge menu where we spend the night whereas lunch will be served on the way to the next destination. All meals will be provided during trekking, there will also be farewell dinner.

    Best Time to Visit

    The best time to visit Himalayas is between September to December and March to May, when the skies are a clear blue and the views spectacular. The weather remains dry until about May, with temperatures varying between regions.

    Nepal is good for trekking throughout the year. Autumn and spring seasons are the most famous trekking seasons in the Himalayan region of Nepal, Bhutan and Tibet. It has beautiful, cool, blue skies, clear weather conditions and amazing views of the white mountains and the countryside.

    During the spring season, this time of year offers a breathtaking view of the Rhododendron flowers and lush forests.


    1. Everest for breakfast? Why not?

    Breakfast in the heart of the Himalayas has to be high on everyone's bucket list. Forbes announced bucket list for next decade and Everest for breakfast is the number one trip in the world.

    The Everest Base Camp Trek takes 12 to 16 days to complete, but with a helicopter, you can do this in just 4 hours!

    Whether you're young or old, this ride is safe for you. You'll be in good hands with our trained and experienced staff.

    No need to trek for 14 days to get there, no need to sleep in trekking lodges along the way, and no stiff legs! Just board a B3e series helicopter in Kathmandu and fly to the top of the world. Well, almost at the top of the world, see the itinerary below. Then tell us this is not something that you'd love to do!

    Book your seat today and check out your bucket list.

    Yes, we have created a sharing group so that all solo, couple or private trip can contact us and join our existing group. For a fixed departure there should be at least 5 persons. The price per person can vary with the number of people.

    Just for a short time, just to be there and catch a view of at least 10 to 20 minutes, which is enough time for you to enjoy the beautiful sights and scenery of the stunning views and glaciers. Due to the high altitude threat, no longer time is recommended.

    If the weather seems unfavorable, we will delay and fly the following morning at no extra charge. It's unlikely that the weather will change quickly enough to keep us on Everest once we get there. The helicopters that we use are also used for high altitude rescue with experienced pilots.

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