Everest Panoramic Flight

Everest Panoramic Flight

Trip Highlights

  • Destination:Nepal
  • Trip Grade:Easy

Tour Overview

Experience from flight close-up mountain for Everest panoramic flight feels amazing. Treat yourself to the panorama, and perhaps you might discover what you’ve lost, or find what you’ve been looking for, all this time.

A travel to Nepal would be incomplete, after all, without really understanding what makes it really beautiful. Winter months from September to April are the best times to catch a glimpse of the sparkling peaks. This is the season when the white snow shines brightly on the mountains, lakes and the glaciers beaming similarly from the Himalayas and clear water flowing down.

Nothing compares with the sheer beauty or wonder to be given by the Himalayas. Take the mother of all mountain flights, the Everest Experience we’re putting you on one with Mt. Everest, so close you can almost touch it.

What else we see from Everest Panoramic Flight?

The flight usually takes up to an hour from 50 minutes. Aircraft either take off from TIA, Kathmandu. During the flight, you’ll catch a glimpse of 20 of the highest peaks east of Nepal starting from the Langtang Lirung peak which is Kathmandu’s closest peak, then moving east to Mt. Everest and finally flying to Cham Lang peak. From there, the aircraft takes a turn and as they return to Kathmandu, passengers get a second look at the scene.

Get a panoramic experience with the highest peaks on Earth on a mountain trip in Nepal. The aircraft departs from Kathmandu and fly across the Himalayas to provide you with eye-level views of snow-capped peaks before returning in just one hour. Although  Everest mountain flights do not have a long history, for the beauty it promises, it has gained popularity among tourists. Every day, early in the morning, Buddha Air provides mountain flights with the best views of the Himalayas.

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