Everest for Breakfast
Everest in breakfast is a special tour designed for people who don’t have time to go on long trek to Everest. Program of about 4 hour can be adjusted with your Nepal tour in one of the morning..
5,380 m, 17600ft
March - May & Sept - Dec
Luxury Trips Nepal
Everest in Breakfast
Everest in Breakfast is a special tour designed for people who don’t have time to go on long trek to Everest.This tour starts from Kathmandu airport early in the morning and takes you to Kwangde in the Everest region in an hour where your breakfast is served in front of the Everest. The theme is ‘You see the Everest and it will see you having breakfast’. The Heli tour itself is a great experience as you can see some of the highest mountains on earth.The Chartered Helicopter flies over the terraced fields to Lukla, and drop off your extra fuel for the flight back to Kathmandu before heading up the valley to Everest Base Camp. You will get some time (around 15 min) for photographs at the Everest base camp as well).
You’ll have plenty of time to explore Everest and the surrounding snow massifs before flying to the Yeti Mountain Resort in Kongde for breakfast. After breakfast you’ll have a short transit in Lukla and after the helicopter is re-fuelled you’ll fly back to Kathmandu.
5:15 AM Wake-up Call
6:00 AM Leave for Domestic Airport, KTM
6:30 AM Board Hep/Aircraft for Lukla
8:00 AM Board Hep
8:30 AM Fly in the Everest Region by Hep
8:45 AM Champane Breakfast at Kongde
9:00 AM Return to Lukla Airport
9:30 AM Return back to KTM
Airport pick up and drop off service
Flight from Kathmandu to Lukla to Kathmandu
All food and lodging when taken at your designated hotels and lodges.
Domestic Airport Tax, National Park Permit required for the Everest Hep Trip
Champagne Breakfast at Kondge – Yeti Mountain Home (4250 m)
Everest Summitter Guide and TLM assistants for co-ordination
Extensive medical kit
Lunch and Dinner during your stay in Kathmandu (except for the farewell dinner).
Items of personal nature and laundry expenses.
Rescue, repatriation, medicines, medical tests and hospitalization expenses.
All personal climbing gears.
Nepal custom duty for import of expedition goods.
Tips, gifts, souvenirs.
Any other item not mentioned in “THE PACKAGE COST INCLUDES” section