Heli-tour in Nepal.
Westphal Joachim and his friends wanted to fly on the helicopter from Kathmandu to Everest via Lukla on April. Explore Himalaya got an opportunity to guide them through the Himalayas in the Everest region. They were lacking time to go around the Himalayas thoroughly. They didn’t want to let go this opportunity to view the Himalayas when they were in the South Asia. They were pretty excited to tour around the Himalayan regions in Nepal.
Aerial view of Kathmandu- City of Temples.
Heli tour in Nepal beyond doubt takes you to the world of fantasy. The heli tour is specifically taking off in a chopper for the Aeriel view of the ancient Hindu Mega temple Pashupatinath, Buddhists pilgrimages Swayambhunath and Boudhanath, the cultural prides Narayanhiti Palace, Ranipokhari, Durbar squares of Kathmandu, Lalitpur and Bhaktapur, Darhara, Singha Durbar and many more artistic delights of the Kathmandu valley. Gradually passing through the narrow transits between the mountains with the breathtaking Aeriel view of rivers bends, traditional villages, dense vegetation, still lakes, green fields and magnificent waterfalls the helicopter cross the threshold to the county of Great Himalayas. After landing at the airfield in Syangboche (12,340ft), ultimate groundwork will be made. A necessary groundwork to acclimatize the altitude will be followed by equipping every squad member with highly equipped mountaineering oxygen.Then the ultimate heli journey in the Himalayas started. The Aerial view of Everest 8848m, Nuptse7879m, Lhotse 8501m, Amadablam 6856m no doubt worths a shot. Mr. Westphal and friends were completely satisfied with the excitement and adventurous provided during the heli tour to witness the supreme beauty in the great Himalayas in the Everest region. After spending time viewing the Mt. Everest and other Himalayan ranges the helicopter flew back to Kathmandu.
Everest- A close up view from the helicopter.
Pics: Explore Himalaya.
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