About Annapurna Base Camp Heli Tour
"Nepal has so many exotic spots that are not accessible by land, and heli-tours would be just the ideal trip to warm your holiday spirits."
The lively Himalayan range in the north has more than 100 peaks that are over 6000 meters, of which 8 summits are among the world's tallest, and of course, the one and only Mt. Everest is highlighted in your Annapurna Base Camp Helicopter Tour. The fertile lands in the south known as the ‘Terai’ also boast of the abundant wildlife that’s extraordinary to view from your helicopter. Annapurna Base Camp Heli Tour can be what dreams are made off. There’s Kathmandu Valley laid out for you with its ancient cities, temples, and monasteries. Whereas the City of Lakes, Pokhara Valley with its beautiful lakeside town perched like a baby in the laps of the stunning Himalayas. Touring these prime tourist areas can be organized within a couple of days without any obstacles that may interfere with your time constraints.
Some of the helicopters used in Nepal are the Russian MI-17, which is a large bird, capable of transporting 04 tons of cargo & can fly to an altitude of 5000m. The other crafts available are the smaller, quiet French-made ‘Ecureuil AS350B series that offer more visual points & are easy to maneuver around the Himalayas. Also on hand is the Kawasaki BK-117. These are smooth birds that offer a lot of visibility from different angles. The Bell 206B III Jet Ranger helicopter is also well known for its Himalayan exploits, especially with rescue & evacuations.
The helicopter services industry in Nepal is now a well-established air enterprise with many types and categories of helicopters. The pilots are highly experienced professionals with thousands of hours of flying hours experience in Nepal’s rugged landscapes. The helicopter companies have excellent reputations and proven track records for dependable emergency & rescue flight operations. There are eight companies operating Helicopter services in Nepal. Helicopter Tours are simply a wonderful way of exploring the mystical abodes of the Himalayas, where the gods are said to reside.