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Mountain Flight in Nepal - 1 Day

Nepal is known worldwide as the home of the highest peaks, deepest gorges, and many other extremes. The Himalayas in the north is a Mecca for adventure seekers all over the world. The glacier lakes, high peaks, and panoramic views are a perfect mix of beauty and adventure.

Himalayas is the youngest mountain range in the world formed by the crashing of Indian plate into Eurasian plate. The majestic peaks with religious values are hyped by the tales of mountaineers. The tour is a short, easy and exciting way to explore the Himalayas without the hassles of long treks.

The trip starts with the views of Kathmandu valley, green hills, and other spell-binding landscape. Langtang range comes into view as the flight advances towards the mountain region. Mount Everest is the first to come into view followed by Ama Dablam, Lhotse, Makalu, and others.

The bird-eye view of the mountains is a delight as the craft flies parallel to the ranges. The snow-capped mountains are majestic sights that we capture from up close in photographs. The glaciers, lakes, rock formations and alpine villages add to the beauty of the tour. The air hostesses introduce us to the peaks along with their heights from sea level.

The flight takes off every day during good weather conditions to the mountain regions. The best months for the flight are February – April and October – November with clear weather and beautiful views.  The unobstructed views and a flight over the highest mountain make an unforgettable experience!

Mt Flight

  • Flight with air tax
  • Pick up and Drop of from/to your hotel

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Price From USD$200 USD$190/person
Total $ 190 USD

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