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Helicopter Tour Nepal, going to remote corners of the Himalaya by helicopter is a pleasurable and exciting activity. There are three types of helicopters currently operating in the private sector. The most frequently seen is the powerful Russian-made MI-17. This is a big bird, capable of transporting four tons of cargo and can reach altitudes well in excess of 5,000 m. The other Helis are the smaller and more maneuverable French-made Ecureuil AS350B series and the Kawasaki BK 117. They are smooth and quiet and offer excellent visibility.
If you arent able to go for weeks long trekking in the Himalayas still you have a chance to observe and feel the natural beauty of Nepal by Helicopter Tours. Helicopter Tour is just for you and the easier way to visit Nepal.
Helicopter Tour Nepal around the Himalayan range in the north has more than 100 peaks that are over 6000 meters, of which 8 summits are among the worlds tallest, and of course, the one and only Mt. Everest is not to be missed. The fertile land in the south known as Terai boasts of abundant wildlife. To add more to your itinerary, you have the Kathmandu Valley with its ancient cities, temples and monasteries, and the Pokhara Valley with its beautiful lakeside town nestled in the lap of the Himalayas. Visit all these areas can be managed within a couple of days without any obstacles.
Nepal, having high mountains and beautiful scenic countryside but is easily accessible by land transport, is known as Helicopter Country. The helicopter services industry in Nepal is now well established with many types and categories of helicopters. The pilots are very experienced professionals with thousands of flying hours experience in Nepal. The helicopter service companies have excellent reputations and proven records for dependable emergency and rescue flight operations.
Here we would like to offer some of the wonderful helicopter tours to the Nepal Himalaya. For more details information about Nepal Helicopter tour itinerary visit our programs.
My sister and I had decided to trek to Everest Base Camp by ourselves as a way to celebrate my sisters recent graduation, but as the days passed, and we gained altitude, my sister started to notice her heart was beating noticeably irregularly, even when we were at rest and not trekking. ...read more