Langtang Helicopter Tour
An Overview of Langtang Helicopter Tour
Langtang Helicopter Tour is a two hour flight adventure over the central Himalaya of Nepal. Enjoy astonishing views of Mt. Langtang, Mt. Lurung, Ganesh Himal, Lakpa Dorje, Yala Peak, Naya Kanga and Mt. Gaurishankar. Identify these majestic giants with the help of your team leader and captain as you soar over the clouds. Land in the beautiful Langtang Village and explore the region in a short span of time. Helicopter Tours are changing the way we see the mountains.
The Langtang Region lies to the north of Kathmandu. Tamangs and Sherpas inhibit the region and still practice ancient Tibetan Tradition. The district borders Tibet (China) in the north, just 12 kilometers north of Syapru Besi.
Why take a Langtang Helicopter Tour instead of trekking in the ground?
Helicopter Tours are popular, easy and luxurious trips to otherwise week long foot adventure. If you have time and fitness to crawl the region like an animal, we do recommend Langtang Valley Trek and Gosainkunda Trek.
However, for those of us squeezed with time and effort, a helicopter tour to Langtang is the ultimate answer. There are also specific perks that come with flying over the mountains.
First of all, the views from above gives a unique above-the-clouds or bird-eye perspective to our journey. Flying above the height, you can see the entirety of the region – the mountains, the glaciers flowing from them, the rivers and dense forest that covers the valley underneath. And this view is only possible through a flight.
Enjoy a luxurious flight full of sightseeing and exploration of the remote region of Nepal, which is normally accessible after 4-5 days of trekking. Explore all of the magnificence of the central Himalaya in just under a few hours. Langtang Valley’s lush hillsides and river as well as large barren hills will amaze you as you fly over them.
Flying to the Langtang Region – A High Altitude Experience
You will enjoy majestic views of mountains, valleys and high altitude lakes along with the experience of high altitude flight by booking this trip. The chopper jumps over high hills, dances with turbulence, and descends into deep valleys while stopping at a few places to explore the beauty of the region.
Besides Langtang, you can also explore other helicopter tours to the highest Everest and largest Annapurna region in Nepal.
Things to See in the Langtang Helicopter Tour
A quick helicopter tour to Langtang is desirable for those having no time or circumstances for a week long sure footed trek in the Langtang Region. Also, Heli tours are popular for their high altitude views of the mountains and civilization, which is not visible from land.
Langtang is a beautiful mountain region bordering Tibet in the north, and traditional Tamangs and Sherpas living along its valley. The region is famous for its preserved ancient culture, untouched by the modern world. Hence, this aerial journey to the region takes one back in time.
Experience and Unforgettable trip to the Himalaya
Our early flight to Langtang departs from Tribhuwan International Airport. As soon as the chopper rises above, beautiful Himalaya range will be seen at the north. The trip is rich packed with high altitude scenery of mountains, hills, settlements and forest.
The helicopter pilot, your captain, will be also your tour leader during the whole trip. S/he will point you in the right direction to gaze in awe as the crew soars above several hills and mountains. The tour will prove amazing.
Langtang Helicopter Tour starts with trip briefing and explaining safety protocols to board the chopper. Once everyone boards, the helicopter takes some time to warm up before taking off from Kathmandu towards the northern region of Langtang.
We arrange pickups from your hotel to the airport and back before and after your trip. We present you the Langtang Helicopter tour to provide you simply the best flying and sightseeing experience.
Explore other trekking options in the Langtang Region.
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