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Annapurna Base Camp Helicopter Trekking Tour
Trekking in the Annapurna Region, 4th: Nepal Trekking Guides - Bryn Thomas,Jamie McGuinness,Henry Stedman
Trekking in the Nepal Himalaya - Stan Armington,Lonely Planet
Trekking in Nepal - Stephen Bezruchka,Stephen Bezruchka M. D.,Robert Kunstaetter
Porteurs De L'himalaya: Le Trekking Au N... Porteurs De L'himalaya: Le Trekking Au Népal (Mappemonde) - Isabelle Sacareau

Annapurna Base Camp Trek and fly back by Helicopter Tour or ABC Helicopter Trek is alternative trekking of the Annapurna Base Camp Trek. All trekkers might not have 2 weeks' time for the trekking so, these trekking packages significantly reduced the trekking time period. Peregrine Treks and Tours make a customized itinerary as per the trekker’s requirements. Also, we do not charge a single supplement charge with clients even there is only one person on the trek. Annapurna Base Camp Helicopter Trek is the popular trekking tour package amount the trekkers.


Highlights of Annapurna Base Camp Helicopter Trekking Tour

  • Annapurna Base Camp Trek via Poon Hill or direct
  • Fly back to Pokhara by helicopter which saves at least 3 days time
  • Panoramic Mountain view from Annapurna Base Camp, Poon Hill and during the trek
  • Terrace farming land, Gurung and Thakali ethnic community
  • Spectacular view of Mount Annapurna I, II, IV, South, Mount Fishtail, Dhaulagiri Range, Manaslu, and many trekking peaks

The Annapurna Base Camp Trek is popular trekking in the world and thrilling helicopter rides make this trekking more adventurous. The trekkers can see the mountain views as well as the ethnic group settlement from the landscape view via trek and bird's eye view from trekking. The Annapurna Base Camp Helicopter trekking tour offers you the awe-inspiring views of colossal peaks from different sight that you have never explored. Possibly the most naturally gorgeous and floral rich area of Nepal –Annapurna Region is blessed with coruscating of the Himalayas of Annapurna Range enhanced marvelously with the region’s astonishing landscapes.


We will start this Annapurna Base Camp Trekking tour from Kathmandu by bus or scenic flight to Pokhara. During this trek, we cross the eye-catching lush and green forest of the Rhododendron, pine oaks, and legendry Gurung villages. Poon Hill – famous vantage point for exciting sunrise and sunset is another attraction of this trek. You can see the Annapurna massif panoramic view, mount Dhaulagiri, Mount Manaslu, and many small peaks.


Get pleasure from the natural charisma of distant gigantic mountain peaks making a manifestation while trekking on the trail to ABC and be the very center of the relaxing environment filled with charming sights and paradise-like magnificence. During this trek to Annapurna Base Camp, we will enjoy the city of paradise Pokhara. The Pokhara city is situated in the lap of the Phewa Lake and from here we can see the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himalayan range and Peace Stupa. 


During this trek, we can do sightseeing in Pokhara and Kathmandu. In Pokhara, we will visit Gupteshwor Cave, Davi’s fall, boating in Phewa Lake, suspension bridge, International mountain museum and many more. Similarly, in Kathmandu, we will sightsee in Pashupatinath temple, Boudhanath Stupa, Swayambhunath Stupa, Kathmandu Durbar Square, Patan Durbar Square, and other destinations.


Annapurna base camp helicopter tour flight from Pokhara

If you are unable for the trek because of any reason, you can take a direct helicopter flight from Pokhara. This is a 1-hour tour (15 minutes to go there, 15 minutes to return back and half an hour free time at Annapurna Base Camp.


Annapurna Helicopter tour cost

The Annapurna Helicopter Tour cost is based on the traveler’s requirement. It would be better to take the full Package with us. Please write an email at info@peregrinetreks.com for the detailed Annapurna Helicopter Tour Cost.


Helicopter ride in Pokhara price

Helicopter ride in Pokhara price starts from USD 350 per person. This includes land transfers to Pokhara airport from your Pokhara hotel and a one-hour helicopter ride. We will provide a group discount too for this tour. It would be better if you email us at info@peregrinetreks.com


Annapurna base camp trek 5 days

From Pokhara, you can complete Annapurna Base Camp trek 5 days by using the helicopter to return back. We will provide a customized itinerary for this Annapurna Base Camp trek 5 days trekking tour.


Annapurna base camp helicopter tour cost

Annapurna Base Camp Helicopter Tour cost depends on the number of the participants on the group, service level like accommodation standard, meal plan, trekking support staff. Please write an email at info@peregrinetreks.com for the Annapurna Base Camp Helicopter tour cost.


Annapurna base camp helicopter tour from Kathmandu

Annapurna Base Camp Helicopter tour from Kathmandu will be slightly costly because of the helicopter from Kathmandu. It would be better to take a regular flight from Kathmandu to Pokhara and a helicopter ride to ABC and fly back to Kathmandu from Pokhara on the regular flight.


Annapurna base camp helicopter landing tour

Annapurna Base Camp Helicopter landing tour is a helicopter tour from Pokhara to the base camp of Annapurna. This is a private tour and needs at least 4 people at one group and cost is USD 1300 per flight from Pokhara and USD 4500 per flight from Kathmandu.


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Choose The Right Kailash Mansarovar Tour Package That Suits Your Budget

To make the journey for the pilgrims more cost-effective, comprehensive and less hectic, the Kailash Mansarovar tour package needs to be selected accordingly. Following two are the best tour packages, click here...

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review 2020-02-09 14:06
5 Instagram places in Nepal
  1.  If you're planning for a calm vacation to catch the most amazing moments that'll leave others amazed then Nepal Honeymoon packages are always the best option. There are numerous areas offering perspectives and sceneries which will leave everybody.

  2. 1. Chitwan National Park:-


Chitwan National park is among the most visited with World Heritage Sites in Nepal that delivers the magnificence of marshes, grasslands, wildlife and wildlife. If you're searching for the breaking images to your Instagram that the rhinos, your needs can be complemented by tens of thousands of tigers from the Park, leopards, wild elephants, sloth bears and bird species from all possible facets. Can shock bands and your buddies when caught live in the territory of Nepal. You might opt for a amidst dense forests of Nepal to find the experience of watching the wildlife.


  1. 2. Ilam: -



The splendor of the tree backyard can be unmatched from virtually any angle and is invincible. A holiday visit to Ilam can rejuvenate your psychological and physical energy Even though it's somewhat unaffected by travelers. Even a bird or A tea tour could provide one of the sceneries which you would have not seen in films.


Bird and mount Kanchenjunga is seen by tens of thousands of tourists to see the beauty of Nepal. Ilam is Nepal with views of tree plantation's tea district which could complement your Instagram profile. You need to hold camera or a telephone on your hands and you can view a lot of pictures beautifying the gallery of your mobile phone while returning from Ilam.


  1. 3. Bhaktapur: -

The palaces of the assumptions and the durbar square deliver beauty that is amazing that someone should visit in a life. Taleju temple, Dattatreya temple, nyatopoda temple, and Bhairavnath temple also provides views published and to be recorded on Instagram. Bhaktapur, one of those very cities of Nepal provides the views of monuments and temples, palaces after becoming damaged.


If you're inclined to see this Nepal city's authentic vibrant and artistic side this area ought to be ticked on the very best. Bhaktapur's marketplace is also famous for handicrafts, pottery and its puppets that may make somewhere on your Instagram profile enhancing the attractiveness of your own gallery.


  1. 4. Annapurna region: -


If you're coming for a visit to Nepal on your holiday then the Annapurna area is a must-have place from the Nepal tour packages which can be worthy of your existence. Trekking in the Annapurna Himalaya area is among the greatest adventures for both beginners in addition to pros as the sceneries which are currently enclosing the hills will improve your endurance. Can match your visit.



  1. 5. Khumbu Valley: -



At last, the magic of the wonderland is unmatchable although trek into Khumbu Valley is among those amazing points that need a heart to conquer. Some extraordinary destinations like Monkey temple, Tengboche Monastery and amazing views of Mt. Everest may also be seen.


The images which may be recorded from Khumbu's valleys surpass the expectations of beauty that you may envision. Being at elevation this is not for everybody although there are a number of areas in Nepal that may provide views you might not have expected to have on your phone's gallery. But together with Get Ur Holidays traveling companion, you are able to get out of it using photographers and the guides that will assist you catch some epic minutes.

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review 2013-10-28 03:45
The Godfather of Kathmandu (Sonchai Jitpleecheep, Book 4)
The Godfather of Kathmandu - John Burdett As you travel to foreign countries, you probably always ask yourself - do people of these other cultures think the same way we do, even though they speak a separate language? Don't they value the same things we do, have the same sense of right and wrong, and so on? It's tempting to think so. Burdett consistently puts the lie to that - even writing as an American. His hero Sonchai consistently exposes us to a human, but alien, value system, yet it's close enough to ours to that we can relate to it, even if we might not share it. Or as Sonchai says: Do not judge me too harshly, farang (foreigner). (You know how you are.) In the wasteland where narrative rots, Good Thief may be the highest aspiration. Let he who is without karma cast the first stone. Filled with an intriguing and shocking mystery, the atmosphere of Thailand, nearly pornographic descriptions of the food of Thailand, and an exotic excursion to Tibet, I can't recommend this book highly enough.
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review 2013-10-12 03:00
Video Night in Kathmandu: And Other Reports from the Not-So-Far East
Video Night in Kathmandu: And Other Reports from the Not-So-Far East - Pico Iyer,Robin Desser Iyer in his introduction tells us this is “less like a conventional travel diary than a series of essays” of a “casual traveler’s casual observations” of the Asia he saw “over the course of two years... [spending] a total of seven months crisscrossing the continent.” Each chapter covers his thoughts about one country: Bail (Indonesia), Tibet, Nepal, China, Philippines, Burma, Hong Kong, India, Thailand, Japan. Most of the essays have an overarching theme through which he looked at the country. Bali as paradise lost, Nepal as Hippie Magic Bus Tour, India’s Bollywood, Thailand its skin trade, Japan and its passion for baseball. He admitted he had never formally studied Asian affairs and didn't know any of the languages of the countries he visited, but he is well-traveled and well-informed. At the time of his travels he was a writer on world affairs for Time magazine and had written for the Times Literary Supplement, Partisan Review and the Village Voice. The book struck me as rather dated at times, or at least amusingly of its time, the essays mostly being about travels around 1985. A generation has passed since Iyer traveled through these countries. Iyer at first seemed obsessed with this idea of cultural imperialism, hitting that theme continually and calling tourists “lay colonialists” despite showing that those aspects of Western pop culture and ideas are things that Asians adopt--and adapt--for themselves. Just as Westerners often do the same (only to be labeled “cultural vultures” by Iyer.) He seemed oblivious to the ironies of a British-born man of Indian extraction, Oxford and Harvard educated, who called America home ranting about how cultural exchange “corrupts” the “purity” of Asian cultures--while himself as a visitor doing his part to carry the contagion. His very name is a combination of the Buddha’s name and that of an Italian philosopher. He called Japan his “ideal” and he currently lives there with his Japanese wife. So he’s a man who himself mixes cultures, yet seemed often to decry that, or at least be deeply ambivalent. He also sometimes struck me as naive and condescending. I recently read Gilbert’s Eat, Pray, Love and though I had my issues and poked some fun at it in my review, I thought Gilbert had a more balanced view of Bali, which Iyer presented as this paradise without crime and a culture of harmony. Gilbert rather than a few weeks spent months there, and she didn’t spend time as a tourist in the usual expat haunts, but actually interacted with ordinary Balinese. The people weren’t museum artifacts to her that need to be preserved under glass. Yet despite my criticism I don’t regret my time spent reading Iyer. He caught Asia at an interesting time. For instance traveling through China right post-Mao, experiencing the maddening house-of-mirrors communist bureaucracy and the vibrancy of the emerging market economy, Hong Kong while still a Crown colony and the Philippines as “People Power” was ushering the Marcos regime out. He’s erudite, often lyrical, witty and at times funny, and, on occasion heart-breaking. His essay on the Philippines and its crushing poverty comes to mind: sad and surreal. His multinational perspective does make him often insightful about the cross-cultural currents he witnessed. And over the course of his book, and in his epilogue and 2000 afterword, he did seem more nuanced and less judgmental about the exchanges between East and West.
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