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Mountain Flight

mountain flight

Do you want to see the Everest but you also don’t want to trek all the up to see the on top of the world? Don’t worry we have got you covered with the Panoramic mount flight that rounds around the Everest.

Such a mountain flight experience is beyond definable and beyond your imagination, because we are very sure that you have not seen anything like this before. Imagine this, sitting in your window seat and you are dashing out of the clouds cruising at an altitude of around 25,000 ft glistening in the morning sun, were immediately visible dashing through the clouds and flying like a bird, truly only a bird gets such a glorious view of the mountains. Where you are literally just few feet away from the high flying birds and this close to the mountain.

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Not having to trek for all those days and yet having the privilege of seeing some of the highest peak in the world. This is one of the easiest ways to actually having the experience of seeing the Himalayan Mountains from up close. Buy a ticket and you’re taken on an hour long flight that flies higher than some of the Himalayan peaks, looking down on glaciers and high altitude lakes. Nepal has eight of the highest mountains in the world and the only way to see them all is by flying past them. Even mountaineers don’t get to see all of the mountain them up close all in a day. The hostess identifies the individual peaks and the pilot invites each passenger to the cockpit to take pictures of Everest from their large windscreen.

In the far west you can see the mighty Annapurna and Mount Dhaulagiri and on the eastern side you can see Everest, Makalu and Kanchenjunga. all these mountain. The skyline seems as if it’s never going to end with the endless jagged row of high snowy peaks stretching far into the distance. The endless coming of mountain peaks one after the other is someone beyond imagination and is just unbelievable.

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