Mountain Flights in Nepal
We provide you with a panoramic view of the world's tallest and most spectacular mountains. To provide you with a close-up glimpse of the snow-capped mountains, the comfortable 14-seater plane takes off from Kathmandu and flies beside the Himalayas before bringing you there in an hour. The flight delivers a mind-boggling spectacle as it travels near the impressive mountain ranges of rock and ice.
You will witness Gosainkunda, also known as Shisha Pangma, standing at the majestic height of 8013 m when the plane lifts off and proceeds east. Within a minute, Dorge Lakpa 6966m appears to the right of Gosaikunda. Phurbi Chyachu, which towers over the Kathmandu Valley, is to Dorge Lakpa's right. The mountains get closer and closer as the plane flies by. At 5933 meters, Choba Bhamare is the shortest of the group. Then Gauri Shankar, a mountain that is both outstanding in sight and spiritually, arrives. It is said that this mountain, which offers a magnificent height of 7134 meters and a top that had a history of unsuccessful attempts until 1979, is guarded by Lord Shankar [Shiva] and his bride Gauri. adroit, Gauri-Shankar is
The next peak is Kayrolung, which rises to a height of 6511 meters and shines with the morning sun. With an elevation of 8201 m, Cho-Oyu is the sixth-highest peak in the world. From the air, it appears breathtakingly gorgeous. Gyachungkang is the next item on the menu; at a majestic height of 7952 m, it is regarded as one of the most challenging climbs. To the right of Gyachungkang is Pomori 7161m. As you move closer to Everest, Nuptse 7855 m, which means west peak and denotes its direction from Everest, appears. The 8848-meter-high Mount Everest, also called Sagarmatha by the Nepalese and Chomolungma by the Tibetans, is the highest mountain in the world. To witness, face-to-face while flying over mountains is something else entirely. It continues to be a mystery even as it looms there in front of the eyes.