The world's highest peaks by helicopter
An experience beyond words...
What do you know about Doctor Jack Wheeler ? Called "The Real Indiana Jones" by the Wall Street Journal and considered as one of the greatest explorers of the century, he explored the North Pole 21 times and, at only 14 years old, he was the youngest climber in the world to reach the Mount Matterhorn, 12th highest peak in the Alps, between Italy and Switzerland. From April 28th 2018, during 8 days, Mister Wheeler offers you to come with him during his worldwide tour of the highest peaks in the world by helicopter.
8 lucky ones will be able to climb into an AS350 B3 helicopter, similar to those used by the rescuers in the mountains. During 8 days, they will fly over Kathmandu impressive peaks including, the inescapable Mount Everest ! They will even settle on the famous Himalaya's base camp, at 6 000 meters above the sea level. Other overflight, the one of Gokyo valley and Ngozumpa glacier in Nepal. The experience features giant ice ridges, immaculate lakes, Tibetan monks and Buddhist monastery.
The Nepal peaks tour continues with Lhotse ("South peak" in Tibetan, 8 516 meters), Makalu (8 485 meters), Anapurna (8 091 meters) and Dhaulagiri ("the white mountain", 8 167 meters). The explorers will also visit famous Tilicho lake, one of the highest in the world (4 919 meters), well-known for its blue-electric water. To relax between swimming-pool, Spa and gardens, they will also stay at the luxurious Kathmandu's five-star hotel, former centenary palace, the "Yak & Yeti Hotel", legacy of ballet dancer and Russian exile Boris Lissanevitch. Price for such a stay ? 22 500 dollars per person.