Skydive from Mount Everest

December 13, 2013

Be part of history in an adventure on the top of the world — the Everest Skydive.

In this elite, record-breaking adventure which is one of CNN’s top “Try Before You Die” Adventure List, you will freefall from the height of 29500 ft right in front of the majestic Mount Everest, rushing past the world’s highest mountain peaks in what is undeniably the highest commercial aerial event in the world. View Earth from above as you freefall, feasting on spectacular views of Kathmandu’s stunning snowy mountain peaks and the scenic Sherpa settlements of the Everest region.

The fall ends with a parachute ride down the Syangboche Airport (12340ft) or the Ama Dablam Base Camp (15,000ft) which is the highest drop-off point in the world. There a entourage of a helicopter, local yaks, ponies, and porters will meet you for the return trip to base camp.

Check out the experience at the official site.



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Source: Incredible Adventures | Everest Skydive

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