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Everest, Himalayas, Nepal, Part I, January 2012


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Every time Dima goes on a photo trip to shoot mountains, our entire team impatiently awaits for the news from the front lines. That's right, from the front lines, because Dima traditionally finds all sorts of adventures in the mountains. It may be a suddenly malfunctioning camera, or unexpected weather changes. Or a volcano, just recently shooting a 20km-tall column of ashes, would suddenly go to sleep... Dima's personal view on such events is rather philosophical: he believes that one's entire life is governed by karma, the law of cause and effect. In order to get a deeper understanding of this mysterious phenomenon, he joined a yoga tour to India and Nepal. Obviously, when Dima suddenly called and told us that he was going to shoot Mount Everest in a couple of hours, all of us — to the best of everyone's individual skills — sent positive vibrations his way in hope to change his karma. Alas, our skills had their limits. At the end of the day we got another phone call: Dima happily informed us that he had a fantastic flight, and that there were so many beautiful mountains around. He even saw Mount Everest and tried to shoot it, but... he had to go back due to the hard crosswind that stopped their helicopter few kilometers before Everest. After that, one by one, two of his three cameras broke down. Our colleague Ivan Roslyakov dragged us out of our depression by saying: "The tour needs a spherical panorama of Mount Everest? No problem! About six months ago I went on a trekking expedition to Nepal. We took the same route, as Dima's helicopter did. We even managed to get a bit higher than Dima, so I photographed Mount Everest". The idea of combining aerial shots from the helicopter and ground photography seemed very good. Let's take a moment and listen to Dmitriy Moiseyenko's exciting story of his flight to Mount Everest before viewing our new virtual tour.

The trip to Mount Everest

It was my fifth trip from India to Kathmandu, the capital of Nepal. Tired of walking the streets, I decided to stop at one of the restaurants with a fabulous view of Boudhanath stupa for a cup of tea with honey.

Boudhanath stupa

Boudhanath stupa in Kathmandu  

Here I was, sitting by the window, when suddenly my tranquility was interrupted by a couple of helicopters cutting through the evening sky... My mind immediately concentrated: if there were helicopters, there was so much to do! That same evening I visited a travel agency, where they told me, "Yes, helicopters were available. But, no, flights over Kathmandu were prohibited. However, yes, there were plenty of alternative routes" The list of alternative routs' names sent my head spinning, and my mind clung to one familiar word — Mount Everest!

Note: The border of China and Nepal goes right through the peak of the highest mountain in the world (8 848 meters). Or, the border of Tibet and Nepal. The definition entirely depends on reader's political views. Mt. Everest is a part of the Himalayas, a rather narrow mountain range that separates the Indian and the Asian tectonic plates (the Tibetan Plateau) Ten out of fourteen 8K Peaks are located in the Himalayas, and the rest of them in the nearby Karakoram Range.

I must say that I have seen Mount Everest more than once. I remember my first time, looking out from a Tibetan toilet, which was built on the elevated ground, without a door, and with waist-high walls — so that the "occupant" could enjoy a magnificent view of Mt. Everest being visible to others during the process... The second time I saw it from the plane going from Kathmandu to Lhasa. The third time was from the Tibetan side again, but much closer, from the base camp on 5300m altitude. Recalling this wall of snow, rising over the "not so low" Tibetan plateau, I tried to imagine how would The Mountain look from the Nepalese side...

Note: It is known that 90% of Mount Everest ascensions begin in Tibet, and only 10% in Nepal. The ratio of climbers who make it to the base camp is just about the same. The base camp hosts all expeditions. This is where climbers go through altitude acclimatization, prepare their gear, and test their equipment before the summit...

I sent out requests to three helicopter companies, and only one replied on the next day: we can fly to Everest!

The helicopter could get up to 20 000 feet (about 6 300 meters), the wind was acceptable — 50 km/h, the temperature at the highest altitude was -35C degrees. Well, it was winter after all. January of 2012...

Since I always shoot through the open door, it was time for some shopping. After an hour of bargaining at the local shop, the entire set of gear: North Face two-layered fleece jacket, North Face down parka, K2 gloves, High Tech boots and a Nepalese knitted hat — was purchased for just 94 USD.

It is -35C outside, and the door must remain open

It is -35C outside, and the door must remain open  

Next morning I learned something very interesting in the office of the helicopter company: there was a weather station in the base camp area, but it's been silent for a month. They expected it to be fixed in the summer. Weather updates could be received over the phone from the nearest village. Or from Google. So far the day was clear, not a single cloud. However, yesterday, all flights were canceled due to the strong wind.

A map was spread over the table. "Well, — said the Nepalese, — where do you want to go?" "Oh, no! This is my first time here, so please take me to where I can have the best view on Mount Everest, flying next to the face of the mountain". They said, "Well, it could be complicated, since there is a couple of 7K peaks right in front of it, but don't worry, you'll get the best Everest view. Now, let's hurry up, before the wind gets stronger." Then the pilot spoke up, "I'm not flying with this madman alone. He wants to open the door! What if the wind blows harder, and the helicopter gets knocked off? Or what if we loose all oxygen, and I faint, and he falls out? That's it, I need an assistant. And several oxygen masks!"

Oxygen tanks

Oxygen tanks  

Finally, we were in the airport. A perfect morning haze covered Kathmandu village as we took off, flying over the suburbs, brick plants, smokestacks, fields, and hills... Since the greater part of Nepal lies on the foothills of the Himalaya, local people spent last couple of thousand years converting most of the hills into agricultural terraces to maintain food supply. These terraces stretch over 200 kilometers from Kathmandu to Everest.

After 40 minutes flight we stopped in Lukla, the Sherpa village. This was the last village with an airfield before the base camp. One end of its runway went right into the mountains, and the other ran over a cliff. Thank God, we had a helicopter. We dropped the fuel that we'd use on our way back, had a cigarette and took off! Our helicopter was flying between the mountains, not above them... The pilot pointed out "Everest!" From my previous trips to Tibet I leaned how to tell Mount Everest from others — there is always a little cloud at the side of its peak. Actually, it must be one of Nature's special tricks to show little humans who's the boss. It was Everest alright, but only that its peak was barely visible between other peaks. However down below we could see the monastery, the last one before the base camp, right on the mountain pass, surrounded by cliffs. Here it was, the first point! I was taking pictures, than doing a second take... Checking... Hm, the focus was off... No problem, I will shoot it again on the way back.

We kept on flying, the altitude was over 4 km, snowy plateaus and frozen lakes just started to appear in front of me... Suddenly, we went down. Why? The pilot replied, "We have to let go of two people, we are going to fly really high, we must have enough power"... I asked him, "How are you going to fly without a second pilot?" The pilot didn't answer, unloaded my friend and his co-pilot, handed me the oxygen mask and showed how to put it on.

We took off and in 10 minutes we were going around a huge mountain. The pilot pointed at the glacier covered with shining blue cracks, a rather young glacier, and said "the base camp". I pointed at it "Let's go there!" We approached the turn of the ice river flowing from the highest mountain. Almost there! Little bit longer, and we would see Mount Everest in all its glory... And suddenly... It felt like someone's hit the breaks... We stopped and started slowly moving backwards. In surprise I looked at the pilot, pointing my finger, as if to say "forward!" But for some reason he looked frightened, shaking his had "no". "The wind! He said, "I can't go there, the wind is too strong". There was not a single cloud in the sky; the ice lake was shining in reflections of the sunlight... Nothing spoke of the wind, only the pilot quickly turned around the helicopter, starting to pick up speed, going into the opposite direction. "Hey!" I shouted not into the microphone, but directly into his back. "We still have to shoot"... "No way, I'm not going there," he said... And suddenly I realized the horror of the situation: I was only several kilometers away from Everest, even though its face was hidden behind a couple of other 7K Peaks, but nevertheless, its peak was visible... We were at the altitude of 6 000 meters, breathing oxygen, it took us 1.5 hours to get here, it cost a lot of money, and just because the "driver" was panicking I was supposed to go back empty-handed? No way! I counted to 10, and started praising my pilot: he was a high professional, an ace with a total control over his iron bird, I didn't even notice any wind, and "I'm sure you know how to fly even in storm"... Besides, if we would go back and fly a little higher, we wouldn't have to go that far, we could stay here, a bit closer. Something clicked in the pilot's mind, "Well, I'll try going up and closer, but just once, and not too high..."

Mount Everest view

Mount Everest view  

... Well, I must say that the helicopter was indeed shaking at that altitude ;) Only the thought of disappointed colleagues (if I don't bring decent pictures of Mt. Everest) made me push the pilot, over and over again, to go back to where we could see just a glimpse of the highest mountain in the world... He complained that the wind was crazy, tried to run away, and didn't want to fly higher, hiding by the glacier. Finally I realized that we've reached the limit of his courage, and that it was no chance to get any more of Everest out of him. So I said, "Let's go back" and immediately heard a long sigh of relief.

Two cameras before the death

Two cameras will be dead soon  

We quickly picked up our friends that were freezing at 4 200 meters altitude. Here was the monastery again... I remembered about my plan to shoot it on the way back. I asked the pilot to slow down. He grumbled once again, this time about the fuel. I started shooting and noticed that my camera acted very odd — no signs of life, whatsoever. First of all I changed the battery — same result. The pilot kept on grumbling in my headphones, and I almost snapped at him to shut up, but then remembered that I was on a yoga tour, and that anger was not a good thing. I took out my second camera, changed the lens right there on my lap, by the open door, attached cords and adjusted settings. The moment I started shooting, I got this funny feeling again, that something was going wrong. And indeed it was. All settings zeroed out, the screen read "0 hours 0 minutes 01.01.2001. Set up the time to begin"... This was suspicious... I grabbed my friend's camera, which he used to film our flight, changed all settings once again (the pilot was boiling with anger)... This time, the camera worked great, and we were off to Lulka airport to fuel up. A short break... On our way back I shot the terraces with my last working camera...

Terraces about kilometer high

Terraces about kilometer high  

After the flight I inspected all my cameras: the first one was completely dead; settings on the second one had to be reset from scratch; and — oh, mystery — the third surviving camera was not mine! I borrowed it from my yoga instructor, who guided our group in India and Nepal. It was obvious: I had to work much more on my karma.

Photography and text by Dmitry Moiseenko and Ivan Roslyakov


Apart from the current virtual tour you can see another one "Everest, Himalayas, Nepal, Part II, December 2012" and read article about the trip.

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David hermes

Very nicce. Virtual feild trips are just amazing.

Nelson S, USA

Thank you AIRPANO Team for this great job.

Palden Tamang, Nepal

i want this a job in this site.

kishan dhameliya, India

needs more detals

leland cannon, USA

Mera everest par chadhana bachapan se hi sapama hai so please hellp me

Anil kumar, India

Very nice and thank for pano. And I want to go to everest . Pls help me

shikha chauhan, India

Nice great views....Thanks

Nepal Planet Treks Expedition, Nepal

magnificas fotos,envidiable viaje,hojala yo lo puiera hacer,es impagable.

mara diaz, Argentina

Not such a cool video

Taylor Brown, USA

The video was cool

Tra'Quan Sims, USA

I loved it

Diamond Green, USA

Nice video

Christian Taylor, USA

I am intrested in going to Mount Everest in near future.Please guide me on my e mail address.

Amit Dani, India

plz help me i am gows to mountain everest
plz tell me i can go now to mauntain everest

neeraj sharma, India

10 วัน Annapurna Base Camp Trek จาก โปขระ

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ช่วง Annapurna เป็นหนึ่งใน เทือกเขา ภูเขา ตระหง่าน ในเทือกเขาหิมาลัย ที่มี Annapurna ฉัน ( 8,091 เมตร) -10 ที่สูงที่สุดใน โลก 10 วัน Annapurna Base Camp ช่วงระยะการเดินทาง เป็น เส้นทางที่ดีที่สุด สำหรับความเข้าใจ ทางวัฒนธรรม และการผจญภัย ในระดับปานกลางและ มุมมองของ เทือกเขาหิมาลัย
ไฮไลท์ :
เดินป่า กับไกด์ ท้องถิ่น ที่มีประสบการณ์และ มีอัธยาศัย และ พนักงาน พนักงานของเรา ได้รับการอบรม และ ได้รับใบอนุญาต จากรัฐบาล เนปาล
ความยืดหยุ่นสูงสุด ในการเดินทาง เส้นทาง ที่มีการ บริการส่วนบุคค&#

Nepal Gyuide info Sanjib, Nepal

Hey m bhi mount everst ki choti pr jana chatha hu.plz help me

neeraj sharma sharma, India

With that amount of magnitude in it,I wonder how your next adventure would be.All the best.
May God save you everytime.:) cheers

Rakshat Chhillar, India

Fabulous... sir I wanna to climb the mount everst so please tell me how it is possible....plssss

bharti soni, India

i have no coment to this magnificeant project

chhatra thapa siris, Nepal

Wonderful views and pictures! Love them

Anna Siu, Ireland

I like your pics but take more(: ):

Natasha pierson, Aruba

wow great photo

Gracy Procopio, USA

its amazing that god has created such wonder to look at...life is beautiful if you are a part of such wonders...

imran suboor mohammed, United Arab Emirates

Just so you know, I placed a disparaging comment here concerning the photographer's cavalier attitude toward the safety of his pilot and his overall arrogance and it was promptly removed by him…so, word of warning: you must post things like, "The photographer is wonderful, and the photographs are beautiful…thank you, thank you!", otherwise they will be quickly removed to maintain the reflection of this gentleman's huge ego.

Anthony McNichol, USA

Dear Anthony, if you want to see your comments on our website, you have to learn to express your thoughts without offenses. We understand, that in your case it can be not easy. But imagine for a moment that somebody will write in our guestbook: Anthony from USA is a «a pompous, arrogant ass» (it is quote from your message). Will you like it?

Varvara, AirPano

the wonders of God's creations that we may never see in our lifetime but are able to through your lenses...please keep up the wonderful job. Your journey is ours too! You inspire us! Big thanks, take care and God bless!

Milanie Bituagan, Philippines

Thank you for this wonderful pictures of this great place. They touch my heart !

Torsten Graveley, Germany

Tuve la oportunidad de ir a Nepal en el año 2004,
es mi lugar en el mundo.

Armando Luis, Argentina

great job god bless u all who did great job thank you jaya nepal

Deepak Nepal, Nepal

sir i want to climb the Great Mount Everest so pls tell me how this posible pls tell me the all of the information and other.

Amit Kumar, India

Thank you so much for sharing your wonderful memories with the world. I deeply respect and appreciate your courage. May God bless you and your family.

Deba Hossain, USA

Thanks for sharking. It's always a dream to fly like you . hope to get more information about how to contact the heli company and how much is the cost? How long it will take you ? i am looking to visit Tengboche Monastery, this is the right youtube for me. TKS

pang bk, Australia

Well wanna go to the EVEREST once in my life!!!!
And readin this article im more excited about it!

B Bunny, India

I truly thank you very much. This is all simply fascinating. If I may, how long did this trip last?

Marina Márquez, Ecuador

mind blowing view of akshardham its fentastic .

dixit bhabhor, India

poo jaaaaaaaaaaaaabbbb!!!!!!!

indian jab, Jordan


C D PATEL, India

Heartly....... thanksssssssss to you for this dream panoramic journey .From me,my frainds& my family members.Have a nice journey of life we pray for you.

sagar patil, India

"I’m grateful to you for sharing this great work with us. This is the way of life.
Be well and happy.

Ko Htwe

Khin Maung Htwe, Myanmar

Thank you. Nothing could be more wonderful than this. I have been researching for a trip to see Everest, and this is the most elaborate and accurate detail I could find.

Partha Mitra, India


Bella Thomas, Denmark

Excellent piece of work! Brings back memories of my trek to Base Camp in Nov 2010. The scenery is stunning and I would say to people if you get the chance, go and see it for yourselves.....photo's do not portray the scale of it all. And if you do go visit the monastery at Tengboche, and the womens monastery just outside Tengboche, the monks will make you most welcome.......

Paul Klimczak, United Kingdom

excellent photograpy ....i like your tour plan

Alma Abbas, Bangladesh

it is a very beautiful place and very good photograph

rima B K, India

very marvoulous and fantastic great job


Very good try to provide some excellent pictures of himalaya,I think I should visit too.thanks.

Raman Patel, USA

Very nice work, Thank you and your team for making such nice panoramic views of TOP OF THE WORLD, make it available for rest of the world, Thanx again

Dhruba Bhatta, Nepal

everest summit day video is very beautiful and fantastic, even after seeing for so many times it makes me to see for one more time with a very good background music

m s nethrashivani, India

what a beautiful images given to mankind in many angles

monday dhyaneshwaran shivakkumar, India

Thank you for bringing the Creator's great job before my eyes. May God bless you.

Anthony Ho, Hong Kong

revival of my memories of my trek to MT.EVEREST BASE CAMP;alongwith my daughter in 2011. We came to know the seriousness of TENZING HILLARY (LUKLA)airport only after completion of the trek. Trek was really a nice experience. I was a senior citizen when I did the trek. GOD is really great to give us such a unforgettable experience at this age. I am really grateful to HIM.


Supeb pictures :D

Noisy Boy, Nepal

thank you for this great pano

sahil manhas, India

Fantastic. Thanks a lot for the great views.

Carlos Vido, Brazil

thank you. very good...

Hamid Amouie, Iran

Sorry mate,cannot Rate it over 5 Stars !! Amazing,Spectacular, Breathtaking...and any number of words would not be enough to define this,It would even Please Lord Edmund Hillary.

Sunjit Singh Machra, India

Awesome Sceneries...Eye Cooling...FEAST.. ENCHANTING PANORAMIC VIEWS! Real Painstaking work...with zeal and patience too! U ALL HAVE GOT THE REWARD...BY Getting d glimpses of HEAVENLY PLACE!!!
Thanks a lot to All enthus. -La'Kant / 24-8-12


It's Amazing and your job is a good Great Job

Hary Kramp, Indonesia

"Wah! Amazing! What a wonderful experience i had viewing several clips and videos of your hard work and commitment! Congratulation for contributing such "wonders" to humanity!"


Wah! Amazing! What a wonderful experience i had viewing several clips and videos of your hard work and commitment!
Congratulation for contributing such "wonders" to humanity!

Paulson That, India

Marvelous! Exciting! Fantastic!
Impressed very much.

Paulson That, India

Mount Everest- Great! no place can beat these virgin ice hills, untouched heaven, Wonderful place, i will definitely go and see this place before i die.
and i superlike this videography, u guys are doing great job to show the world different beautiful places.

Ashish Basnet, India

Thank you! Your comment is very pleasant to us.

Varvara, AirPano

this is remarkable achivement by man kind, dreaming for the world in your pocket, god bleses you and your achivement, ITS HEAVEN


It is beautiful - experience. Thanks.

Dano Dudas, Slovakia

this is an awesome idea one who cant go there can really enjoy this trip......all the best kudos..

ashwin joseph, India

Excellent work.Thank

le vinhbinh, Vietnam

Hats off to the team behind this wonderful Ariel work. We (Hindus from India) always dream to have visit of Everest at least once in a life. Having seen your work, my dream seems come true in a way, no matter I will be able to visit Everest or not. Thanks a lot.

Narayan Chaachu, Saudi Arabia

Thanks for visiting us as well as for your message left here.

Varvara, AirPano

Thank you! You have made my WEEK!!!! Looking forward to lots more.......

Yaelah Gal




Dinesh Kumar kasinathan, India

Amazing efforts done , excellent viewing !


Wow It's so refrashing to view the world on the computer thru your inginuity and photography.Thanks a million.

dhun engineer, USA


Richard Deutsch, Austria

Panorama is exallant. I enjoyed it. Thank you.

Sumant Patel, USA

Congratulations. Simply amazing. Thanks a lot and keep doing same way. This helps us to know places that maybe we never see. Regards RM.

Raúl Martínez, Spain

Very engrossing, donot feel like switching off.

almost feels you are there in person.

Raj Vyas, Canada


Umesh Kumar, India

never seen anything like this before,!!!!!wow,am a photographer by choice,and work like this is like-8th wonder of the world, G R E A T

Suman Saha, India

Wonderfully Mind Blowing...keep on Going..and Let us share your amazing shots.

apel musa, Bangladesh

Lindo, excelente trabalho, para quem adora apreciar a natureza ou lugares extremamente lindos esta ? uma dessas paisagens. Parabens a todos pelo trabalho e espero mais lugares que n?o podemos visitar mas olhar bem de perto.

Paulo castro, Brazil

Wonderful that you liked this work, Paulo. Good luck!

Varvara, AirPano

Excelente trabalho, meus parabéns, pelas ótimas performance e obrigada pelo prazer que vc nos proporciona em ver estes lugares maravilhosos que muitos de nos jamais imaginou que pudesse existir.

Valmir da Cunha, Brazil

Fantástico, numca tive uma experiência assim, é maravilhoso.

Reinaldo Soares, Brazil

merci airpano

kamal zarrin, Iran

Thank you all, for your great views of the world .
Is there any possibility of us getting to see the
Kailash Mansarovar views in the near future ? Or can you please tell if it is on your list ?

Usha Rani, India

Dear Usha, The full list of our 360 virtual tours doesn't contain this place. In 2012 we are not going to take pictures of it. May be, later.

Varvara, AirPano

Maravilhoso, maravilhoso, demais ...

Eliane Moreira, Brazil

Amazing photography have trekked all these places and feel very proud to have done this ! so nice to look at places i have been in nepal ( well done )

Sheila Thwaites, United Kingdom

Thanks. It is nice to hear that.

Varvara, AirPano

it is real wonderfull ! and spectacular! specially because i did the trail from lukla to base camp and further and i had that wonderfull breathtaking view from the top of the kalapatar

barry louwe, Netherlands

That's nice

Varvara, AirPano



great job,and excellent work done by your team,congratulations and thankyou.

anantalakshmi surya, India

Incredibily Amazing. Good work. All the power shots are stunnnnning...May God Bless You all....Thank you for sharing..

Vidul Nagda, India

How remarkable the human spirit is when it adapts humbly & peacefully with nature, the landscape terraces an inspiring example. Your selection of music For the Joy of it All by <Karunesh> how splendid, great sense of music!!!

Louis Loizou, Cyprus

Absolutely brilliant.I am an avid follower of Everest expeditions.Your beautiful presentation with equally outstanding music choice took me to the summit of Everest and gave me a Thrill of a Lifetime I will be showing it to my family and friends.Thank you Kate

Kate Smith, United Kingdom

We appreciate your interest in this panorama, Kate. Good luck!

Varvara, AirPano

wow!! it is beyond description!subliminous!!!thanks a million

Rajashree Gudi, USA

谢谢你给我们展示了这个世界上离天最近的地方。它美得让人窒息让人不可思议。 这是世界上最纯洁的地方,因为你们的拍摄让他的美毫无保留的表现出来 谢谢你们出色的工作

Jun Yang, China

Thank you so much so sharing such a beautiful panoramic picture of the whole journey from above. So appreciate and Thank you again.

Oh TeowBeng, Malaysia

It gives us pleasure to have your message. And we are glad you liked this pano.


Fantastické panorama.Miluji hory a do Himalají jsem se podívala alespoň virtuálně.DÍÍÍKY-GREAD

sona vasickova, Czech Republic

1 x űen fantasztIQs

Tóth Imre,H-8400 Ajka, Hungary


Acácio silva, Portugal

Thanks for visiting Nepal. Plz do visit again, we welcomes you

Nouman Siddique, United Arab Emirates

Do I thank you or almighty God- Allah for creating you with superb talent second to none in this field? How a simple doctor like me can find any collection of words to define God gifted quality of a genius. Have you always been known like this in your country? or Whether there has been a turning factor in your life,if so what/when?

Bharat Dr Sinha, United Kingdom

but i want to download all songs

atman SHAH, India

spettacolare ed emozionante viaggio nel vostro sito complimenti vivissimi

filippo palermo, Italy

Thank you for sharing the world with us,you have a great job.

Aldo Aquino, USA

The bets I have seen and will share with others.
Good luck. God bless. ebs. jabulani

Ernest B. Sundaram, India

We appreciate your interest in this pano.

Varvara, AirPano

Thank you for bringing Mt Everest into my living room. This is probably the closest I will ever get to this beautiful and fascinating work of nature!

Bela Raja, India

awesome breath taking picture capture..hats off

bhushna bansode, India

I have been to Nepal twice to trek to Mt. Everest Base Camp (EBC) in 2008 and Annapuna Base Camp (ABC) in 2004. I used my feet to come true my dreams. This was an adventureful trekking in Himalayas. Thank you so much for sharing. It reminds me of an experience I have trekked. Great job.

Candice Sun, Taiwan Region

You are welcome! We would be glad to share with you another beautiful views placed on this site.

Varvara, AirPano

It's awesome, even the music is so graceful. Thanks for sharing.

Joyce Tsai, Taiwan Region

Thank you for sharing, I enjoy the trip,
it's an ecstasy¡¡¡

Alejandra Barrera de Fernández, Mexico

a splendid job, so unique not everybody can do and will have the utmost passion like you!

cecilia manansala, Philippines

thank you, Cecilia! We try to do our best.

Varvara, AirPano


ynnah andres, Hong Kong

simply fantastic

ashvin jain, India

Excelente tour por el mundo.....

Walther Beltran A., Colombia

molto bella la foto del signor IMALAWA

marisa forini, Italy


omid khaji, Iran

Great tour!

Dan Carter, USA

Brilliant work.You have brought life (both emotional&picturesque) to mount everest

Navin Bhatia, India

Simply spectacular, amazing pictures, ... that makes us float, as if we were flying on it..thank you
Simplesmente espetacular,impressionante...imagens que nos faz flutuar, como se nos estivessemos voando sobre elas
wilson - brazil

wilson cordebello, Brazil

Many thanks! Go on flying!

Varvara, AirPano


桑巍 桑巍 中国, China


peng cheng, China

Que hermoso lugar!!! Cuanto me alegro de recibir sus viajes en mi mail, es viajar desde mi casa y conocer. Felicitaciones y gracias por compartirlo!!!!

Graciela Rodriguez, Argentina

Wow....great...great....the report and pictures are awesome and the panorama picture was amazingly put together that it standout like LIVE picture...Thank you for putting in the web....

Rohit Shrestha, Nepal


王 尧, China

Excellent pictures so sharp.Would you name your camaras. Not to sure why a 7mp camera produces
pictures as good as a 18.2mp. still learning.
Best regards

AnthonyChaffe Chaffe, United Kingdom

I’m grateful to you for sharing this great work with us. ALL Praise to ALLAH; who created all of this and who created people like you to show us God’s miraculous work this way. …Thank You

Magdy Saraya, USA

Amazing and excellent work. I am geologist and love what you are doing. Thanks for sharing.


We are happy to be at your disposal. Enjoy viewing!

Varvara, AirPano

Excellente work!!

Marius Launer, Germany

Maravilhoso, uma viagem acima da imaginação, obrigada.

Nádima Nascimento, Brazil

Maravilhoso, uma viagem acima da imaginação, obrigada.

Nádima Nascimento, Brazil

The mountain shots are just amazing, as one would have expected of such a majestic site, but the terraces - what a surreal and beautiful landscape - it took me completely by surprise! Good show!

Karen Nichols-Rexwall, Sweden

Thanks a lot for your kind opinion!

Varvara, AirPano

Amazing, thank you guys for the best panos ever :)

Vlastislav Tauterman, Czech Republic

thank you ...

Morteza Fallah, Iran

Breathtaking,wonderful, magnificent,spectacular, incredible,awe-inspiring, amazing, stunning, astounding, mind-blowing . . .

Sam Russo, Canada

We are grateful for your high appraisal.

Varvara, AirPano

Excellent work, love what you are doing. Thanks for sharing.

johannes maurits, Mexico

Thanks for visiting us!

Varvara, AirPano