4,884 M

Why choosing a helicopter to climb Carstensz Pyramid ? Helicopter transfers allows fast access and avoids extensive treks into the mountain so that you can reach basecamp without wasting your time and energy trekking through dense jungle and meadow. This option also guarantee you with fresh food and high quality logistic support since we only spent not more than a week in the mountain. Those factor above makes Carstensz Pyramid via Helicopter Transfer as one of our 100% summit success trip.
  • Day 1Bali/Jakarta

    Upon arrival at the International Airport, you will be pick up by our guide and drive you to the hotel. Briefing and gear check then welcome dinner from us.
  • Day 2Bali/Jakarta–Nabire

    In the afternoon or night, we will fly to Nabire. We will arrive at Nabire the next day, also in the afternoon.
  • Day 3Nabire

    Upon arrival, we will go to the hotel. Stay overnight
  • Day 4Nabire-Enarotali-Yellow Valley (Base Camp)

    We go to the airport early in the morning. If weather is good, we fly by helicopters to Yellow Valley.
  • Day 5Yellow Valley (Base Camp)

    Acclimatization day. We can also do some training for ascending and descending.
  • Day 6Summit Day

    Carstensz Pyramid summit bid. We start at Dawn.
  • Day 7Yellow Valley (Base Camp)-Enarotali-Nabire

    If the weather is good, we will be pick up again by Helicopters and fly back to Nabire. Stay overnight at the hotel in Nabire.
  • Day 8Nabire-Bali/Jakarta

    Flight to Bali/Jakarta. End of expedition
  • Day 9Spare days


Helicopters can only fly maximum 2 times a day in the morning. After that it’s likely to be foggy and too risky to try. Wasting money just to try. So, if there are more than 6 persons (including guides), there will be one-day differences to take all members to Base Camp.


  • Domestic flights from Bali/Jakarta-Nabire and return
  • Airport tax for domestic flights
  • Airport transfer at Bali/Jakarta and Nabire
  • One night hotel (twin share) at Bali/Jakarta before and after the climb
  • Accomodation (twin share) and meals at Nabire before and after the climb
  • Travel permit from Indonesian Police Department
  • Helicopter flight from Nabire to Base Camp and return
  • Meals on the mountain
  • Tents, cooking stoves and utensils
  • Guide and cook
  • Transport of 20 kg personal equipment by Helicopter
  • International flight to and from Bali/Jakarta
  • Indonesian Visa
  • Personal clothing and climbing equipment
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Personal expense for laundry or telephone
  • Meals at Bali/Jakarta
  • Emergency costs for evacuation
  • Additional costs due to Return To Base (RTB) condition of Helicopter because of bad weather that is beyond the control of the expedition
  • Tips for Guide and Cook
  • Excess Baggage