Adventurer Holly Budge, 29, described the experience as "amazing, just spectacular" after making a safe landing at 3,900 metres (12,870 feet).
The Hampshire camerawoman was one of three skydivers in Nepal to make the first plunge from above the world's highest peak.
"We had one minute of freefall and while we were above the clouds you could see Everest and the other high mountains popping out of the top," she said.
The trio, described by onlookers are looking "like tiny birds flying in the blue sky", faced sub-zero temperatures and fast-changing weather when they touched down in the foothills of the mountain.
Skydiving at altitudes just higher than the summit of Mount Everest created numerous challenges for the project.
Due to the thin air, their parachutes were three times the size of regular ones, and the jumpers used oxygen tanks strapped to their waists.
They also wore neoprene undersuits and thermal gear to keep out the freezing temperatures as they leapt out at about 8,940 metres (29,500 feet).