It’s either today, or it’s never. Bungee Jumping in Nepal is one of the most exciting adventures one could think of. And the deep Georges of Nepal makes it a perfect spot for this thrilling adventure. Bungee Jumping in Nepal costs low and the fun is more. Also, read about Bungee Jumping in Pokhara.
- 1 Bungee Jumping in Kathmandu- The last resorts
- 2 Bungee Jumping in Pokhara:
- 3 Conclusion
Bungee Jumping in Kathmandu- The last resorts
Just close your eyes to imagine a bridge over a 160m high tropical gorge with Nepal’s wildest rivers raging below. If this imagination gives you goosebumps, it’s time to JUMP.
The last resort, just 3 hours drive from Kathmandu is the world’s third highest Bungee Jumping Point. There’s 166m long steel bridge over the Bhote Koshi River gorge where you will jump to get the best lifetime experience. The Last Resort is located at almost the top of a river gorge, close to the Tibetan border.
And they not only offer Bungee, but Tandem Swing, and thrilling White Water Rafting as well.
Is the Bungee Jump in Nepal safe?
The Last Resort carters tailor-made professional and highly trained individuals to guide your jump. They have used the best technology and techniques possible to ensure your safety. No accident due to technical error has been noted during the history of the last resort.
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The bridge is made from the Swiss technology specially designed to support the Jump and has the load capacity of 4.5 tons.
Best time for Bungee Jumping in Nepal:
During the months of December to February and June to August, the last resort allows bungee jump from Sunday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday only.
During the months of March to May and September to November, the last resort stipulates the jump all day of the week except Monday.
Getting to The Last Resort
The bus of “the Last resort” team leaves from Kathmandu (Thamel, Mandala Street, Sagarmatha Bazaar) at 6.00 in the morning (reporting time 5.45 am) and return to Kathmandu at 8.30 pm.
Bungee Jumping in Nepal costs
The cost for Bungee Jump at the last resort is around $108.
Bungee Jumping in Pokhara:
“Live like there`s no tomorrow”, someone said. You don’t expect me to remember the name who did, do you? Just kidding.
Their tons of thing to do in this world and you only live once. Why not to stop making excuses for you boring life and add some spices with a Bunjee Jumping In Nepal Pokhara? This once in a lifetime experience will totally change the way you feel about yourself.
With the highest Bungee location (highest in the world), Bungee is getting immensely popular in Nepal. The perfect blend of natural and the thrill of adventure sports makes Nepal an ideal place for Bungee Jumping.
Nearly water touching Bunjee Jumping was started in Hemja by Umbrella organisation of Golchha Organisation (High ground adventures along with Mangalam group) in 2014. Hemja is around 30 minutes drive from Lakeside. Now it’s a home for all the adventure junkies around the world. While in Pokhara, you might also want to try Boating in Pokhara.
Height of Bungee Jumping in Pokhara:
- 80 meter (50-meter land+32 meter tall metal tower)
Is Bunjee Jumping in Nepal Pokhara safe?
Time and technology has made Bungee jumping the safest adventure sports. By that I mean there’s no records of fatal accidents till this date. Bungee Jumping in Nepal has left no stones unturned to ensure your safety It is set-upped and operated by trained and professional Jump masters.
Price for bungee jumping in Pokhara:
Bunjee Jumping in Hemja costs NRs. 3,490.00 (for Nepali Citizen) and NRs. 6,490 (for International Citizen). For the photo and video packages you might have to pay 1500 to 2000 more.
The price is just for the Bungee Jump, if you want a package for a drive to the spot and meal, you might have to pay few dollars more.
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