Bungy Jumping in Nepal is one of the most popular adventure activities. The facility is located at The Last Resort near Kodari border between Nepal and Tibet, about 100km away and a 4-hour ride from Kathmandu.
This jump is unique in that it was built over the wild Bhote Koshi River, which is fed by the Himalayas. The Bungy measures 160m in freefall, which makes it one of the highest bungy jump facility in the world.
Bungy jumping in Nepal is an adventurous and challenging sport that requires both passion and guts from the jumper. So if you have the passion, we can make this one heck of an adventure for you!
06.00am: Pick up from your hotel in Kathmandu and drive to the Tibetan border to The Last Resort. There will be tea breaks en route.
10.00am: Arrive at The Last Resort. When we reach the resort, you can see the bridge 5 minutes before arriving! We’ll introduce you to the bungy jump staff, give you a safety briefing, weigh you and give you a time slot. Then all you have to do is maintain calm state of mind until it reaches your turn!
12.00pm: Now, JUMP!
01.00pm: Lunch at The Last Resort. Free & easy.
USD105 per pax (minimum 2 pax) NOTE: The price above is quoted based on 2 people. If you are travelling in a group of more than 2 people, kindly write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, we will give you a special quotation.
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