Bungee Jumping in Nepal
Destination: bhote koshi George
Duration: 1 Days
Activity: sightseeing and Bungy jump
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Bungee Jumping is one of the most popular Adventure sports to be done in Nepal. 160 meter free fall into the Bhote Koshi Gorge is the longest free fall in the world. The Bungee jumping spot is situated in bridge in between Tibet and Nepal. The bridge is named as Friendship Bridge and was built by Swiss technician.
To reach the Bungee jumping spot you will have to drive for 3 hours from Kathmandu to reach the last Resort only one bungee jumping spot in Nepal. You will make a jump and can stay overnight at camping site. You are advised to keep your pocket empty and do not use any intoxicant before jumping. Before Jump your weight are taken to use the perfect cord. These cord are in Green, red and Black colour used for the lightest, heavier and heavy weights respectively.
About Friendship Bridge
The bridge is 166 meter wide steel suspension bridge in Bhote Koshi which is one of the wildest river in Nepal. The bridge is only one that is owned by privately. About 6000 meters of steel wire was used to build the bridge and has holding capacity of 4.5 tons. The bridge was built by one of the leading bungee consultant in New Zealand. The company ensures for the safety of Bungee Jumper.
Day 1: Today early in the morning we drive for 4hours from Kathmandu to the last resort edge of Nepal border. We visit famous sightseeing spot around. After lunch we take you to the friendly suspension bridge cornered by bhote koshi George. Enjoy the once in a life time experience of jumping from world’s highest access with world’s longest jump. At evening we drive back to Kathmandu. Rest overnight.
- All ground transports in private vehicle including airport transfers.
- All accommodation with breakfast at a 3-star category HOTEL in Kathmandu.
- All tour arrangement cost as per itinerary.
- First aid medical kit
- Government taxes & office service charge
- Travel insurance
- International airfare
- Nepal entry visa fee
- Extra food and beverage charge.
- Snacks and other personal expenses
- Personal trekking equipment’s
- Tips and gratuities for trekking staff and drivers
- Emergency rescue charge.