- Rafting and Adventure
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Bungee jumping above the Bhote Koshi River of Nepal may be the most spectacular jump on the planet. Free fall of 160m from the suspension bridge is itself the ultimate thrill. The first Bungee Jump site of Nepal is located close to the Tibet Border in North East of Nepal which is designed by the New Zealand’s leading bungee consultants and which is operating by some of the most experienced jump masters.
3 hours scenic drive from Kathmandu through the Araniko Highway passing by beautiful towns, villages and along the edge of Bhote Koshi River brings us to Bungee Jumping site at The Last Resort. Free fall from the suspension bridge over the Bhote Koshi River is surely the lifetime thrilling experience.
After early breakfast drive towards The Last Resort, the bungee jumping point which is located near to the Tibetan border. Upon arrival Bungee professionals will examine your pressure, measure the weight and tagged the no. to jump. When your turn comes, bungee professional will tie you up with harnesses and make you ready to jump into the deep gorge of Bhote Koshi River. After breathtaking free fall and feeling the adrenalin jump of 160 m you need to hike up for about half an hour to have delicious lunch in the Resort. After then we drive back to Kathmandu via same route.
- Kathmandu to The Last Resort (Bungee Jumping point) to Kathmandu transportation by bus
- Lunch in resort
- All necessary harness for Bungee Jumping
- All government tax and service charge
- Private vehicle (USD 60.00 for car)
- Breakfast and snacks
- Liquor and beverage
- Personal expenses
About your leader
Annapurna round trek was well organized by Raj from BDEx. Gide Amrit Pandey is very skilled and intelligent. Weather on the trek was rather different so we were about ready to turn back from Pissang. Nevertheless next day was clean and we immediately decided to continue. Finally we did Thorang La 5416 m. On the way we saw many people coming back because of deep snow. I am happy that we were lucky to pass Thorang La on second day after it was opened. Many thanks for the trip to BDEx and my guide!!!