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Bungee Jumping in Nepal
Picture this, you’re accelerating towards the wildest rivers, its roar increases as you get closer and the Wind striking harder than you’ve ever experienced. When you get so close to death, more alive you feel. But there is nothing to worry about.
Picture this, you’re accelerating towards the wildest rivers, its roar increases as you get closer and the Wind striking harder than you’ve ever experienced. When you get so close to death, more alive you feel. But there is nothing to worry about. Bungee in Nepal is 100% safe and death is just a feeling that you get in mid-aid.
Bungee is an adventurous sport. You make a jump from a suspension bridge with an elastic rope tied to the body making a free fall to the rivers. Bungee was recently introduced in Nepal. The first bungee jumping site of Nepal is situated 160m over the wild Bhote Koshi River, which is located close to the Nepal-Tibet border, a three-hour bus ride from Kathmandu. Deep and steep gorges make it a perfect place. This can be known from the international popularity it has gained in few short years.
Ride to the bungee jumping site in itself an adventurous one. As you sore through the concrete jungle of Kathmandu to the sub-urban country side. The difference in lifestyle can easily be seen. The resort is located in typical Nepalese cultural uninfluenced by modernization. So can truly experience native-Nepal.
Bungee is not just about a minute jump but the excitement before you jump and the feeling of accomplishment you get after you make it. We make sure to make the best package. We provide you with tips and advice by highly trained and experienced staff to make sure you have the best jump experience. The jump will be filmed by professionals. We make sure, your every expression is captured for you to share them or for memories.
For most people bungee is a one-time experience. However there are people who make multiple jumps but there isn’t the element of naivety and excitement on later jumps. You can never go wrong with your choice to make the first jump in Nepal.