Just imagination of jumping down from a bridge 160 meters above a tropical gorge with the Bhote Kosi, one of Nepal’s wildest rivers raging below is enough to make your heartbeat run faster. And, it is the thrill of bungy jumping as it there is no fun for real adventure lover if challenge is not so hard and difficult. It is located within a reach of 4 hours outside Kathmandu and just 19 km away from the Tibet Border.
The Bungy bridge happens to be the only privately owned bridge in Nepal. It has been specially designed for bungy jumping with a 4x-safety factor and has a loading factor of 41,500 kg or 4.5 tons according to Swiss measurements.
Access: 3 hours outside Kathmandu by Ultimate Bungy Shuttle to within 12km of the Tibet Border.
Ultimate Bungy Nepal takes place on a 166m-wide steel suspension bridge over the Bhoti Kosi River.
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Swiss designed, specially for bungy jumping with a 4x safety factor. The bridge has a loading factor of 41,500kg or 4.5 tones. And those are Swiss measurements! The bungy bridge is the longest in Nepal and also the only privately-owned bridge. Before its construction, locals walked five hours to cross this river gorge.
Ultimate Bungy at The Last Resort in Nepal may be the most spectacular Bungy Jump on the Planet. This remarkable 500ft (160m) drop into the Bhoti Kosi River gorge on the Nepal/Tibet border is the longest free-fall in the world. Designed, constructed and operated by very experienced Kiwis to exacting international standards your safety is guaranteed. It is Nepal’s Ultimate Rush.,
220.127.116.11.1… Imagine a bridge over a 160-metre tropical gorge with the Bhote Kosi, one of the world’s wildest rivers raging below… Now Jump.
The packages fix includes private transportation to and from The Last Resort, the most spectacular Bungy jump in the world, rafting the full Bhote Kosi on the second day, and an overnight stay at the Last Resort:, lunch and dinner the first day, breakfast and lunch the second day. Rafting includes expert guides, safety kayakers, and world-class equipment – it’s a matter of style