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Bungy Jumping

Bungy Jumping
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Bungy jumping is an Active sport gaining popularity in Nepal.  There are several locations currently serving adventure seekers each in unique settings. 


It also boasts the world's 2nd highest bungy Jump at a height of 228 Meters. Kushma Bungy jump spot is located spectacularly on a 520 meter suspension bridge across the Kali Gandaki river gorge on the border of Baglung and Kushma districts.  This is situated just 60kms a 2hrs drive from the scenice lakeside city Pokhara. Book to either stay at the resort itself or drive early from Pokhara for a day trip.


Two other bungy jump spots are The Last Resort and High-ground Bungee Jump respectively at 160 meters and 70 meters.


The Last Resort is situated on the highway connecting Nepal - Tibet China has a rural setting with the rugged Bhote Kosi river valley, the jump offers high thrills as can be expected.  Relax and unwind in ethnic village setting and enjoy short hikes to view points and cultural highlights.


The lakeside city of Pokhara is famed for its views of the Annapurna mountain ranges and iconic Fish Tail Mountain.  With magestic backdrop of snow capped Himalayas and broad valleys of the mid Himalayas it is the thrill of a lifetime.  Combine it with Para Gliding or Zip Lining to complete the Big 3 challenges!  Enjoy luxury or rural accommodations in this scenic area.


Book a fun filled action package vacation in Nepal and enjoy pulsating moments in the most amazing locations.


Policy : while Sportive Activities are operated by professionals and their associates, all guests who participate in these adventure activities are responsible for their own safety and must accept that there are risks when taking part in such activities and that they could be involved in untoward accident natural or unnatural or unforseen.