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Bungee Jump in Nepal

Bungee in Nepal may be the most spectacular Bungee Jump on the Planet. This amazing 500ft (160m) drop into the Bhoti Kosi River gorge on the Nepal/Tibet border is the longest Free-fall in the world. Considered, construct and operated by very experienced Kiwis to exacting global principles your safety is guaranteed. It is Nepal's definitive Rush.

For many people, hurling themselves off a stable platform into a gorge is one form of holiday adventure. Nepal has to offer the third highest Bungee Jump in the world, and dare we say the most spectacular? The jump is a 160 meter drop. The jump is situated near to the Tibet border amidst spectacular mountain scenery and lush vegetations. The platform you jump from spans the Gorge with the Bhote Koshi River roaring below you. The gorge sides are lush with vegetation and jagged rocks that gives you the ultimate adrenaline rush.

Location: Less than 3 hours outside Kathmandu to Bungee Shuttle. You will travel the Arniko (Kathmandu/Lhasa) Highway to within 12km of the Tibet Border and the famous Friendship Bridge.

Bungee Bridge: Swiss designed, especially for bungee jumping with a 4x safety factor. The bridge has a loading factor of 250kg per running meter. This means that the bridge will hold 250 x 166 = 41,500kg or 4.5 tones. And those are Swiss measurements Over 6000 meters of steel wire was used to build the bridge Longest suspension bridge in Nepal The bridge joins two sides of a great valley. Before its construction, locals walked five hours to cross this river gorge.