Bungy Jumping

Bungy jumping is an activity that involves jumping from a tall structure while connected to a large elastic cord. The thrill comes as much from the free falling as from the rebounds. When the person jumps, the cord stretches and the jumper flies upwards again as the cord snaps back, and continues to oscillate up and down until all the energy is dissipated.

Nepal's first bungy jumping site is situated 160m over the wild Bhote Kosi river, and located close to the Nepal-Tibet border, a three-hour bus ride from Kathmandu. The jump, at 160m, was designed by one of New Zealand’s leading bungy consultants, and is operated by some of the most experienced jump masters in the business.

Bungy jumping in Nepal may be the most spectacular jump on the planet. At 160 meters high in a tropical gorge with the Bhote Koshi, one of the world's wildest rivers, raging below. Bungy jumping is Nepal's Ultimate Rush and one of the longest free-falls in the world. The stunning natural surroundings so close to Tibet make the jump an almost magical experience.
Swiss designed especially for bungy jumping with a 4x safety factor, the bridge has a loading factor of 250 kg per running meter. This means that the bridge will hold 250 x 166 = 41500 kg or 41.5 tones. Experience the Bungy or Canyon Swing and then enjoy the scenery. Bungy at the Last Resort may be the most spectacular Bungy Jump on the Planet. Designed, constructed and operated by very experienced professionals, exacting International Standards, it is Nepal's Ultimate Rush!

Experience the hair-rising thrill of Bungee Jumping in Nepal. The site of bungee jump in Nepal is considered among the best in the world. Located close to Nepal-Tibet border, it is 160m over the wild Bhote Koshi River. Designed by one of New Zealand's leading bungee consultants, the first bungee jumping site in Nepal is a three-hour bus ride from Capital Kathmandu and is managed by some of the most seasoned bungee jump masters.

There are two jump options offered at Last Resort. One is the regular 'head first' bungee jump which is done on rubber rope and provides about 2 to 2.5 seconds of free fall. The second is called swing, which is 'legs first' and secures about six seconds of free fall at a speed about 150km/h, and you end up swinging like a pendulum.

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