Bungee Jumping in Nepal is an ultimate thrill that few other activities can exceed. You can experience the ultimate thrill of Bungee Jumping at one of the best sites in Nepal. You can experience Bungee jumping at The Last Resort along the Araniko Highway, Highground Adventures in Pokhara, and The Cliff Nepal in Kushma, Parbat.
The bungee jump at The Last Resort is one of the first bungee jumping sites in Nepal. This site provides a 160m drop into the Bhote Koshi river gorge. This jumping site was designed by one of the leading bungee consultants from New Zealand. Similarly, this site is managed by some of the most experienced jump masters in this business.
The other location for bungee jumping is at Hemja, in Pokhara. This is Nepal’s only tower bungee jump site. This jump site offers stunning views of hills and towering mountains along with 75 meters of vertical drop within 3 seconds of free fall.
The Bungee Jumping at Kushma, Parbat is the world’s second-highest and number one jumping spot in Nepal. It has a height of 228, making it higher than The Last Resort.
Bungee Jumping in Kathmandu
With an early breakfast, we shall drive to the jumping spot over the Bhote Koshi river. The Last resort is located about 100km northeast of Kathmandu, near the Tibetan border. At The Last Resort, the jump take place from a 160 m wide steel suspension bridge that joins two sides of a deep valley over the Bhote Koshi River. On arrival, after the formalities, the crew will provide you a time slot, so that you can wait and prepare for the experience of a lifetime. After experiencing the adrenaline rush, we return to your hotel in Kathmandu.
Bungee Jumping In Pokhara
The Bungee jumping site at Pokhara is located about 30 minutes drive from the lakeside Pokhara. The jump at Hemja is a vertical dive from a steel tower. After the formalities, get ready to test your nerve and feel the adrenaline rush in your body during the fall. After the jump, return to your hotel and rest and relax.
- Private transportation to and from the Jumping spot.
- 1 time spectacular jump.
- 1 lunch.
- Photo & video cost.
- Other personal expenses.
Shivapuri Hill Day Hike is one of the most popular day hikes in the Kathmandu valley. This trail is a popular hiking trail that offers peaceful jungle walks, nature, and wildlife experiences. The Shivapuri hill lies to the north of Kathmandu valley at 2732 m. Hence, it is the second-highest hill surrounding the Kathmandu valley. Also, it is the closest national park to the Kathmandu valley. Similarly, it is also the origin of the Bagmati river. Hiking to Shivapuri hill is a short and easy trip from Kathmandu.
Shivapuri National Park is a paradise for bird watchers. It is home to 177 species of bird and 19 species of mammal, some endangered and endemic. Likewise, it is also home to 150 species of butterflies and several plants. Shivapuri provides marvelous views of the Himalayas. Such as the Langtang Lirung, Dorje Lakpa, and Ganesh Himal. Thus, the Shivapuri hill day hike is an easy mixed culture and nature hike.
The journey begins with a short drive to Budanilkantha. The entrance to the Shivapuri National Park. The hike is over a rugged road. The trail goes through the pine forest up to Nagi Gompa, a Buddhist nunnery. Here you can see nuns practicing Buddhism. Here onwards, the trail ascends steeply uphill through oak and rhododendron forest. From the Gompa, it is about 3 hour walk to the hilltop. Continue along the trail and reach Bagdwar, the source of the Bagmati river. You can enjoy the beautiful view of snow-capped peaks and the entire Kathmandu valley. After enjoying the view, descend to Kopan and drive to your hotel.
- Also, visit the Budhanilkantha Temple on the way to the park.
- Explore the lush landscape of Shivapuri National Park.
- Trek through Shivapuri National Park.
- Discover the source of the Bagmati River.
- Enjoy a superb view of the Himalayas and Kathmandu valley.
Day 1: Drive to Budanilkantha-Hike to Shivapuri
After breakfast, drive about 10kms from the city center to Budanilkantha. This Budanilkantha temple is famous for a statue of Lord Vishnu sleeping on a bed of snakes. We will pass through the Shivapuri Conservation area and visit the Nagi Gompa, a Buddhist monastery. It is a steep uphill hike along a narrow trail that gradually leads up to the Shivapuri hilltop. We further continue to Baghdwar, the source of the Bagmati River. You can get a picturesque view of the snow-capped mountains surrounding the Kathmandu valley. After enjoying the view, we hike downhill to reach the Kopan monastery and then drive back to your hotel in Kathmandu.
- Transfer to and from the hotel.
- English speaking local tour guide.
- Shivapuri National Park entrance fee.
- Anything not mentioned in the included section.
Phulchowki hill day hike is one of the best hiking routes from Kathmandu valley. Besides, it is also the highest hill surrounding the Kathmandu valley. It lies about 14kms to the southeast of Kathmandu. Phulchoki hill is famous among tourists as well as locals. Many people hike to Phulchowki in the winter to enjoy snowfall. Similarly, Phulchowki hill is also popular for bird watching.
Many bird watchers from all across the world come to Phulchowki for bird watching. The birds included are woodpeckers, stork, spiny babbler, drongos, cuckoos, and many more. Likewise, Phulchowki is also home to several wild animals. Besides, Phulchowki hill also provides a magnificent mountain view with a panoramic view of Kathmandu valley.
The trip begins with a short drive to Godavari, the base of the Phulchowki hill. It is a gradual uphill through thick sub-tropical forests. The hilltop also offers a panoramic view of the Himalayas from the Dhaulagiri to the Everest in the east. Apart from this, we can also have a panoramic view of the Kathmandu valley.
We will spend some time at the top and later descend to Godavari. Further, we will also visit the Godavari Botanical Garden. The garden has a notable collection of different plants, including various species of orchids, ferns, and over 570 varieties of other plants.
- Hike through the beautiful green forest.
- Explore the rich flora and fauna near Godavari village
- Climb up the highest hill surrounding Kathmandu valley.
- Explore the botanical garden and surrounding area.
- Enjoy a majestic view of Annapurna to Everest on clear days.
Day 1: Drive to Godavari-Hike to Phulchowki
Our guide and vehicle will pick you up from your hotel and drive about 14km south of Kathmandu to Godavari. Start our hike from Godavari to Phulchowki. It takes about 3-4 hours to reach Phulchowki hill. We will spend some time at the top enjoying the view and later hike back to Godavari. The return journey is mostly downhill. We shall also visit the Botanical Garden at Godavari. After the visit, drive back to your hotel in Kathmandu.
- Transfer from hotel to Godavari and back.
- English speaking local guide.
- All entrance fees.
- Tips and gratuties.
- Any other personal expenses.