Adventure Activities in Nepal
Nepal offers the second highest bungy jump in the world. Started in 1999 by the Last Resort, this bungy jump in Nepal (Nepal's first and only) over the mighty Bhote Kosi river has been described by many as the 'ultimate experience' and is the most spectacular jump on the planet. At 160m high, it is Nepal's ultimate adventure and one of the longest free-falls in the world. Located close to the Tibetan border,(12 kilometers away), the stunning natural surrounding makes the jump an almost magical experience. The bungy jumping site is situated 160 meters above a gorge with the Bhote Kosi roaring below on a bridge platform. The suspension bridge of the Last Resort is amongst the highest in the world, designed especially for bungy jumping in Nepal. The Last Resort is 3 hours drive away from Kathmandu. You can either choose to take a day trip, do the jump and return back on the same day, or spent a night at the serene resort. For more details please write us back.
Paragliding in Nepal, in the Himalayan region is a truly wonderful experience. As you soar in the sky, like a bird, you come closer to the natural beauty of the surrounding that are far up in the sky, while gazing below you see villages, temples, lakes and greenery. There are many companies offering Paragliding services. Pokhara is however, the most popular spot for paragliding because of its scenic location and surrounding. Sarangkot in Pokhara valley is the prime area for paragliding, which offers astonishing views of giant mountain peaks. The Paraglading in Nepal can be done through out the year. However the monsoon Jun- July and August are in the good time due to the rain. A trained pilot will fly with you so you do not need to have experience in paragliding.
Pokhara is slowly becoming the hub for adrenaline activities. After paragliding, ultra flight, and canyoning, zip flyer is now the thing to do while in Pokhara. Introduced last year, the zip line is the first of its kind and the longest in South Asia. From far it looks similar to a cable car. However, it uses gravity to pull the user (strapped on a seat) forward on an inclined rope. Within seconds, you will find yourself whizzing past the Seti River experience a 2000 feet drop from Sarangkot to Hyamja at speed of over 140 km per hour.
Nepal boasts some of the best white waters in the world. Beside that Nepal is ideal place for Canyoning. We have some special spots for Canyoning trip like Bhote Koshi and Trisuli. Our well train guide leads you for adventure activities in Nepal. A good way to explore the rivers and gorge and water falls of Nepal. Canoeing is perfect for people who like to set on their own adventure. Sixteen rivers in Nepal have been permitted by government for canoeing and the scale ranges from 1 to 5 on the basis of complexity. Thus, you have lots of options to choose from. Along with experiencing the thrill of an extreme sport, canoeing in Nepal opens you to know unique cultural experience which can be combining with few days hiking. The scenic beauty is there for the eyes but the culture of Nepali people will touch your heart.