Nepal makes into the list of the world’s finest destinations for Bungy Jumping. In fact it has one of the naturally highest Bungy spot: The 160m drop Bungy facility built at the border between Nepal and Tibet takes every adventurer’s breath away and gets the best of adrenaline rush.
Bungy in Nepal will offer you a thrill like no other and the most ‘amazing sensation’, to borrow the words of New Zealander AJ Hackett, the Bungy pioneer.
The Bungy site overlooks the glacier-fed Bhote Kosi River below, which has its origin in Tibet. The jump is actually made from the middle of suspension bridge that straddles the Bhote Kosi river.
Located at a three-hour bus ride from Kathmandu, the Bungy facility was designed by ‘one of New Zealand's leading Bungy consultants’. The Bungy is currently operated by experienced Nepali and foreign Bungy jumpers.
You can either go for solo Bungy or opt for Tandem Swing with your friend. Bungy is open from December-February and June-July and both day trip and overnight packages are available.