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Bungy Jump in Nepal | The Last Resort

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General Information

The Last Resort (Bungy Jump Nepal) is Nepal’s Ultimate Rush. Located a 3 hr drive from Kathmandu and 100km northeast to within 12km of the Tibet border, there is a 160m wide steel suspension bridge over the Bhoti Kosi River gorge and at an of altitude 3600 feet, which is 600 feet lower than Kathmandu.

The Bridge: Swiss designed, especially for bungy jumping with a 4x safety factor, the bridge has a loading factor of 41,500kg or 4.5 tones. And those are Swiss measurements!The bungy bridge is the longest in Nepal and also the only privately-owned bridge. listed as Asia’s highest Jump at The Last Resort in Nepal, may be the most spectacular Bungee Jump on this Planet.
This remarkable 160 meters or 500 ft drop into the tip surface of Bhoti Koshi River and its gorge located on Nepal / Tibet border and as well the longest Free-fall in the world. The place has spectacular scenery with dense forests covering the top of the cliff. One can overnight here and go rafting and rock climbing, too.

Itinerary and details:

You leave Thamel at 6am on a nice bus with your fellow jumpers and those packed to stay a few nights. The journey is about 3.5 hours with a couple of tea-breaks along the way. When we reach the resort – you can see the bridge 5 minutes before arriving! – we’ll introduce you to the bungy staff, give you a safety briefing, weigh you and give you a time slot. Then all you have to do is maintain mental calm until your turn! And don’t forget lunch!

The package includes:

  • Activity day trips include transport and lunch.
  • Overnight packages include transport, accommodation and all meals.
  • Accommodation is in 2 person tents and 4 person tents for groups and families.

The package does not include:

  • Private Transportation
  • All bar & beverage bill
  • Meal not mentioned
  • Tips

What we provide.

  • Safety equipment’s.
  • We provide plentiful, healthy and hygienically prepared food.
  • Tents and sleeping mats for overnight stay.

What to bring?

Bungy and Swing: Tight, closed shoes and comfortable clothes.
Canyoning: Swimming costume, close tight shoes, change of clothes and a towel (if you are only doing a day trip).
High ropes: Comfortable wear, tight closed shoes.
Rafting: Shorts, t-shirt, strap sandals, cap, sun screen and a towel.

Frquently Asked Questions

Minimum: For bungy and swing the minimum weight is 40kg.

Maximum: for bungy 100kg and swing 120kg. For the tandem swing, the maximum combined weight of two of you should not exceed 180 kgs.

Yes. Persons below 18 years of age need the consent of their parent or guardian, who is in attendance at the site.

December, January, February, June, July
Sunday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday only.

March, April, May, August, September, October, and November
Every day except Monday.

For group activities, the following minimums apply:

Canyoning – 2 people
High ropes – 2 people
Rafting – 6 people

Bungy and Swing: Tight, closed shoes and comfortable clothes.

Canyoning: Swimming costume, close tight shoes, change of clothes and a towel (if you are only doing a day trip)

High ropes: Comfortable wear, tight closed shoes

Rafting: Shorts, t-shirt, strap sandals, cap, sun screen and a towel.

The video guy shoots video and still photographs of every jump, and they will show you after your jump. You can decide at the resort if you want to purchase or not. The cost is NPR 2300 per person, including video, 4 pictures and one free beautiful t-shirt.

“Walk Nepal ” takes the safety of its clients very seriously. All our guides are licensed, with many years of experience on the Bungy of Nepal .

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Yes, you can. We won’t charge you for this, but your payment won’t be refunded in case of following conditions. Check the terms and conditions of your booking.

  • Before 24 hours 100% refund.
  • After 24 hours 50% refund
  • After arrival of the customer at the service site 0% refund i.e. non refundable.if the booked ticket is cancelled due to any of the reasons of the company, such ticket shall be postponed to next jump or shall returned the entire amount to booking agent.

To cancel, go to your booking summary and click on “Cancel booking.”