Bungy jump at The Last Resort in Nepal may be the most remarkable bungy jump on the planet. This extraordinary 160 m (around 528ft) drop into the gorge of the Bhoti Koshi River. It is the longest free fall in the world. Planned, assembled, and functioned by very qualified Kiwis to exacting international standards, your safety is guaranteed. It is Nepal's ultimate rush.
Bungy jumping, which has been restricted in some parts of Europe, can be experienced in this Himalayan Kingdom. Anyone can reach the Bungy Jump site, which lies near the Nepal-Tibet border, 160 km northeast of Kathmandu. It is around three hours of smooth driving from Kathmandu. It is designed by a leading bungy jump consultant in New Zealand and operated by highly experienced jump masters. The 160-meter bungy jump into the gorge of the Bhote Koshi River is the most thrilling experience in Nepal.
You explore the fascinating and adventurous gorge of Bhote Koshi while you are ready to jump. This is definitely an once-in-a-lifetime activity: jump in the world’s longest free fall. Visitors can stay at The Last Resort, do bumjy jumps, and go rafting in the Bhote Koshi River, level 5 rapid.
You drive to Bhote Koshi Gorge from Kathmandu. It is around 4 hours’ drive. Have lunch and go to the bungy jump point. You jump 160 m after the necessary formalities are done and then drive back to Kathmandu.