Zip Flyer

  • Destination Nepal

The Zip Flyer in Nepal is new adventure activates based on Pokhara. The experience offered by Zip Flayer in Nepal is unlike anything you have experienced before. It is the world’s longest, tallest, fastest, and steepest Zip line which is located one of the most gorgeous the tourist town in Pokhara.

This world’s longest adventurous zip-flyer activity is most popular adventurous tourism product in Nepal. The Zip Flayer starts from Sarankot at 1550m (5960 feet from the sea level) to Hemja Valley (3020 ft) and is 1860 meters long. The zip-flyer runs at the speed of 140 kilometers per hour and two people can make a ride at once in two trolleys sitting side by side suspended by the Consisting of a trolley mounted on a steel cable in the middle. The ride descends 600m vertically at an angle of 56%, this makes it the most extreme Zip-line ride in the world.

A ride of this magnitude has never been built before, and we assure you that this ride will truly be a unique experience. The flyers can see the Himalayan range and the two highest mountains in the world, Dhaulagiri and Annapurna I and the beautiful Seti River. The HighGround Triangle boasts of a full-fledged restaurant overlooking the gorge and local Tibetan refugee settlement nearby should you wish to get a taste of their culture.

ZipLine Safety First

Safety first is our credo. Safety has been the leading criteria in our development of the Zip-Flyer ride. This system by Zip-Flyer LLC, USA is designed with the most advanced technologies and had delivered a state-of-the-art Zipline ride. Ever part of this ride is designed to provide unparalleled ride, comfort and Safety, and the entire system is manufactured and precision engineered to equal or surpass standards set by agencies such as ANLS B77 Tramway, ASTM, and TV SUD codes.

Important Instructions Note for Zip flayer

Duration: Approximately 2.5 hours 

Zipflayer duration: 2 min 

Age Range: Older than 14 (14 to 17must be accompanied by guardian.)

Weight Limit: 35 kgs to 140 Kgs 

Footwear: Closed-toed shoes is compulsory 600 Meters Vertical Drop 

Distance: 1.8 KM Long

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