160m High Leap of Faith – Bungy Jumping in Nepal

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A perfect treat for adrenaline junkies as you can now experience a thrilling 160 m freefall in Nepal.

One of the longest bungees of the world, Nepal Bungy offers you the ultimate rush into the air over the wild Bhote Koshi River (a famous river in Nepal). It is located at the Last Resort, near to the Nepal-Tibet border which is 100km away from Kathmandu, the capital city of Nepal. Bungy in Nepal was designed by one of New Zealand’s renowned bungy consultants, and is operated by experienced jump masters in the business.

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Taking the 160m Leap of Faith

Bungy jumping in Nepal is considered a safe bet thanks to the strict standard code maintained by the professional Kiwis group. However, lots of processes are involved in this mega adventure.

There will be an elastic cord whose one end is tied to the jumping point and other end tied to your ankles. The moment you make the jump, the cord will stretch automatically and absorb the energy of the fall.You will then fly in the air enjoying a glimpse of one of the wildest gorges of the world, Bhote Koshi Gorge. Meanwhile,you will experience a snapshot of heaven and come back to this revolving planet to cherish the memory for a lifetime.

 

Safety Comes First!

The remarkable 160 m jump demands a strict code of conduct. The operators check the jumping cord many times before and after the fall because a tiny problem may prove to be fatal. The length of the cord also plays a crucial role as it should always meet the standard length.The jump is done from a 166 meter wide steel suspension bridge designed by Swiss. It is especially made for the purpose of bungy with a 4x safety factor (a loading factor of 250 kg per running meter).This means, the bridge has a capacity of holding 41500 kg according to Swiss measurements.

You should also be well aware about your health condition before doing the thrilling adventure. People with High Blood Pressure, Epilepsy, Pregnancy, Asthma, False Limbs and Diabetes are strictly prohibited for the bungee.

 

rsz_bungeejumping19Are You Ready For The Action?

Now that we’ve covered what’s at stake and the safety measures the question to ask is are you ready for the action? There’s a different feeling of jumping off the bridge between a gorge and a flowing river. You need to let yourself go and take that fall so you can feel what birds feel when they fly. You keep falling for a couple of seconds before the rope reaches its limit and there’s just pure excitement remaining. A word of advice don’t forget to scream your lungs out which will come to you naturally as well. It’s just a freeing experience and it is something you would want in your bucket list.

 

Capture Your Memory!

You’ve taken your leap of faith but do you want to end it here? The bungy team always interviews you before your jump and captures your jump in a video which can be purchased at the Last Resort. They also provide a complementary T-Shirt that says you’ve dared and done it. So take your experience and brag amongst your friends about it by showing the video. “The purpose of life is to live it, to taste experience to the utmost, to reach out eagerly and without fear for newer and richer experience.” ― Eleanor Roosevelt

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Please visit the the following pages to get more information on Bungy Jumping in Nepal:

Nepal Advisor – Bungy

The Last Resort

 

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