The ultimate thrill, Bungee Jumping (also spelled "Bungy" jumping) is one of the many adventure activities in Nepal and rates among some of the best experiences in the world. The Nepal Bungee Jumping site is situated at 160m above the wild Bhote Koshi River, which is close to the Nepal-Tibet border and 3-4 hour bus ride from Kathmandu. The jump from 160m was designed by one of New Zealand's leading bungee consultants and is operated by some of the most experienced jump masters.
Nepal may be the most spectacular site for Adventure Bungee Jumping in the world. It is Nepal’s ultimate rush and one of the longest free falls on the planet. The dramatic natural surroundings so close to Tibet make the jump an almost magical experience. You can book your bungee as a day trip from Kathmandu or combine it with an overnight stay and other activities. Before the Bungee Jumping, the jump master will brief you with procedural instructions. Then he will write your weight on your hand and tells you which group you will be jumping with. You must to consult about your physical fitness with Bungee Master at the spot.
During Bungee Jumping we recommend, to wear comfort shoes. Make sure your pockets are empty and know that cameras and bags are not allowed on the bridge. We provide safety deposit boxes for your valuables things. We at “Nepal Mother House” provide our Bungee Jumping service in Nepal for your adventures experience of a lifetime!
Location: Bungy Jumping in Nepal located 3 hours drive from Kathmandu via the Arniko (Kathmandu/Lhasa) Highway towards Tibet. The site is located within 12km of the Tibetan border and the famous Friendship Bridge.
The Gorge: Our Ultimate Bungee Jump Nepal trip takes place on a 166m wide steel suspension bridge over the Bhoti Kosi River.
The Bridge: The Bridge is designed by the Swiss especially for bungee jumping with a 4x safety factor. The bridge has a loading factor of 250kg per running meter. This means that the bridge will hold 250 x 166 = 41,500kg or 4.5 tones and those are Swiss measurements! Over 6000 meters of steel wire was used to build the bridge longest suspension bridge in Nepal. Before its construction, locals walked five hours to cross this river gorge