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Overview of The Last Resort
- Parking included
- Breakfast available
Explore the area
- Popular Location Budol View Tower 70 min drive
- Popular Location Nagarkot Panoramic Hiking Trail 74 min drive
- Popular Location Mahadev Pokhari 78 min drive
About this area, what's nearby.
- Shiva Temple - 62 min drive
- Kali Temple - 62 min drive
- Budol View Tower - 70 min drive
- Nagarkot Panoramic Hiking Trail - 74 min drive
- Mahadev Pokhari - 78 min drive
- Tribhuvan Intl. Airport (KTM) - 85 min drive
- Restaurant @ Last Resort - 1 min walk
About this property
- An outdoor pool
- Free self parking
- Buffet breakfast (surcharge), barbecue grills, and luggage storage
- A 24-hour front desk and a front-desk safe
Parking and transportation.
- Free self parking on site
Food and drink
- Daily buffet breakfast available 7:00 AM–9:00 AM for a fee: NPR 800 per person
- A bar/lounge
- A restaurant
Things to do
- Outdoor pool
- Rock climbing
- 24-hour front desk
- Luggage storage
- Safe at front desk
- Daily housekeeping
- Barbecue grill
- Picnic area
- No elevator
- Designated smoking areas
- Bedsheets provided
- Free bottled water
- Limited room service
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Access methods, children and extra beds, property payment types, important information, optional extras.
- Fee for buffet breakfast: approximately NPR 800 per person
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The Last Resort Sales Office
The Last Resort has a sales office in Thamel, in Mandala Street, not far from the Kathmandu Guest House.
Mandala Street inside Sagarmatha Bazar Thamel, Kathmandu
Tel: +977-1-4700525, 4701247 (Sales office) Tel: +977-1-4440743 (Head office)
The Last Resort location
The Last Resort itself is exactly 100km from Kathmandu on the road to Tibet. See the Google map below for its location.
Naya Pul, nr. Tatopani (Ward 5, Listikot VDC), Sindhupalchok ( map )
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Nepal – a land of sparkling white waters, breathtaking canyons, and panoramic mountain ranges. While Nepal attracts travellers who want to zen out amidst its natural splendour, it’s no surprise that it also draws in adrenaline junkies looking for thrills.
If you’re up for both chill and thrills, there’s one place you can have it all. The Last Resort in Nepal brings together the best of both worlds – here, you can hurl yourself on a heart-pounding bungee jump off a gorge, before winding down in a sauna amidst soothing birdsong. A clifftop resort situated four hours’ ride from Kathmandu, The Last Resort offers guests a tranquil stay in luxurious safari tents. More importantly, it offers a range of death-defying adventure sports, from bungee jumping to canyoning, that will get your legs quaking. Here’s the lowdown on all the thrills and spills you can expect at The Last Resort, Nepal.
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Getting to the resort
The Last Resort is located just 100 km (62 miles) from Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu. You can hop onto the shuttle bus service offered from its Kathmandu office to the resort and back, which involves a 4.5 hours’ drive through lush forests. For those who want to enjoy the scenic route up close, it’s also possible to rent a motorbike in Kathmandu and find your own way.
More thrills and spills
1. canyon swinging.
Photo is only for illustrative purposes
Bungee jumping is a classic thrill-seeker’s activity, but those with seasoned nerves might want to up the fear factor with the canyon swing. Like bungee jumping, canyon swinging involves jumping off a cliff, but with a non-elastic rope.
Rather than bouncing up and down, you swing in a giant arc over the canyon. The canyon swing at The Last Resort boasts a terrifying 100 m (328 ft) of freefall – double the freefall of the bungee jump.
Canyon swing day trip Address : Bhotekosi Bungee Jump, Araniko Highway, Listikot 45301, Nepal Website : The Last Resort Price : 108 USD (approx. 12,070 NPR)
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If water rather than air gets your heart racing, you can try out The Last Resort’s canyoning and white water rafting activities. With canyoning, you’ll be abseiling down Nepal’s famed waterfalls and steep canyon walls, aided by a trusty guide.
Canyoning day trip Address : Bhotekosi Bungee Jump, Araniko Highway, Listikot 45301, Nepal Website : The Last Resort Price : 80 USD (approx. 8,940 NPR) | Bungee & Canyon Swing Combo available at NPR 7800 (USD 70) (for Nepalese only)
3. White water rafting
With the white water rafting expedition, you’ll be paddling right through the wild Bhote Kosi River, battling crashing waves and foamy spray on an inflatable raft. Definitely not for the faint of heart.
White water rafting day trip Address : Bhotekosi Bungee Jump, Araniko Highway, Listikot 45301, Nepal Website : The Last Resort Price : 50 USD (approx. 5,588 NPR)
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After your day’s death-defying activities, chances are that you’ll have a bad case of jelly legs and an intense craving for some R&R. If you’re dreading a long bus ride back to Kathmandu, don’t despair – The Last Resort, thankfully, has overnight stay packages so that you can rest and recharge right there.
The resort offers two-person and four-person luxury safari tents, plus hot showers and bedding essentials. For some zen vibes, the resort even features a wood sauna, complete with a plunge pool made from mountain stream water. Home-style meals are served at the cosy dining hall, and you’ll find cocktails and good company at the Instant Karma Bar. Following breakfast the next day, you’ll be driven back to Kathmandu.
The Last Resort 8.81 User Rating Address : Naya Pul, Sindhupalchowk, Listikot, Listikot, Nepal View Deal
The Last Resort certainly isn’t the only attraction that Nepal’s Listikot area has to offer. If you’re up for more adventures, here are a few nearby gems definitely worth visiting.
1. Listi Mandir
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For a glimpse of stunning Hindu architecture, take a 10-minute hike from the resort to the neighbouring village of Listikot. The Hindu temple of Listi Mandir makes a striking dash of colour atop a hill, tiered in pagoda style and garlanded with bright flags. From there, you can take in a lungful of fresh air along with panoramic views of the mountainous landscape.
Listi Mandir Address : Listikot, Nepal Phone : +977 985-1090115
2. Tatopani Hot Springs
Tatopani is a small village near the Nepal-China border, no more than 40 minutes’ drive from The Last Resort. Cradled in the heart of this rustic village is one of Nepal’s most famous natural hot springs. Its sulfur-rich waters are said to have medicinal powers, boosting blood circulation and alleviating your dry or irritated skin. After your day of extreme adventures, a long soak in the Tatopani springs will cap it off perfectly.
Tatopani Hot Springs Address : Tatopani 33200, Nepal Website : Tatopani Opening hours : 4:30am - 7:30pm (daily) Price : NPR 100 (approx. 1.45 USD) for Nepalese, NPR 150 (approx. 2.15 USD) for tourists
3. Khasa Bazaar
If the therapy you’re after is of the retail kind, skip across the Nepal-China Friendship Bridge to the celebrated Khasa Bazaar. This sprawling market sells a variety of Chinese goods at low prices, from clothing to homeware.
Do note, however, that a trip there involves crossing the border which requires you to show proof of Nepali citizenship – if you’re a tourist in Nepal, you won’t be able to cross directly.
Khasa Bazar Address : Nyalam, Xigaze, Tibet, China, 858400
4. Temples of Bahrabise
Near the southern border of Bahrabise, where the Sun Koshi River converges toward the Araniko Highway, you can find a cluster of charming Hindu temples. In addition to this wealth of cultural heritage, the area is also rich in exotic wildlife like languor monkeys and spotted deer. Don’t forget to take a stroll along the banks of the Sun Koshi River, popularly known as the River of Gold for its lustrous colour.
Bahrabise temples Address : School Rd, Barahbise 45302, Nepal
Test your nerves at The Last Resort, Nepal
With its rugged yet picturesque terrain, there’s good reason why Nepal is celebrated as the world’s adventure mecca when it comes to bungee jumping thrills. Whether you’re a hardened thrill-seeker or a gutsy novice, there’s no better way to spice up your Nepal travels than with a dash of adrenaline at The Last Resort.
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The Time We Jumped 160m Into a Canyon: Adventures at The Last Resort Nepal
One of the most exhilarating experiences in Nepal can be had at The Last Resort, where adrenaline fuelled activities are the name of the game. Read how we faced our fears and jumped 160m into a canyon, and how you can do the same!
No one in their right mind would willingly jump off a 161m high suspension bridge into a canyon where the turquoise rapids of a river churned below, would they?
That’s exactly what we thought… until we did it for ourselves in Nepal.
Located around four hours from Kathmandu on the Friendship highway that connects Nepal with Tibet is The Last Resort , an adventure lovers paradise tucked amongst incredible natural surrounds.
It’s home to one of the tallest bungee jumps in the world (161m high), the longest canyon swing in the world, and endless adrenalin-seeking exploits (did someone mention whitewater rafting, too?), coupled with a unique glamping experience and peaceful natural surroundings.
It’s definitely one of the most fun places to visit in Nepal!
In this guide, we cover everything from our own tandem rope swing experience to how to get there, where to book, essential info, and our personal tips for the best Last Resort Nepal adventure, ever!
THE LAST RESORT: NEPAL’S EPIC ADVENTURE-LOVER’S PARADISE!
Our tandem rope swing experience.
Now, let it be known that I am not the kind of girl who goes bungee jumping or leaping out of planes. I do love an outdoor adventure, but definitely the types that keep both of my feet on solid ground.
But somehow, in between proposing on our Poon Hill trek earlier that week and the two of us standing, knees-trembling, on the Last Resort’s suspension bridge, Mark managed to talk me into doing a tandem rope swing over the Bhote Koshi river.
Unsure what a tandem rope swing is?
Think of an upright bungee jump with the harness around your middle instead of your feet, strapped awkwardly with one arm around your loved one (or, after this, disliked one), and jumping into a canyon.
Look, it’s been a running joke ever since we did our jump that Mark took advantage of my newly-blissed out engaged state while he claims it was about trust exercises and cementing the official start of our adventure-filled life together.
Either way, somehow we found ourselves harnessed in and gripping the sides of a breezy suspension bridge with white knuckles, making idle chit-chat while trying to divert our minds away from the obvious impending end of our lives.
As the moment drew closer, marked by the dwindling numbers of fellow thrill-seekers on the bridge and too many excited screams to count, we both trembled with fear.
Personally, I was preoccupied with searching for any way to escape my harness and run off the bridge to safety, but before I knew it we were being summoned to the ledge to begin our countdown.
After final safety checks, much-needed words of encouragement from The Last Resort team, and a promise to each other that we would, definitely, 100% both jump at the exact same time, the countdown began.
3, 2, 1…. JUMP.
For four (very long) seconds we were in total free fall, the canyon flashing past us quicker than either of us like to remember now.
What I do remember, very clearly, is the merciful feeling of tension in the rope as our freefall ended and we were caught in the swing. It felt so outrageously exhilarating we didn’t know how to react when it all came to an end.
I’m a crier normally, so you better believe my first instinct was to burst into hysterical tears, laughter, shock, and a looooooot of swearing. Believe me when I say the footage from the GoPro strapped to my hand is verrrrrry entertaining, and definitely NSFW haha.
But the verdict? Bloody awesome.
To say we pushed through our fears and jumped from one of the world’s highest platforms, in our fave country in the world is a pretty epic feeling.
While I’m not sure my nerves could handle another jump, I’m pretty proud of us both and it was TOTALLY worth the pre-jump anxiety!
A LITTLE ABOUT THE LAST RESORT, NEPAL
Perched upon a clifftop and surrounded by beautiful forest, Nepal’s Last Resort combines the best of a relaxed and tranquil wellness retreat with pure heart-stopping, adrenaline-pumping adventure.
It might sound an odd mix to begin with — after all, bungee jumping doesn’t seem like the most relaxing way to spend your day, right?! — but trust us, it works.
The resort itself is super calming, with luxurious safari tents scattered all around the property, the sound of birdsong (and the odd cheer!) all around, and plenty of chill out spaces to grab some food and drinks, read a book, or make new friends in.
The kitchen is also brilliant, and buffet meals are included in your day trip or overnight stay, so you won’t need to worry about losing your lunch money during one of the many activities on offer.
LOCATION & HOW TO GET TO THE LAST RESORT NEPAL
Located around 100kms drive from Kathmandu (around 4.5 hours), The Last Resort is on the Friendship Highway that connects Nepal with Tibet.
The resort isn’t far from the Nepal-Tibet border, and is located in a pretty rural area amongst some beautiful natural surrounds.
Getting to The Last Resort is super easy; round-trip shuttle bus transportation from Kathmandu to the resort is actually included in your booking fee. You can organise your ticket at the main office in Thamel (more on that below!).
The drive there commences at 6am from Thamel, heading north east out of the city, slowly winding through lush forest and next to the ice-blue Bhote Kosi river, taking in some pretty epic scenery along the way.
You’ll also stop for lunch at a pretty river-side restaurant where you can enjoy a tasty buffet lunch for about 200 rupees (we recommend getting it!).
When the bus drops you off at the resort, you’ll just need to cross the suspension bridge across the canyon to get to the resort itself.
WHAT ELSE CAN YOU DO AT THE LAST RESORT NEPAL?
While the tandem rope swing might not be for everyone, there are a range of awesome adventures and activities offered at The Last Resort, including:
Solo rope swings
Hiking in the surrounding hills and through the local community
Relaxing in the sauna!
You can also opt to combine any of the above activities to make it a truly action-packed adventure excursion too!
HOW TO BOOK TICKETS FOR THE LAST RESORT NEPAL?
Tickets can be booked either online or at The Last Resort’s head office in Mandala street Kathmandu.
Prices for activities vary depending on what you choose, and whether you include an overnight night stay too, but expect to pay somewhere around:
$90 for a solo canyon swing or whitewater rafting
$100 for a solo bungee jump
$170 for a tandem swing
$150 - 170 for adventure activities and overnight stay
* prices quoted in USD
HOW LONG SHOULD YOU SPEND AT THE LAST RESORT?
There are day trips, and one or multi-night stays available at the Last Resort.
We opted for a day trip to the Last Resort as our time left in Nepal was limited and we wanted to make the most of it.
A day trip is a totally feasible option; you’ll depart Kathmandu early in the morning and drive to the resort, stopping for lunch on the way. When you arrive, you’ll have a quick briefing, do your jump/s, then enjoy a buffet lunch before climbing back on board the bus for the trip home again.
However, pretty much as soon as we arrived and saw the cute clamping tents and chilled out resort grounds we knew we’d made a bit of an error.
We would have loved to stay a little longer and relax in the sauna, soak up the beauty of the area, enjoy a bit of hiking in the hills nearby, and sample some of the other activities (and food!) on offer too.
If you have a little more time up your sleeve than we did, we absolutely recommend slowing down and spending a bit longer here!
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NEPAL BACKPACKING ESSENTIALS
Travelling through Nepal comes with a unique set of needs.
To help you have a comfortable, happy journey, we recommend bringing the following items with you:
Reusable water bottle | THE BEST INVESTMENT WE’VE EVER MADE! We use the Grayl water purification bottles , which allows us to fill up from any water source, anywhere in the world (including train taps!).
Biodegradable Wet Wipes | Keep clean without destroying the planet!
Hand sanitiser | not something we’d actually recommend normally, but in Nepal it can be a bloody great investment.
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PLAN YOUR TRIP TO NEPAL
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The Last Resort Nepal
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The Last Resort Nepal is a great adventure base close to the Nepal Tibet Border. Not only can you do adventure activities like bungee jumping, canyoning, and white water rafting, it’s possible to do some quiet hikes up the various hills around to explore. Here are all the great things to do at the Last Resort Nepal:
Location of the Last Resort Nepal
The last resort amenities.
In addition to adventure activities, the resort has a spa, sauna, massages, and plunge pool.
The Last Resort Plunge Pool
The Last Resort Glamping Tents
I got amazing sleep last night – slept nearly 11 hours with the sound of the roaring river, pounding rain, and sounds of the jungle.
The Last Resort Nepal Food
Our stay at the Last Resort included breakfast and dinner each day. We had a really good buffet breakfast -bowls of papaya, yogurt, and museli – lots of energy for a day of hiking and activities. Dinners are healthy too – meat and lots of vegetables, but the food is in no way Nepali food. A sample dinner that I had during my stay was mushroom buffalo dish, eggplant salad, lots of veggies, and custard desert.
Hike to Your Hearts Content
Canyon Swing and Bungee Jumping
I have bungee jumped a couple times in my life so I decided against it. But when I realized it was possible to do the world’s highest Canyon Swing, I had to do it because I like to try everything once. A few minutes after deciding to do it, I inquired about getting on the canyon swing . They said sure – and I could jump in 10 minutes! Without thinking about it too much, I signed a waiver form that said I had no heart conditions along with other disclaimers about what I was getting myself into. I handed my big camera off to someone on my trip and took my little hand/waterproof camera and strapped it on my watch. I walked out on the suspension bridge – 160 meters above the river (about 500 feet) and looked down. The bungee master put a climber’s harness on me and made sure it was really tight. They hooked the canyon swing onto me with 3 caribiners and checked them. The bungee master walked me out the “plank” and I hung my toes over the edge. He gave me a few last minute tips and then started the countdown…”3…2…1″ by the “2” I started to scream a little and at “1” I jumped off the edge. After 7 seconds of free fall, I eased into a swing, as I swang back and forth in the canyon. I took out my camera and took a few pictures, including some cute “selfies”. Eventually, a rope across the bottom was raised and I needed to grap ahold of it and pull myself to a ladder on the canyon side. As I pulled up to the ladder, my shorts got caught on a screw and I was stuck! I used one hand to hold onto the rope and the other to free my shorts.
The bottom of the gorge was great. I took some photos of the white water rapids below and then started the steep hike to the top. After all, if you swing 500 feet down, you need to hike the 500 feet back to the top!
Just swingin’…post jump!
Canyoning is a combination of abseiling/rappelling and sliding down waterfalls. I had never abseiled before so why not just abseil down waterfalls for my first time?!? The gear was pretty serious. First we put on a thermal suit. Then put on a wet suit. This was covered with a contraption that looked like half a yellow diaper in the back with harness in the front. They added a thick leather fingerless glove for our right (guiding hand) and a bright orange helmet. We were ready to go! We hiked about 10 minutes thru the village outside of the resort and got to a small set of waterfalls. The guide said “Let’s go swimming!” He had us slide down some small waterfalls on our butts. After a few minutes of walking thru the stream and sliding, we got to our first abseil spot. As one of our 3 guides set up the first rope, one of them gave us instructions: * Hold one part of the rope loosely with your left hand * Hold another part of the rope more loosely with your right hand. * The right hand must be held behind the back. This would be my hand that controls the speed. * If you fall, use your left hand to push off the wall * Lean back *RELAX *DO ALL OF THE ABOVE AT THE SAME TIME.
Our first abseil was the shortest at 10 meters (just over 30 feet). The guides watched carefully on our first descent and gave me the tip that I needed to keep my right hand around my back. On the third abseil and the first big drop (30 meters) I fell and banged my arm on the rocks about half way down and the rope was on the wrong side so the guide had to lower me to the bottom. After that, I got much better and didn’t fall agian. In total, we descended 7 times with falls ranging from 10 meters to the last drop of 45 meters (about 150 feet!) By the time we stopped, we were at the bottom of the canyon. We had to walk us the big hill again (the one I had climbed the prior day after the canyon swing), but this time it was in the sun and we had on soaking wetsuits, weighing well over 10 lbs. Somewhere on the way from the canyon to the campground, I got a leech on my foot. I had never seen leeches before, but nearly everyone on the trip has had a leech in the last couple days.
Visit Small Villages
Along the many hikes around the Last Resort Nepal are many little villages. One day we headed up a trail. Along the way, we were approached by a local who offered to give us a tour of the local school since he was a teacher there. Kids go to school 5.5 days per week, with Friday afternoon and Saturday off. Since they only had a half day today, some of the kids were absent but normally they have 50 children at this school for grades kindergarten to 5th grade. It was interesting to see the classrooms and types of things they were learning about – from the solar system (in Nepali), math, and English. The children were pretty shy. Even though the school was so close to the tourist site of The Last Resort, we don’t think many tourist get out that direction.
We kept climbing the hill waiting for a great viewpoint and it was steep! Yet, locals with large packages sometimes passed us. They were fascinated with us soaking ourselves in the local shared water faucets – really needed for such a hot day.
However, I got a second wind and really wanted to see the waterfall so they agreed to wait as I hiked a bit further. The additional hike I did took me on pretty flat trail, through the fields, past a small grotto.
The view of the falls was so-so but it was worth the additional walk. I returned to the big tree and after a drink of water, we headed back down the hill. We heard lots of thunder as we descended the hill, but luckily the rain stayed away. We would have hated walking down the hill if it were wet.
Check out the Honeycombs
There is a short walk down the road to see the interesting honeycombs in the rock cliff north of the Last Resort
Have an Everest Beer at the Last Resort Bar
This speaks for itself. The most popular beer in Nepal is Everest Beer, with a picture of the mountain on the bottle. You can get cold beers, enjoy the music, socialize, and play board games in the Last Resort Bar.
Where to Stay Near the Last Resort
As an alternative to the Last Resort, you can stay at the borderlands just a few miles south. I stayed there one night and they have a better pool and Nepali food. It’s a bit cheaper than the Last Resort. ( Check Rates and availability )
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The Last Resort, Kathmandu Overview
The Last Resort, perched on top of the elevated gorge is located three-hours away from Kathmandu. The Last Resort is Nestled amid terraced slopes with Bhote Kosi River flowing closeby. This magnificent resort is perfect for relaxing, undertaking adventure activities, lounging at the plunge pool or reading the book amidst the beautiful nature.
If you are feeling pumped up and looking for a journey that will make you feel more alive than ever before, The Last Resort has brought you many amazing adventure activities! From the thrilling bungee jumping to the exhilarating white water rafting, this place has it all. In addition to it, you will also find mouthwatering food being served in a cosy dining hall which is ornate with intricate stone and wood carvings, as well as the well-stocked Karma Bar, ready at your service. All in all, The Last Resort is a haven for everyone.
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Best time to visit the last resort, adventure sports at the last resort.
The Last Resort is a storehouse of adventure sports. With trained professionals and reliable safety equipment, the team makes sure that you have a captivating and memorable experience of a lifetime! Note: For participating in the adventure activities, the people below 18 years old need the consent of a parent or guardian, who has to be present at the site.
1. Bungy Nepal!
Get ready to take the trust fall test. The only difference is, instead of being caught by a compadre as you fall, the safety rope will save you. So, take the leap from the bridge perched at the height of a hundred and sixty meters over a tropical gorge and come alive as you descend towards the wild river raging below. If you want to see how graceful (or not!) your leap was, you can. The authorities film your bungee jump for you to buy it later for NPR 2500. You can place an order for the DVD and collect your copy from the main office a day later. They also give you four still pictures and a free Bungy t-shirt if you purchase the video. Bungy Nepal! Packages The prices of the Bungy Nepal! differ with the facilities provided along with it. Choose what is best for you! - Bungy Day Trip: One sure does get hungry after flying, isn't it? Take the leap of faith and then gorge on some delicious food afterward with the Bungy Day Trip Package. At six in the morning, get on a bus at Thamel with other interested jumpers and enjoy the picturesque sights on the way to The Last Resort. Along the way, there will be a couple of tea breaks. After reaching, you will be acquainted with the bungee staff who will brief you about safety, note your weight, and provide you with a time slot. All you have to do is stay calm and wait for your turn! Price - NPR 11,835 (including food and transportation charges)
Note: If you wish to stay overnight, you will be charged with an extra NPR 5041. The minimum weight for bungee jumping and canyon swinging is 40 kilograms. The maximum weight for bungee jumping is 100 kilograms while for canyon swinging is 120 kilograms. Wear comfortable clothes and tight, closed shoes. - Bungy and Canyoning Day Trip: Why settle for just a bungee jump when you can explore the most beautiful hidden canyons in the Himalayas as well? With the aid of ropes, harnesses, and wetsuits, embark on a guided journey through the mesmerizing river, and fall in love with the place. Price - NPR 16,438 (including lunch and transportation charges)
2. Canyon Swing
Hop on board with the experience that defies gravity and fills you with excitement that you can feel in every nerve ending! From the world's highest giant swing at The Last Resort, plunge into the depths amidst nature as you fly from a height of a hundred and sixty meters with a speed of a hundred and fifty kilometers an hour. There won't be any need to dive since you will experience a hundred-meter high freefall which will make a tremendous arch of two hundred and forty meters. That's right, it is time to fly without wings! To make sure you have video footage to show your companions while enumerating this awesome experience, place an order for your swing DVD for NPR 2500 and get it from the main office, along with four pictures and a t-shirt, on the next day. Canyon Swing Packages The Canyon Swing packages provide many different facilities along with them, and the price of each package varies accordingly. - Canyon Swing Day Trip: Experience a gigantic freefall and conquer all your fears with this amazing swing. If you think swings are just for kids, you might have to think again! Price - NPR 11,835 - Canon Swing and Overnight Stay: How about a soothing overnight stay at the resort after the thrilling canyon swing? Lay back with a book or go for a walk, get to know more about the place and make new friends. In addition to this, the Canyon Swing and Overnight Stay also include four delectable meals - lunch, supper, breakfast, and lunch again. Price - NPR 14,027
Step into the Forbidden Forest of the Himalayas with some adrenaline-inducing canyoning. Be a part of an amazing experience which ranges from exploratory walks to full-fledged canyoning and discover the hidden sides of Nepal which have the best sights in store! The Last Resort has expert professional guides who will assist you as you indulge in abseiling, sliding, and jumping off steep waterfalls and slopes of the canyon walls into the deep, stagnant pools below. The canyoning trip lasts for three days, and it is up to you to decide whether you want to visit all three canyons or be content with less. Day 1: The first day of canyoning is at Panglang, which is about twenty minutes away from the resort. After an introductory session, you shall be taught how to abseil by yourself. As you move from waterfall to waterfall, you won't even realize when you have abseiled down the 45-meter waterfall like a pro in no time. Day 2: The second day is devoted to canyoning at Kanglang. Commencing with a one-hour hike, this journey has eight abseils in store for you, each a little more advanced than the ones on Day 1. With exciting slides and jumps, this trip comes to a crescendo with abseiling down the sixty-meter waterfall. Day 3: The final experience takes place at Bhulkute and is entirely different from the first and second days. In addition to sixty-meter abseils, splendid slides and long leaps, this canyon cuts you off from the outside world entirely to help you connect with nature by showing its extraordinary, hidden side. Embark on the one-hour hike and be a part of a completely different world as you abseil down nine walls and waterfalls, and swim across flowing streams and deep pools. Note: You will be provided with the equipment you need. All you need to bring is a swimsuit to wear underneath, and closed shoes which do not get damaged after getting wet. If you choose the day trip, bring a towel.
Canyoning Packages The variety of facilities offered by The Last Resort with canyoning is truly amazing, and the price for each package differs accordingly. - Canyoning and Overnight Stay: After spending the day in the midst of the refreshing nature and bathing in natural showers, come back to the resort and relax in the luxuriant surroundings. Pamper yourself with a professional massage or just lay back and listen to some soothing music. This package includes four tantalizing meals, starting and ending with lunch, and having dinner and breakfast in between. Price - NPR 10,960 - Canyoning and Rafting and Overnight Stay: This package is one of the best ones that The Last Resort has to offer. From rapids to eddies at the Bhote Kosi River, to serene streams and gushing waterfalls at the canyons near Panglang, this package includes canyoning on the first day, an evening meal, a sumptuous breakfast, and finally, three-hour rafting on the Bhote Kosi River on the next day. Price - NPR 16,438 - Bungy and Canyoning and Overnight: Similar to the Bungy and Canyoning Day Trip, this package includes a guided canyoning journey through the enrapturing river, as well as a thrilling bungee jump. Apart from the cost of food and transportation, this package also covers the additional overnight charges. Price - NPR 18630 Note: Minimum two people are required for canyoning.
4. White Water Rafting
There is no point in visiting the Bhote Kosi River if you do not plan to embark on a kayaking and rafting journey on it. With an experience that is much more than just paddling, this adventure sport is undoubtedly one of the best in the world. White Water Rafting Day Trip Immerse yourself in rafting with your companions on the Bhote Kosi River while having the time of your life! At present, this is the sole package that The Last Resort offers for white water rafting, and needless to say, it is perfect. Price - NPR 5480
Note: Minimum six people are needed for rafting. The necessary equipment, including a fleece jacket, helmets, paddles, and rafting shoes, are provided. Bring a pair of clothes to change into after getting wet during rafting.
5. Tandem Swing
Perhaps the most challenging of all the adventure sports at The Last Resort, the Tandem Swing is all about canyon swinging with someone who is close to you. Be it a parent, a friend, or a significant other, there is no better way than a tandem swing to show how much you trust them. Tandem Swing Packages Share a memorable moment with your loved ones by choosing one of the Tandem Swing Packages offered by The Last Resort. - Tandem Swing Only: Enjoy the freefall from a hundred and sixty meters while holding on to your partner. With a speed of a hundred and fifty kilometers an hour, there is nothing much to do except scream your lungs out with excitement! Just let go of that fear and take the leap! Price - NPR 18,630 - Tandem Swing Day Trip: Not unlike the Tandem Swing Only Package, this trip includes an exhilarating tandem swing with your partner after which you head back to Thamel. Price - NPR 19,726 - Tandem Swing and Overnight Stay: This package includes everything that comprises of the Tandem Swing Day Trip Package, the only difference being the overnight stay at the resort with meals provided. Price - NPR 24657 for foreigners NPR 19000 for SAARC Nationals NPR 16800 for two Nepalese citizens Note: The maximum combined limit of the two people on the tandem swing should not exceed 140 kilograms.
Accommodation at the Last Resort
The accommodations at The Last Resort are out of the ordinary. With luxurious safari tents put up in the midst of nature, you can fall asleep gazing at the stars and revelling to the lull of the river and wake up with the melodious chirp of birds. All the tents include a luggage rack, a clothes rack, towels, and bedding. The restrooms and shower buildings are in close proximity to the tent to avoid any inconvenience, and the solar showers backed up with electric and gas always ascertain a nice, hot shower regardless of the weather conditions. Both the tents and the buildings are well-lit and in proper condition. Two-Person Tents: This deluxe tent includes a single and a double bed and has a private garden in front of it with two deck chairs. Four-Person Tents: With four single beds, this family tent is perfect for camping with your relatives or friends. Price - For one person, the cost of an overnight stay at the resort is NPR 6575.
The Last Resort is a Paradise for daredevils and risk-takers, as well as a place of tranquillity and serenity for those seeking solace. All in all, it is the perfect vacation spot for everyone!
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THE LAST RESORT
A beautiful three- hours ride away from kathmandu, The Last Resort is located on the top of a green river gorge close to Tibetan Border.The grounds of the resort are meticulously landscaped. Luxurious safari tents, spaciously set in lush gardens, ensure you a quiet and peaceful stay in an exotic setting. Uniquely crafted in local stone, wood and slate, the resort has an intimate dining hall with centuries old wood-carving where delicious home style food is served. The well stocked Instant Karma bar is a great place for having chilled drinks when the day is done and you are left thirsty. Meet people from around the world and make new friends in no time. Whether you are looking for adventure or relaxation, The Last Resort is the place to stay.
THE RESORT The Last Resort in Nepal is set amidst sprawling terraced slopes, suspended on a high cliff-top gorge above the wild Bhote Kosi River and surrounded by dense jungle and pristine forest. Limited access across our purpose built bridge guarantees privacy in this magnificent area. ACCOMODATION Watch the stars sitting in front of your tent, fall asleep listening to the sound of the river and wake up with the birds singing. Accommodation at The Last Resort in Nepal is a natural affair. Our safari tents are comfortable and spacious. The deluxe two-person tents have a single and a double bed and a private garden area with deck chairs. Our four-person family tents have four single beds. All tents have bedding and towels, a luggage rack and a rack to hang your cloths. Our toilet and shower buildings are never far away from your tent. We have solar showers with gas and electric back up to make sure you have a nice hot shower, even in winter and monsoon. There is light in all the tents, buildings and along the pathways. We also provide each tent with a lantern to make sure you still have light during a local power cut. The main shower buildings have electric sockets for hair dryers and we have many electric sockets in the restaurant building to charge your camera batteries, mobile phones and other electric devices. If you finished your books we have a small library in the restaurant and a DVD library in the BBQ area. Safe parking is provided for our guests and we also have a small shop that sells fair trade souvenirs and the popular The Last Resort t-shirts. ADVENTURE SPORTS For adventurous souls the spectacular environment offers a wide range of amazing adventures. > Bungy Bungy Nepal may be the most spectacular jump on the planet. At 160m high it is Nepal’s ultimate rush and one of the longest free-falls in the world.The stunning natural surroundings so close to Tibet make the jump an almost magical experience. You can book your bungy as a day trip from Kathmandu or combine it with a stay and other activities.On the day of your jump the jump master will first give a briefing. He then writes your weight on your hand and tells you in which group you will be jumping. If you have any medical problems, please discuss them with the jump master.We advise you to wear closed shoes for the bungy. 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. > Canyon swing Do you think a swing is for kids? You better think again! The Canyon Swing at The Last Resort in Nepal is the world's highest giant swing, offering you a full-on adrenaline filled and gravity defying adventure. > Mountain biking Mountain biking to The Last Resort The Arniko Highway, that leads from Kathmandu to The Last Resort, has beautiful views of the Himalayan peaks, never ending rice terraces, lush valleys and turquoise rivers. Once you have left the Kathmandu Valley (you can put your bike on the roof of the bus and have yourself dropped at the edge of the valley) the road is quiet and it is a pleasure to cycle through the magical land so close to Tibet. You pass small villages, old temples on river islands, stupas with prayer flags and local trading places. The stone plateaus under big holy trees on the side of the road make a good place to rest and enjoy the scenery. Or stop for a coke at a local tea shop and have a chat with the locals. The ride takes about 6 hours with stops on the way. Our partner organization has good quality imported branded mountain bikes. They also provide an experienced guide and cycle helmets. There is also a off the road variation to The Last Resort available. It is an great downhill from Nagarkot to to Malamchi junction. A dirt track follows the river and takes you through villages and fields. You meet the main road at Dolalghat and can choose here to ride more or take the bus up to the resort. Ride to the Tibet Border Ride from resort to the Tibet Border through beautiful landscapes and charming villages. Set foot on the Friendship Bridge, the white line in the middle is the actual border between Nepal and Tibet! You can picnic on the way with a packed lunch or eat at one of the local restaurants in the Nepali border town Kodari. A visit to the hot springs at Tatopani is a nice way to break up your return journey. If you are too tired you can also just put your bike of the roof of a local bus and have them drop you back at the resort. > High Ropes A high wire forest adventure that challenges your personal boundaries, encourages teamwork and builds confidence. High rope courses are recognised worldwide as one of the best team building activities. The Last Resort now introduces this adventure in Nepal and invites you and your company, organisation, school or group of friends to come and play! > Canyoning Canyoning is an amazing full body and mind experience that enables you to explore some of the last forbidden places in the Himalayas.As pioneers of canyoning in Nepal, we offer a variety of canyons, from exploratory walks to some of Nepal's most extreme environments. Our expert canyoning guides will lead you in abseiling, jumping and sliding down steep canyon walls and waterfalls to deep pools below. All adventures are truly unique experiences, they demand choosing a company with the right expertise, equipment, and above all respect for the natural forces we play with. Our talented guides set safety standards for others to follow, leaving you free to enjoy your adventure with the knowledge that you are in the most capable of hands. If you have half the fun we do, then you'll have the experience of a lifetime! > Rafting Tumbling from the snow-capped peaks of Tibet, the Bhote Kosi river provides some of the most exciting rafting and kayaking in Nepal, and is quite possibly one of the best short river trips offered anywhere in the world > Hiking Just outside the boundaries of The Last Resort is untouched Nepalese land, where time has stood still. An ideal area to do short or long hikes and get a taste of truly historic cultures of Nepal. Our hikes are not found in any guidebooks and are devoid of all the teahouses and lodges that dot more popular trekking routes. The only other hikers you’ll see are in your small group. Hiking into these remote areas we are able to share unique experiences and interaction with the local people and dramatic snow capped mountain landscapes. Wildlife is abundant in the region; the forests at lower elevations are home to the rhesus and langur monkeys, wild boar, and jungle cats including leopards. A little higher in the middle hills one can find Himalayan black bear and barking deer. Totally self-contained with all equipment, porters and highly experienced staff we do our utmost to make sure you have an unforgettable experience. In the near future we hope to offer home stay treks too. The trails around the resort are linked with the newly established The Great Himalaya Trail, connecting trekking areas right across the Nepal Himalaya. Inquiry: The Last Resort Sales Office Mandala Street inside Sagarmatha Bazar Thamel, Kathmandu Tel: +977-1-4700525, 4701247 (Sales office) Tel: +977-1-4701174 (Head office)
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THE LAST RESORT - Prices & Reviews (Tatopani, Nepal)
Everyday fixed departure from Kathmandu - Price starts from
All inclusive packages with meals & flight (Ktm-Lukla-Ktm)
- Duration 1 Days
- Trip Grade Easy
- Trip Destination Kathmandu/ Pokhara
- Starts at Kathmandu/ Pokhara
- Ends at Kathmandu/ Pokhara
- Trip Type Adventure Activity
- Transport Private Vehicle/Tourist Bus
- Enjoy natural site of bungee jump
- Enjoy thrill of free fall from 160m top
- 4x safety factor
The Bungee jumping in Nepal is an adventure sport for the people who dare challenges and Nepal is a perfect spot for the jump as the country is blessed with naturally built Bungee site. Suspension bridge of Bhote Koshi river " The Last Resort" near Nepal-Tibet border and Hemja village nearby Pokhara is the most popular sites for Bungee Jumping in Nepal. Pokhara bungee jumping is the highest bungee for touching the water in the world with an elevation of 75m and bungee in suspension bridge in Bhotekoshi is the second highest bungee jump site in the world with an elevation of 160m. In both places all the processes and techniques of this sport are same but the only difference is that in Pokhara you dive to a pond which is 18/20 meter deep and in Bhotekoshi you dive directly to a gorge.
Bungee Jumping in Kathmandu and Pokhara
The site for bungee jumping in Bhotekoshi was chosen and designed by New Zealand's leading bungee consultants. It is operated by some of the most experienced jumpmasters. The business operating group puts safety first as it is told that it is the mishap-proof event.
Bungee jumping is also spelled as “Bungy” jumping in New Zealand and several other countries. It is an activity which is performed by jumping from a tall fixed structure while connected to a large elastic cord. Free-falling and the rebound are the thrills of Bungee jumping. The elastic cord stretches and the adventurer flies upwards again as the cord recoils, and oscillation up and down continues due to the kinetic energy.
Besides trekking, peak climbing and tour, Nepal is also popular for an exciting one-day outing excursion. Like other adventure excursions, Bungee jump, Zip flyer, Paragliding are gaining much more popularity every day among international and national tourists who want something new and adventure in their life.
Equipment used in Bungee Jumping
The elastic rope is used for Bungee jumping. The special cord consists of many latex strands enclosed in a tough outer cover. The latex is pre-stressed while applying to the outer cover due to which the cord resistance to an extension is already significant at the cord natural length. Harder and sharper bounce of cord is provided by the cover of latex.
Safety and Possible Injuries During Bungee Jumping
Injury can happen only if the safety harness fails, cord length is miscalculated, or the cord is not properly connected to the jump platform. We have the record of such fail that happened with Michael Lush in 1986, who died because of multiple injuries while doing the stunt on BBC television program. Despite safety measures, injuries that occur are related to the abrupt rise of upper body intravascular pressure during recoil of bungee cord. Eyesight damage is also a major problem that is reported very frequently.
Whiplash injuries are also major injuries that may occur as the jumper is jolted on the bungee cord and in some case, it has led to Quadriplegia secondary to a broken neck. Another very serious problem that may occur is when the jumper’s neck or body gets entangled in the cord. Recently, choking during bungee jumping is also obtained which is led by carotid artery dissection leading to a type of stroke. All these injuries have been seen occurred in physically and mentally fit people in their early ages. This sport is also described to show the increase in stress and a decrease in immune function.
How and where can you meet?
For Pokhara: For performing this sport in Pokhara, let us know about the hotel you are staying along with room number, and your phone number. So that we could easily contact you and take you to the sports spot on time. You will also be transferred back to your hotel after you finish the sport.
For Bhotekoshi: It will take about 3 hours to reach Bhotekoshi from Kathmandu so you will be picked up early in the morning from the hotel in Kathmandu where you are staying and transferred to the destination place. You are highly recommended to provide us with your phone number and email address so that the communication becomes easier.
Bungee Jumping in Nepal Price
For Quick Booking Contact: Nepal Mobile +977 9851017030 24 Hrs Available on WhatsApp, Viber or WeChat. Contact Person - Binod Sapkota
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Accommodation During Bungee Jumping
This adventurous activity is organized by The Last Resort in both places (Bhotekoshi and Pokhara). You may choose one day or one-night stay package as well or you can choose the one night stay, the Bunjee Jump combines with 3-hour boating.
Best Seasons for Bungee Jumping in Nepal
These are the four major seasons in nepal along with their respective weather condition. visitors can perform this adventure activity (bungee jumping in nepal) every day in the year. meaning, there is no best time for achieving bungee jumping in nepal, but smart choice can be made looking after the seasons and their respective weather conditions., location of bungee jumping in nepal.
Bungee jumping in Nepal of Bhotekoshi is majorly famous among insiders and outsiders. It is located between India and the Tibetan Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China. Another location is Pokhara, the lake city of Nepal.
You are not recommended for Bungee Jumping if you have the following problems:
- Heart issues
- High Blood Pressure
- Pregnancy and Epilepsy
- Drugs and liquor addictions
- Psychological issues
- Neurological issues and orthopedic issues
The people with these sorts of health problems are highly non-recommended for bungee jumping in Nepal. But if they are recovering, or have an ethical and authenticated report from the doctor saying “s/he is able to perform adventure activities like this”. Then only they are allowed to perform bungee jumping. It is a rule for all as the company will not be responsible for any unpredicted or colossal damage amid sporting.
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What our clients say, reliving life with bungee jumping in nepal.
Growing out of the cocoon of fear is what I did, while I thought of and did Bungee jumping in Nepal. It was not an easy thing to do. Despite this, I did it. I had heard a lot of appraisals about this adventure activity in Nepal. Finally, I got a chance when my summer vacation started, and my friend told me about their tour in Europe. I also wanted to go to some chilled place, and on search on the internet, found Nepal to be the appealing natural one. Hence, to challenge my adrenaline, I booked bungee jumping, there. I landed Nepal, went for jumping, and completed it. What a feeling it was! Wow! I would never forget that moment while they were tying a rope in my legs, and were instructing me, about ‘how to let spread hands, and let go of every fear’. Rather, I became more nervous after I heard them. I closed my eyes and just jumped on. It was the very time when I conquered my fear. On that freefall, my mind became clear and free of every burden that was inside of me. I really enjoyed this experience in Nepal. I adore Nepal for its natural serenity and the adventurous tranquility. Truly appreciative country, it is! And concludingly, thank you so much Nepal Trek Adventure & Expedition team for fulfilling this adventure-fantasy, that I had drawn in my mind.
Great Bungee Jumping Organization by NTA
Bottling up my feelings and experience in Nepal is the really great thing that I love to do, so far. This emotion arose in my heart because of the bungee jumping I did there. No doubt, Nepal is a beautiful country with natural significance. These kinds of adventure activities add extra zest to this nation. It’s a good attempt to stature Nepal as a desirable place in the world. And yeah, thumbs up to the companies that are organizing these adventures. Nepal Trek Adventure, I truly admire that you are one of them. Guys, you are awesome in your work. Despite I had no previous relations, you were so adorable and friendly that I could feel the connection between us. The way you organized this bungee trip was awesome. I just loved the way you arranged all the things, regarding food, accommodation, road trip, and all were appreciable. Binod, I love you man. Your friendly behavior is also one of the major factors that attracted me to unite with you. Regarding the bungee, the experience was thrilling but interesting. I loved everything about it. Thank you, Binod, thank you NTA, and thank you Nepal for such an amazing tourism magnetism.
Why travel with Nepal Trek Adventure?
Nepal Trek Adventure and Expedition is one of the best local travel companies based in Kathmandu with leading adventures.
We run small and manageable group departure during the main season of the year. You can also make your trip private and maintain your own itinerary.
Our locally based team encompasses highly qualified and experienced and friendly and obliging team leaders, who will assist you in making your journey in our country more ravishing.
Travel with Confidence is something that comes from commitment. Being a legally registered company, we commit to provide best, satisfactory trekking, tour, and expedition.
All the tours and trekking that we run are programmed to keep nature safe and sound. We are also a member of different clubs working for the welfare of the community.
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Location Contact Nayapul, Sindhupalchowk Bhote Kosi River Gorge, Tatopani 21204 Nepal Getting there Tribhuvan Airport 35 mi See all flights Phaplu Airport 50 mi See all flights Rental Cars See all Tatopani rental cars See all nearby hotels 238 Reviews 19 Q+A 29 Room tips Traveler rating 142 Very Good 64 Average 17 Poor 10 Terrible 5 Time of year
Location; Amenities; Policies; The Last Resort ... 2023, prices found for a 1-night stay for 2 adults at The Last Resort on Mar 7, 2023 start from $94.0, excluding taxes and fees. ... Nepal The Dwarika's Hotel Hotel Yak & Yeti Aagantuk Resort Everest Panorama Resort Chandragiri Hills Resort The Terrace Nepal Gokarna Forest Resort Shangrila Blu ...
The Last Resort has a sales office in Thamel, in Mandala Street, not far from the Kathmandu Guest House. Mandala Street inside Sagarmatha Bazar Thamel, Kathmandu [email protected] Tel: +977-1-4700525, 4701247 (Sales office) Tel: +977-1-4440743 (Head office) The Last Resort location
Address: Bhotekosi Bungee Jump, Araniko Highway, Listikot 45301, Nepal Website: The Last Resort Price: 50 USD (approx. 5,588 NPR) Camping out in nature Show all photos After your day's death-defying activities, chances are that you'll have a bad case of jelly legs and an intense craving for some R&R.
LOCATION & HOW TO GET TO THE LAST RESORT NEPAL . Located around 100kms drive from Kathmandu (around 4.5 hours), The Last Resort is on the Friendship Highway that connects Nepal with Tibet. The resort isn't far from the Nepal-Tibet border, and is located in a pretty rural area amongst some beautiful natural surrounds.
Location of the Last Resort Nepal The Last Resort is a 4 hour drive northeast of Kathmandu, along the Friendship Highway. Note you have to take all of your bags across a suspension bridge that's 160 meters (about 500 feet) above the river below… the same bridge used for Bungee Jumping. The Last Resort Amenities
The Last Resort, Kathmandu Overview. The Last Resort, perched on top of the elevated gorge is located three-hours away from Kathmandu. The Last Resort is Nestled amid terraced slopes with Bhote Kosi River flowing closeby. This magnificent resort is perfect for relaxing, undertaking adventure activities, lounging at the plunge pool or reading ...
The trails around the resort are linked with the newly established The Great Himalaya Trail, connecting trekking areas right across the Nepal Himalaya. Inquiry: The Last Resort Sales Office Mandala Street inside Sagarmatha Bazar Thamel, Kathmandu Tel: +977-1-4700525, 4701247 (Sales office) Tel: +977-1-4701174 (Head office)
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Suspension bridge of Bhote Koshi river " The Last Resort" near Nepal-Tibet border and Hemja village nearby Pokhara is the most popular sites for Bungee Jumping in Nepal. Pokhara bungee jumping is the highest bungee for touching the water in the world with an elevation of 75m and bungee in suspension bridge in Bhotekoshi is the second highest ...
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