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Bunjee Jumping in Nepal

  • Bunjee Jumping in Nepal
  • Max People : 16+
  • Wifi Available
  • Daily Tour
  • Min Age : N/A
  • Pickup at Kathmandu

Bungee Jumping is one of the most action-packed activities that get your adrenaline pumping. The freedom of leaping into thin air gets the heart racing of adventure junkies. In Nepal, a country renowned for its mountaineering culture, you’ll find some great spots for the best bungee jump of your life. 

Bunjee Jumping Equipments:

Bungee Cords: Bungee cords are made from strands of rubber and come in different shapes and sizes. The number of cables used depends upon the tour operator and the weight of the participant going for the leap. According to military safety standards, there should be one cord for every 50 lbs. (22.67 kg)
Harness: There are two types of harnesses- the full body and the ankle one. The entire-body harness has two parts, one that you wear on your chest like a vest and the other that you wear on your waist like a pair of shorts. The ankle harness is strapped around your ankles. 


  • Follow the Instructor: Listen to your instructor and ask anything that pops in your mind. They are trained individuals and know how to handle situations in case of an emergency. If you’re too scared for your first jump but don’t want to miss out on the fun, then ask the instructor to go along with you. Usually, there is a double jump possible with two people strapped together. 
  • Avoid Water Dunk Bungee: Many tour companies offer a water dunk where your head goes into the water for a few seconds just before you’ll be pulled up. As exciting as it sounds, if you’re a beginner, do not try it. A water dunk can be dangerous, and it needs a lot of calculations to pull your body up just after a few seconds of the dunk. 
  • Wear Comfortable Clothes: It’s an extreme sport, and all extreme sports go by comfort rule. Do not wear anything too tight or too loose. A t-shirt and shorts/pants are the best options. For ladies, avoid wearing dresses or skirts as that can land you in an awkward situation. Don’t forget to tie your shoelaces tightly!
  • Health: Bungee Jumping is not for the weak-hearted. People suffering from health conditions like pregnancy, neck or spinal injury, and heart problems. If you have asthma, any leg injury in the past or high blood pressure, then consult your doctor before trying this sport. Mostly the tour companies require a medical certificate declaring you’re medically for the jump. 
  • Eat Right Before you Jump: As your body plays with gravity, you must feel alright before taking the plunge. Don’t overeat or eat something substantial right before the jump and don’t go empty stomach either, which can make your stomach sick and you might throw up in the middle. 
  • Scream: Yes, you read it right. Scream! Scream as loud as you can and let the winds carry your fear away. This will make you feel free and double the fun of your experience. 

It takes a lot of courage to go for that first jump, but once you do it, there’s no looking back. Nepal is a great destination to have your first bungee jump ever, and you’ll come back as a better and stronger person. So pack your bags and tie your shoes, as it’s time for the leap into the void!

Bunjee Jumping in Nepal

Kathmandu-City Tour -Pokhara-Kathmandu.


All Accommodation in 3-star Hotel/ Camping/Lodge/Tea House and Farm House stay.

Transportation for Tour

1 to 2 Pax SUV Car | 2 to 8 Pax: Toyota Hiace Bus | 8 to 16 pax: Toyota Coaster Bus.

Proffessional Guide

Local English Guide expert in Local tradition and Culture.


First-day L/D and last day only breakfast before Departure. All meals during Tour. Please reconfirm with us.

Bunjee Jumping in Nepal
  • Experience the Kushma Bungee Jump is Nepal's highest bungee and the world's second-highest bungee Jump which scales the height of 228 Meters.
  • Experience excited and thrilling free fall towards the wild river of Bhote Koshi
Nepal Bunjee Jumping Detail

1. Bunjee Jumping Bhote Kosi River

Nepal’s first bungee jumping site is here above Bhote Kosi River, the third-highest natural bungee jump in the world! A three-hour drive from Kathmandu, you take the plunge of about 160m into the river and get pulled up just when you’re ready for the river’s kiss. This thrilling adventure is one of the most loved tourist and adventure enthusiasts’ activities. The jump is from a suspension bridge of Swiss design built especially for this purpose with a 4x safety factor. 

Bunjee Jumping 2Hemja Pokhara

Another adrenaline-pumping experience is at Pokhara, which has Nepal’s only tower bungee that gives you various options for jumping like swing bungee, high-ground bungee, etc. The jump has a spectacular view of the majestic Himalayas. Pokhara is the adventure hub of Nepal with other famous activities like trekking, paragliding, Zip-flyer, and much more. 

Location: Highground Bungee, Hemja, Pokhara, Kaski district, Nepal
Type of Bungee Jump: Tower 

Nepal Festival Tour Packages

What is the famous festival in Nepal?

DashainDashain is a 15-day-long festival and holiday in Nepal. It is the longest and the most auspicious festival in the Nepalese annual calendar, celebrated by Nepalese Hindu people throughout the globe.

How many festival celebrate in Nepal?

There are more than 50 festivals celebrated in Nepal every year. While the national festivals have fixed dates, religious festivals in Nepal are set by astrologers following the lunar calendar.

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