Bungee jumping in Nepal is an exhilarating adventure activity that has gained popularity in recent years. The country’s diverse terrain, including deep gorges and high suspension bridges, provides ideal locations for bungee jumping enthusiasts.

One of a kind, the first Bungee in Nepal is about three hours’ drive from Kathmandu. Leap over a bridge and dive 160 meters down the Bhote Kosi River, only to be dragged back just in time to avoid getting wet.
The breathtaking and heart-pounding excitement of jumping off a suspension bridge above a river canyon has been drawing thrill-seekers to Nepal for years. It’s the ultimate excitement that few other hobbies can rival, and if you have the bravery, it’s an experience that will last a lifetime.

You can experience the exhilaration of a bungee jump in two locations: the beautiful city of Pokhara, or The Last Resort, which is located along the Arniko Highway. One of the top bungee consultants in New Zealand created the Last Resort’s bungee jump, which is run by some of the industry’s most seasoned jump masters. The jump is made from a 166-meter-wide steel suspension bridge that spans the rushing Bhote Koshi River and connects two sides of a deep valley. The location boasts breathtaking landscape, with thick trees enveloping the cliff’s summit. In addition to rock climbing and canyoning, rafting is available here for overnight stays.

You can also go for a bungee jump at Hemja, Pokhara. This is Nepal’s only tower bungee, high ground bungee and swing, offering various options of bungee jumping. Located just 20 minutes away from Pokhara Lakeside, the jump site offers a spellbinding view of the Himalayas, the hills and the rivers.

You can also for a bungee jump is Kushma Bungee Jump. Kushma Bungee Jump is Nepal’s highest bungee and the world’s second-highest bungee Jump which scales the height of 228 Meters. Kushma Bungee jump spot is located on the border of Baglung and the Kushma district of Nepal. These two districts are connected by the 520 Meter suspension bridge in the George of Kaligandaki river. There are other two bungee jump spots in Nepal besides this, The Last Resort and High-ground Bungee Jump respectively of 160 Meters and 70 Meters.