Adventure Tour Nepal

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Adventure Tour Nepal

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Adventure Tour Nepal

The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
  • Airport-Hotel-Airport (Intl & Dom) transfers,
  • Hotel accommodations in Kathmandu & Pokhara,
  • Meals plan as mentioned in the itinerary,
  • Mountain flight,
  • Trishuli River rafting,
  • Kathmandu & Pokhara Bungee,
  • Pokhara Paragliding,
  • Pokhara Zip flyer,
  • Pokhara Ultra Light flight,
  • Private vehicles for sightseeing trip,
  • All land transportation,
  • Nepal Government Certified, English speaking mountain tour guides,
  • Sightseeing entrance permit,
  • Farewell dinner with cultural dance at Nepali cultural restaurant,
  • Local and government TAX etc.
Whats not included in this tour.Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
  • International airfare,
  • Tips for the staffs,
  • Alcoholic & soft drinks,
  • Personal expenses: shopping, laundry, tour equipment, battery charge, SIM Card etc.
  • Nepal visa fee,
  • Cost raised by unpredictable cancellation, natural calamities, political situation, illness etc.
  • Others expenses which are not mentioned above in INCLUDES section.
  1. 01 Arrive in Nepal/ Kathmandu

    On your arrival at Kathmandu, Fishtail Tours representative will pick up you from Tribhuvan International Airport and transfer to the Hotel. Evening walk around the local city and overnight at hotel.

  2. 02 Mt. Flight & sightseeing around Kathmandu

    We start our tour driving to domestic airport to take the beautiful mountain flight . Drive to hotel have breakfast and our tour starts from Swyambhunath (Monkey Temple), Bouddhanath (Biggest Buddhist Stupa), Pashupatinath (Biggest Hindus & Buddhist Pilgrimage) and Kathmandu Durbar Square (ancient capital of Kathmandu (Kantipur). Overnight at hotel.

    Mountain Flight
    Mountain flights are certainly one of the best experiences one can ever have. Imagine watching the picturesque views of mountains and the Himalayas from a closer look, from the sky itself. Mountain flights are very popular among people who travel to Nepal from various parts of the world. Mountain flights are presumably one of the best attractions of Nepal.
    Most flights are operated in the mornings and function at all times except in the monsoon seasons of June, July & August. Air planes fly along the Himalayan range and also beyond for passengers to get a good view of the Himalayan range. All the domestic airlines of Nepal offer various forms of mountain flights which makes mountain flights quite accessible.
    The domestic flight takes you within the camera range of some of the highest peaks in the world, and cruising this close to the awe-inspiring massifs of rock and ice is an out-of-this world experience. A few domestic airlines offer mountain flight from Kathmandu to see Mt. Everest. This unique experience gives visitors a quick glimpse at Nepal’s wild landscapes and a fly-past through the world’s tallest peak. The aircraft takes off and heads eastward and almost immediately the peaks come into view. The first peak that appears on the horizon is the majestic Gosaithan, also called Shisha Pangma, standing at a height of 8,013m. To its right appears Dorje Lhakpa (6,966m), looking like a massive figure of eight lying prone and covered in snow. To its right is Phurbi Chyachu, which looms over the Kathmandu valley.
    Many domestic flights provide services of the mountain flights that are affordable and readily available. The flights cover the most of the eccentric views of Himalayan ranges which offers the customers with full satisfaction of the service that will not disappoint anyone.

    Swoyambhunath Temple
    Swoyambhunath temple is another popular heritage of Kathmandu valley. Swoyambhunath is considered an important pilgrimage for the Buddhists. It is also listed as a world heritage site which makes it one of the best choices for visiting.

    Pashupatinath Temple
    Pashupatinath Temple is one of the biggest temples for Hindus, its pagoda style Hindu temple with golden roofing and richly carved silver doors dedicated to Lord Shiva situated at the bank of the holy Bagmati River, is a holy temple to Hindus around the world.

    Boudhanath Stupa
    Also known as little Tibet, Boudhanath attracts plentiful of visitors every day. The ancient immense chortens was built in the 6th century A.D. by King Man Deb of Nepal. It rests on a series of three terraces and from the bird’s eye view it takes the relevant shape or of a lotus flower which indeed remains a very holy object for all the devoted Buddhists of the world.

    Kathmandu Durbar Square
    Kathmandu Durbar Square is the house of the Living Goddess (Kumari Ghar), the ferocious Kal Bhairab, the red monkey god, and hundreds of erotic carvings are a few examples of the sights at the Square. The buildings here are the greatest achievements of the Malla dynasty, and they resulted from the great rivalry between the three palaces of Kathmandu, Patan, and Bhaktapur.

    Meals: Breakfast

  3. 03 The Last Resort Bungee

    Bungy Jumping makes an exciting and thrilling sport. This is getting increasingly popular among the tourists, the youth and the adventure seekers.
    The first bungy jump site in Nepal is located close to the Nepal Tibet border, 160km over the river of Bhote Koshi where you get to after a three hour bus ride. This was designed by the New Zealand’s leading bungy consultants. It is considered free from any kind of hassles and accidents.

    Meals: Lunch

  4. 04 Drive to Trishuli River for Rafting & Pokhara

    Trishuli River Rafting

    Trishuli River which is located around 3-5 hour drive west from Kathmandu is an excellent choice for short treks that can be as the trekking trip while going towards Pokhara or Chitwan. The river rafting can last from 1 to 3 days. Usually people are inclined towards doing this 2 day trip as Trishuli River rafting which is much faster and easier than any other rafting trips done within a limited time.
    The Trishuli River encompasses small gorges and glimpses of the cable car that leads to the religiously regarded temple of Manakamana. For the most year the rapids in the Trishuli river is usually uncomplicated and can be negotiated easily without much hassle while on monsoon days the rapids are much more hectic and full of increased white water. Trishuli originates from the Gandaki River while mixing with rivers like Bheri, Marsyangdi and Seti. Rafting along the rapids of this river will provide you an opportunity to explore an exciting culture along with the enchanting nature.
    Trishuli river rafting is considered as one of the most popular activities done in the region which is famous among the local as well as tourists travelling from different parts of the world. The rafting can be moderate to extremely challenging when the water rapids are high this is mostly during the monsoon season when the rain increases the water level of the river resulting in higher rapids.
    It offers some adventurous highs and lows along with the beautiful gorges throughout the rafting journey. Every equipment necessary is provided; there is also an experienced guide throughout the journey ensuring the safety and a successful rafting. This rafting goes through some extremes to keep the rafters thrilled however surprisingly enough it is considered safe for children as well. The three hour rafting begins after arriving at Charaudi from where the river begins and finally ends at Kurintar.
    Then after rafting, drive to Pokhara which is 4 hours journey.

    Meals: Breakfast & Lunch

  5. 05-06 Pokhara sightseeing

    On these two days in Pokhara you are going to do the several activities.

    Fewa Lake & Boating
    This lake of Fewa is among the most popular tourists locations, as thousands of tourists that vary from internal to external come here flocking to enjoy the glorious sights of this beautiful lake and also to do various fun oriented activities like boating, swimming, strolling around the lakeside or visiting the temple of Tal Barahi, there are a lot of options but most notably Fewa lake is known for its boating activity which is a serene and beautiful experience in itself. Otherwise, this lake is quite famously known for its vibrant lakeside area activities along with some great hotels located just near the lakeside.
    Boating can be done throughout the year in this famous gentle river that borders the forested hill with superb views around. However, you cannot boat around the monsoon season. You can boat either with a guide or by yourselves, the choice is yours. You can also choose the type of boat you want that may vary from driven boats (the old fashioned one joined two boats with planks and pedals in the middle), row boats and even sail boats whichever you like. You could also do it with a group which is comparatively cheaper however it is not similar with the experience you get with the other boating types available.
    The boating experience is a wonderful experience to people who seek to have a great time in the nature exploring all that is available to them. Boating is one of the most commonly done activities in Pokhara since a very long time as a tourist activity. Despite the growth of other various recreational activities, boating still is the major activity here. The Fewa lake itself is a wonderful sight you cannot miss while also enjoying the boating ride sailing through the water and watching some splendid views.

    Sarangkot is known to be a place from where you can see some majestic views of the mountains along with the sunrise and sunset making it extremely popular among the tourist destinations of Nepal.
    Former VDC of Pokhara valley, lying in the Kaski district of the Gandaki Zone, Srangkot, is a place from where you get to see the breathtaking views of noramic mountains like Dhaulagiri, Manaslu, and Annapurna. This is one of the must visit sites in Pokhara valley itself and there are several visitors who come to see the beautiful views that are not available anywhere else.
    Sarangkot offers the best from the nature and tourists are delighted to see this magnificent spot. Other than just the views, Sarangkot is also getting famous as a spot for paragliding which is becoming a popular activity among the local as well as external visitors. There are plenty of restaurants and hotels around Sarangkot that makes the accommodation around the area feasible.

    World Peace Pagoda Stupa
    World peace pagoda also called as “Shanti Stupa” Nipponzan-Myōhōji monk Morioka Sonin with local supporters under the guidance of Nichidatsu Fujii, a Buddhist monk and the founder of Nipponzan-Myōhōji. Shanti means peace in Nepali and it represents as the symbol of peace. The pagoda stupa is situated at the height of 100 meters on the Ananda Hill, Nichidatsu Fujii laid the foundation stone along with relics of the Buddha on 12 September 1973.
    The monument is a beautiful white colored pagoda style stupa which sits atop of the hill overlooking the beautiful Annapurna ranges. You can either hike or boat towards the shore beneath the pagoda. Usually rides towards the stupa are expensive and thus it is advisable to simply take up a hike or a boating through the famous Fewa tal. Whatever you decide to choose, once you get there you will enjoy the beautiful and peaceful environment of the Peace Pagoda along with the terrific views of the peaks and the valley from atop of the pagoda.
    You are not allowed to speak loudly and are required to maintain silence as the name defines the place itself. You will also see some of the amazing sunrise and sunset views from the pagoda which you can enjoy thoroughly. The tourists flood to the Shanti Stupa every year and take pictures of the peace pagoda and the wonderful views from there.
    There are enough cafes and local shops providing you with water and food along the way to the pagoda. The best time to visit the World peace pagoda is during fall and spring when the weather is the best and the scenery is amazing. You should hike early to catch sunrise from here and also the sunset both of which are a must see sights.

    Davis Fall
    Davis fall another most popular spot of Pokhara and considered as the best places to visit which is visited every year by the tourists around the world including some local tourists that make a visit and to see this wonderful sight of the water flowing onto the deep narrow canals without an end. The waterfall is believed to take the life of a man named Davis, who fell in the canal and his body was never found therefore the waterfall has been named after the man, and called as Davis fall, David’s fall and similar.
    This waterfall is called as one of Pokhara’s best sites and attracts more than thousand visitors each year. The waterfall is one of Nepal’s major destinations which is quite a hit among travelers and considered as one of Pokhara’s significant landmarks. It is also called locally as “patale chango”. The fall along with Mahindra cave is considered the best of the destinations there. It lies 2km from central Pokhara city, while the water flowing down the deep narrow canals along with the green vegetation in the area is considered simply attractive to many visitors. Along with that the story of the man after whom the fall is named makes the place even more special and people even make a visit here out of curiosity. It is in the middle of the busy city of Pokhara. There is one good spot on the beginning of the path where you can see the most beautiful part of the waterfall and make descents through tunnels to Mahindra cave.
    So if you are planning a visit to Pokhara and haven’t visited the famous Davis falls yet then it’s recommendable to make a visit as it is a unique sight in itself with that you get to explore the Mahindra cave both of which are among the bests.

    Gupteshwor Mahadev Cave
    The Gupteshwor cave is one of the most popular destinations and considered as the holy cave in Nepal. During the 1940s, few local men discovered a strange place covered by wreckage and grasses near the Kali Gandaki River which, when cleared, came out as an entrance to a cave. The dark cave was full of various statues and portraits of the Hindu Gods and Goddesses and a very strange sound of waterfall greeted those who entered inside the cave. Considered as one of the longest caves in Nepal, the Gupteshwor cave houses the statues of Pandava, Mahadev–Parvati, Saraswati, Nageswar and other gods and goddesses in the rocks.
    Named after the Hindu gods, Gupteshwor cave is especially considered as an abode of Lord Shiva. The cave is considered as the holy place where the carvings are said to have appeared naturally. The dark cave is full of statues and the portraits of the Hindu gods and goddesses, including the statues of the Pandava, Mahadev–Parvati, Saraswati, Nageswar and other gods and goddesses in the rocks. The presence of devotees in this cave is high during the festivals of Chaite Dashain and Maha Shivaratri. Not only the various Hindu gods but this cave is also a sanctuary to various species of bats living inside.
    Gupteshwor cave is also considered as 599 years old and is a major tourist spot in Pokhara. The cave is moldy and damp but a string of electric light bulbs releases enough light that enables you to see the stairs clearly. Most of the time you need to bend down until you pass through the 50 meters long tunnel. Once you pass through the tunnel, there is a huge open cavern with enormous rocks, no trace of soil at all, only little pebbles scattered everywhere.
    On the right hand side there is a deep gorge. After a few yards of rushing through the darkness, there is a crystal clear pond from where you can see the awe-inspiring Patale Chhango (Devi’s falls) falling right from the top.

    Bat Cave
    Bat Cave is a cave in Pokhara where you are sure to find the bats hanging around the ceiling of the damp and the dark bat where they start chirruping. . It lies in Batulechour area, which is a northern settlement of the Pokhara valley of Kaski district, Nepal. This cave is located 980m above the mean sea level, at 31° 30′ 43” N and 79° 19′ 14” E. It is 220m long and is forked in the interior. One arm, which extends towards southeast, is 150 meter long roof. This arm of the cave is sccessible. Most of the visitors can visit this part. Another arm, which extends towards northeast, is about 70m long and is inaccessible. It is famous for its picturesque appearance and most important for its amazing adventurous naturality. It is open every day of the week for visitors.
    The bat cave is sure to scare you if you are a claustrophobic however the people who are looking for a bit of thrill this place is a must visit as the cave reminds people of being like in a horror movie because of the ambience around the cave that frightens the weaker hearts. Bat Cave is another attraction for the tourists visiting Pokhara, as many do visit and have different experiences after travelling there.
    This is actually the roosting site of theses deadly mammals and they are inclined to cover the most of the ceiling. You will find there more than 10,000 bats in the cave from September to May. In other season the population of these mammals is rather small. It is wonderful to suddenly look up and realize that the ceiling of the cave is alive. Mainly two species of bats HIPPOSIDEROS ARMAING AND RHINO are recorded in the Bat Cave. Apart from the bats the caves also have images of tusks, gods and goddesses engraved in the walls.

    Mountaineering Museum
    The mountain museum in Pokhara offers the best introductory knowledge to the people residing in the mountainous county of Nepal. This tolerant museum is devoted to the mountains of Nepal, the mountaineers who climbed them and the people who call them home. Inside, you can see the original device from many of the first Himalayan ascents, as well as displays on the history, culture, geology, and flora and fauna of the Himalaya. The museums is basically an allegiance symbol to the people of the Himalayas and you might as well consider it the live book of the mountain region, its people and the culture and the tradition that exists there giving the much needed information.
    As Nepal is known worldwide as being the mountainous countries with some of the highest peaks in the world, this image is preserved and the legacy being passed on through this museum which tends to preserve and promote the identity for many years to come. The museum contains everything you will need to know about the region. From the galleries of portraits of the mountain people to the dresses worn by them, this particular museum has preserved all of these. The museum is basically meant to celebrate the lifestyle and culture of the mountain region simultaneously keeping in mind the mountaineering spirit. With an objective of maintaining systematic records of the successful eight thousanders, geographic flora and fauna and human activities in the range, the International mountain Museum has been established at the foot step of fishtail peak and gate way to the mountain region. The shape of the museum roof itself resembling the mountain skyline is another main attraction to the visitors who come here for making a visit.
    So next time you are here around Pokhara you should make sure to pay a visit in this museum as it is quite an insightful and fun place to visit.

    Seti Gorge
    Seti Gandaki and Seti gorge are two major attractions of Pokhara as this river flows right through the city and runs completely underground at many places with a myth that the land of Pokhara floats on the Seti River. The river is said to originate from the snow fields and glaciers around the two peaks of Api and Nampa in the south that faces the slopes of main Himalayas. Thus this Seti river gorge is a popular tourist destination among all the destinations in Pokhara attracting the tourists both local and external when they opt for visiting this river gorge to do many activities that vary from Kayaking to rafting.
    The Seti river gorge is one of the few destinations in Pokhara which represents Nepal’s water resources and rivers that are unique and beautiful. The river having mythical importance as well being considered as one of Nepal’s prominent river originating from the high and majestic Himalayas. The deep set gorge is an excellent way to explore Nepal’s best water sources and resources. This is just a fragment of what there is. Each year many tourists make a visit to see this river gorge.

    Begnas Lake
    This freshwater lake in Pokhara is located in the south east of Pokhara valley which is the third largest lake of Nepal and second largest of Pokhara after the Fewa Lake in Pokhara valley. The lake is considered as one of the most beautiful lakes among all the other eight lakes in the Pokhara valley. The lake gets comparatively fewer visitors than other sites in Pokhara despite being so near to the city. The lake is surrounded by the pristine nature and the rippling mountain springs bordering either side make this lake a beautiful and magnificent spot to get to and enjoy the serenity along with the nature.
    The Begnas Lake makes a picture perfect view for aspiring photographers and people who wish to spend some more time in the nature. There are also suitable and appropriate hotels around the lake which are there to provide you the best food and lodging facilities. This lake has been underestimated and hasn’t been traveled as often as it should as the lake and the area around the lake is a splendid combination which is among the off beaten and unconventional spots in Pokhara.
    This is one of the most serene and chill places ever you cannot miss once in Pokhara, it is only an hour drive away from Pokhara and not so hard to access as there are vehicles available to provide you required transport service. You can later hop around the lake area looking for some great resorts found there to rest or look for a good lunch or dinner. In a nutshell the Begnas Lake trip is sure to leave you satisfied and won’t disappoint you as there are much more in store for you. But the best is when you make a visit there by yourself. Be sure to not miss this!

    Rupa Tal
    Rupa Tal is a freshwater lake in Nepal which is located at the Pokhara-Lekhnath metropolitan municipality which is the third biggest lake in the Pokhara valley with an altitude of 600m. This lake which is elongated north to south is fed by recurrent streams; the main flow of the water is from the Talbesi stream while the Dovan Khola is the feeder stream with its outlet Tal Khola which is at Sistani Ghat. 10kms south of Pokhara, leaving the Prithvi highway you will head north to two amazing lakes of Begnas and Rupa which are also considered as, “twin lakes” however Begnas is the larger one. Pachabhaiya village is spread out along the ridge between the two lakes and the guesthouses look down on either lake depending upon their orientation. There are also views across the lakes to the snowy Himalaya peaks.
    This lake is one of the unspoiled lakes and tourist locations of Nepal with little accessibility of outside world which makes this location exotic for its rich natural beauty and scenic views that are sure to melt your heart. Rupa Tal is not as often visited as the Fewa Tal which is the most common and popular tourist hub. Despite being a less visited tourist destination, the area around the Tal also known as Lakeside has best of the cafes and restaurants with great food and other facilities that are of good quality and recommended to all visiting for the very first time.
    This is a clean, peaceful location away from the hustle and bustle of the city which makes a perfect spot for nature lovers or to the people who want to spend more time in the wilderness. This is also appropriate if you are looking for something different in Pokhara besides the same regular major city attractions. It’s definitely worth your visit.

    Pokhara Paragliding
    Pokhara being one of the most popular choices for travelling is also known for long as the center for a paragliding experience. Pokhara has been providing this service for a long time now, and thus is the most trusted, and accessible services ever found. Through this experience you can witness the majestic views of mountain ranges, beautiful lakes and the Pokhara city as a whole from the top of the world. This paragliding experience is surely never to disappoint anyone as it commits towards providing the best from the whole flying experience.
    Enjoy the relaxing 20 minutes fly or challenge a 1 hour ”Cross Country” flight where the pilot bring you from one thermal to another showing you the perfection of this sport. The standard paragliding flight takes off from Sarangkot that takes around 30 min. by jeep from Pokhara, which then floats above Sarangkot for a while, then heads over Pokhara before performing spiraling acrobatics (optional) on drop to Phewa Tal next to Lakeside. For the best conditions during paragliding, the sun needs to have been out there enough to heat the earth surface and create a thermal necessary for the lift.
    The peak season for bookings of the paragliding services in Nepal are usually during September- October/November and February/March. The fall months are the clearest where thermals develop quickly with easy, high flying of up to 3000 m. However in monsoon season some might be lucky enough to catch a clear sky and sun to experience the paragliding in Pokhara.

    Hangliding Pokhara
    One of Pokhara’s adventurous delights, hang gliding is considered as an amazing experience that is one heck of an experience. This is one of the new air sports activity introduced that promises an adventurous time surrounded by the beautiful mountains gliding through the sky and light cool breeze flashing through your face from the majestic mountains. Hang gliding is an amazing experience for those who want to view Pokhara from high up in the sky and are not afraid of heights!
    Most importantly you don’t need flying skills to experience this amazing hang glider that is a thrilling ride for sure. This sky trip lasts around 20-30 minutes, which first begins when you make your flight through the bank of Fewa Lake crossing the small rivers and rice field terraces going back to the same track. First you will be introduced to the equipments and briefed about the pre-flights and finally you will be harnessed to the hang glider along with the experienced instructor then fly in the open sky feeling like a free bird. Your experience can be recorded as you will have a special camera harnessed to the hang glider with your pilot instructor. Hang gliding Pokhara is a new activity which is getting popular with the tourism flourishing in Pokhara. The best time to go for this amazing experience is from early October until the initial days of May while other popular months are during November, December and January. These months are considered appropriate because of the super consistent weather during this time.
    On average over the past 4 seasons these months have only had 3 out of 90 days non flyable. You will be taking off from Lauruk-Bamdi near lakeside Pokhara. This is an amazing and unique experience you are sure to enjoy.

    Ultra Light Flight
    Ultra light flight is flying of lightweight, 1 or 2 seat fixed wing aircraft which is another sky sport to carry out to observe the full spectrum of the Pokhara valley along with the mountain peaks and lakes at the same time. Ultra light which is a light aircraft has no windows and seating available for two people that is for a pilot navigating the flight while the other seat is for the passenger. This flight lasts from 15 to even 90 minutes depending on the height you want to reach during the flight.
    The ultra light flight is powered by the engines which help you to reach towards the mountain peaks; giving a close view of the mountains. Professional ultra light flight actually began in Nepal in 1997 A.D and also claimed to be the first one ever in South Asia. Ultra light flight is simply best for experiencing the spectacular views of the lakes, mountains and villages. It offers the flyers a unique blend of both mountain and plateau area. While flying over the Pokhara valley, you will not miss the scenic beauty of both the Himalayas and the most famous lake of Nepal, phewa Tal. The flight will be a journey through nature. This is truly a unique experience to many.

    Zip Flyer
    After boarding on your shuttle, for the ride to the top of the mountain, the adventure begins! The experience of a zip flyer is done through the village of Sarangkot way up to the mountainside. Once reaching the top, there will be a short walk towards the Butterfly Pavillion which is an architectural spectacle that also offers some exciting views of the majestic Himalayan range.
    At 5,400 feet above sea level you will be seated into a special harness seat awaiting your launch. Two guests launch at once, and it is a race to the bottom. The countdown begins and you’re off, accelerating to 100 mph as you pass above the dense forest below. If you can keep your eyes still open you will see extensive views of majestic Machhapuchhre, the Annapurna range and the raging Seti River. Your ride concludes with a break-activated landing on the HighGround Triangle in the village of Hyangja. The adventure begins and pick up is done from Lakeside.
    The zip flyer experience is one of Pokhara’s new adventure attractions and more people are getting attracted towards it eventually. To be able to experience this you have to weigh between 35 kg and 125kgs. You must be comfortable with heights. The ride is not recommended for the people who have certain neck problems and back problems. The zip flying experience is certainly there to provide your adrenaline a rush. In concerns of safety, the zip flyer is designed with most advanced technologies, keeping safety and comforts as major concerns.
    The duration of this zip flyer trip lasts around 2.5 hours in approximation. If you are in Pokhara, don’t miss out the chance of getting into a Zip Flyer and have the ultimate fun filled ride because this might just be the next best thing you do.

    Pokhara Bungee

    Pokhara is already famous for some of the biggest and wildest adventure sports; Paragliding, rafting, zip flyer, ultra flight, sky dive and much more. But bungee jump has been one of the oldest sport people have been doing for years now and Pokhara undoubtedly is the hub for Bungee jumping which is the most popular, loved and used adventure sport of all. The Pokhara Bungee is pretty economical and a wonderful opportunity to get an unusual lively experience. Pokhara bungee is a water touch bungee, which is made from a tower at the height of 80 meters from where you dive into the pond that is 18-20 m deep. The whole experience is giving your adrenaline a rush.
    How does a bungee jump feel like? The jump feels like a short quick jump off the rails, there is not much sightseeing to do or not much things to think about. It begins and ends in a short span of time. The fear is felt initially but after falling, your fear starts slowly vanishing away and that feeling is overtaken by excitement and bliss. Towards the end you are thrown off like a yo-yo, spinning from the rope which doesn’t feel that bad after all. The whole experience lasts for few seconds but those few seconds might feel as the best seconds of your life!
    The whole experience is hard to exactly put down in words unless you experience it yourselves. Bungee jump however has some pre requisites, which means that you should be qualifying for the jump itself to ensure you are physically eligible and there are no shortcomings in your safety and comfort. In short, Pokhara Bungee jumping is something you definitely cannot afford missing.

    Meals: Breakfast

  6. 07 Drive to Kathmandu

    After having breakfast at hotel and village tour, we drive back to Kathmandu which is around 6-7 hours.

    Meals: Breakfast

  7. 08 Final departure

    After having breakfast at hotel, we process for farewell bid. Then our company representative will drop you at Airport for your onward journey.

    Meals: Breakfast

Hotel & Resort

There are good hotel provided at Kathmandu and Pokhara and the restaurants at these places provide all types of food: Nepali, Indian, Chinese, European, continental etc.