This is what Richard Goodey writes about the world highest canyon swing:
Find yourself peering over the edge, 524 feet above the raging waters of the Bhote Kosi, perched unnervingly high on a steel suspension bridge. This is the world’s highest canyon swing and it’s found a mere three hours from Kathmandu.
Experience what feels like infinity, a free fall of six to seven seconds as you swing like Tarzan through the jungle.
A Nepalese jungle haven for serial relaxers and adventure seekers alike!
This is how Kaitlyn and Lexie felt to be at The Last Resort.
The resort had been under construction ever since the Earthquake and now we are almost done.
We are ready to resume all our operation from the 12th of October 2015!! That too with a new system!
Keep an eye on our updates via our Facebook page and this website to look for more information.
Hoping to see you in October!
The Last Resort team.
Know how it is to fly? This is an amazing GoPro view of the bungee jump at The Last Resort in Nepal. Ben Brown is a world renowned Kayaker more used to kayaking from high waterfalls. There was talk of him sliding off of from the bridge in a kayak but that would have gone over the bungy weight limit – safety first folks.
Anyway, 30 seconds of flying attached to a bungy cord above the Bhote Kosi river –
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