We booked a day trip to do the canyon swing (highest in the world!) and canyoning.
The ride there took about 3 hours and at times was a rough ride but hey, that's Nepalese roads for you.
When we arrived we were taken straight to the activity area and everything was explained thoroughly. After getting over my nerves and mild panic I jumped and it was one of the coolest things I've ever done!
The safety is 1st class and I was made to feel very comfortable on that level.
After that we did canyoning which was basically abseiling down 8 waterfalls of varying heights culminating in a 45m abseil. I've done a lot of abseiling in my time but this was still a lot if fun.
Again everything was clearly explained and safety was paramount.
Travel back took just over 4 hours.
Overall a really enjoyable day out
Jon LTrip Advisor
Bungee jumping : it was really safe. I jumped from 170 m height, with the gushing water down and cold breeze I was initially scared but the staff there were really motivating.
Canyoning: we had to walk a little distance to reach the top of the waterfalls and we were showed by our instructor how to climb down the waterfalls with gushing water and we climbed down around three levels down.
So both these activities was worth every penny.
A beautiful must-see place in Nepal - a world-famous bungy, gorgeous canyoning. Sauna & luxury tented accommodation. It is the first bungee jumping site in Nepal. Situated on the top of the gorge around Tibetan border, this bungee jumping site is 3-hour drive away from Kathmandu.