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The Thrill of Bungee Jumping In Nepal

While visiting Nepal, one should definitely consider attempting a bungee jump. Like paragliding, skydiving, whitewater rafting, and trekking, bungee jumping is an adventure everyone should try at least once. The thrill of jumping into thin air gets the heart racing for adventure junkies as well as average thrill seekers. Bungee jumping is known as one of the most adrenaline-pumping sports.

As mentioned earlier, If you’re looking for the best bungee jump of your life, visit Nepal, a country famous for its mountain climbing culture. Bungee Jumping is an adventure in which you don’t need any special training or specific preparation. All you need is to book your Jump and enjoy the adventure.

Among Nepal’s three Bungee Jumping locations, one is at Bhotekoshi, another at Pokhara, and a third is at Kusma. You can either enjoy all three or pick one location for the Jump.

You decide! If you, too, are interested in Bungee Jumping, be ready for some of the most thrilling experiences you can enjoy. Here at Pokhara Info, we can arrange a suitable Bungee Jumping tour, including transportation to and from your chosen location.

Favorable time for Bungee Jumping

There are no restrictions on bungee jumping in Nepal throughout the year, but it halts in the rainy season. The most favorable time to go bungee jumping in Nepal is between March-May and September-November when the weather is dry and cool. You should avoid bungee jumping during the monsoon season, regardless of whether the tour company offers it.

Bungee Jumping Locations in Nepal

Bhote Koshi

The first ever bungee jumping activity was in Nepal’s Bhote Koshi gorge. And now, it is one of the biggest and most famous spots for bungee jumping worldwide. It is located near the border of Tibet from Nepal and has a height of 160 meters above sea level.

In addition, it is one of the highest bungee jumping sites in Nepal and the world. Surrounding the Jump is the Bhote Koshi River, which will add to the entertainment. 

The Jump takes place from Nepal’s longest suspension bridge which NZ’s famous Bungee consultant designed. Doesn’t it seem amazing? It should and is done under the supervision of experienced operators, ensuring that you have a perfect jumping experience. In addition to giving you a heart-thumping experience, it also ensures your safety.

Get ready to experience the world’s highest bungee jumping in Nepal. You’ll feel a drop in your heartbeat just by looking down. Thus, during the Jump, start counting from 5 and Jump. There is nothing quite like this Jump in the world.

Aside from the jaw-dropping views, you can get very close to the crystal clear river below. You will experience bliss and feel as if you’re flying in heaven.

Reaching the Bhote Koshi Gorge

The Bungee Jumping location at the Bhote Koshi Gorge is located 12 kilometers from the Nepal-Tibet border. It can take around 3 to 4 hours to reach the exact location if you are traveling from Kathmandu. You will also travel via the Araniko highway. When you cross the famous friendship bridge, you will arrive at the suspension bridge where you will jump.

Pokhara

Nepal’s Pokhara is one of the most famous destinations for indulging in the most adventurous activities. From paragliding to zipping flying to trekking, Pokhara offers it all. Bungee jumping was added to the list in 2014 and quickly became Pokhara’s most popular adventure.

It is known as the Watertouching Jump since you get to touch a pond below the jumping point. It is an incredible experience you must have at least once in your lifetime.

In the Kaski district, an artificial pond is 20 meters deep and is located next to a steel cliff from which you will jump. The cliff is 80 meters high, and 30 to 40 people can participate in the activity in a single day.

The view of the surroundings is truly mesmerizing, adding to your adrenaline rush once you jump into the water below. Once you touch the water below, you will feel your heart pound like never before.

Whether you jump from the cliff with a friend or alone, you will have a mind-blowing experience. After jumping from the cliff, you will float for a while, then splash into the water below. Upon completion of the Jump and the trip, you will be picked up by a boat and returned back. Nonetheless, the experience will leave you breathless!

Reaching Hemja, Pokhara

It would take around 20 minutes to reach the jumping spot from the Pokhara lakeside. Once you arrive at the lakeside, take a cab, and you will be at the jumping spot in no time.

Jumping in Kushma, Parbat

There is arguably no better place in Nepal to experience bungee jumping than Kusma, located in the Parbat district, the second-highest and number one jumping spot in the world. If you want an exhilarating experience, you definitely can’t miss booking your Kusma bungee jump.

The Cliff Nepal operates and maintains the Bungee at Kusma, which has a height of 228 meters, and the Canyon Swing at Kushma, the world’s tallest swing. The Canyon Swing height is 748 feet or 228 meters. The Jump price for an individual can lie within the range of 6 to 10 thousand rupees. 

The official website offers you the option to book your Bungee Jump. But in most cases, Bungee Jump bookings are handled by local firms who already have the experience. Here at Pokhara Info, you don’t need to worry about the booking date.

Bungee Jumping Tips and Tricks

  • Do not hesitate to inquire about any questions you have. Your instructor is a trained professional who knows how to handle any emergency situation. Doing a double jump with two people strapped together is possible if you’re too scared for your first Jump but still want to participate.
  • Many tour companies offer a water dunk. Your head goes under the water for a few seconds just before you’re pulled out. As exciting as it sounds, it’s not recommended for beginners. In just a few seconds after being sunk in the water, You must pull your body up with a lot of calculations.
  • You’ll feel free, and your experience will be doubled when you scream and let the wind carry your fear away.
  • As soon as possible, get to the spot to avoid the line.
  • It’s important to feel well before jumping, as gravity plays a role. Don’t overeat or eat something substantial before you jump, and don’t empty your tummy either. That can make your stomach sick, throwing you up in the middle of the Jump.
  • In case you have asthma, a history of a leg injury, or high blood pressure, then you should consult your doctor before attempting bungee jumping. People suffering from spinal or neck injuries, heart problems, or pregnant women may be at risk.
  • There’s a comfort rule when doing extreme sports. A t-shirt and shorts/pants are great choices. A dress or skirt can make things awkward. It is not recommended to wear anything too tight or too loose during extreme sports.
  • Travelers who are pregnant are advised to avoid it.

Age Limit

Jumpers must be over 18 years old, but their parents or guardians must accompany anybody under 18 to sign the waiver.

Finally, Bungee Jumping prices may vary depending on time and situation. Therefore, we request that you contact us through email, phone number, or social media chat for detailed costs.

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Tour of the Beautiful Godawari Botanical Garden

Godawari Botanical Garden is a great place for a day trip with nature in Kathmandu. Despite being close to the heavily populated city of Kathmandu. It is often overlooked when we think of places to visit in Kathmandu, even though it is so close to the town.

The drive to the garden from Kathmandu only takes an hour and a half, making it an excellent day trip; however, there are resorts in the area, making it a convenient weekend or overnight trip.

Even in the winter, Nepal’s botanical garden was a peaceful and relaxing escape from the city! After seeing Nepal’s central zoo, my expectations for Nepal’s botanical garden weren’t too high. However, the garden was much better than what I expected.

Overview

The Himalayan landlocked country of Nepal is home to the world’s highest mountains. It also boasts the world’s oldest cities and beautiful forested plains where the regal tigers and the armor-plated greater one-horned rhinoceros roam freely.

Despite being a popular attraction for many people, the botanical gardens are somewhat out of the way for people visiting Nepal on a short trip. Though there are mesmerizing trekking destinations throughout Nepal, the botanical garden can be a good break despite its small scale.

Furthermore, there’s nothing like a walk through a park to get a breath of fresh air without having to drive for hours or walk for long periods of time. 

The facility is well known for a wide variety of activities, including plant conservation, education, research, displays, and recreation. There are 82 hectares with varying topography, of which 40 hectares have been converted into various garden units. Schima-Castanospsis and Alnus dominate the area’s natural evergreen forest.

Getting to the Botanical Garden

As of 2022, a large section of the road is under construction due to widening, so the ride is bumpy. Getting to Godawari is best by private vehicle or hired car. It may be uncomfortable to take a bus, especially since local buses don’t always have shock absorbers to manage the road work.

In addition, it’s extremely dusty, so I wouldn’t recommend taking the buses with their windows open. Also, I wouldn’t recommend taking a motorbike.

Godawari is about 1.5 hours away from Kathmandu’s central business district, though it will be much quicker once the road is widened and black-topped. I’m told this should be completed in a year, which normally means a year and a half in Nepal.

Best time to visit the Garden

Godawari Botanical Garden is open all year round, but it’s best to visit in the spring since it’s a botanical garden. In spring, most plants will be in full bloom, making the visit much more worthwhile. You will also have wonderful weather since it won’t be too cold like during winter or too wet like during summer. In Nepal, spring is from late February to early April.

The Godawari Botanical Garden is usually open from 9 am to 5 pm, except during special events. Unless there’s a special occasion, the garden remains open throughout the week and on weekends. Additionally, the entry price varies depending on whether you are from Nepal, South Asia, or any other country.

However, the entry price depends on your age and nation. This can range from 20 rupees (around 20 cents) to 500 rupees (about $5). Parking costs between Rs 25 and Rs 100, so the entry is not too expensive considering the experience you’ll have.

About the Botanical Garden

The Godawari Botanical Garden (officially known as the National Botanical Garden) is the only botanical garden in Kathmandu. It was established by King Mahendra in 1962 AD. The garden’s design was developed by two British botanists, G.A.C Herklots and Tony Schilling.

Also, working with the Royal Botanical Gardens in the UK, Tony Schillings brought back plants from all over the Himalayas for them to be planted and studied there.

Over 200 acres of the garden are dedicated to cultural, educational, and research purposes. The gardens are not just beautiful to see.

They also have educational centers where local students come to learn about the indigenous plants of Nepal. The Godawari River runs through the garden, giving it its name.

The southern part of Lalitpur is most famous for its Botanical Garden, where you can see numerous types of plants and trees and various birds. It is also a popular hiking destination because of its many wildlife species and large space area.

To Enjoy:

You can see various birds flying around in the botanical garden, and the plants and trees are also beautiful. Among the thematic gardens are arboretums, biodiversity education gardens, conservation and education gardens, coronation ponds, ethnobotanical gardens, etc.

In addition, they have fern gardens, lilies gardens, physic gardens, rock gardens, taxonomic gardens, rose gardens, sand gardens, terrace gardens, tropical gardens, Japanese-style gardens, and VVIP plantation gardens. A total of 1026 plant species can be found in this botanical garden, including angiosperms, gymnosperms, ferns, and others.

Approximately 70 thousand students are among the 400 thousand visitors this botanical garden attracts yearly. As mentioned earlier, students come here on their educational tours. Plant scientists come here to observe living plants. Families and people come here for peace and relaxation to spend their holidays.

Naturalists come here to observe birds and enjoy the greenery, and all kinds of shooting crews come here to shoot videos and films.

Traveling Tips for Visiting the Godawari Botanical Garden

  • As the garden is quite large, walking around and enjoying it takes at least three hours. Be sure to take in all the different experiences available during the trip.
  • It is common for people to enjoy a picnic in the garden or eat a light snack there. I recommend bringing your lunch instead of eating at nearby food stands. However, you can get your lunch from a local restaurant as well.
  • In the summer, I recommend bringing a book and a sitting blanket to read outside on the grass with a view of the garden. You can enjoy a whole day in the sun by finding a nice place to sit.
  • Most Nepalese have only one day off each week, which is Saturday. The place is popular with locals on weekends, so pick a weekday to avoid crowds.

Finally, the botanical garden of Godawari is a great outlet for locals and foreigners looking to unwind from the stressful and busy life in Kathmandu. If you know what to do in Nepal as a foreigner, arranging this trip by yourself would also be ideal; if not, Pokhara Info is here for you.

You can plan for a hike within the confines of the garden or set up a mini picnic tour with your friends and family. Whatever you decide to do, I hope you have an amazing day and enjoy the garden as much as we.

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Safari at the Chitwan National Park

The first national park of Nepal, Chitwan National Park, covers 932 square kilometers and is located in the subtropical Terai lowlands of southern Nepal. Established in 1973, the park sheaths approximately 932 square kilometers (360 square meters). A world heritage site that is the Chitwan National Park contains multiple buffer zones to protect many species of animals in the region and nature itself. 

The national park has over 30 years of experience in managing the park and preserving its inhabitants. Furthermore, the park stretches from 330 feet in the river valleys to 815 feet in the Churia Hills.

The Chitwan National Park is a natural jewel of Nepal. This, along with the beautiful village of Sauraha and all the activities it offers along with the nearby areas within the Chitwan district, makes for an excellent location for Safari for tourists and visitors from all over the world. In addition, there is a successful breeding program for one-horned rhinoceros. Visitors on Safari often spot these magnificent creatures and other wildlife.

Wildlife in Chitwan National Park

The park is especially popular among animal lovers for its protection of One Horned Rhinoceros, Royal Bengal Tigers, and Gharial Crocodiles, which are among the 68 species of mammal recorded there. It also boasts 56 species of herpetofauna and 126 species of fish.

The park is home to one of the world’s largest land mammals, the wild elephant and the smallest land mammal, the pygmy shrew. In addition, the park has recorded 634 different species of birds, including 22 critically endangered species, since its creation. This includes the critically endangered Red-headed Vulture, the Bengal Florican, the White-rumpled Vulture, and the Slender-billed Vulture. So, it’s kind of a paradise for birdwatchers as well.

Safari in the Park

Safaris in the Chitwan National Park are one of the best ways to escape the monotony of everyday life. The scenic locations, festival-like hospitality, friendly people, and cultural diversity make for a great getaway. There’s a good chance you’ll see a rhino, various types of monkeys and deer, and perhaps even a tiger, even if you stay in an air-conditioned hotel facing the Jungle. And the Safari as well is worth every penny you spend.

Several resorts offer their own Safari tours with different price ranges in the Chitwan National Park Safari resorts. In addition, there are multiple resorts offering safari packages throughout the Sauraha region. Most of the Safari majorly consists of a Jeep ride through the Jungles within the Park area.

The Jeep Tour

A Jeep Safari is an exciting ride through the dense forest of the Jungle in an open-top jeep. It allows you to observe wildlife as well as take photographs of them. Jeep Safari is relatively safe from wild animals. The wilderness in Sauraha is used by jeeps carrying tourists. Generally, it does not run away when the jeep is approaching. So, Jeep Safaris are frequently conducted inside the Jungle without many obstacles and interference.

Safari operators stop their vehicles if any wild animal is spotted from afar. Jeep safaris are thus a great way to observe the wild animals and to travel through the jungles of Sauraha. Furthermore, the drive into the park’s heart provides a good opportunity to spot wildlife, taking you along long time-worn trails with excellent chances to view big animals.

Further along, the tour, keep in mind to visit Kasara, the park’s headquarters, and the Crocodile Breeding Center while you are there. You can find breeding and hatching boxes at the center of the park. They rear the animal until it is ready for release in nature. However, during the Jeep Safari, you are required to pay the National Park entry fee as well as Jeep Safari fees as per the requirement of the tour provider.

While riding the Safari Jeep with your friends or family, you’ll be able to observe countless species of animals in their natural living habitat, which will surely enhance your intimacy and love with nature. However, wearing off-white, black, grey, or dark green when on a jeep safari is recommended. Bright colors will scare the animals.

Activities throughout the Safari

Aside from the Jeep Safari, a primary activity of the tour, there are numerous other activities you can try out during your stay in Chitwan. Some of them are mentioned below:

Canoe Ride in the River:

The canoe ride is great if you come to Chitwan to relax. A guide will explain what you need to know about the creatures during the trip. Of course, you do not have to paddle yourself because a boatman can join you if you wish. During the journey, you will slowly pass the shores of rivers filled with gorgeous crocodiles and beautiful birds.

Bird Watching:

As mentioned earlier, the park has been considered one of the best places in Nepal for bird watching due to its habitat of 555 species. The 942 hectares of National Park and its buffer zones are filled with birds chirping and flying all around, and there is when we can see them, their varieties, and their identification. Chitwan National Park is home to many birds, including Kingfishers, Peacocks, Storks, Bulbul Birds, Eagles, and Ruddy Shelducks.

A birdwatching tour is organized where an experienced Nature Guide will assist the guests on this tour. You can spot these types of birds during jungle safari activities. People normally go inside the Jungle, along the riverbanks, and across the plain grasslands for birdwatching tours. There is a greater chance of observing the birds.

Elephant Safari in Chitwan National Park:

The elephant safari offers one of the best opportunities to observe close-up wildlife, making it a popular activity during a tour. Elephants can approach other animals very closely without noticing that people are on their backs. This allows you to get within one meter of the animals. A tour of the elephant breeding center is also a great use of your time during the trip.

Trek through the Jungle:

You need to take a Jungle Walk with professional jungle guides if you want to experience the wild plains along the Sauraha and Chitwan region. This walk gives you an ideal chance to view the animals up close with a more natural experience. However, despite all the different activities, the best way to spot and identify the different kinds of birds, both locally and from abroad, found in Nepal is on foot. The specialists along the tour will assist you in determining both migratory birds and local birds and animals.

Another fun activity you can undertake is a trip to the Tharu village in Sauraha. Spending a few days in the town gives tourists a new perspective on life. Aside from that, the hospitality and the whole experience of living in unfamiliar territory will help you learn and educate yourself about the cultures of the unknown community.

As a final point, the trip to Sauraha and the Chitwan National Park is a rare opportunity to escape away from the stress of daily life. Although that’s true, it is also a great way to enjoy a week off with people you love. We are here for you to make sure you have an incredible trip. 

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Skydiving in Nepal

Nepal offers many adventurous sports that easily attract tourists to the country without a second thought. One of those activities is skydiving in Nepal. If it is not on your bucket list, you should consider visiting Nepal. Nepal’s skydiving differs from skydiving in other countries because the country offers a spectacular view of all Himalayan peaks. At the same time, the thrill of floating in the air like a bird is unparalleled.

Skydiving

Skydiving in Nepal

While skydiving is an excitingly intense aerial sport, you can feel the rush of adrenaline as you jump off the helicopter. No one can compare to the thrill of free fall and a joyful parachute landing in a drop zone. Besides providing fun and adventure, sky diving has a number of health benefits as well.

About Skydiving 

Skydiving is a sport that stimulates the mind. Since the sport cleanses your mind, many people see it as meditation since it makes you focus on one thing at a time. In an effort to provide people with extremely thrilling experiences and a healthy lifestyle, the Nepal government has enlisted skydiving in Nepal as a major sport for adventure seekers. In 2022, there will be two major skydiving spots in Nepal.  

It is possible to skydive in two different ways, and they are:

Group or Tandem Skydiving:

It is the most popular way for beginners who want to experience the thrilling experience of skydiving for the first time. After harnessing a qualified skydiver, a novice skydiver jumps alongside them. A Tandem flight can be easily performed by clients with limited flying knowledge as soon as they jump. Because it is well-known that only healthy individuals should participate in adventure tours and travels, there is also a weight limit for people who wish to take this flight of 95 kg.

Solo Skydiving:

Skydiving solo is quite different from tandem flying, as here the diver has to fly all by himself if he has experience & training in freefall. A solo skydiver leaves the plane at a certain altitude without anyone’s assistance and freefalls at a speed of about 200 kilometers per hour. After opening his parachute, the skydiver descends to the landing zone. However, only experienced pilots and those with a license for this flight should take this flight.

Skydiving in Nepal

For a few decades, Nepal has given considerable importance to recreational activities like paragliding and skydiving as they are a major source of income in the tourism sector. In addition to the arrival of the visit Nepal 2020 campaign, skydiving hype grew even more. However, the pandemic had an effect as well. No exact statistics exist on how many people come to Nepal just to skydive, but the number of people flying in the air like a jet is rising. The increase in tourists has certainly improved Nepal’s economic condition. Currently, skydiving is only available in two places in Nepal: Everest and Pokhara Skydiving. 

Skydiving in Everest  

This is arguably the world’s most exciting aerial adventure, flying from 7010.4 ft and landing on the dreamy land of Syangboche (3761.232m) and Amadablam Basecamp (4572 m), just below Everest. Nepal is the best place to experience free fall around the world’s highest mountain.

During the skydiving in Nepal event at Everest, people jump in front of the highest mountain on Earth, Everest. For many thrill-seekers since 2008, skydiving on Everest of Nepal has been a dream come true. Out of 50 other sports in the world, skydiving has ranked as the 8th best Adventure sport. It was also referred to as “Things to do before you die” by CNN and Forbes.  

Furthermore, if you wish to indulge in Everest Skydiving, a company such as Earthbound Expedition Himalayan Adventure Travel and Tour, Yeti Trail Adventure, or Everest Skydive provides these services. We here at Pokhara Info can manage all the processes and reduce the hassle of booking the trip. So, sit back, relax and enjoy skydiving in front of the highest peak in the world.

Expenses

There are a number of drop zones around Everest for skydiving enthusiasts. Depending on the company you choose and the drop zone you choose, the dive can cost you differently. For two single jumps in a single drop zone, the average cost is approximately $25,000, while the tandem jump costs about $35,000. The Everest region has admittedly high prices for skydiving. However, you’ll get your money’s worth with the dive near Everest. On the other hand, the service included with the package is impressive.

Skydiving costs include food, lodging, travel system, gears, videos, and government permissions. Make sure you speak with your company and learn everything about the package before signing up for the plane.

Skydiving in Pokhara

Pokhara is the best alternative to skydiving from the top of a mountain for those who are not ready. During the dive, one of the most captivating sights is the view of the Annapurna range and the Fewa Lake below. Your skydiving trip to Nepal will be less terrifying and more joyful with qualified pilots with the aircraft’s skydiving scores.

Pokhara only began the thrilling sport in 2010 after two years of Everest skydiving. It has been doing well economically ever since Pokahara’s Skydiving started. Hundreds of people visit Pokhara and its neighboring villages each year for trips and tours, including this antic stunt. Furthermore, skydiving is available in the Pokhara area from a number of companies.

In comparison with Everest, Pokhara has a substantial number of skydiving companies. We here at Pokhara Info can book your flight for you via Travel and tour companies such as Nepal Skydive, Lonely Planet, Explore Himalaya, and Earthbound Expedition Himalayan Adventure Travel and Tour.

Expenses

You can get a similarly thrilling experience for far less money if you’re unwilling to spend thousands on Everest skydiving. Even though skydiving is not necessarily cheap, skydiving in Pokhara offers an affordable service compared to Everest. Nepalis can enjoy the dive in Pokhara for Rs 70,000, while foreigners should pay about $1000.

Additionally, the cost varies based on the type of flight you choose. It costs a couple of hundred dollars more for a tandem skydive than a solo dive. Hence, if you have enough experience, you can fly alone without spending any more money.

How to book a Skydiving flight in Nepal?

Several travel companies provide skydiving services throughout Nepal. During the booking process, you only need to consider your health (you cannot jump more than 95 kilograms) and the cost. Pokhara skydiving is a good place to start if you aren’t ready to jump above the highest peak in the world. You can easily book skydiving flights with the companies mentioned above in both Pokhara and Everest. 

However, for your convenience, we here at Pokhara Info can book your flight for you without you having to worry about all the hassles involved.

Best time for Skydiving in Nepal

Skydiving is a high-risk sport and the best time to skydive is during October and November. A skydiver can choose to rest anywhere between Syangboche Airport and Ama Dablam while skydiving at Everest.

Despite the devastating 2015 earthquake, Nepal has done well in the fields of tourism and skydiving. Finally, when you decide to experience the joy of skydiving, I hope you have the best experience.

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Campfire With Friends

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