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Bungy Jump

WHAT IS BUMGY JUMP ?
Bungy jumping is an activity in which a person jumps off from a high place with one end of an rubber cord attached to his/her ankles and the other end tied to the jumping-off point. When the person jumps, the cord will stretch to take up the energy of the fall, then the jumper will fly upwards as the cord snaps back. The jumper oscillates up and down until the initial energy of the jump is dissipated.

HISTORY OF BUNGY JUMP ?
In the 1950s David Attenborough and a BBC film crew had brought back footage of the "land divers" of Pentecost Island in Vanuatu, young men who jumped from tall wooden platforms with vines tied to their ankles as a test of courage. This film inspired Chris Baker of Bristol, England to use elastic rope in a kind of urban vine jumping. The first modern bungy jump was made on 1 April 1979 from the 250ft Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol, and was made by four members of the Dangerous Sports Club. The jumpers, led by David Kirke, were arrested shortly after, but continued with jumps in the US from the Golden Gate and Royal Gorge bridges, spreading the concept worldwide. By 1982 they were jumping from mobile cranes and hot air balloons, and putting on commercial displays.

The first operator of a commercial bungee jumping concern was New Zealander, A J Hackett, who made his first jump from Auckland's Greenhithe Bridge in 1986. During the following years Hackett performed a number of jumps from bridges and other structures (including the Eiffel Tower), building public interest in the sport.

Ultimate Bungy at the Last Resort may be the most spectacular jump on the planet. At 160 meters high in a tropical gorge with the Bhote Kosi, one of the world's wildest rivers, raging below, Ultimate Bungy is Nepal's Ultimate Rush and one of the longest free-falls in the world.

The jump site was designed by one of New Zealand's leading Bungy consultants and has been staffed and operated by some of the most experienced Western Jump Masters in the business, working to exacting international standards to guarantee your safety.

Ultimate Bungy Nepal takes place on a 166 meter wide steel suspension bridge. Swiss designed specially for bungy jumping with a 4x safety factor, the bridge has a loading factor of 250 kg per running meter.

This means that the bridge will hold 250 x 166 = 41500 kg or 41.5 tonnes. And... those are Swiss measurements! Over 6000 meters of steel wire was used to build the bridge that joins two sides of a beautiful valley. Before the construction the local villagers had to walk five hours to cross the river gorge.

THE ULTIMATE ADRENALINE FIX Deluxe : US$ 130 Standard : US$ 125

Experience the Ultimate Bungy Jump and then enjoy the serenity of The Last Resort. The second day we run the Bhote Kosi River; the steepest river rafted in Nepal.

At high water we offer a raft option on the upper Sun Kosi. Alternatively you can go Canyoning on the second day instead of rafting.

FREE-FALL NEPAL Day Trip : US$ 80
An action packed day trip with Ultimate Bungy.

GO AND SEE Day Trip : US$ 15
If you want to watch your friends Bungy or want to check out the Jump before deciding to take the plunge then go to The Last Resort for the day.

THE ULTIMATE CHALLENGE Day Trip : US$ 105
The Ultimate Bungy Jump and The Ultimate Swing.

JUMP/SWING ONLY US$ 75
You can take your own transportation to The Last Resort for Bungy or Swing. This package includes Lunch

JUMP/SWING AND STAY US$ 90
Experience The Ultimate Bungy Jump or The Ultimate Swing and then enjoy the serenity of the Last Resort.

EXTRA JUMP/SWING VALUE
If there is time you can get multiple Jumps or swings. We offer a number of different Jump styles after your first Jump. If you do not do multiple jumps on the same visit then each time you return to The Last Resort you have to pay for transportation and food.

You must have your jump Membership Card to qualify for extra jump/swing prices.
Every 4th jump/swing is FREE 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 6th, 7th ...US$25

 

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