Bungy Nepal Adventures starts tower climbing for the first time in Nepal
4th Jan, 2021 | Tourism Mail Crew
POKHARA, Jan 04: Another new adventure activity has been added in the tourist city of Pokhara. Bungy Nepal Adventures Pvt. Ltd. has started tower climbing for the first time in Nepal at the tower built for bungee at Pokhara 17, Ratopaira (Adama of Mountain Museum).
The 35-meter-high cantilever tower is designed in such a way so that you can stop and relax in the middle of the climb. The fee for climbing the tower is fixed at Rs 1,000 per person. The necessary equipment will be provided by the company while climbing the tower.
Climbers will have to wear sportswear. Bhattarai informed that if anyone wants to take a photo while climbing, it will cost an additional two hundred rupees.
He informed that the view around Pokhara can be seen from the top of the tower along with the mountain range. According to him, a package of birthday and anniversary celebrations has also been made in the tower.
Along with the tower, a restaurant has also come into operation in the bungee complex. He informed that bungee will be started in the next few months. He said that the bungee jumping was delayed due to the completion of the structural work of the tower and the arrival of technicians from Japan due to Covid 19.
Raju Kunwar, Ashok Gurung, Durgadatta Kharel, Dil Gurung, Damodar Baral and Bhupal Bahadur Baral Chhetri have also invested in the company headed by Bhattarai. Chairman Bhattarai informed that after working for a long time as a bungee master in New Zealand, Japan, Macau and other countries, he returned home and now he has formed a group of his friends and invested in bungee.
Bhattarai said that work is being done for bungee in technical coordination with the internationally known bungee name 'Go Bungee'.