Kathmandu, October 29
Kusma, a town in western Nepal, is launching two new attractions for tourists visiting the place this weekend.
Both domestic and foreign visitors can enjoy bunjee jump and swing services in Kusma, the district headquarters of Parvat, which is just around 55 km away from Pokhara, the country’s tourism capital.
The Cliff Pvt Ltd, the company launching the services, says the bunjee jump in Kusma will be the second highest bunjee service in the world. The AJ Hackett Macau Tower bunjee jump and Verzasca Dam bunjee jump in Switzerland are considered the first and the second highest bunjee jumps in the world currently with 764 meet and 720 feet respectively. The Kusma bunjee jump will have a height of 748 feet.
The company’s chairman Raju Karki also claims the swing is also one of the highest in the world.
The company has announced different packages for the visitors including transport services from and to Pokhara.