Earlier, people used to walk for 40 minutes upstairs to reach the suspension bridge again. Now, with the help of new age technology they will pull you up. You just have to cling to the rope.
People can purchase their jump video after watching it on big television screen. I chose to buy my video. Along with the video, they give Last Resort t-shirt and photographs for 1200 NPR extra.
Costing details as on January 2017 are as follows:
Nepal Citizens: 5500 NPR
SAARC Citizens: 8200 NPR (Approx. 5100 INR)
Foreign Citizens: 90 Euros
I had sumptuous meal after the jump and interacted with many people from around the world who had just finished their jump. Bus came calling us for return journey. Onward trip was full of daring moments I just did. I could not even believe I just did that.
Every time I would stand on that plank, I would shiver. The mighty gorge over the swirling rapids of a wild mountain river, the sound of the instructor, fresh chilling air whistling past my ears and a video full of my gutsy performance is what I have with me now.
All said and done, when in Nepal, do take your time and do this daredevil adventure because then you’ll be missing out on the opportunity to gauge your full potential and bring out the hero in you.
Watch the video to experience real fear.