Zipline in Nepal - Visit These Destinations If You Love Adventure
Here are 10 destinations to enjoy the zipline in Nepal for adventure seekers. Be sure to include one of these places in your list.
Back in 2010, Highground Adventures launched the first zipline in Nepal in Sarangkot, Pokhara. During this adventure activity, you will be sliding from one point to another in a certain fall. You will feel as if you are flying in the air with assured safety. What makes it memorable is the view that lies beneath you as you are on your way.
Started from Pokhara, now there are a total of 10 destinations where you can experience the zipline in Nepal. Here is the list.
- Highground Adventures - Sarangkot, Pokhara
- Harness Zipline - Kushma, Parbat
- Durbar Adventure Zipline - Bidur, Nuwakot
- Yoyo Zipline - Ghyampe Danda, Bhaktapur
- Dhulikhel Zipline - Dhulikhel, Kavrepalanchowk
- Makwanpur Gadhi Zipline - Makwanpur Gadhi, Makwanpur
- Godawari Zipline - Godawari, Kathmandu
- Hill Park Zipline - Butwal, Rupandehi
- Bhedetar Devithan Zipline - Bhedetar, Dharan
- Chandragiri Zipline - Chandragiri, Kathmandu
Length: 1850 meters (600 meters vertical drop)
Destination: Sarangkot, Pokhara
Highground Adventures is the longest and one of the most famous ziplines in Nepal with a length of 1850 meters. It's also one of the steepest ziplines in the world with a vertical drop of about 600 meters. The speed reaches upto 160 km per hour. Your zipline trip starts from Sarangkot hill and ends at Hemja in Pokhara.
Length: 1480 meters
Destination: Kushma, Parbat
Harness Zipline offers a zipline of length 1480 meters at Kusma, Parbat. So it is the second-longest zipline in Nepal. Your journey starts from Chakle Ridge along the Kali Gandaki River canyon and ends on the Kali Gandaki river bank. The speed of the zipline continues to increase at the rate of 130 km per hour.
Durbar Adventure Zipline
Length: 1300 meters
Destination: Bidur, Nuwakot
Durbar Adventure Zipline with a length of 1300 meters is located at Bidur, Nuwakot and its speed reaches up to 120 km per hour. The zipline has 138 meters vertical drop as well. As the name reflects, there is a Durbar area which you can see on your ride from Mahamandal Danda to Dharmapuri. You can also see the green hills on your way down.
Length: 1200 meters
Destination: Ghyampe Danda, Bhaktapur
Yoyo Zipline with the length of 1200 meters is at Ghyampe Danda, Bhaktapur. It starts from Ghyampe Danda through Ranikot Gadhi and ends at Nayagaon. Along the zipline, you can also try sky cycling to look at the beautiful Bhaktapur valley, Himalayan ranges, and the luscious green jungle with birds. This zipline experience would be connecting with nature away from the noise of the city.
Length: 1100 meters
Destination: Dhulikhel, Kavrepalanchowk
Located in Kavrepalanchok, Dhulikhel Zipline is 1100 meters long which starts from Thakle and ends at Khawa. On the journey, you get to see the unforgettable view of Langtang, Dorje Lakpa, and Phurba Chyachu in a superman style. You can also witness Dhulikhel and Panchkhal right beneath you while sliding at 60 - 95 km per hour. Its starting point is Thakle and the ending point is Khawa.
Makwanpur Gadhi Zipline
Length: 1100 meters
Destination: Makwanpur Gadhi, Makwanpur
Makwanpur Gadhi has a double zipline in Makwanpur district. There you along with your friend can start the ride at the same time only a few meters apart. The length of the zipline is 1100 meters and the zipline encompasses the green terrain from an aerial view.
Length: 800 meters
Destination: Godawari, Kathmandu
The 800 meters long zipline in Godawari is the medium length zipline in Nepal. The ride of Godawari Zipline would be like thriving through the forest but aerially. The forest of Godawari seems to almost touch your feet with the view of Kathmandu and Lalitpur right next to it.
Hill Park Zipline
Length: 90 / 650 / 750 meters
Destination: Butwal, Rupandehi
Hill Park Zipline is in Butwal, Rupandehi with 3 different ziplines with length 650 meters, 750 meters and 90 meters for children. You can see the panoramic view of the Butwal city as you pass above the forest here. The zipline has quickly paced the local tourism of Butwal.
Bhedetar Devithan Zipline
Length: 650 meters
Destination: Bhedetar, Dharan
Bhedetar Devithan Zipline is located in Bhedetar, Dharan, and Sunsari. It starts from Bhedetar and ends in Devithan which is a 650 meters long zipline. With a shorter distance to cover, it still feels as if you are above the clouds, and flying above the hills. You can see the green terrain land beneath and also roads with vehicles going around.
Length: 100 meters
Chandragiri Zipline is the shortest zipline of Nepal which lengths only 100 m but is at the second highest hill of Kathmandu valley, 'Chandragiri Hills'. Despite being a short ride, during it, you will be seeing the green forest below you and a whole cityscape of Kathmandu city, little ahead of it. On a clear day, the mountain ranges also look stunning with the soaring sky above you.