Zipline in Nepal is an exciting outdoor ride recently. Currently, it is commercially in operation in Pokhara. The Zipline travels between two popular tourist spots – Sarangkot and Hyangja village at a distance of 1.8 km. Travelers can enjoy the spectacular view of the dense forest, the majestic Annapurna Himalaya range, and the serpentine Seti river. One can also see Tibetan refugee camp while zipping at a speed of 100 mph in 1.35 minutes. The ride ends with a break-activated landing on the High Ground Triangle in Hyangja village.
The Zipline, also called Zip Flyer is conceptualized and designed in the U.S.A using the most advanced technologies to maximize safety and comfort. It is the first of its kind not only in Nepal but in the whole south Asia and also considered to be the longest in the world.
Day 01 After breakfast at 8 am drive to Sarangkot (1592m), and walk to the Zipline standing point where your adventure begins. It takes a total of 2.5 hrs for your shuttle ride to reach the top of the mountain. Your guide will brief as you pass through the village of Sarangkot and up the mountainside. Once you reach the top you will take a short walk to the Butterfly Pavilion, an architectural marvel with breath-taking views of the Himalaya range. At 5,400 ft above sea level, you will sit in a special harness seat and begin the ride at the speed of 100 mph. Your ride ends with a break-activated landing on the high ground.