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Zip Flyer in Nepal

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Zip Flyer in Nepal

Natraj Trekking has been organizing zip flyer since its establishment in Nepal for their valued clients

The world’ tallest, fastest and the longest zip flyer in located in Pokhara and is officially declared as one of the best adventure activities in the world. Located in Sarangkot, one of the most stunning spot for sunrise view over the Annapurna Mountains, the zip flyer bounds to keep your jaw open. This is not just-another zip line. Inclined at 56 degrees, with 2000 feet vertical height and 1.8 kilo meters in length, and with speeds of over a whopping 160 kmph, this zip line is one of the extremes!

Be prepared to set your adrenaline in overdrive as you stand over the platform and look down the 2000 feet drop just below you, and as you look at the sides the views of the majestic Himalayas fails to captivate you. You can hear the countdown begin as you heart starts to pump up with audible beats, spreading the adrenaline throughout the body to keep you prepared. Then..with a GO! You’re air-borne. With the wind gushing on you face, you can feel the speeds getting into you. As you reach 160 kmph, the view besides slide by you in a matter of seconds making you feel like a bird. Weightless due to freefall, you can feel every bit of acceleration in you and with adrenaline to make things slow down, the two minute trip covering almost two kilometres ends as the magnetic brakes bring you to a complete halt.

Just before you plan on this adventure, make sure that you are between 35 and 125 kilograms to meet the standard safety requirements, and also make sure that you don’t chicken out once up there. Individuals with back or neck problems, or those who are pregnant are not encouraged to go!

Safety

At HighGround safety-first is our credo. Our adventures are all designed and built to equal or surpass international standards.

We have invested heavily in technology and training to ensure that our clients have a thrilling, safe and enjoyable time. You can be assured of the highest standards of service at every stage of your travel adventure. For all our partner activities we work with the best companies in the industry, and make sure that every single customer is satisfied with the complete experience.

Safety is much more than an afterthought in the development of the Zip-Flyer ride; it is an inherent component of every part, every element, every system, and every procedure that was included in its design, development, manufacturing, installation, manuals, and owner/operator training.

Experienced Team:

Our office staff, guides and the adventure crew are all highly trained and practiced with in-depth knowledge of their respective fields. You will be well instructed by our ride supervisors before the ride regarding the safety measures you need to take during the ride. Our team is well versed in English, Hindi and we also have support staff who speak Russian and Hebrew. We all work together as a team to ensure that our clients have an awesome trip.

Zip-Flyer Nepal Safety Considerations

Safety-First is our credo, and safety is much more than an afterthought in the development of the Zip-Flyer ride; it is an inherent component of every part, every element, every system, and every procedure that was included in its design, development, manufacturing, installation, manuals, and owner/operator training.

While developing the Zip-Flyer system, we were not content with just meeting the industry standards (Every part is precision engineered to equal or surpass the ANSI-B77 Tramway, ASTM and TUV SUD codes), we have collaborated in the design of the system with a leading engineering firm, and plans for every element, component and design element of the ride has been reviewed and stamped by a professional engineering firm.

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