5 Things to Experience in Kushma

5 Things to Experience in Kushma

9, Oct 2020 | nepaltraveller.com

Experience the highest bungee jump on Kushma, Parbat and make your dreams fly along with your body


When you saw the word Kushma, what was the first thing that popped up in your mind? Don't forget to mention that in the comment box because we want to know how well Kushma has been able to hypnotize you all with its panoramic views and numerous things to experience.

Kushma, home of mysterious Gupteshwor Cave, is the municipality and headquarters of the Parbat district in Nepal. It is located in the western part of Nepal, just 57km away from the popular city of Nepal, Pokhara. Parbat has always been popular as a domestic tourism region where a lot of people from neighbouring districts visit on an everyday basis. Cable car, Saligram sila, longest suspension bridge, religious destination etc. are some of the famous tourist attraction places in Kushma. Besides exploring and experiencing the natural beauty of this city, it also carries historical significance which is home to many spiritual places like Hampal, Kalanjar, Deurali etc. Also, it is a route for Khopra trekking.


Located in Kushma, Parbat, this cave is the major attraction of this district. It is popular for being one of the longest and amazing caves of Nepal. The old name of this cave is 'BhaluDulo'. When people first discovered this place, they were very curious about it as they found strange statues of gods and goddesses inside the cave. It is very interesting to discover the strange sound of waterfalls, statues of Pandava in rocks and statues of other gods and goddesses like Mahadev and Parvati, Saraswati, Nageswor inside the cave. This cave is full of Hindu pilgrims during the festivals like Chaite Dashain and Mahashivaratri. Also, one can see the many species of bats inside the cave which is another attraction of this cave.


Rafting in a beautiful amazing river with good white water, what can be more exciting and thrilling than this! You need to first drive from Kathmandu to Baglung in order to perform this task. Your rafting journey could begin from either Modibeni or Modikhola. The Kali Gandaki passes through narrow gorges, sandy beaches, alongside tumbling waterfalls and jungle, traditional Magar and Chetri villages, whose inhabitants often venture down to the riverside to meet the rafters with traditional 'Namaste!' (Sounds interesting). You will also get a wonderful chance to see the Annapurna Mountain range and a variety of wildlife and temples on River banks. So, this place is ideal for people wanting an exciting medium-length raft trip.


Located at Kushma - Balewa over the depth of Kaligandaki river, it is also known as Yantrik Pool. Having a carrying capacity of 8 people, this cable car is 550m long with the speed of 3m per second. It has 32KVA of generator and the type of lift is gig-back. The distance between the two stations is 45m. It provides a stunning view of hills, mountains, waterfalls etc from the window and runs over the holy river, Kaligandaki. However, because of the shortage of electric power, sometimes visitors have to face the inconvenience while travelling through cable cars. Besides this, Kushma can be the best place to have the experience of a cable car with a lot of fun.


Kushma - Gyadi Suspension Bridge, opened in early 2010, is the topmost tourist destination of this place. It crosses 384 feet above the madi river. Also, the bridge route is one of Nepal's longest with a span of 344m. Quite a while later the city of Kushma invited 3 more astounding suspension footbridges such position among the longest range footbridges on the planet. These incorporate the 347 meter long Kushma Balewa Footbridge, the 359 meter long Kushma Mudikuwa Footbridge and in 2019 the Kushma Bungy Footbridge with a range of around 490 meters making it the longest range footbridge in Asia. Since 2010, both domestic and international tourists have been visiting this place just to roam around the bridge. From the middle of the bridge, one can explore the surroundings of Kushma perfectly. The close- up views of peaks, hills, temples, different traditional villages etc. make this place a must-visit in the list of travelling. Everyone benefited from this bridge, especially the local commuters. Hours of walk are now not needed as locals can simply cross the bridge in order to conduct their businesses.


The world's second-most noteworthy, generally energizing and exciting Bungee Jumping lies in the Kushma Parbat area of Nepal. Alongside the bewildering all encompassing perspectives in the Kaligandaki gorge in the midst of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri mountains, lies the Kushma's engineered overpass from where the Bungee Jumping is into activity. The bungee Jumping spot dwells in the 520 m, long engineered overpass which associates Kushma of Parvat to the Balewa of Baglung. The all out stature of Bungee Jumping is 228 m, making it the world's second-most elevated characteristic Bungee bouncing heaven. It is the tallest bungee Jumping of Nepal. Kushma Bungee Jump is mainstream as Asia's most elevated common bungee swing. The fervor of Kusma's Bungee Jumping aroused the curiosity among the experienced fans. In the lower regions of Himalayan magnificence, Kushma bungee bounce is an additional experience. It's unquestionably the experience fans list of things to get and pail rundown to numerous everywhere in the world.


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