This Swing In Kushma – Parbat Looks Incredible!

Considered the tallest suspension bridge in Nepal, Kushma Bridge attracts many visitors from near and far. The locality will soon have its own bungee jumping platform but what has come as a total surprise is this swing at the 623 BC Rock Garden and Restaurant.

The swing is a recent addition at the restaurant. Thrill seekers can pay Nrs 50 and brave it by going on the swing where you’re literally swinging out on to the cliff! That’s pretty daring! Of course, there are safety measures for those wondering… If the photos from Instagrammer Cvani (sweet_nzel) is anything to go by, then let’s just say – this SWING looks spectacular! What a great photo opportunity! I’d still be really scared though!

For those wondering – Kushma is 3 hours away from Pokhara! Next time you’re on your way to Jomsom – feel free to stop by 😉


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