Videos tagged with "free"
मैले देखेको नेपाल!! ||.Maile Dekheko Nepal.|| [35:01]
Originally made for my grand-parents back home in Nepal but I also wanted to dedicate this video to all the Nepalese living abroad. Therefore, I cut-short the 70min film to just 35min. This was filmed during my 3-months stay in Nepal (June-August) in 2012. I moved around a lot indeed but here I managed to put-in together a hand-ful of clips I had taken and turn it into a non-narrative documentary. I hope you will enjoy the video. Thank you,, Places in the video: Nepalgunj, Kohalpur, Lamahi, Dang, Butwal, Palpa, Syangja, Pokhara, Damauli, Kathmandu, Narayangarh, Hetauda, Itahari, Dharan, Bhedetar, Birtamod, Ilam, Pashupatinagar, Goom, Darjeeling... Music: Nekhvom - In search towards freedom Mc Flo - Nepali state of mind Nepathya - Choto geet JPT Rockerz - Mohajaal JPT Rockerz - Ujeli Om mane padme hum Kutumba - Instrumentals
Paragliding in Nepal with mountain Air Guided Adventures [00:26]
paragliding in Nepal arrange by the trekking guide naba. Mr. Naba is the owners of the trekking agency and guide of Nepal himalaya. He provide you the best paragliding in Nepal. You can fly in the sky like a birds, very freely and enjoy the views of the pokhara mountain. Paragliding Nepal is the adventurous activities in Nepal which you can simplified by connecting the local travel expert. Naba Guide is professional to interact with paragliding pilot and crew who can directly booking paragliding in any parts of the Nepal. Pokhara is now become the best spot for the annapurna views and phewa lake scenic gliding over the sharnakot.
Flying without WINGS.... Bungee/Canyon Swing [02:40]
A beautiful 3-hour ride from Kathmandu, Nepal, The Last Resort is located on top of a gorge close to the Tibetan border. At 160m high it is Nepal's ultimate rush and one of the longest free-falls in the world.
World's highest bungy canyon swing at The Last Resort, Nepal [02:46]
160m high 7 seconds free fall Swing at 150km/hr ...and I am still alive.
Nepal Bungy Jump [02:30]
160m free fall over Bhote Koshi River, Nepal.