Folk singer Prakash Saput has reached Kushma with his parents. There he had fun with his parents at Sky Cafe and Sky Chair. A few days ago, he reached Kushma with his mother Binakumari Bishwokarma and father Bal Bahadur Bishwokarma, informed Ishwar Karki, executive head of The Cliff.
Singer Saput praised Cliff for making Kushma a hub for adventure sports. “This effort of Cliff will introduce not only Kushma but also the country,” he said.
Many of his songs, including ‘Bol Maya, Mero pani hoina ra Yo Desh, Peer, Dohori Battle’, are famous. He will be seen in the upcoming film Pardeshi 2. This is his debut film.
Under the vision and leadership of Raju Karki, the world’s highest swing and the world’s second highest bungee jump have been built in The Cliff, which was built to connect Khonchmathi Parbat and Baglung Balewa of the Kaligandaki River.
Along with bungee and swing, cliff resort, world’s highest professional sky rope cycling, sky cafe, Gully Ping, crazy bridge, sky gliding, sky cafe and other activities are in operation.