- Bus driver navigates down worlds most dangerous drop without breaking sweat
- Nail-biting footage shows the perilous journey as powerful waterfall flows
- Besisahar-Chamé Road in Nepal on some of the highest elevated land on Earth
A skilled driver has made his way down a cliff-side road surrounded by powerful waterfalls while carrying a bus load of tourists.
Nail-biting footage shows a white-knuckle bus driver calmly navigating down the perilous Besisahar-Chamé road in Nepal, which is surrounded by giant waterfalls.
The video starts off as we see the powerful flow of water cascading down the narrow cliff side from inside the vehicle.
In the footage, which was taken by one of the tourists inside the bus, the driver glides down the winding mountainside road alongside the strong river of water down the rocky, bumpy roadway.
The famous trail sitting in the Annapurna range in the Himalayas, the highest point of which is 8,000 metres, is said to be one of the most dangerous in the world and attracts daredevil tourists because of it’s stunning views.
The bus was carrying a bus load of tourists down the winding narrow trail which has a powerful waterfall running through it
Alarming: The cascading water can take out what few guardrails are so a driver has to power through the treacherous path, which is said to be one of the most elevated in the world
Springtime in Nepal means that snow and ice are melting in certain elevations of the Himalayas,meaning that strong waterfalls flow through the mountains.
Even more alarmingly, the strong flow can take out what few guardrails are there, making the trail even more treacherous.
Don’t look down: The road, which sits in the Annapurna range in the Himalayas, the highest point of which is 8,000 metres
Heart-stopping: A view of the falls taken by the tourists in the bus
Powerful: The road is said to be one of the most dangerous in the world and attracts daredevil tourists because of its stunning views of the Himalayas