Asiana Treks

Canyoning in Nepal

Duration
4 days
Max. Elevation
m
Group size
1 - 10
Level
MODERATE
Transportation
Touristbus /private vehicle.
Best Season
September to November and February to June 15
Accomodation
Hotel /Teahouse.
Meals
B/L/D.
Starts at/ Ends at
kathmandu / kathmandu
Trip Route

Highlights

    • Experiencing the experience and testing sports of Nepal.
    • Viewpoint on shows while in transit to visit.
    • A substitute experience to secure.

Overview

Overview

Canyoning is an exhilarating outdoor adventure in the heart of nature's most awe-inspiring creations: deep, narrow gorges adorned with flowing streams and rivers. What makes canyoning truly remarkable is the transformative power of these waterways as they sculpt and mold the rugged terrain into breathtaking landscapes that beckon exploration.
At its essence, canyoning is an activity that invites individuals to venture into these remarkable canyons. However, it is far from a mere walk in the park. To navigate a canyon successfully, one must possess diverse skills. These include hiking to access the canyon's entrance, rappelling down sheer cliffs, climbing up rocky walls, sliding down natural water chutes, swimming through crystal-clear pools, and adapting to nature's ever-changing challenges. It's not just an adventure; it's a test of physical and mental prowess.
Ropes often become essential to the canyoning experience, aiding participants in descending safely into the canyon's depths. But canyoning is not solely about dropping; it can also involve the exhilarating experience of jumping into the water and allowing the river's current to carry you downstream, adding an element of thrill to the adventure.
One intriguing aspect of canyoning is the diversity in terminology used across the globe. In the United States, it's commonly known as canyoning. However, it takes on the name of canyoneering in Europe and regions influenced by European traditions. In Africa, the activity is referred to as kloofing, embracing its local flavor, while in Japan, it goes by the name of river tracing. Despite these linguistic variations, the core principles of canyoning remain consistent, emphasizing the exploration of canyons in their natural splendor.
Look no further than Sundarijal, Jalbire, and Kakani in Nepal, where nature has sculpted remarkable canyons for those seeking prime locations to indulge in this adrenaline-pumping activity. Canyoning offers a thrilling opportunity to uncover the hidden wonders of the natural world while simultaneously pushing the boundaries of one's physical and mental capabilities. It's an outdoor adventure that promises the excitement of exploration and a deep connection with the beauty and power of nature itself.

Trip Itinerary

Arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, Transfer to your hotel, and check in. Rest and prepare for your upcoming canyoning adventure.

Early morning drive to the canyoning location based on the chosen package. Arrive at the canyoning spot and receive briefing and safety instructions from experienced guides. Gear up in canyoning equipment. Begin the thrilling canyoning descent and enjoy lunch at a designated spot during the adventure. Continue canyoning and exploring the canyon's unique features. Finish the canyoning activity in the late afternoon. Overnight stay at the camp.

After Breakfast from a canyoning spot, explore the local surroundings. Depart from the canyoning location for Kathmandu and check in to your hotel. Free time to relax or explore the city sightseeing and at the Evening farewell dinner.

After breakfast at the hotel. Last-minute shopping or exploration and Check-out from the hotel. Transfer to Tribhuvan International Airport for your departure flight.

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Includes

    • The cost usually covers the canyoning adventure, including equipment usage and guided instruction.
    • Experienced guides who lead and assist you throughout the canyoning experience.
    • The package often includes essential safety gear such as harnesses, helmets, ropes, and wetsuits if necessary.
    • Transportation to and from the canyoning location makes it more convenient for participants.
    • Meals, Breakfast, or lunch may be provided during the trip.
    • The cost usually covers the canyoning adventure, including equipment usage and guided instruction.
    • Experienced guides who lead and assist you throughout the canyoning experience.
    • The package often includes essential safety gear such as harnesses, helmets, ropes, and wetsuits if necessary.
    • Transportation to and from the canyoning location makes it more convenient for participants.
    • Meals, Breakfast, or lunch may be provided during the trip.

Doesn't Include

    • The cost usually does not cover photographs or videos of your canyoning experience. You may need to purchase these separately if you want a record of your adventure.
    • Expenses such as souvenirs, personal purchases, and additional meals not included in the package are typically not covered.
    • Personal travel insurance, including coverage for adventurous activities like canyoning, is usually not included. Participants are encouraged to have their insurance.
    • Overnight accommodation, if required, may not be included in the base cost and would need to be arranged separately.

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