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Canyoning in Nepal. Nepal’s adventure and mountain tourism history, we have been selling conventional products such as; mountaineering, trekking, rafting etc. that have been very popular. However, interests and tastes of tourists have changed along the passage of time and as a result, there have been development of innovative products in other popular destinations around the world. Nepal being stunningly beautiful mountainous country endowed with widely varied and rich natural and cultural conditions has a huge potential for a wide varieties of attractive tourism products.
Given the right kind of suitable and beautiful topographical features of the country, CANYONING just like other mountain adventure activities holds a tremendous potential as a new and adventure tourism product in Nepal. There are many rivers, streams and brooklets flowing down hundreds of mountains in the lower Himalayan and rugged hilly regions across Nepal.
At First day we bring you Bhotekoshi rafting and start Canyoning instruction and techniques in Bhotekoshi valley, a hidden paradise for caryonees, around 100 k m away from Kathmandu offer a unique adventure sport experience: Fun with Thrill of Canyoning.
Day to Day Itinerary
Day 01: Kathmandu - Bhotekoshi Depart at 8:00 A.M. from Kathmandu.
After 4 hrs drive, Arrive in Bhotekoshi and start rafting from Lamusangu Dam to Chere village for Half day Overnight at tenten camp.
Day 02: Day Full day Crayoning with training, instruction and techniques & Dinner at Camp (Kabre Grade: V2.A1 I Time: 3 hrs at Jumbu Khola
Grade: V2.A2 II Time: 3 h 45)
Day 03: Full day Canyoning ( Hadi Khola) Grade: V2.A1 ITime: 4 h Canyoning (Galung Khola) Region: BaraBise- Kodari, Araniko High way- Bhotekosi Valley
Grade: V2.A2 II Time: 6 h
Day 04: Drive back Kathmandu and Check in Hotel
The Cost Includes:
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Note: The above itineraries can be change due to condition beyond the control. This is a guideline showing tentative camp night stop. Physical, Technical and Natural condition may change this above itineraries.