Canyoning is a must try adrenaline sport that involves descending down a series of waterfalls through a canyon rappelling, jumping, sliding and boulder scrambling. The best thing about canyoning is discovering while following a water trail. In many countries, it is a popular sport, which is equally challenging both physically and mentally and yet refreshing and unforgettable experience that any thrill seekers should not be missing. Canyoning in Nepal is an adventure tourism activity in Nepal. We offer a wide range of Canyoning packages to Kathmandu, Kakani, Jalbire, Sundarijal, Lamjung in Nepal from 1 to 7 days. Canyoning trips range from exploratory walks to some of Nepal’s most extreme canyoning. Our expert canyoning guides will lead you in abseiling, jumping and sliding down steep canyon walls and waterfalls to deep pools below. It’s wet and wild and you will have a great time.
Thrilling adventure of Canyoning is available in the doorstep of Kathmandu, which stunning sites located at Kakani (35 km.) from Kathmandu’s ring road. There are two canyons PhungPhunye (185 mtr.) and Chhahare (145m) located in the villages of Dhansar and Jurethum in Kakani area. Both the canyons fall in wonderful setting especially from PhungPhungye one can view the Himalayan Panorama of Ganesh Himal as well as Manaslu and Langtang regions while abseiling down from the canyon. There is ample water flow in all season as the area is at the altitude of 1325 mtr from sea level which is neither very cold nor very hot. The canyoning spot is not far from the well known hill station of Kakani famous for day picnic and view lovers. Also the near by villages do fish farming of world famous Japanese Trout Fish.
- Airport pick-up and drop
- Accommodation and breakfast in Kathmandu as per itinerary
- Salary, Accommodation and Insurance of one trekking guide and required number of helpers
- Trekking Helper for carrying goods and supplies
- All accommodation
- All Ground Transportation as per itinerary
- Charge for canyoning
- Wongchhu Peak Promotion duffel bag and trekking map.
- Travel/trekking insurance
- Airport departure tax
- Rescue charge
- Personal Expenses
- Tips for Guide