Other trips in Nepal:
The best of Nepal Kayaking trip for those boaters that want Class 4/5 kayaking. We’re going to pack in as many rivers and the best rapids as we can in a month !
NB: This trip has been designed so kayakers who don’t want to do all of it can do any part they want so if you haven’t got time for the whole lot just pick what sections you can do.
We start this trip introducing those who have not been to Nepal with a multi-day classic: The Tamur River with its incredible trek in and world-class kayaking. We have the luxury of having it catered for through supporting gear rafts. This is an epic trip just on its own!
Before we start our travel across Nepal firstly to Pokhara for some great time to take a breather and soak up the beauty of the surrounding Himalayas before getting some more river /creek time on the steep and technical Modi Khola with stunning 8 meter mountain-back drops.
We then cross into the next drainage to paddle the mighty Marsyangdi on our way back to Kathmandu.
Its here we can stop for a day, restock supplies, wash the dust and sand off before heading East again.
Next we take on the continuous waters of the Bhoti Kosi. First we tackle the upper rafting section of continuous grade 4 to get an idea of what it might be like up higher! Staying that night at the beautiful Last Resort. Its here we decide on the water levels for those feeling like they want to go large and take on the upper upper Bhoti which has a reputation for humbling some great paddlers, or take the time to get the adrenalin flowing in different pursuits like Bungy Jumping or taking on the worlds biggest bridge swing. You can of course just plain relax, and enjoy the bar amenities or even a massage for those sore muscles. It’s from there we head out to Tamba Kosi for the last leg of our incredible journey. This river will put the icing on the cake of a very hard kayaking trip with its very solid grade 4/5 two-day run. Then it’s back on the private bus and back to Kathmandu!!
Back in town its time to wash off all the travel grime we have accumulated do some last minute shopping have a great meal in one of Kathmandu’s many famous eateries, grab some drinks and reflect on the whole trip!
$3,900 per person.
Rates quoted are per person, based on sharing twin accommodations.
Single Supplement—$180 for ‘requested’ singles; $100 for ‘forced’ singles. If you prefer single accommodation, you must pay the single supplement Fee. If you’re traveling alone and wish to share accommodation, we’ll try our best to find you a roommate.
For Kayaks and personal gear we recommend to bring your own. We do have a fleet of kayaks to rent for those having trouble or wishing not to fly with boats. For other gear such as drytops, PFDs paddles etc. we strongly suggest to bring your own.
For those not wanting to do all of the tour please contact us for pricing on which legs that you want to do.
As this is fully supported tour we will be travelling with unloaded boats to make this a trip of pleasure! This means you can bring a little more personal gear than going on a self support (but that doesn’t mean we bring all but the kitchen sink!).
Get in touch with us if you have any questions about joining this