Canyoning in Nepal

The latest activities in Nepal is canyoning, an activity that involves abseiling, sliding, jumping and climbing down canyon walls alongside waterfalls to deep pools below. This activities is very popular in Manang district (inside the naar-phoo village). It’s full of wonderful and beautiful waterfalls everywhere in the middle of Nepal and in the mountains regions. Thus , this activity provides you the freedom to explore some of the most ruggedly beautiful, yet forbidden places in the world.

Location in Nepal

Bhotekoshi : Bhotekoshi Valley canyoning site is located some 100 km. outside Kathmandu, on the Araniko highway. This canyoning  is an ideal trip for those who are keen to attempt in several spot in same time. Such as, it is also possible to make the trip and return to Kathmandu in one day.The Popular spot are Jombo Khola, Handi Khola, Galung Khola, Kabre Khola.

Sunkoshi :  The village altitude begins at 600m on the Sunkoshi riverbank and rise high up around 2000m, at the top of the Dorjegyang hill. According to government official record, village is 16 miles from the Kavre district headquarter-Dhulikhel. Dhulikhel is 29km from Kathmandu. This village is 6 hours away from the high way and 6 km from the sub winter rough link up to Koshidekha Village via Palanchok temple which gives a wide range of exploration to the travelers.

Canyoning during Trek

This canyoyoning spot lies in Marsyangdi valley, gate way to Annapurna circuit trek. This adventure Nepal Canyoning site is superb, very large, particularly strong and wild. More on descend the more technical and more challange. Marsyandi valley is a brilliant place to discover the challenging sport of canyoning and here is already several site has been explored and developed. This region canyoneers can do both trek and canyoning in same time. The Popular spot are Chamche Khola, Bhulbule, Syange, Chipla, Jagat, Gopte, Sansapu, Raindu, Tal.

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