Canoeing in Nepal

Canoeing in Nepal

 

Nepal has earned the reputation as one of the best destinations in the world for water adventure sports. Among them, canoeing in Nepal is growing in popularity. Canoeing is available in almost all the rivers which flow through national parks, conserved areas and religious destinations. Government of Nepal has opened sections of 16 rivers graded on a scale of 1 to 5 for commercial rafting, kayaking and canoeing. Canoeing is suitable to those who enjoy the single adventure. It can also be done in pair.

 

From these great Himalayan heights, rivers crash down through the foothills, fed by monsoon rains and melting snow. Rivers of Nepal descent further and faster than any other rivers in the world. Nepal is blessed with an amazing diversity of rivers. Here you can find the perfect river for your adventure with rivers graded from easy to near impossible according to their size, the intensity of their rapids.

 

Since rivers in Nepal are valued best in Asia for adventure sports, Canoeing in Nepal is best option. Rivers like Trishuli, Sunkoshi, Bhote Koshi, Marsyangdi, Kali Gandaki, Karnali, Arun,etc. are popular for this adventure sport. This white water sport in Nepal is a unique way to get off the beaten track and enjoy our fascinating culture, pristine wilderness and diverse wildlife more intimately. It gives amazing experience to those who want to live a life with stunning adventures. It can also be enjoyed with other adventures like rafting, swimming, fishing, boating, etc.

 

Canoeing in Nepal lets you explore the Nepalese life along the trail of river flow. The rivers in Nepal that are fit for rafting are best trail for canoeing. A safety kayaker or a guide is always with the expediton. These guides will inform you all the aspects of canoeing and river safety before starting of each journey. Expert professional guides, highly experienced safety kayakers and top quality equipment are provided for your convenience and safety. Best seasons are Spring (February to end of May), Summer (Mid June to end of August) and Autumn (September to mid December).