Canyoning in Nepal is a “must-do” for water sports lovers and adrenaline junkies! This is a great stop en route to Chitwan National Park or Pokhara.
- Duration: 3 days & 2 nights
- Departure Time: 6:30 a.m. from Hardcore Nepal office in Thamel
- Custom departure from Chitwan or Pokhara available
- Trip Includes:
- All equipment
- Transportation to and from Kathmandu
- All meals
About Our Nepal Canyon, Cave, and Climb Adventure
Get all the awesome activities of our Caving, Climbing, and Canyoning in this short tour to Bandipur/Bimal Nagar near Pokhara.
Jalbire canyon is one of Nepal’s most amazing natural wonders, and makes for spectacular photos when viewed from inside the canyon – it’s a tropical jungle paradise that you can see from nowhere else. Waterfall abseils, natural water-rock sliding, and a 20-meter splash pool jump are not to be missed for the traveling adrenaline junkie!
Then, camp overnight by the aqua-blue waters of the Marsyandi River. The next day, we hike up to Siddha Cave for a morning abseil into Nepal’s largest cavern, complete with hanging bats, stalactites, and stalagmites. On clear days, you have an awesome view of the Annapurna Himalaya and the river and villages below. After lunch, we have time for rock climbing or a hike around the local villages to see how they make a local brew called “chang,” or watch the work of the village potters or weavers.
The next morning, we rise early to climb at Bimal Nagar rock face; this is Nepal’s highest pitch and a good challenge for climbers of all levels. You also have time to explore the village of Bimal Nagar where you find friendly locals happy to see you visiting their village. After lunch, you are on your way to Pokhara or Kathmandu — your choice!
We camp at a small resort with showers, toilets, and restaurant. This is a great place to have a break with all amenities, yet still in nature. Camping here supports local Nepali small businesses – sustainable tourism friendly.
Need more information? Call us at (977) 980-301-0011 or email us at [email protected]
- What To Wear & Bring
- Wear flexible but fitting clothes (loose t-shirts, jackets can get caught in ropes and carabiners)
- Long hair should be pulled back in ponytail close to your head
- Do not wear rings or bracelets
- Wear sports shoes/hiking shoes for the walk to crag/cave (we provide climbing shoes sizes 35-45)
- Bring a change of clothes
- Wear sunblock & sunglasses
- Bring money for snacks & extras
PLEASE NOTE: Guests must follow all safety precautions. Guides have the right to exclude anyone from the tour who does not follow safety rules. Canyoning is an adrenaline-rush, extreme sport that is really fun, but all must follow the safety rules.