This is the trip for the experienced kayaker who want to challenge Nepal’s big monsoon waters and non commercial creeks!
ImageThis is a nine days white water challenge for the experienced kayaker. To participate you should paddle Class III+ waters with confidence and have a solid roll. The trip is done as a base is Royal Beach Camp.
The trip starts at Royal Beach Camp with a couple of days warm up paddling on our home river Trisuli. Trisuli is a big volume river that rocks after monsoon! This is as big as it gets! Then we move on to some of the exciting near by secret creeks for two days of creeking. These creeks have been explored by us and paddled by a handful of boaters only. Then we move on to paddle some of the famous Nepali kayaking rivers, Seti and Marsyangdi – and we do it in big water! and our scret creeks this week
Accomodation on this trip is in bamboo huts in The Royal Beach Camp and in tea houses and tent.The trips is lead by one of our experienced river leader from Royal Beach Camp.
This is a intense kayking experience. We paddle a lot in nine days and we paddle when and where others don’t go. Join us for a true Monsoon Experience!
Season: August – September
Experience needed: Previous kayaking experience is needed. You should be abale to roll and paddle class III+ white water and willing to push the limits in to next level.
Instructors / guides: The trip is lead by professional expedition kayakers from Himalayan Extreme Sports Institute with many years of experience in the Himalayan rivers. Our leaders are SRT- KRT- and BCU-certified and have thorough river rescue qualifications. The Institute also train kayak instructors which means that on most trips we also have kayakers in training acting as assistant guides on the river, providing extra security.
Number of participants: The maximum numbers we take on this monsoon experience is 6 paddlers!
Included: All meals. All accommodations in tent, guesthouses and bamboo hut. all kayaking gear, local transportation, guide and medical kit.
Not included: Travel insurance, Emergency evacuation, personal expenses such as drinks, tips etc.
What to bring: Sleeping bag, mattress and flashlight. Two set of warm cloths for the evenings. Shorts and warm fleece, teva- sandal or river shoes, Sunglasses, hat, sun protection, mosquito repellant, personal toiletries, medications.
Adventure start: Adventure starts regularly, on request, during season. Please contact us for availability.
All meals. All accommodations in tent, guesthouses and bamboo hut. all kayaking gear, local transportation, guide and medical kit.
Whats not included