Canoeing in Nepal
Because of the unique topography, high altitude, and large amounts of water that fall directly from the mountains, most of Nepal’s rivers offer a great canoeing adventure. Canoeing in Nepal is an amazing experience for the body and mind; full of impressive landscapes and waterfalls. Hanging from the top of the waterfall with the aid of a rope and a hard metal bar fills you with thrills you never experienced.
Canoeing sport was introduced in Nepal around 1997. Commercial canoeing has been taking place in the villages of Kaski, Syangja, Lamjung, Sindhupalchok, Kavre, Nuwakot, and Dhading in Nepal. At present, there is 40/50 skilled personnel (guides) who provide canoeing in Nepal. Adventure sport is expensive due to the price of the high-end jackets, helmets, and gears necessary for the safety of the sport.
It is a one-day event for which you may have to pay more than 1500 NPR per person.