The Bhotekoshi which originates in the Tibetan plateau and flows through the northern part of central Nepal is quite famous not only for rafting and bunjy jumping but also for canyoneering. The canyoning site can be reached by driving 4hrs along the main trading route to Tibet which goes through this valley.
BhoteKoshi Valley is a three hour drive from Kathmandu offering wonderful canyons and rafting options as well as serving as the gateway to Tibet, the roof of the world.
Bhotekoshi Valley Canyoning Outline Itinerary
- Day 01: Arrive in Kathmandu & Transfer to Hotel
- Day 02: Half day Cultural tours around UNESCO world heritage sites/ Canyoning prepration, Overnight in Hotel.
- Day 03: Drive to Bhotekhoshi – Jambo, Overnight in Camp.
- Day 04: Canyoning in Jambo Khola, Overnight in Camp.
- Day 05: Canyoning in Hadi Khola, Overnight in Camp.
- Day 06: Canyoning in Kabre Khola, Overnight in Camp.
- Day 07: Canyoning in Galung Khola, Overnight in Camp.
- Day 08: Free/Rest day and visit village around, Overnight in Camp.
- Day 09: Canyoning in Phang – Phung Khola, Overnight in Camp.
- Day 10: Drive back to Kathmandu, Check in Hotel.
- Day 11: Free/Rest day in Kathmandu, Overnight in Hotel.
- Day 12: Final Departure.
All conditions stated in the above Itinerary are for the guests who prefer full package trip. At the same time, we also serve you based on your choice. Above holiday itinerary can be customized as our guest specific requirements and can make Shorter and Longer. We design your holidays accordingly.
The above itineraries are subject to change due to condition beyond our control. This is a Guideline showing tentative night stops. Physical, Technical and Natural condition may change this above itineraries.
Bhotekoshi Valley Canyoning Cost Includes
- Airport Pick and Drop in Kathmandu by Private vehicle.
- Tourist Standard Hotel Accommodation at Kathmandu B/B Basis as listed in the Itinerary.
- Guided Sightseeing in Kathmandu with all the entrance fees as listed in the Itinerary.
- Private transportation to and from the starting and ending points of the tour as applicable.
- All the Canyoning Gear's.
- All the camping Gear as Itinerary or if you prefer to stay in Lodge all the expenses in full board basis
- Full Board Meals during the Canyoning.
- Professional & Highly Experience Government Licensed Canyoning Guide.
- Cooks, Camp sherpa and Porters
- All expenses of the Guides/Cooks and Porters includes Food, Accommodation, Salary, Insurance, and Equipment during your travel periods.
- Tour Map.
- Comprehensive First Aid Kit.
- Welcome and Farewell dinner with cultural program as listed in the Itinerary.
- All government taxes, VAT, Tourist Service charges and official expenses.
Bhotekoshi Valley Canyoning Cost Excludes
- Bar bills (Coke, mineral water, hard or soft drinks)
- Personal expenses
- Donation or tips
- Emergency evacuation for the Rescue.
- Personal equipment and Medical kid box
Bhotekoshi Valley Canyoning Departures Spring/Autumn 2017/2018
Bhotekoshi Valley Canyoning Cost Facts
- The above tour Itinerary is a guideline and standard pattern. This tour can be modified according to your time and requirements.
- Cost & Departures Dates will change according to your NEED, GROUP SIZE and TIME.
- The tour Itinerary may be changed after understanding by both agency and client. Additional activities could be added or reduce as per client's request before confirming the trip.
- Price for reduced touring activities could be deducted and additional activities could be added as per mutual understanding.
- For these reasons the same tour can be HIGHER and LOWER Price.
- We offer you the best price guaranteed for Bhotekoshi Valley Canyoning.
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Bhotekoshi Valley Canyoning - Useful Information
Bhotekoshi Valley Canyoning Spots
Jombo Khola 3 h V2.A1 I
Handi Khola 4 h V2.A1 I
Kabre Khola 3 h 45 V2.A2 II
Galung Khola 6 h V2.A2 II
Fang Phung 6h30m V4.A3III
Stay safe - Hazards
Canyoning can be dangerous. Escape out the sides of a canyon is often impossible, and completion of the descent is the only possibility. Due to the remoteness and inaccessibility of many canyons, rescue can be impossible for several hours or several days.
High water flow / hydraulics
Canyons with significant water flow may be treacherous and require special ropework techniques for safe travel. Hydraulics, undercurrents, and sieves (or strainers) occur in flowing canyons and can trap or pin and drown a canyoner.
A potential danger of many canyoning trips is a flash flood. A canyon "flashes" when a large amount of precipitation falls in the drainage, and water levels in the canyon rise quickly as the runoff rushes down the canyon. In canyons that drain large areas, the rainfall could be many kilometers away from the canyoners, completely unbeknown to them. A calm or even dry canyon can quickly become a violent torrent due to a severe thunderstorm in the vicinity. Fatalities have occurred as a result of flash floods.
Hypothermia and hyperthermia
Temperature related illnesses are also canyoning hazards. In arid desert canyons, heat exhaustion can occur if proper hydration levels are not maintained and adequate steps are not taken to avoid the intense rays of the sun. Hypothermia can be a serious danger in any canyon that contains water, during any time of the year. and can mitigate this danger to a large degree, but when people miscalculate the amount of water protection they will need, dangerous and sometimes fatal situations can occur.
Some canyoneering, especially in sandstone slots, involves escaping from large potholes. Also called "keeper potholes," these features, carved out by falling water at the bottom of a drop in the watercourse, are circular pits that often contain water that is too deep to stand up in and whose walls are too smooth to easily climb out of. Canyoneers use several unique and creative devices to escape potholes, including hooks used for aid climbing attached to long poles and specialized weighted bags that are attached to ropes and tossed over the lip of a pothole.
Very narrow slots
Narrow slot canyons, especially those narrower than humans, present difficult obstacles for canyoners. At times a canyoner is forced to climb up (using chimneying or off-width climbing techniques) to a height where one can comfortably maneuver laterally with pressure on both walls of the canyon. This tends to be strenuous and can require climbing high above the canyon floor, unprotected, for long periods of time. Failure to complete the required moves could result in being trapped in a canyon where rescue is extremely difficult.
Narrow sandstone slot canyons tend to have abrasive walls which act as sandpaper as a canyoner moves or slides along them. This abrasion tends to rip clothing and gear, and can cause painful skin abrasion.
Responsible TravelA proper VISA to enter and stay in Nepal is a must. There are reported cases when travelers are advised non-requirement of Nepal VISA by their travel agents. Practically every foreign national requires VISA to enter these countries. Do not encourage beggars. Don't trust strangers with money. Trust your hotel, but not people you may bump into on the streets. It is advisable to cover yourself with travel insurance for thefts, loss and medi-claim. Carry proper maps of the places proposed to visit in Nepal, as signboards are often absent. Try to reach a station during daytime if traveling on your own. In any case avoid persistent touts and taxi-drivers at airport/stations/bus stand to help you find your hotel. Always use tourist assistance desk for proper advice. Women traveling alone in certain deserted places should avoid walking at odd hours. While changing money, insist on getting encashment certificate. Do not checkout of the hotel in hurry. While checking out it has been noticed in some hotels, the extras are unreasonably charged which the guest hurriedly pays without cross-checking. Do not leave your cash and valuables in your hotel rooms. Keep your cash divided in different pockets. Take care of proper disposal of your rubbish always whether you are exploring Cities, Himalayas or anywhere else. Always use strong suitcases/baggage, as mishandling is common at airports/stations. Don't tip unreasonably and unnecessarily in a hotel. The NEWS soon spreads in the hotel and by the time you checkout there will be a group of them saluting you to expect something. Most of the monuments give very good discount for students from all over the world. They must carry there valid school identity card.
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