Nepal is most shouting destination for adventurous tourism activities like trekking, expedition, peak climbing, jungle safari and rafting. Now Canyoning also getting popular in Nepal, which is an extremely adventurous sport.
Canyoning is activities that involves scaling cliffs, abseiling, jumping into deep pools, short swims and descend following the waterfalls using rope. Canyoning is a handful of fun, improves your fitness, physical skills and self-confidence. Moreover, it is open to all levels of ability, so whether you are up for a gentle adventure or a heart-racing challenge there is a canyoning trip to suit you. Our well trained skilled guides give full information about the canyoning trip and lead you to have wonderful thrilling experience in your lifetime to the full.
As you are going to be frequently in and out of the water plus sliding down, jump into the pool and climbing across hard rock surfaces, you need to have the right canyoning gears. We will provide you following equipments.
- Helmet – To protect your head against any nasty bumps or falling debris. You are going to be going down rock slides at times and if you are traveling at speed your head can be thrown backwards. A helmet will ensure this is not a problem.
- Wetsuit – Keeps you warm even when you are wet. It also provides a degree of protection against abrasive surfaces. Wet suits come in many types, you will most likely need a thick one to insulate you against the less than tropical UK weather.
Canyoning harness – To allow you to be safely and comfortably lowered down large drops by rope.
- Neoprene socks – Or booties, to keep your feet dry.
- Buoyancy aid – To keep you afloat the water, especially in fast moving rapids. Short swims are a necessary part of navigating a canyon.
- Throw bag – Something your guide will probably have. This is a specialised weighted bag attached to a rope, which is thrown to someone in the water. The receiver catches it and can be hauled to dry land by the thrower.
- Neoprene elbow and knee guards – Not essential but a really nice extra level of protection for sensitive body parts, considering that you are going to be scrabbling around on slippery rocks.
- Other items of clothing you may need to take are:
- Sports towel – Naturally, to dry off. Find a special sports towel that is quick drying and compact – you don’t want to be bulked down unnecessarily.
- Old pair of trainers – Your shoes are going to get wrecked with mud and water so leave your special edition adidas at home for this one. An old pair of canvas deck shoes should suffice.
- Canyoneer – The name given to a specialised canyoning shoes. Featuring rubber soles with excellent grip, polyurethane soles to protect your feet from sharp rocks, and a neoprene ankle collar to keep your ankles warm and give further protection.
- Waterproof rucksack – Otherwise known as a dry bag to keep spare clothes and other items in.
- Hard protective case – For your camera if you intend on taking one. It must also be water tight.
- Water bottle – Canyoning is thirsty work and you need a fresh supply of clean water to keep you going.
The Nepal’s newest canyon, is the limit of technical commercial canyoning. This spectacular low volume canyon has many abseils including a phenomenal 60 meter drop where you have to lower yourself. Very scenic 40 minute walk through field and forest and a 10 minute walk back to the Last Resort means we have one of the worlds most beautiful canyons right at our doorstep. This is a canyon not to be missed !
All of our adventures are truly unique experiences, they demand choosing a company that has the expertise, attitude, equipment and above all respect for the natural forces we play with. Our extremely talented international guides set safety standards for others to follow, leaving you free to enjoy your experience with the knowledge that you are in the most capable of hands.
WHAT TO BRING : Trekking boots, Bathing suit or shorts and t-shirt, Spare dry clothes and a towel Sleeping bag if you are staying over at the Resort. A good mental attitude. Water bottle.
WE SUPPLY : Superb Experienced guides with an intimate knowledge of these canyons, wetsuits, helmets, harnesses, ropes and all other technical gear required, delicious food and a great time.
Cost US$ 90
It includes : Bungy Jump, food, accommodation and transportation
Bungy and Canyoning:
Cost US$ 125
It includes : Food, accommodation, transportation, Bungy Jump and a day canyoning
The Amazing Fix
Length: 2 days
Location: Himalayas of Nepal
Access: 3 hours outside Kathmandu by Ultimate Bungy Shuttle to within 12km of the Tibet Border.
The Gorge: Ultimate Bungy Nepal takes place on a 166m-wide steel suspension bridge over the Bhoti Kosi River.
The Bridge: Swiss designed, specially for bungy jumping with a 4x safety factor. The bridge has a loading factor of 41,500kg or 4.5 tonnes. And those are Swiss measurements! The bungy bridge is the longest in Nepal and also the only privately-owned bridge. Before its construction, locals walked five hours to cross this river gorge.
The Jump: Ultimate Bungy at The Last Resort in Nepal may be the most spectacular Bungy Jump on the Planet. This remarkable 500ft (160m) drop into the Bhoti Kosi River gorge on the Nepal / Tibet border is the longest free-fall in the world. Designed, constructed and operated by very experienced Kiwis to exacting international standards your safety is guaranteed.
It is Nepal’s Ultimate Rush., 188.8.131.52.2.1… Imagine a bridge over a 160-metre tropical gorge with the Bhote Kosi, one of the world’s wildest rivers raging below… Now Jump.
The second day we raft the full Bhote Kosi River – appropriately 80 challenging rapids.
The Amazing Fix includes private transportation to and from The Last Resort, the most spectacular Bungy jump in the world, rafting the full Bhote Kosi on the second day, and an overnight stay at the Last Resort: lunch and dinner the first day, breakfast and lunch the second day. Rafting includes expert guides, safety kayakers, and world-class equipment – it’s a matter of style…
FREE-FALL Nepal – full day
The Ultimate BUNGY JUMP… This includes transportto and from The Last Resort and the most spectacular bungy jump in the world, an action-packed, long day trip, with lunch included.
Jump costs only $US65.
The Big JUMP and Stay – 2 days US$105
Enjoy the serenity of the Last Resort after you have had your dose of adrenalin… This includes transportation to and from The Last Resort, the big jump and an overnight stay at The Last Resort: lunch and dinner the first day, breakfast and lunch the second day.
Go and see – $US15
Not sure if you want to jump? Then go up and have lunch and a relaxing day. Check out the action and decide if you want to take the plunge…
Extra Jump Value… $US45 2nd jump, 3rd jump free. If there is time you can get multiple BUNGY JUMPS. If you are staying overnight at the Resort you can jump again the next morning and we guarantee the extra jumps. Mad if you do and mad if you don’t. Multiple jumps must be in the same season and if you do not do them on the same visit then each time you return to the Last Resort you have to pay for food and transport.
If you jump don’t forget to collect your FREE Ultimate Bungy T-shirt and wear it with pride.
Relax at The Last Resort – $US40
Tired of Kathmandu and the hassles of an Asian city? The scenery and serenity of the Last Resort and its surroundings could be just what you seek. The land has a magical feeling – its location so close to Tibet may be the cause. This includes transportation to and from The Last Resort, an overnight stay at The Last Resort: lunch and dinner the first day, breakfast and lunch the second day.
Overnight and Raft – $US65
This includes transportation to and from The Last Resort, an overnight stay at The Last Resort: lunch and dinner the first day, breakfast and lunch the second day as well as rafting the second day. Rafting includes expert guides and safety kayakers, world-class equipment – it’s a matter of style…
Canyoning 1 day – $US50 2 days $US105
An amazing full body and mind experience that enables you to explore some of the last forbidden places in the Himalayas. Canyoning involves abseiling, climbing, jumping and sliding down steep canyon walls and waterfalls to deep pools below. Swim through intimate passages of contorted rock and powerful blasts of water. Experience canyoning with the professionals.