Canyoning, Caving and Climbing in Nepal

A 3-in-1 adrenaline-filled adventure that will take you canyoning, caving and climbing in the heart of Nepal. 3 days.

2 Nights
March, August—December

Once this trip starts, there’s simply no stopping. You’ll begin at Jalberi Canyon, a hidden little paradise known as Nepal’s natural waterpark; with natural rock slides, cliff jumping pools and plenty of waterfalls, this is an adrenaline-filled day in a stunning location.

Next, you’ll head to the sacred Siddha Gufa – Nepal’s longest cave; you’ll abseil from its highest point, making your way through a series of caverns decorated with stalactites and stalagmites, not to mention the hundreds of bats.

We hope you’ve reserved some energy as on the last day you’ll climb Bimal Nagar, one of the most spectacular rock walls in Nepal and a popular training spot for Everest climbers.

This non-stop adventure includes:

  • 1-day canyoning
  • 1-day caving
  • 1-day rock climbing
  • 2 nights hut accommodation
  • Local, certified guide
  • All activity equipment
  • Meals inc. 2 breakfasts, 3 lunches, 2 dinners
  • Local transfers
  • All taxes, insurances and licenses relative to the trip

Perfect for:
High-energy adventure seekers looking to make the most of just a few days away.

Need To Know

The following are not included in the trip price:

  • Flights to and from Kathmandu airport
  • Airport transfers
  • Breakfast on the first day of the trip
  • Snacks and drink
  • Personal expenses
  • Travel insurance

This trip will run with a minimum of 2 and a maximum of 10.

Sure can! A lot of people do, and it’s a great way to meet like-minded people.

Participants should have average fitness and the ability to hike, abseil, and climb with instruction from guides.

This trip runs in all weather. March - June and September - November are the ideal weather conditions for this trip when the rainfall is lower and temperatures average 22-28˚C.

Food consists of local Nepali fare like Daal Bhat Thakali (Rice, lentils and curry), local snacks like dried meats, roasted corn, or chowmein (Asian noodles), and tea with biscuits (cookies).

If you have any special requests, let us know and we will do our best to accommodate you.

  • Climbing harness
  • Climbing shoes
  • Canyoning harness
  • Wetsuit jacket (Full wetsuits are not provided for canyoning. Participants should wear quick-dry sports leggings with board shorts, or similar.)
  • Flexible but fitting clothes (quick dry)
  • Sunblock
  • Sunglasses
  • Change of clothes
  • Closed-toe shoes (sports shoes, canyoning shoes, or Keens)

Other recommendations are: - Camera - Mobile phone - Money for snacks - Personal medicine if required (please inform your guide in case of emergency)

Kathmandu Airport (KTM) is served by regular inexpensive flights. You can get any flight that suits you, but make sure they fit the times above to take advantage of the included transfers. Your host will contact you before you leave to check your arrival and departure plans.

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This adventure takes you to the heart of Nepal where you will visit two regions known for their distinct cultures.

The tropical Chitwan valley is home to one of Nepal’s most spectacular waterfall canyons. This area is known for its lush flowers and forests.

Next, you’ll travel to the quaint village of Bimal Nagar in the Tanahun district. On a clear day, you will have the most majestic view of the Himalayan range and from the entrance to Siddha Cave you can see the famous peaks of the Annapurnas, Manasalu, Machhupachure, and Ganesh Himal.

Start point? You will be met at the gate of the Kathmandu Guesthouse at 06:30 on day one of the trip. We suggest you book accommodation close to this spot for the night before the trip. Your host will be in touch before your trip to finalise details.

Finish point? Your trip will end at 19:00 in the commercial neighbourhood of Thamel, Kathmandu.

Getting there and away? Kathmandu Airport (KTM) is served by regular inexpensive flights. You can get any flight that suits you, but make sure they fit the times above to take advantage of the included transfers. Your host will contact you before you leave to check your arrival and departure plans.

For extra financial protection against unforeseen circumstances, we recommend you book your flights using a credit card.

What to Expect

Day 1: Canyoning

You’ll meet your host early this morning to begin your bus ride to Jalbire Canyon. Travelling through the heart of Nepal’s Trisuli River valley, you’ll enjoy the scenery of lush tropical villages and the occasional view of the Himalayas.

You’ll arrive at the canyon in time for lunch, so stop and have a bite to eat to fuel the afternoon ahead – you’ll need it. It’s a 40-minute hike to the top of the canyon, with the reward of a giant 30m-high waterfall at the top which makes for some awesome photos.

After a brief training session, your canyoning adventure in the unrivalled beauty of this natural waterpark begins; abseil through waterfalls, lose your stomach on rock slides, and push yourself at some fantastic cliff jumping spots.

As your stamina begins to fade with the daylight, it’s time to return to the bus and head to Bimal Nagar and the Bamboo Lodge, where you’ll spend the night in a cosy bamboo hut.

Day 2: Caving

Today you will hike to Siddha Cave (Siddha Gufa) for a morning abseil into Nepal’s largest cave. On a clear day, you’ll have an awesome view of the Annapurna Himalya so have your camera to hand.

As you enter the cathedral-like interior of the cave, you’ll be surrounded by stalactites and stalagmites, and hundreds of bats whistling overhead.

After a bit of lunch, you’ll have time for rock climbing or a muddy hike down to the villages to meet the residents and watch local potters and weavers at work.

At the end of another packed day, you’ll return to your hut for food, laughs and relaxation.

4 hours abseiling and caving, 4 hours rock climbing

Day 3: Climbing

You’ll rise early this morning to climb one of the most spectacular rock walls in Nepal, Bimal Nagar.

As you challenge yourself on some of the multi-pitch and single-pitch climbing routes Bimal Nagar has to offer, you’ll enjoy the view of Mt. Manaslu and the sound of the beautiful Marshyandi River flowing in the distance.

When your feet are firmly back on the ground, you’ll explore the village and meet the friendly locals who are always pleased to see new visiting faces. Stop for a spot of lunch before you are on your way to Pokhara or Kathmadu — your choice!

You’ll stop at a small camp resort with all the facilities you need after a long day climbing, including a restaurant. This is a great place to have a break; reunited with amenities yet still in the heart of the natural surroundings you’ve become accustomed to. Camping here supports local Nepali small businesses, which is what makes this place really special.

4 hours climbing


Both nights you will stay in hut-style rooms at an eco-camp called Bamboo Lodge.

The hut walls are woven with local bamboo. The rooms are basic but comfortable and give you all you need for your stay.

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