2 superb kayaking and canoeing trips in Nepal.
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Check out 2 great kayaking and canoeing trips in Nepal supported by 8 reviews.
All kayaking and canoeing trips are delivered by 2 tour agencies in Nepal.
Prices range from 271 USD to 1,788 USD and our kayaking and canoeing trips last from 4 days and to 15 days.
“I am very impressed with the service we received on the tour. Everyone involved was very helpful. Our tour leader Kirat was excellent. He was very knowledgeable about everything from trekking to the history of the area. He was very friendly and always helpful. Our porters were great and the cooks in particular on the trek (Soroj) were brilliant. The food was amazing and so much was provided. It was delicious. We loved our Sherpa (Min) and although his English was minimal he was very helpful and helped us whenever we needed. Not to mention teaching us to play the drums. Very happy with our experience.”
“Having done a lot of rafting in my life, I decided to try kayaking as well. Although it is difficult at the beginning, one you grasp the basics it is so much fun. This trip runs from GRG's Trisuli base camp which is a beautiful place to spend a few days. They taught me everything from how to safely get out of the kayak, how to roll, how to paddle some massive rapids! It was great. I can't wait to get back in a kayak again!”
“I had a great experience learning basic kayaking skills out on the lake, and then heading out on the river with the Paddle Nepal team. It was one of the best experiences I had in Nepal. I always felt really safe and well taken care of with their guides... but they also didn't hold us back and really let us test our new limits. The whole experience was a perfect blend of safety and fun, which is exactly what I was looking for in a clinic. Our guides were super engaged and seemed to be happy to give a bit of extra time or energy to whatever member of the group needed it in that moment. Super hard working group of guys that clearly enjoy their jobs. Great vibe and an awesome way to see Nepal while learning a new skill.”