3Night/4Days
Duration
Kathmandu, Pokhara
Location
Tour Highlight
  • Float on unusually warm water of Himalayan River Seti which flow through the lap of Annapurna.
  • Many straight flow and baby rapid for beginner kayaker.
  • Get a glimpse of blissful mountains, hills and spectacular scenery.
  • Rapid level 3 +, mostly straightforward rapids which is ideal for white water rafting.

Unrivalled wilderness Seti is strange warm for a Himalayan river. It lies on the edge of the Annapurna region and flows through spectacular scenery. With its gentle gradient and straightforward rapids this river is ideal for kayaking. Small villages around the river are mark to be visit. And other interesting lesson about rivers and kayak will be given.

Also professional kayaker can involved in this trip and feel some surreal adventure.

Additional information

Hotel1 Star, 2 Star, 3 Star, 4 Star, 5 Star
Available OptionsMountain Flights, Cable Car
1

Arrive at Kathmandu

Meet at the Travhill office in Thamel and drive to the Pokhara (6 hours drive). Spend some hours on the lake in Pokhara learning Kayak man oeuvres. And overnight at hotel.

 

2

Drive to Damauli

Breakfast and drive to the put-in point at Damauli (2 hours). Practice kayak man oeuvres in flowing water and float down to Keraghari where we make camp.
3

Whole day Kayaking

Start kayaking at 9.30am. Kayaking whole day with a chance to test out our new-found skills on some baby rapids. And camp at Sarangkot.
4

Kayaking and return to Kathmandu

After lunch start kayaking at 9am. Kayaking for three hours. On this day we will encounter one of the biggest rapids on the Seti—the class III ‘CoffeePot’- which provides us with an opportunity to put our learning into practice. Take out at Ghaighat and return to Kathmandu (5 hours drive).

Cost Includes

  • All land transport in private vehicle including airport transfers, Support Vehicle
  • hotels in Kathmandu and Pokhara as per itinerary
  • All accommodation in best available teahouse
  • All meals as per itinerary
  • Professional Mountain Bike Guide
  • All permits and entry fees

Cost Excludes

  • Drinks, snacks and other personal expenses
  • Sleeping Bags
  • Personal Travel and Evacuation Insurance (Compulsory)
  • Mountain Bikes