Combine three thrilling activities - one day of rafting on the Trisuli river, one day thrilling white water kayaking and one day absailing and jumping down the waterfalls.The Royal Beach Camp is our basecamp for adventures in the Himalayas. The eco-adventure camp is located on a beautiful private beach on the Trisuli River, 85 km west of Kathmandu and 115 km east of Pokhara. The Royal Beach camp is designed in harmony with nature and we stay in charming bamboo huts or two men tents. The dining area provides relaxation, the kitchen serves delicious outdoor meals and the bar serves up cold beers for sundown!
The camp surroundings allow a mutitude of activities, on and off the river. We offer kayak courses, rafting trips, hikes and canyoning. Simply choose any combination of your favourite activities! The camp also serves as our basecamp for longer kayaking- and rafting expeditions and multisport adventures across Nepal. The camp itself is a perfect spot for a few relaxing days with vollyboll and yoga at the beach.
Day 1: Kathmandu -Rafting
You leave Katmandu or Pokhara on tourist bus in the morning and head to the camp. The journey takes about 2-3 hours. When you get to the camp we have a cup of coffee and a briefing for the next few days. After lunch we raft the Trisuli River and punch some class III -IV challenging white water, including rapids like Ladies delight, Monsoon, Upset and Surprise! We do a approx. 20 km section down to the Kuringhat. We return to the camp on local transport and spend the night at Tent
Day 2: Canyoning
After breakfast we trek for 1½ hour from the camp to the Change Canyon. We reach the top of a series of beautiful, untouched waterfalls and with the help of harnesses and ropes we abseil down through the canyon. At one point we pass through a rock cave. We stop to eat our pick-nick lunch on a rock shelf on the way down. A real thrill, as well as a beautiful nature experience! We spend the night at the Camp. The early evening can be spent with volley ball at the beach, a quite yoga section or just relaxing in the bar. The kitchen then serves us a delicious dinner.O/n at Tent
Day 3: Kayaking
If you have never tried white water kayaking this is where it starts! We begin with the basics, depending on the level of your kayaking experience. We cover how to get in and out of the boat, basic paddling and rescue techniques. We train ferry glide (crossing the river) and getting in and out of eddies. You can also try the Eskimo-roll. After lunch we paddle some white water! In the late afternoon you return to the camp to collect your bags, and then you head towards your next destination. Busses takes you to either Kathmandu or Pokhara. There is also off course an option to stay on in camp and try any of or other activities, or sign up for a kayaing course.O/n at Tent,
Day 04: Depart for kathmandu
Experience needed: No previous experience is needed.
Instructors / guides: Professional from our camp will teach you how to do the trip. Our guides all have many years of experience leading trips in the Himalayan Rivers. Our leaders are SRT- KRT- and BCU-certified and have thorough river rescue qualifications and first aid knowledge.
Number of participants: Maximum 8 people per group.
Included: All meals, tented accommodation, all equipment for activities, bus to/from Kathmandu or Pokhara, local transportation, medical kit etc. Not included: Travel insurance, emergency evacuation, personal expenses such as drinks, tips etc.
What to bring: Sleeping bag, mattress and flashlight. A set of warm cloths for the evenings. Shorts and warm fleece, teva- sandal or river shoes for the day. Sunglasses, hat, sun protection, and mosquito repellant, personal toiletries.
Adventure start: Adventure starts regular, on request, during season.