Floating close to the grueling white water, with tides and waves continuously splashing cold and hot water on the body with blades fighting against the tide and moving forward in different pace, mostly fast pace. This description closely matches the feel of going on a kayaking expedition in the torrential and fast paced rivers of Nepal. Kayaking is the use of a small narrow boat propelled by a double bladed paddle where the kayaker sits facing forward, legs in front and using the blade to pull front-to back on one side and then the other in rotation. Most of the kayaks are closed decked with paddlers in sit-on-top position.
All staff, including highly qualified & licensed Guides and professional Safety Kayakers all fluent in English and holding up to date First Aid Qualifications.