Canyoning (known as canyoneering in the U.S.) is traveling in Canyons using a variety of techniques, canyoneering are more often associated with technical descents — those that require abseils (rappels) and ropework, technical climbing or down-climbing, technical jumps, and/or technical swims.
Canyoning is frequently done in remote and rugged settings and Canyons that are ideal for canyoning are often cut into the bedrock stone, forming narrow gorges with numerous drops, beautifully sculpted walls, and sometimes spectacular waterfalls. Most canyons are cut into limestone, sandstone, granite or basalt, though other rock types are found. Canyons can be very easy or extremely difficult, though emphasis in the sport is usually on aesthetics and fun rather than pure difficulty.
Canyoning gear includes climbing hardware, static ropes, helmets, wetsuits, and specially designed shoes, packs, and rope bags.
Day 1: Depart at 6:00 am from Kathmandu and after about 3 hours drive you will arrive to the point, Half day canyoning plus training, instruction and techniques and overnight in resort there.
Day 2: Full day canyoning with lunch during the descent and after finishing, packing and leave for Kathmandu, again about 3 hours drive, arrive Kathmandu in the evening, overnigh in Kathmandu.