Fishing in Nepal

Adventure Sports

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USD $ 475 / per person

Trip Info

  • Duration

    1 Day

  • Max. Altitude

    1,400 m m

  • Difficulty

    easy

  • Starts From

    Kathmanu

  • Trip Ends At

    Kathmandu

  • Transport

    Private Vechile

  • Best Season:

    • All Year Round

Nepal is home to some of the fastest flowing rivers and large lakes and the Fishing Trip in Nepal has become one of the prime sport. More than 185 varieties of fishes are found in these serene Himalayan waters.

Whether it is the Golden Mahseer found in the waters of the far west or different species of trout that swim across the streams; Nepal is a heaven for all of those who love fishing.

Fishing is one of the adventure sports that requires tons of patience. So, for those passionate people, who love fishing - Nepal is one of those treasure troves that you cannot afford to miss.

And as far as the rivers are concerned - Betrawati, Indrawati, Karnali, Trishuli and Koshi are especially famous among tourists to satisfy your passion. So, its waters are full of a myriad of fishes like catfish, rainbow trout, crap, common trout, Murrel fish, and several others. 

It would be great and adventurous to do fishing in the swift-flowing Himalayan White River rather than in a small pond.  

Karnali River offers a plethora of fishing spots where you can just lay down your fishing rod and wait for a Golden Mahseer to take your bait. Yes, golden mahseer is found in this river and that is why it has become one of the major attractions for fishing enthusiasts.

Furthermore, the lakes of Pokhara and the confluences of Babai in Bardiya, Chitwan’s river confluences, Dolalghat, on Kodari Highway offer some of the best fishing spots in Nepal.

But what attracts people most is the serenity and beauty of the Himalayas which make your fishing trips in Nepal much more enjoyable. Suitable fishing spots are located all over this Himalayan nation and you can go for joyful fishing trips to satisfy your desires.

October to November and February to May are the ideal months for fishing.

So, why wait any further? Pack your backs and let’s go Nepal fishing trip with the crew members of Himalayan Trekkers.

Itinerary in Details

The itinerary for this Fishing trip is totally customizable as we have to choose the location and plan accordingly. It can also be an addon on any of your trips.

Includes

  • On Request

Excludes

  • On Request

Himalayan Trekkers promise to manage the best, most comfortable, and preferred accommodation.

In general, we arrange a 3* Standard Category Accommodations with all facilities in cities. If available, you can opt for a more budget-friendly option or upgrade to a more luxurious hotel by paying a little extra.

Although all places during your trek do not have all modern facilities (especially at higher altitudes), we ensure that it is arranged safely and comfortably. Mostly hygienic and safe tea houses / local lodges/homestays are arranged & please feel free to personalize according to your preference.

If your travel schedule includes camping or if you choose to experience it, a correct campsite will be determined in advance and everything will be taken care of. If required, we also provide equipment such as a tent, cookware, etc. Check the equipment lists and equipment lists for more information.

Meals

Breakfast is usually included with your accommodation within the costs. Meals in the city must be paid separately. Often in the cities, you can choose from many different cuisines and varied food services. We can always help you find the right place.

Remote areas don't have that many options, but hygienic and well-prepared food is always served. Moreover, most meals are included in the costs during your trek. We can help you make changes according to your preference and budget, but only if choices are available! Moreover, Himalayan Trekkers also organize Welcome of Farewell Dinners as a symbol of warm greetings.

Follow the detailed route description or itinerary for more information. We are always there to help you to your heart's content.

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