CORNWALL, United Kingdom - The Water Skills Academy are offering you the opportunity to be part of a unique and one off Stand Up Paddle Board adventure experience across the Himalayas. Visiting Nepal and Bhutan this one off adventure has access to parts of the planet rarely seen by western eyes, guided by some of the most experienced SUP guides and expedition leaders in the world.
The expedition takes place November 2 - 23, 2016 and starts with a visit to Nepal, the location of the world’s best multi-day river journeys, to complete the Kali Gandaki river in the west of the country. The combination of culture, scenery and world class water makes it an expedition paradise. For the second part of the expedition, you will fly across the highest mountain range in the world to the hidden kingdom of Bhutan, known as the Last Shangri La. You will have unique, unlimited, access across this normally restricted country. You will then have the opportunity to complete a stunning journey through the heart of this Buddhist country and into India.
Experience an incredible trip through the Himalayas on your SUP. | Photos via: WSA
This itinerary takes you along stunning remote flat rivers with the occasionally easy portage and is suitable for SUP participants, and friends and family who wish to accompany the journey by raft. The whole journey is based on group participation where you encourage all those accompanying you to immerse themselves on a multi day expedition by participating as part of the team to ensure a successful and rewarding experience from start to finish.
This trip has been developed especially for ‘Water Skills Academy (WSA)’ customers and clients with Live the Adventure Director, Anthony, and his team as your guides providing the full trip support and logistics on and off the water, and the WSA team looking after your SUP experiences on the water.
Bring your family along for the journey and they can accompany you by raft! | Photos via: WSA
If you are comfortable paddling on flat water and living outside for a number of days then this is definitely a trip for you. The trip is NOT a white water trip, it’s a journey on slow moving flat water. If this is a trip that interests you you can find TONS more info and details on the trip HERE.
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