Jalbire, a hidden paradise in Nepal, is situated en route to Chitwan National Park or Pokhara. Jalbire is renowned for Canyoning and other water sports. It is a natural water themed park with several water falls, natural slides and plenty of cliff jumping spots. Jalbire Canyon is located between two villages named Panch and Simaltal. These villages are located within the Chitwan District, Nepal. The area is blessed with rich flora and fauna and also brags amazing canyons, dense forests, rivers and tons of outdoor activities for adrenaline junkies.
Jalbire Canyon is about 20 minutes drive south headed from the Mugling junction of the Priviti and Naryanghar Highways. At a nearby place, called Kabilas is where Jalbire Canyon is located, just near the confluence of the Seti and Trisuli river, but on the opposite side of the highway. The climate is continental, usually wet and humid and because of that, one can be prone to infections. Its water volume is manageable. In many parts it is needed to abseil or to slide.
Its cascade waterfalls, an amazing 100 m/328 ft high water drop at the top of the canyon, represent a unique setting for canyoning. The many water pools, the incredible rocky formations of karstic character make Jalbire canyon a superb canyoning spot. The surrounding jungle creates the perfect scenery for truly exciting moments. With three waterfalls at 25 m/82 ft high the fun is guaranteed.
Below are glimpses of Canyoning in Jalbire by Brozes Dangol:
Photo Courtesy: Brozes Dangol