India, Mahakali Sariyu

Join us for a river-journey down the Saryu & Mahakali Rivers up on the borders of India and Nepal. The Saryu River is the second-largest tributary of the mighty Mahakali River that demarcates the borders of the two countries. This section of river features the most significant migratory-runs of the Golden Himalayan Mahseer in Northern India – hence offering a superb blend of the very best of spinning as well as fly-fishing opportunities for these majestic fish. The Saryu is a fly-friendly river that is complimented by the migratory-runs of the Mahseer that come up from the Mahakali River, which offers massive natural habitat for these majestic fish, as it runs un-dammed for the most part – allowing its tributaries like the Saryu to produce well year-after-year. The Mahakali is a large glacial river that originates in China and offers forty miles of remote river-fishing opportunities for the Golden Himalayan Mahseer. In past years the Mahakali has produced some monsters and due its remote location it still continues to do so.

Length of Trip
15days and 14 nights

Price
US$ 5,975

Price Includes
15 days and 14 nights Escorted transfers throughout the tour that includes pick-up and drop at the New Delhi International airport, accommodation on the river is based on single-occupancy, all meals during the fishing days, beverages, including bottled mineral water, one fishing guide per angler, the use of tackle & some flies, all fishing permits and taxes.

Does Not Include
International air-fare, gratuities, alcoholic beverages, items of personal nature, flies or lures, meals and accommodation in Delhi upon arrival or departure, single occupancy supplement at the rest-house inside the tiger reserve, additional accommodation / transfers / sightseeing that is not part of the itinerary and other expenses incurred due to flight delays / natural hazards / other hazards beyond our control.

Fishing
The fishing is based on a fifty-mile section of river – floating, walking, and wet-wading your way down – accessing tributaries that flow into the Mahakali like Pancheshwar & Chukka. In the course of the river-journey our guests are hosted in migratory camps that are carefully placed to compliment the angling.
For the fly-angler, the Saryu River offers beautiful runs that are relatively easy to fish. It offers just the right volume for the use of both double as well as single-handed fly- rods. The Saryu rewards a variety of presentations that includes skated-dry-flies and crease-flies. In the warmer months the Golden Himalayan Mahseer take lures and flies in rapids – an exhilarating experience!
The Mahakali is a large glacial river is best fished with lures. It is one of the final-frontiers for anglers in search of the forgotten Himalayan monsters. This truly is an angling journey that takes you back in-time.

Species of Fish
Golden Mahseer, Goonch catfish

Season
March and October

Boats
Rafting boats

Guides
Seasoned local native guides

Other Activities
Game-drives, visit old temples
(optional), short hikes through remote villages, and plenty of photography.

Meals
Indian home style meals

Health
Information provided is general please consult with your physician

Travel Insurance
Travel insurance is recommended for all travel to protect your investment and in case of emergencies.

Passport
Required

Information and prices subject to change without notice

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