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RAFTING IN NEPAL
RAFTING IN NEPAL

Nepal is famous worldwide for whitewater rafting . The swollen Himalayan rivers provide you with a challenge of a life time. In rubber rafts or kayaks the swollen currents and boiling foam is a challenge not to be missed. These river trips take you deep into the country where no roads exist, enabling you to enjoy the untouched landscapes and picturesque, neatly tendered rice paddies. Our professional and experienced river guides together with first class equipment presents a safe experience. All camping gear is provided as well as food. Camping sites are on the sandy beaches of the river. Choose from the following interesting rafting programs.

The major rivers opened for rafting in Nepal are as follows:

  • Trishuli 1 - 4 days (Central Nepal)
  • Setikhola 2 days ( Western Nepal)
  • Bhotekoshi 1 - 2 days ( Eastern Nepal )
  • Kaligandaki 3 - 5 days (Western Nepal)
  • Marshyangdi 6 days
  • Sunkoshi 8 - 9 days (Eastern Nepal)
  • Karnali River 10 - 12 days (Far Western Nepal)
  • Arun River 08 days including 3 days trekking
  • Tamur River 12 days including 3 days trekking
  • Bheri ( Fishing ) River 03 days

 

The Trishuli River
This is one of the most popular of Nepal's raftable rivers due to its proximity to Kathmandu and easy road access. For first time rafters, Trishuli offers tremendous excitement and experience. Many choose Trishuli to incorporate with either a trip to Pokhara or Royal Chitwan National Park.
 

 

The Bhote Koshi River
A three hour drive from Kathmandu takes you to this pure adrenaline rush as you crash through a maze of canyons and boulders. The Marshyangdi River Marshyangdi flows through the gorges of Annapurna with 52 kms. of boiling foam sandwiched between towering peaks. The rafing starts from Besisahar and the ending point is Bimalangar on the Prithivi Highway.
 

 

The Sun Koshi River
A three hour trip from Kathmandu takes you to the starting point of the second most rafted river in Nepal. 270 km. of incredible, exhilarating white water awaits the most adventurous. A ten hour drive to Jiri (central north region) from Kathmandu is followed by a short walk to Besti for the commencement of this ten day odyssey. Rafting this river is considered the most adventurous and dangerous available.
 

 

The Tama Koshi River
A ten hour drive to Jiri (central north region) from Kathmandu is followed by a short walk to Besti for the commencement of this ten day odyssey. Rafting this river is considered the most adventurous and dangerous available.
 

 

The Marshyangdi River
Marshyangdi flows through the gorges of Annapurna with 52 kms. of boiling foam sandwiched between towering peaks. The rafing starts from Besisahar and the ending point is Bimalangar on the Prithivi Highway.
 

 

The Kali Gandaki River
This rafting starts near Beni and passes through remote canyons and deep gorges where you will experience intense rapids, wilderness and mountain views.
 

 

The Karnali River
This is the longest and largest river in Nepal and lies in the Far West. A two day trek from Surket in the Terai is needed to reach the starting point. You will experience some of the world'sz most famous rapids passing through wilderness uninterrupted by humans.
 

Note:
We provide detailed information on each region throughout the following pages along with the descriptions of the popular trekking areas, the routes and possible itineraries.

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