Rafting in Nepal

Rafting in Nepal

One of nature's most powerful and fascinating forces is the rivers of Nepal. One can almost hear the gurgle, the rumbling thunder as it rises, and the laughter as it falls. The soaring rivers of Nepal extend abundant sources of whitewater, a challenge for paddlers. Steep descents, fast-flowing rapids, spectacular scenery, an amazing variety of flora and fauna provide an outstanding river journey for enthusiastic paddlers. River journeys range from one-day short-cut excursions to 11-day long way expeditions. Each offers incredibly unique knowledge and engenders a lifetime record.

The services below provide a general guideline for journeys in the most popular rivers in Nepal.

Bhote Koshi River Rafting

Bhote Koshi River RaftingThis is the most action-packed canyon river for short rafting trips. Small waterfalls and 90 degree bends are the obstacles you will have to overcome on this river. It’s only 3 hours of early morning drive from Kathmandu to rafting put-in point at Balephi and ends at Dolalghat.

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Kaligandaki River Rafting

Kaligandaki River RaftingThis is one of the best canyon rivers in Nepal. Plunging its way down through the Himalayas, the river carves the deepest gorge in the world between the two 8000m peaks Dhaulagiri and Annapurna. It provides magnificent views of the Himalayas, wonderful waterfalls and of course, the most exciting rapids. Since the river is one of the holy rivers in Nepal, every junction of the Kali Gandaki is dotted with cremation sites. The trip begins from Beni and ends at Andhi-Khola

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Karnali River Rafting

Karnali River RaftingThe Karnali river is Nepal's largest river. Rafting in this river in the far-west of Nepal gives you an opportunity to explore remote villages and culture, magnificent views of the Himalayas and the unspoilt forests of Nepal. The trip starts in Sauli and ends at Chisapani. This trip gives you an opportunity to go to Royal Bardia National Park for wildlife safari since Chisapani is near to the park.

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Marshyangdi River Rafting

Marshyangdi River RaftingMarshyangdi River, one of the most challenging rivers for thrilling white water rafting, is also known as the Raging River. Opened for rafting in 1996, this river provides splendid views of the Himalayas, landscape, culture, vegetation, technical thundering rapids and the colorful valley of Marshyangdi. The trip starts from Besi sahar and ends at Bimalnagar.

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Trishuli River Rafting

Trishuli River RaftingThis river is the most easily accessible river in Nepal. It provides plenty of white water excitement, spectacular scenery of nature and landscape. Fishling, Adamghat and Charaudi is focal point for rafting. Rafting trips on this river can be made for a varied durations, depending upon the availability of time and interest. You can either drive back to Kathmandu, Chitwan (Royal Chitwan National Park) or Pokhara after your rafting journey is over.

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Seti River Rafting

Seti River RaftingThis fine river offers beautiful scenery of nature, tremendous excitement of white water rafting, forested canyons and wonderful villages. Five to Rafting put-in point, Damauli, is about 5 hours drive from Kathmandu. It ends at Gaighat from where you can either drive back to Kathmandu or Chitwan (Royal Chitwan National Park).

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Sunkoshi River Rafting

Sunkoshi River RaftingThis river is known as the ‘River of Gold’ and is considered one of the top ten rafting rivers in the world. It offers exciting experience of white water rafting, beautiful natural scenarios, cultivated landscape and typical valley. The river journey is about 270 kms from put-in point Dolalghat until out point Chatara. The trip provides real taste of white water rafting as you raft through famous rapids like Meat Grinder, High Anxiety, Jaws and Big Dipper

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