White Water Rafting in Nepal
Nepal is a river runner's paradise. A country with a variety of scenic beauty possibly not surpassed in any other part of the world and plenty of rivers to complete your imagination. Some of them are just for advance rafter or kayaker, many of them for intermediate kayaker/rafter, some for beginners. We have a long experience on Himalayan Rivers of Nepal and, with a view to a safe adventure, we provide:
- International standard rafting equipment (self bailing rafts, helmets, kayaks, plastic paddles, etc.)
- Camping & cooking equipment (kitchen gear, tents, mattress).
- Well-trained guides, cooks, kayakers and other helping staffs
- First aid kits
We offer rafting of different duration on the following rivers:
Trishuli River rafting
The Trishuli, draining the snowmelt of the Ganesh and Langtang Himal gains its name from the lord Shiva's three-pronged spears (trident). This river is recommended for beginners who want the taste of rafting adventure in the Himalayan Rivers. There are 10 major rapids on the Trishuli River, grading 3 to 4. The trip last one day up to three days.
Starting Point: village of Charaudi, at 3 hours drive from Kathmandu or Pokhara
Duration: 1 upto 3 days
Rapid Grade: 3 and 4
Botekoshi River Rafting
Bhotekoshi River RaftingThis is the most action - packed short rafting trip available. The Bhote Kosi is situated in the eastern part of Nepal, and is included among the steepest, most technical and challenging river in the country. It is recommended as an adventure trip for those looking for an intense rafting experience, or those with a limited time schedule - it packs a remarkable amount in 2 days adventure.
Start: Baseri, 4 hrs Drive from Kathmandu
End: Brahabise Dam
River Distance: about 22 kms.
Trip Duration: 2 days
Rapid grade: 4/4 + continue
Seti River Rafting
Seti River raftingThe Seti is one of Nepal's most beautiful and warmest river with spectacular scenery, beautiful wildlife and exciting rapids. The Chitwan National Park can be reached in an hour from the take out point. We offers rafting trips on this river from September till July and.
River Distance: 35 kms
Trip Duration: 2 days
Rapid grade: 2/3
End: Gaighat, near the Chitwan National Park
Kali Gandaki River Rafting
Kali Gandaki River RaftingKali Gandaki (the holy river):
The Kali Gandaki is rising in Mustang, flows through the roof top of the world and cuts the deepest gorge on this planet between Dhaulagiri and Annapurna. The trail of the gorge was used as an ancient route to Tibet. with continuous wild rapids waiting for you on the 80 km. stretch (Nayapul to Mirmiray).
Start: Nayapul, 3 hours drive from Pokhara
Trip Duration: 3 days
Rapid grade: 3/4/+
Useful Information about Rafting in Nepal
Whitewater rivers have an internationally recognized grading scale is as follows:
Grade I - Flat water, (little current)
Grade II - Bubbling current (small rapid)
Grade III - Technical & Exciting (needs trained guide)
Grade IV - Seriously big rapids
Grade V - The hair-raising limit!
Grade VI - Unrunable
Clothing and equipment to bring along
- Sweater, fiber pile or fleece jacket
- Warm pant or fleece pant
- A few T-shirt and pair of shorts
- A towel, pear of sandals or strong laced up shoes
- Sun glasses, personal toiletries, sun cream
- Water bottle, torch, batteries
- Sleeping bag
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