Rafting in Nepal
White Water Rafting means cruising down a rushing river in a inflatable rubber raft or White water and swirling rapids for the excitement of a lifetime. Nepal has earned a reputation as one of the best destinations in the world for white water rafting. Nepal' thundering waters, coming from the glaciers of the mighty Himalaya, provide unmatched thrills for rafting and immersing oneself in the landscape.A rafting trip is bound to be the highlight of your stay in the country.
Trisuli River Rafting ( 1 or 2 days)
Day 01: Kathmandu - Charaudi 3 hours by bus. Your rafting starts after your guide instruct you about the trip. Presence of many rapids makes this part the best for white water rafting. After 2 hours rafting, we make a lunch break and continue again and camp at Kurintar.
Day 02: Trip commences after breakfast and continues up to lunch break. It resume after lunch and trip ends at pachkilo. You can either return to Kathmandu or proceed to Pokhara or Royal Chitwan National Park.
Seti River Rafting ( 2 days)
Day 01: From Kathmandu or Pokhara drive to Damauli starting point. Not many rapids as on second day. Camp first night on a spacious beach.
Day 02: After breakfast, while floating down the river we got some technical rapids and the topography changes with lots of rock formation. After lunch trip end at Gaighat and you can either return to Kathmandu or proceed to Pokhara or Chitwan National Park.
Kali Gandaki River Rafting ( 5 days)
A beautiful unspoiled river with good White Water, gorges, wildlife and a feeling of remoteness. Recommended for people wanting and exciting medium-length raft trip and as a self- sufficient kayak trip for intermediate and expert Kayakers.
Day 01: Drive tourist bus to Pokhara O/N at hotel
Day 02: 7. 30 am meet - store extra luggage. Breakfast, (not included). Drive Beni 3 hours. Unload gear eat lunch and load rafts. Safty briefing - depart. After a brief warm we encounter 2 big class 4 rapids "little Brother" and "Big Brother". After scouting the rapid's Safty kayaks will descend followed by the rafts. The confluence of the Modi Khola marks arrival at the evening campsite. Unload rafts one team prepares dinner whilst the others relax, take in the scenery or play volleyball.
Day 03: Plenty of adrenaline and spectacular scenery. Views of Annapurnna 1 and Himachuli are interspersed with continuous class III sections of river, culminating with the challenging class IV rapids, "Refund" and "Tombstone". Lush vegetation and spectacular waterfalls cascade down cliff faces and lead us to camp at the village of Purti Ghat.
Day 04: Upon reaching the holy village of Seti Beni team members have the opportunity to take photo's of the Kali Gandaki's biggest rapids and this sacred Hindu temple. Not long after this the journey comes to an end. Bus to Pokhara.
Day 05: Drive back Tourist bus to Kathmandu
Sunkoshi River Rafting ( 10 days)
Transfer to Dolalghat ,just 3 hrs drive eastern part of Katmandu. The river come from Tibetan Plateau and joined through Ganges to Bagel. THIS IS ONE BEST RIVER IN THE WORLD, OFFER YOU THE MOST CHALLENGING RAPIDS, WEVES,DROPS AND OTHER WHITE WATER ITEAMS. Local people called that SUN(Gold) Koshi (River)the river where still we have those kinds of community that offer in the sandy beach search for gold and run their daily life.
Day 01: 7 am meet - store extra luggage. Breakfast, (not included). Drive Sukute Beach Resort lunch . Safty briefing, raft Upper Sun Kosi / Bhote Kosi Continuous class 4 rapids. Stay in Camping put in point of the Sun Kosi.
Day 02: Breakfast - load rafts - lunch. Depart
Day 03: Big class 4+rapids "No exit" and " Meatgrinder". Tama Kosi joins the Sun Kosi on the doubling the volume of the Sun Kosi Camp located near a beautiful Shiva temple overlooking the confluence.
Day 04: Several km below the confluence of the Likhu Khola we negotiate the, "Anxiety" series of rapids, including, pre, post and "High Anxiety". Scout and possible photo stop. Camp.
Day 05: Arrive at Harkapur bazaar. Prepare to run one of the largest and most difficult rapids on the river Harkapur II. Camp beyond the confluence of the Sun Kosi and Dudh Kosi, which drains Mt Everest.
Day 06: Rest day trek or relax.
Day 07: "Jaws" I, II & III', Rhino Rock, camp above the Jungle Corridor.
Day 08: The "Jungle Corridor" contains several kilometers of continuous white water. Waterfalls cascade down both sides of the canyon. It is a remote and wild place demanding commitment.
Day 09: A relaxing morning floating through stunning landscapes soaking up the sun and watching the world go by. The Big Dipper a fitting finally to the Sun Kosi. Huge standing waves and a giant hole separate you between the Himalaya and the northern plains of India. After the confluence of the Arun Rivers the foothills dramatically give way to flat lands of the Terai and the take out point, Chatra.
Day 10: Drive Back to kathmandu 10 hrs
Bhote Koshi River Rafting ( 2 days)
A short bus ride from Katmandu brings us to ' 95km ' on the Kathmandu - Tibet road. This is the put-in of the most action packed short white water run in Nepal. The river drops steeply offering relentless stretches of class iv-v white water. Boulder gardens, small waterfalls, steep chutes and 90 degree bends are just some of the obstacles to be overcome. Like the Marsyangdi, this river is not typical of the big volume water of the Himalayan, it is steep and technical and requires a reactive.
Marshyangdi River Rafting ( 6 days)
The 'Raging river' drains the northern slope of the Annapurna mountains. It was only opened to rafting in 1996 and yields some of the most exiting class iv-v white water in Nepal. This river demands 100% commitment from both crew ;and guide. It is totally difference from the big volume rivers like the Karnali and Sun Koshi the rapids are technical and require a very different approach. Big volume rivers need power and good lime, the Marsyangdi needs fast reactions power land a good line from the crew to get though this pin ball machine river. The Marsyangdi quickly forges raft crews of complete strangers into true rafting teams. Located on the eastern side of the Annapurna circuit, the Marsyangdi rivers has long been famous for the beautiful views. With each twist and turn the steep sided gorge walls frame a new mountain backdrop.