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 Nepal is rich of many scenic and beautiful rivers. The most popular rivers to raft in are: Trisuli River, Bhotekoshi River, Seti River, Kali Gandhki River, Marshyangi River, The Karnali River, The Sunkoshi River, Seti River, Arun River, Tamur River.      

   Nepal is called as the best place of the World to raft in rivers. Specially White Water Rafting (WWR) of any levels can be rafted in rivers of Nepal. WWR attracts people from many countries. It gives us  absolute relax.

  We explore you to raft in those rivers with various trips : Trishuli River (rafting for 1 up to 2 days), Seti River (2 days trip), Bhote Khosi River (2 days rafting trip), Kali Gandaki River (5 days from Kathmandu Valley, 3 days rafting from Pokhara), Marshyangdi River (4 days), Sun Koshi River (9 days rafting), Karnali River (10 days of whitewater rafting from KTM to KTM). On these rivers you will find the world's most thrilling whitewaters with a wide range of difficulties, warm water and bug free beaches for camping. All this makes a wealth of unlimited opportunities for great rafting, kayaking, Climbing, Mountaineering, biking, hiking and ever popular trekking adventures in Nepal. Nepal has something to offer to everyone.

 We are proud to share our wonderful country, and culture with our many years' experience in this field and to give you an excellent opportunity to explore the remote countryside, which is never possible without river trips.  
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          Many Rafting trips,Appropriate tariffs, rates, facilities,Rivers,Karnali, Sunkoshi, Trisuli,White Water, etc Raft
  We offer following Interesting Rafting Trips:

  • Trishuli River Rafting  
  • Bhotekoshi River Rafting
  • Seti River Rafting
  • Kaligandaki  River Rafting
  • Marshyangadi Rafting
  • The Karnali River Rafting
  • SunKoshi River Rafting
  • Rafting Bramaputra in Tibet

  • Rafting Trips Chart with Duration and cost
  • Cost and Rules 
  • River Grading System
  • Rafting Trips Chart with Duration  and Cost:    Download Rafting Package

    Rafting From To Volume(cms) River distance (km) Trip duration (days) Season Grade
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    Cost ($)
    Trishuli River Rafting Charaudi KTM/PKR 300 38 1/2 whole year, Jun-Aug 3,4 18
    Bhotekoshi River Rafting Baseri Barabise Dam 40 20 2 Oct-Dec, Feb-May 3,4,5 35
    Seti River Rafting Damauli Gaighat 40 35 2 Year round, Jun-Aug 3,4 28
    Kaligandaki  River Rafting Nayapul Mirmi 120 70 5 Sep-Nov, Feb-May 3,4+,4 33
    Marshyangadi Rafting Beshisahar Bimalnager 80 47 4 Oct-Dec, Feb-April 4,4+,5 45
    The Karnali River Rafting Kareleghat Chisapani 300 180 10 Sep-Nov, Feb-May 3,4,5 35
    SunKoshi River Rafting Dolalghat Chatara 400 270 9 Sep-Nov, June 3,3+,4+,5 30
    Rafting Bramaputra in Tibet                
                     
                     
                     

    Trishuli River Rafting (The Three Sisters Rafting ):
    Trisuli: This river is very popular for short trips, as access to the Prithivi Highway makes "breaking off" the journey easy. The Trisuli is also an ideal beginner's river. It is Nepal's most explored rafting river which is easily accessible from Kathmandu (KTM). It is famous for the scenery it provides and it's small but strong waves. The trips ends near Chitwan, so it is the most exciting means of reaching the Chitwan Natioanl Park. The Milkyway- Seti River Rafting, Greatest place to Raft on....
    The Three Sisters - Trisuli 1 to 3 days: Trisuli - literally a trident - is very popular with rafters and kayakers alike. The course running alongside the Kathmandu-Pokhara /Chitwan highway, passes through impressive gorges and exciting rapids. Good for beginners and senior citizens. Due to its accessibility, the rafting program in Trisuli can be enjoyed for one to three days.

    Put-In: Charaudi, 3hrs drive from KTM
    River distance: 38 km
    Trip duration: 1 or 2 days
    Day 1: 3 hours drive from Kathmandu or Pokhara to starting point. 3 hours rafting and then camp for the night
    Day 2: 3 hours rafting and the processed to Chitwan or return.
    Season & Grade: Year round (3), June-Aug (4)
    Cost: US$ 18 per person per day 

    Bhotekoshi River Rafting: [Contact...] [Details...]
    The River 'Bhotekoshi' flows from Tibet crossing the great Himalayas of North-Eastern Nepal and lastly confines with th Indrawati river at Dolalghat. Below Dolalghat it is known as Bhotekoshi river. Having Challenging, continuos and trickly rapids, it is one of the best rafting of the world.

    Put-In: Baseri,5 hrs drive from KTM
    Take Out: Barabise dam
    River distance: 20kms approximately
    Trip duration: 2 days
    Day 1: 5 hrs drive to starting piont by minibus, short rafting and camp
    Day 2: 3 & half hrs rafting and 3 hrs drive back to KTM
    Season & Grade: Oct-Dec (3-5), Feb-May(304)
    Cost: US$ 35 per day per person

    Seti River Rafting   [Contact...] [Details...] [] [] [] []

     The Milky Way - The Seti - 3 days: White warm water meanders through limestone gorges giving Seti (white) her name. This is a short trip away from the hustle and bustle of the highway. The Seti river has friendly rapids, which are ideal for first timers, families and bird-watchers. Put in is at Damauli, which is 150 km from Kathmandu and 45 km from Pokhara. Rafting in  Nepal-

    The trip starts with a drive to Damauli either form Katmandu or Pokhara. Lunch will be served shortly after arrival. Following lunch the rafting begins. Camp is at a clearing near the forest. There will be ample opportunity to interact with the locals, as we will take you on a hike to the villages and schools. The next camp is at Sarangkot, followed by the final day on the river we raft to Ghaighat, the put out point. From here you have the option of driving back to Kathmandu or extending your trip to the Royal Chitwan National Park.

    Put-In: Damauli (345m) 3 hrs drive from Pokhara or 5 hrs drive from Kathmandu
    Take Out: Gaighat
    River distance: 35 km
    Trip duration: 2 days (Pokhara/Kathmandu or Chitwan national park)
    Day 1: 2 & half hrs drive to Damauli, 2 hrs rafting & camp
    Day 2: 3 hrs rafting to reach Gaighat, after lunch 3 hrs drive to Kathmandu or Pokhara or short drive to Chitwan national park
    Season & Grade: Year round (3), June-Aug(4)
    Cost: US$ 28 per day per person

    Kaligandaki River Rafting[Contact...][Details...][][][][]

    The river rises in Mustang and flows down through the worlds deepest gorge. It offers spectacular view,and it is regarded as a holy river by the Hindus.

    Put-In: Nayapul 3 hrs. drive from Pokhara
    Take Out: Mirmi, Kaligandaki dam
    River distance: 70kms
    Trip duration: 5 days from Kathmandu, 3 days from Pokhara
    Day 1: 8 hrs drive to Pokhara by tourist coach
    Day 2: 3 hrs drive to reach starting point, 2 hrs rafting & camp
    Day 3: Rafting and Exploration of Kaligandaki
    Day 4: 2 hrs rafting to reach ending point, after lunch 3 hrs drive to Pokhara
    Day 5: Drive back to Kathmandu or plan optional tour
    Season & Grade: Sep-Nov(3/4+),Feb-May(3/4)
    Cost: US$ 33 per day per person

    Marshyangdi River Rafting[Contact...][][][][]

    Marshyangadi mean ragging river. It rises from ice lake Tilichio far northern piont of Annapurna range and flows down following the popular trekking trail round  Annapurna. It has much continuous and challenging rapids and panaromic view of mountains on black and green hills beyond. 

    Put-In: Besisahar (850m) a day's drive from Kathmandu or Pokhara
    Take Out: Bimalnagar (370m) drive to Kathmandu or Pokhara
    River distance: 47kms
    Trip duration: 4 days from Kathmandu, 4 days from Pokhara
    Day 1: Orientation talk and bus drive (8-9 hrs) to Bishisahar,night in tea house
    Day 2 &3: Rafting and exploration of Marshyanadi
    Day 4: Short rafting to Bimalnagar and drive back (4-5 hrs) to Kathmandu or Pokhara
    Season & Grade: Oct-Dec(4/5),Feb-April(4+)
    Cost: US$ 45 per day per person

    Karnali River Rafting[Contact...][][][][]

    One of the best rivers of the world for rafting-->Karnali. It flows in the untouched remote western Himalayan foothill. It is the longest and largest river of Nepal and it offers steep and challenging with water.  Karnali is one if the largest river system in
    Nepal. Karnali and its tributaries drain the vast region of Dhaulagiri to Api Saipal (in western Nepal). Trekking in  Nepal-
    Rafting trip of the lower Karnali River is exceptional after a long drive or a flight to Surkhet. It is a three-day trek to the put in point at Sauli. The alternative is fly or drive to Nepalgunj, followed by another 6 hours of driving. You will encounter nine days of running exiting rapids (rated 3 to 4 on the Colorado scale) at almost every bend. You will be traveling to a very remote part of the kingdom and most of the scenery is wild and in a primitive state. The ending point is usually at Chisapani (literally meaning cold water) at the National Highway. The Japanese government built a very modern suspension bridge here.
    The camping beaches are fine and there is plenty of wildlife to be seen as you descend the river. Many expert rafters have found this river the most exciting of all. The first half starts with a relatively easy run, until you enter the main canyon, which is most exciting as a series of rapids greet and enthrall you. There are ample of opportunities to view wildlife on the Karnali trip. The canyons are beautiful; the beaches spacious and there are spectacular rock formations and landscapes. Bring your fishing rod along as this is going to be a great fishing cum rafting trip. Rafting the Karnali can be combined with a short and delightful safari in Royal Bardia National Park. Two night three day trip inside the Park will give you an adventure of a life time and ample opportunity to view wildlife.

    Put-In: Kareleghat. 3hrs drive and 1 hour trek from Surkhet
    River distance: 180km
    Trip duration: 10 days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu
    Day 1 & 2: Travel by night bus to Surkhet. After breakfast 3hrs drive to starting point and then camp
    Day 3-8: Rafting and exploring of Karnali. One day rest during the trip
    Day 9: Short rafting to reach Chsapani, the ending point. Same day take night bus to Kathmandu
    Day 10: Arrival in Kathmandu around midday
    Season & Grade: Sep-Nov(3/5),Feb-May(3/4)
    Cost: US$ 35 per day per person

    SunKoshi Expedition  [Contact...] [Details...] [] [] [] []

    Sun Koshi - correctly pronounced as "SOON KO SHE", is one of the tributaries of Sapta Koshi, which drains from the eastern Himalaya region. Sapta Koshi (The Seven Koshi's) is the largest river system in Nepal, extending well into Tibet. Once in the river all communication with the rest of the world is lost, giving a real wilderness experience. The stretch is 272 Kilometers (170 miles). During the first two days of the expedition clients have ample opportunity to brush up on their paddling techniques. World-class rapids are encountered on the third day. The rapids are rated three to five on Colorado River scale. Apart from some gentle floats, you will encounter the Meat Grinder, Punch, High Anxiety, Motorcycles and a series of Harkapur I, II & III. An other series of rapids, all encountered within three hours are No Guiche, Dummy To The Wall, Roller Coaster, The Wall, Horror Dally, El Warto and Rhaksi Roller. A few exciting rapids await before put out point is Afternoon Delight, The Black Hole, Whipyshit and finally The Mad Water. The river then gently spreads wide open into the low lands of Terai breaking up in an inland delta. Put out point at Chatra is 115 meters above sea level.

    The trip can be further extended to Koshi Tappu Wildlife Reserve for animal enthusiasts. This place is a sanctuary for migrating birds, which fly all the way from the North Pole. Among the famous are the Siberian Crane. (All along the river the common sights are river chats, dippers, flycatchers, sibias, wall creepers, bulbuls, forktales, ibisi bills, cormorants are among the 400 species of birds to name a few and 250 types of orchid).

    Put-In: Dolalghat, 2hrs drive from Kathmandu
    Take-Out: Chatra
    River distance: 270km
    Trip duration: 9 days from Kathmandu to Kathmandu
    Day 1 : 3 hrs drive to Dolalghat starting point, short rafting and camp
    Day 2-7: Rafting and exploring in Sunkoshi
    Day 8: Short rafting to reach take out point, after lunch take night bus to Kathmandu
    Day 9: Arrival in Kathmandu around 10.00 a.m.
    Season & Grade: Sep-Nov(3+/5),Feb-May(3/4+)
    Cost: US$ 30 per day per person

    Rafting Bramaputra in Tibet[Contact...][Details...][][][] []

     Rafting the Bramaputra River locally known as Yarlung Tsampo has now become possible. Trekking in  Nepal-The best time to do this trips is in the summer from May through September. We start with a drive early morning to the border town of Zhangmu. We will be on the road visiting Xeger, which offers distant views of Mt. Everest from the Tibetan side. From here we continue to the put in point. A support vehicle and a truck carrying your luggage and provisions will be there from time to time along the way. A short tours of historically and culturally important places along the way is conducted until you reach the put out point. 2 night is spent in Lhasa before flying out to Kathmandu.

    River Grading System of T-Nepal [Details...][][][] []

     1/2:    Easy, gentle,flat water, little current
     3/3+:  Moderate, narow channels, waves, swift currents
     4/5:    Adventurous, steep drops, powerful water
     6:       Not runnable

    Cost: Depends upon per day per person for any  rafting trips, explained above.
    All the above cost includes:

    Transportation to starting point and from ending point to Chitwan, Pokhara & Kathmandy
    Fresh dishes include Nepali & continental, with fresh seasonal fruits.
    All river running gears
    Camping and cooking equipment
    Local taxes charged by Village Development Committee (VDC) or District Development Committee (DDC)
       
       

     


     

     
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