River Rafting in Nepal

Nepal is known for its adventure activities specially River Rafting. River rafting adventure sports in Nepal is no doubt the second most sought outdoor thriller after trekking in Nepal. The quest and hunt of entertaining rivers for rafting in Nepal are numerous and it varies to certain lengths in duration. Nepal actually provides plethora of opportunities for the adventure freaks to experience crashing waves and swirling rapids. While doing River Rafting one can appreciate the natural beauty, culture, heritage and the flora and fauna of Nepal. White water rafting in Nepal is often by River Runner’s Paradise. Indeed nowhere else, one can get such a choice from easy to heart throbbing and a single day to multi-days whitewater Rafting trips. Lifeguards are always along on high water expeditions. The River Rafting mostly in-Trishuli, Seti, Bhote Khosi, Kali Gandaki, Marshyangdi, Sun Koshi, Arun, Karnali, Tamur river.One not only experiences the thrill of rowing on these challenging water bodies but also River Rafting is one the best medium to explore the natural beauty, culture and heritage of Nepal. There is plenty of white water to keep the adrenaline high, with more tranquil stretches in between allowing time to reflect on the abundance of natural beauty.

A very family featuring type of river rafting trips is most enjoyable in the Seti River with its tributaries flowing all the way from the Annapurna Himalayan range. Besides River rafting, Seti river is most known for learning to Kayak and has enthralled beginners from various countries. Though Just a two day trip but enough to cling into your memory of a life time.

Bhote Koshi is another beautiful mountain river. From Kathmandu, it takes only few hours to reach the usual put-in place at Bahrabise. We can arrange a day’s rafting at any degree of difficulty. Camp overnight on the river bank, and reach Dolalghat the next day to catch your vehicle back to Kathmandu. This is an ideal selection for those short of time.

Sun Koshi (River of Gold) has been classed as one of the ten best rafting rivers in the world. Big rapids, warm water, no roads or towns. Extraordinary scenery and great camping makes this a classic rafting journey. The most common start point on the Sunkosi is Dolalghat, a three hour drive east from Kathmandu. The Sun Kosi traverses the Mahabharat range and follows one of the main geological fault lines of the Himalayas. This is also an excellent trip for intermediate and advanced kayakers.

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