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Rafting in Nepal

The rivers of Nepal take the traveler to the very heart of a magical land and is one of the most exciting ways of exploring Nepal's ancient cultures and unspoiled landscapes. Rising from the glaciers of the highest mountain range on earth and from the mysterious high plateau of Tibet the rivers plunge through narrow gorges and traverse their rugged foothills. Along its course the rivers passes through many life-zones traveling throughalpine meadows, sub-tropical forests and the lush tropical jungles of lowland Nepal. Many of Nepal's rivers present some of the most exciting and challenging trips for rafters and kayakers alike. There are many different kinds of rafting trips, and it is important to select a river that suits your interests and ability.Rafters and kayakers are required to have rafting permits, which are obtained from the Ministry of Trourism. If you go on an organized rafting trip the necessary permits will be arranged for you. All specialised equipment is normally supplied. Usually you will only need light cotton clothing, with a slighly warmer change for nights. A swin-suit, sun hat, sun-screen, and light tennis shoes or sandals that will stay on your feet are all necessary, but can also be bought in Kathmandu.

Trishuli River Rafting

White water rafting is one of the exciting adventures available in Nepal. For one to three days rafting we drive from Kathmandu approximately three hours to the rafting starting point. The rafting starting point will vary according to the level of the river and the number of days you wish to raft; it may be Charaudi or Fishling. Drive to Charaudi is approximately 3 hours (82km) and to fishling three and a half hours (98km). At the river, our crew will be waiting in readiness with all the rafting gear. After a brief comprehensive safety talk by the lead river guide with some final tips on how to ride the raft and paddle, you will set off for some exciting white water rafting. The rafting trip in Trisuli river is easily accessible by road from Kathmandu or Pokhara.
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Kaligandhagi River Rafting

Kali Gandaki is named after the Goddess Kali rises in Mustang, an enclave of Nepal on the northern side of the Himalayas, tumbles down creating the deepest river gorge of Asia. Magnificent views of the mountains, villa inhabitances, ethno-culture, forest, vegetations and wild life. The departure point is Pokhara and the rafting starts from Balung Pool.


Day 1:Kathmandu-Pokhara
Day 2: Pokhara -Baglung Nayapul(3 hours driving from Pokhara).
Day 3: Baglung Nayapul-Moti Beni beach.
Day 4: Moti Beni beach-Seti Beni beach.
Day 5: Seti Beni beach-Mirmighat(off point and for lunch)- Drive to Pokhara.
Day 6: Rest day at Pokhara
Day 7: Pokhara-Kathmandu

Bhote Koshi River Rafting

Bhotekoshi offers the best two days whitewater rafting in Nepal.The commencing point itself is the Tibet border. If one has short holiday but still wants high level of white water expedition, Bhotekoshi is the only river to exhilarate the clients.

Day 1: Kathmandu- Khandichaur and paddles start forward
Day 2: Today, we have to explore down in dread encountering with challenge of V class rapids and numerous IV class rapids. Harder paddling and faster with tremedous energy because "Wall" and "Cave" are hissing towards. The paddling stops at Lamasangu Dam and drive back to Kathmandu.

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