River Rafting in Nepal

“thrill and frills with scenic floats with enjoyable rapids and bouncy waves”

Rafting Himalayan Rivers of Nepal, offers one of the most exciting thrills and relaxation in the adventure world of water sports.

Nepal has numerous fine rivers for rafting, kayaking or canoeing. The most prominent white water rafting regions are the eastern, the mid and the western rivers, of all these regions the mid river Trisuli and the Sunkosi are the main popular rafting rivers, these rivers can be soothing, relaxing or it can offer hair-raising roller coaster rides.

The other thrills in rafting, is camping on the clear sandy beaches or staying in River-Side Resorts with time to explore and visit the rural villages. Whatever your duration or level of excitement you need we have it all here in the rivers of Nepal.

Our Rafting Trips leads you to delightful and enjoyable floats with overnights at Riverside Resorts of Camping on 2 days or more rafting trips.

Nepal Holiday Organizer offers scenic and adventure Rafting on Trisuli, Bhote Kosi and Seti Rivers for your interest and memorable holiday with us.

01:       Trisuli River Rafting:
From a day to 2 days or more rafting

Trisuli River (2-3 hrs drive from Kathmandu or from Pokhara to rafting ‘put in point’
Rapid Grade:               From I to IV (in high flow season)
Rafting Duration:        1 day approx: 16 to 18 km to 2 days or more.
Put In Point:                 Chauradhi or Fishling about 3hrs drive from Kathmandu or Pokhara.
Take Out Point:           Kuringhat or at Mugling day rafting (depending upon time of
the season and its water volume) for 2 days or more at Simaltar-Gaighat
to near Chitwan after joining Narayani Rivers.

Trisuli River, Nepal’s most popular rafting river for many reasons big, bouncy waves, hefty holes and tricky chutes all make for an exhilarating ride.

Our rafting adventure floats through numerous rapids from Grade I, II to IV depending upon water level season.

Our Rafting for a day 02 days or more leads to thrills, excitement plus a scenic view of the landscape, flora and fauna. Trisuli has friendly rapids and is an ideal trip for the beginners, family and birdwatchers.

Rafting Trisuli River is an ultimate way of reaching the jungle with a surge of adrenaline and a scenic float.

02:       Seti River Rafting (The Milky Way)
Rapid Grade:               From I to III (in high flow season)
Rafting Duration:        01 -02 days (approx: 12 to 14 km in a day) or more.
Put In Point:                 On route Damauli near Pokhara with few hours drives.
Take Out Point:           Near Mugling or on route Chitwan National Park, depending upon the
season and water volume.

Seti River, white warm water meanders through limestone gorges giving Seti (white) her name is a trip of short duration away from the hustle, bustle off the main highway traffic. Seti River has friendly rapids and is ideal trip for the beginners’ family and birdwatchers.

03:       Bhote Kosi River (2-3 hrs drive from Kathmandu to rafting ‘put in point’
Rapid Grade:               From I to V (in high flow season)
Rafting Duration:        1 day approx: 16 to 18 km to 2 days or more.
Put In Point:                 Balafi or near Borderland Resort about 3hrs drive from Kathmandu.
Take Out Point:           Sukete or at Dolalghat on day or 2 days rafting (depending upon time of
the season and its water volume)

1 day to 2 days.(For people with limited time or for those who are really keen for a dose of an adrenaline overload.) Bhote Koshi is also known as upper Sun-Kosi, the torrent white water river of Bhote Koshi flows from the mighty Himalayan range of Tibet and Nepal, the source of this fast running river starts from countless tributaries of the glacial lakes and ponds of Dudh-kund and Shishapangma Himalaya range at a stone throw distance from the put in point of our Rafting.

Traveller Reviews

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Mich Pung
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