rafting in nepal

Rafting in Nepal

White water rafting is the second popular program in Nepal. River journey is not only for encountering with challenge of the torrential rapids of the mountain rivers but also to explore a typical cross section of the country’s natural as well as ethno-cultural heritage. The northern part of Nepal is confined by the ever-snowing mountains-Mt. Everest, Annapuran, Daulagiri, Manaslu and numerous peaks.


The melting snows of these mountains enrich Nepal the second richest country in water resources and equally make the best country for white water rafting and kayaking. Any raft enthusiast who has already explored the major rivers of the world says the rivers of Nepal provide a combination of thrill, challenge and cultural experience not found on anywhere else in the world.



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.


River Rafting in Nepal Packages:


Tamur River Rafting

Tamur is newly opened river flows in the far east and confuluence with Saptakoshi. A four days of trekking from the nearest road access to the put in point through the remote villas, forest and open land with spectacular views of the mountains. Kanchanjunga, Makalu and Everest is another exhilarating program as combined with white [...]

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Karnali River Rafting

Karnali is also known as the longest and largest river in Nepal, emerges at Mt. Kailash, Holy Mountain and flows through the scenic flora and fauna. It features an easy one-day trekking from the nearest road access to the put in point. Along the river journey to encounter with the challenge of 4-5 class rapids [...]

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Sun Koshi River Rafting

SunKoshi is one of the ten most benevolent white water rafting rivers in the world, originates near Mt. Shishapangma and flows 270km. Down the eastwards through the great Mahabharat Lekh range. The further we raft down the river becomes bigger after the confluence with its numerous tributaries encompassing Dudh Koshi from the Mt. Everest, Arun, [...]

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Marsyangdi River Rafting

Marshyangdi tumbles down through the Annapurna round, the most popular trekking trail in Nepal. Featuring on day of easy trekking and five days of impressive nonstop. (Grade 4-5 rapids) rafting and unparalleled mountain view, this jewel of river is rated as a favorite by the rafters who have been privileged to paddle in.

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Seti River Rafting

Seti river is well known for the best two days white water rafting river in summer season flows in an isolated and scenic area with numerous challenging rapids. From Damauli, the put in point, it covers 32km. Of rafting to the confluence with Trisuli river. It deserves both experience and learner rafter. The tranquility of [...]

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Kali Gandaki River Rafting

River trip in Nepal is a wonderful way to explore and experience Nepal’s natural and ethnology and cultural heritage. Rivers here are regarded as goddesses, and are included in a number of Hindu and Buddhist religious rituals. Many can be witnessed during a raft adventure. Slopes adjoining the rivers often harbor dense vegetation and interesting [...]

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Bhotekoshi River Rafting

The Bhote Koshi means Tibetan River and actually this River originates in the plateau of Tibet. Tibet. Kathmandu-Lhasa highway follows the bank of Bhote Koshi River. You can run a day trip or do a two-day expedition and run parts of the river twice. It’s a great beginner river for rafters and fun for kayakers [...]

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Trisuli River Rafting

The name of this river is after a legend that says, high in the Himalaya at Gosainkund the god Shiva drove his trident into the ground to create three springs –the source of the river and hence its name Trishuli.

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