Rafting in Nepal
One of the popular adventure activity rafting in Nepal includes Trishuli and Bhotekoshi rivers most popular destination. Kaligandaki, Marshyangdi and Sunkoshi are also rafting destinations. During dry seasons (from October-mid December-March to early May) tourists can go rafting if they are in group and for single there is alternative of kayaking and canoeing. In fact it challenges the minds and body. Moreover rafting is an opportunity for all adventure seekers who are physically fit. Additionally situated at the lap of the Himalayas, Nepal is blessed with amazing diversity of rivers. Furthermore we only dispatch guides who are experienced on your target rafting destination.
Bhote Koshi River Rafting
Bhote Koshi River Rafting is one of the famous rafting river of Nepal .The Bhote Koshi is the upper river course of the Sun Kosi. The route descends through the great Himalayas and through the deepest gorge. The river flows out of the Lumi Chimi lake. The Bhote Kosi is used for both rafting and kayaking. It is the steepest river rafted in Nepal, with a gradient of 15 m per km.
Trisuli River Rafting
Trisuli River Rafting is one of the famous rafting river of Nepal. It is one of the major tributaries of the Narayani River basin in central Nepal. Originating from Goshai Kunda Lake, a trip to the Trisuli River offer scenic valleys, terraced rice fields, and impressive gorges with exciting but not overly challenging white water rapids. Trishuli is Nepal’s most popular rafting river with impressive gorges, exciting rapids, some easier sections and easy accessibility from Kathmandu and Pokhara. If you are short in time or simply interested in a bit of river fun and a trip which provides convenience of getting you out of Kathmandu and on to your next travel destination.