• Rafting in Nepal

Whitewater river rafting is a journey on the torrential river on an inflatable rubber boat. You are provided with a life-vest and one helmet to put on all time while you are on the river. A river rafting is often an adventure trip which can be enjoyed even by an amateur. Nepal has some of the best white water river rafting in the world. The adjoining slopes of the river have often dense vegetation and diverse wildlife. The high mountain peaks on background are the added excitements in the rafting. In recent years the mountain scenery, white sand beaches, and hospitable people along the river made the river rafting in Nepal very popular. The River, number of days required, grade, the season, etc., are listed below. You can click the river of your choice for detail information.

River Remark
Trishuli, 1 to 2 days, Grade 2 to 3+ Every day
Sheti Gandaki, 2 days, Grade 3 Every day
Bhotekoshi (Balephi), 1 day, Grade 4 to 5+ No rafting in Monsoon, ask for date
Bhotekoshi, 2 days, Grade 4 to 5+ No rafting in Monsoon, ask for date
Sunkoshi, 7 to 8 days, Grade 4 to 5+ No rafting in Monsoon, ask for date
Tamor, 10 to 12 days, Grade 4+ to 5+ No rafting in Monsoon, ask for date
Karnali, 9 days, Grade 4 to 5+ No rafting in Monsoon, ask for date

 

What you should bring?

The fewer luggage you carry, the more you will enjoy yourself. Synthetic fibers are preferable to cotton on the river, as they are light, quick drying and provide insulation even when wet. River wear: Secured-fitting river sandals or running shoes (essential in the event of fall off raft), Shirts, or a swimsuit, baseball cap, sunglasses, sun tan lotion etc.
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