Marshangadi River Rafting: Waves of Excitement

Marsyangdi means ‘raging river’ and Marsyangdi River Rafting is believed to be one of the best destinations in the world for rafting which is located in the Annapurna Range in Nepal. The Marsyangdi River ascends on the northern slopes of the Annapurna Himal, flows east through the valley around Manang, and then sways south to merge with the Trisuli River at Mugling. Marsyangdi River rafting lets you experience different landscapes and the distance it covers is fairly accurate 65 km.


The rafters have to drive up to Beshishahar and then take a 4 or 5-hour trek further up to Nagdi to reach there. From Nagdi downstream to the end of the trip at Bimalnagar, it is solid white water. Also, it offers some awe-inspiring landscapes as it makes its way ahead of Manaslu and Annapurna through forests and traditional villages.

Rapids are continuous and very challenging and very committing. Marsyangdi River rafting tour will not just let you experience thrilling white water rafting but also gives a chance to observe the magnificent scenery, fresh vistas of some of the world’s highest peaks, and witness culture and vegetation. Marsyangdi white water Rafting trip is the challenging one undoubtedly and is meant only for those who dare to experience exciting activity.


Day 01: You will be driven to Khudi. It takes 8 hours to reach Khudi Village, which is also a starting point for Annapurna Circuit Trek. You will camp on the bank of the river.

Day 02: After early breakfast start hiking for 2 hours. Arrive at Nagdi. It takes about 3 hours to raft back to the Khudi.

Day 03: It takes about 3 hours to the newly built dam at Phalesanghu. Here you pull out and load everything in the bus and then go down to Bhote Odhar and raft down to Paundi and camp there. From the campsite, you can feast on the whole Annapurna Range with your eyes.

Day 04: The concluding day breaks in with an early breakfast and then you set off for 3 hours of ultimate rafting experience. Come back with the feeling of being adventurously rewarded.

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