Trisuli River Rafting
The Trisuli is Nepal’s most popular rafting river, impressive gorges, exciting rapids, some easier sections, and easily accessible from Kathmandu and Pokhara. The Trisuli white water trip exciting, fun and safe for all age groups. Our 2-day trips will overnight at Trisuli River Retreat our private camp with comfortable safari-tented accommodation set in private grounds with river views surrounded by forests. Recommended for intermediate Kayakers. The Trusili raft trip can be easily combined with a trek out of Pokhara and/or a visit to Royal Chitwan National Park.
Trisuli River Rafting Itinerary
Day 01 Drive from Kathmandu to Maleykhu, raft to Majimtar Camp.
Day 02 Raft from Majimtar Camp to Mugling and drive back to Kathmandu or Pokhara.
Marsyangdi River Rafting
The “raging river”, drains the northern slopes of the Annapurna mountains. Opened to rafting in 1996 it yields some of the most exciting class iv-v white water in Nepal. This river demands 100% commitment from both crew and guide. It is not for the faint hearted !
Located on the eastern side of the Annapurna circuit, the Marsyangdi River has long been famous for the beautiful views and world class white water. With each twist and turn the steep sided gorge walls frame a new mountain backdrop.
Marsyangdi River Rafting Itinerary
DAY 01: Drive to Bhote Odhar. Raft 3/4hrs
DAY 02: Drive 2 hours to Khudi -trek to the Put in Point Nagdi. Overnight at camp. Magnificent views of the Himalayas en-route camp.
DAY 03: Raft – Nagdi -Khudi.
DAY 04: Raft Khudi – Phalayak Sanghu spectacular canyons
Karnali River Rafting
The Karnali is the longest river of Nepal and It is cover the low land trek with some of the most beautiful nature scenery of western part of Nepal. It is very remotely area and drive from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj and it takes about 12 hours and it takes about five hours drive to the trek starting point. The trek lasts for two day from Surkhet through the forest. The Rafting section takes about 7 days, which gives you plenty of time exploring the river, canyons, waterfall and aquatic lives. You will be able to see river crocodile, gharial and maybe the rare gangetic river dolphins.
Karnali River Rafting Itinerary
Day 01 Kathmandu – Bhutwal
Day 02 Bhutwal – Surkhet
Day 03 Surkhet – Dhanigad
Day 04 Dhanigad – Kareleghat
Day 05 Kareleghat – Middle Camp
Day 06 Middle Camp – Beach Camp
Day 07 Beach Camp – Seti River
Day 08 Seti Beach – Bijura Village
Day 09 Bajura Village – Kathmandu
Bheri River Rafting
A remote and easy river, blue water, white beaches and fine campsites. This must be one over your premier rafting trips in Nepal. Is has some of the best fishing in Nepal, together with beautiful and diverse scenery, lots of wildlife and unspoiled villages. Two large tributaries, the Thuli (large) and the Sani (small) join at Ramnagat to form the main Bheri river.
Bheri River Rafting Itinerary
Day 01 Drive from Kathmandu to Samjhighat.
Day 02 Arrival at Samjhighat Camp and overnight.
Day 03 Raft from Samjhighat to Rani Ghat and camp at the beach.
Day 04 Raft from Rani Ghat to Jamu and camp at the beach.
Day 05 Raft from Jamu to Chisapani and drive back to Kathmandu by night bus.
Day 06 Arrival at Kathmandu.
Seti River Rafting
River Rafting, Bhote Koshi, Trishuli, Marsyang, Karnali, Seti, Bheri, Kali GandakiA unique river passing through two beautiful and contrasting scenic areas. Relatively small volume, blue water and also warm water. We recommence this as a ‘warm up’ river for intermediate kayakers. Trip start from Damauli . As easy access for raft or kayak clinic trip.
Seti River Rafting Itinerary
Day 01 Drive to put in point Damauli. Raft to Chepang Ghat and overnight camp.
Day 02 Raft from Chepang Ghat to near Labdi and camp.
Day 03 Raft from Labdi to Jugedi take out point and drive to your onward destination.
Bhotekoshi River Rafting
The Bhote Kosi / Upper Sun Kosi (during high water) is without a doubt the most action packed white water run in Nepal. The river drops off steeply providing continuous stretches of powerful class III-IV white water. Boulder gardens, small waterfalls, steep chutes and 90-degree bends present a multitude of hazards to be negotiated. The Bhote Kosi it is a technical river requiring an active crew. This run is not for the faint hearted.
At the end of an action packed day, you can relax and watch the sun set from the thatched bar of the Sukute Beach Resort or, the porch of your spacious, safari style tent. This is the place to mellow out! We guarantee that no one will try to sell you anything! Stay as long as you want, sunbathe on our sandy beach, read a book in peace, sit and chat around a fire, play backgammon in the bar, or enjoy the stars and sounds of the river.
Bhotekoshi River Rafting Itinerary
Day 01: Drive Sukute Beach Resort (69km). Lunch. Drive to put- in (22km). Load rafts – safety briefing depart.
The first day provides about three and half hour of pure heart pumping adrenaline. After a long series of class 3 rapids we drop into the first class 4 rapid, ” Gerbil in the Plumbing”. From here there is a stretch of class 3 whitewater and then we come to the crux of the day, which is a long, technical rapid, “Frog in a Blender”. A long series of class 3+/4 rapids lead us into one of the guide’s favourites, “Carnal Knowledge of a Deviant Nature”. The remaining ten kilometers of river is a non-stop series of technical class 3 and 4 drops. The river flows through a beautiful narrow canyon with lush green vegetation and waterfalls coming in from the steep stone walls. At the bottom of this stretch is the village of Barabise, our take out.
Day 02: Breakfast, pack gear and drive up stream for another action packed day.
Lunch on the river before continuing to the previous days take out. From here the action increases as we head down towards the steep and technical rapids of the, “The Great Wall”. From here rapid follows rapid; “Liquid Bliss”, “Fake Right Go Left” and “My God, What To Do?” culminate with, “Dazed And Confused”. Without a doubt this is some of the finest whitewater rafting to be had anywhere. Once gear is loaded it’s a short drive to Sukute Resort, time for a cold beer before returning to KTM.