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Rafting is inarguably the best way of exploring Arcadian Nepal. The waters offer something to everybody: from grade 5-5+ rivers with many raging white water rapids for the brave and the adventurous, to grade 2-3 rivers with a few rapids for the laid-back type. The beautiful thing is that just about anybody, whether old or very young, can raft. Moreover, it can either be a two-week trip or a 2-3 day trip-you decide.
Paddle rafting is strongly recommended. It involves teamwork with the river runner barking instructions from his perch on the aft. You can either do participatory rafting, where you and your group are provided with a runner and barebones staff support, or a "luxury safari style" trip where a full team of staff is provided to address your group's every need and want. Mind you, rafting is not the only way to travel downstream. A few companies offer inflatable kayaks, or fiberglass kayaks for hire.
An extreme sport popular in Europe, Canoeing is now available in Nepal. Canoeing gives you the freedom to explore some of the most ruggedly beautiful, yet forbidden places in the world.
October through mid-December and March through early May are the best times. It is possible in winter, but you have to watch out for hypothermia. During monsoon (June through September), the white water sections are dangerous, but gentler stretches are runnable.
So far the government has opened sections of 10 rivers for commercial rafting.
Nepal's longest, it flows through steep, jagged canyons where the rapids are tightly-packed, offering continuous challenging water at all flows. Either a bus ride to far-western Nepal or a flight to Nepalgunj can take you there. The river section takes about 7 days to navigate, even as you explore canyons and waterfalls. For those craving an adrenaline rush, this river is a must.
This is the longest river trip (270km) offered in Nepal. You begin at Dolalghat just three hours out of Katmandu and end in Chatara, down the Gangetic Plain of north India, 9 or 10 days later. The Sun Kosi starts off with relatively mild rapids the first couple of days. The surprises sneak up on you during the last days. It is considered one of the world's top 10 classic river journeys.
The cheapest river trip available in Nepal, where you pay $… or so per day. Although relatively unsafe during monsoon, it is fun otherwise. A Trisuli river trip can be combined with trips to Chitwan or Pokhara. It is undoubtedly the most popular of Nepal's raft able rivers.
We organize every day rafting in Trishuli River. According to you time and interest we can organize this rafting from one day to 3 days program.
1 Day Rafting in Trishuli River Nepal
After early breakfast at hotel in Kathmandu, you will be driven 3-4 hrs to the raft put-in point at Fishling. Prior to rafting, river guide provides a thorough briefing about the safety measures and guidelines. Thereafter, begins rafting journey for about 4 hrs down to Mugling with a short lunch break. Once you are done with rafting, you can either return to Kathmandu, Royal Chitwan National park or Pokhara.
Rafting in Trishuli River Nepal
After early breakfast at hotel in Kathmandu, you will be driven 3-4 hrs to the raft put-in point at Malekhu. Abiding the guidelines provided by a river guide, you will raft down to Majimtar for about 4 hrs with a short lunch break. Finally, you conclude the trip by setting a camp on the river bank.
Day 02 Rafting in Trishuli River Nepal
You continue drifting along the rapids of Trishuli River to Mugling. After finishing rafting, you have a choice to return to Kathmandu, Royal Chitwan National park or Pokhara.
Day 01: Rafting in Trishuli River Nepal
Soon after intaking delicious breakfast at the hotel in Kathmandu, you will be driven for 3-4 hrs to the raft put-in point at Charaundi. Under the guidance of a river guide, you venture into a river trip up to Kurintar for about 4 hrs with a short lunch break. Eventually, you camp near the river bank at a superb location.
Day 02: Rafting in Trishuli River Nepal
On this day, you resume your rafting trip along Trishuli River till you arrive at Simalar. After reaching Simaltar, you conclude your river trip and make camping arrangement for overnight stay.
Day 03: Rafting in Trishuli River Nepal
Guided by the call of the nature you continue your river trip. After having rafted for about 3-4 hrs, you reach the climax of the trip. At this point, you have a choice to either return to Kathmandu, Royal Chitwan National park or Pokhara.
Sacred Hindu river, here the rapids are technically challenging, winding through canyons and gorges. Starting at Baglung, you could raft down to Ramdighat in five-six days. You may then continue on to the confluence with the Trisuli at Devghat, adding another 130 km and 3-4 days.
Bhote Kosi (grade 4-5)
A couple of hours out of Kathmandu, it is 26 km of continuous white water. Can be done in 2 days. It is the steepest river rafted in Nepal, requiring Zen-like concentration from the river-runner, and offering an adrenaline rush even in low-water months. Starting above Barabise, you raft down to the dam at Lamosangu.
Upper Sun Kosi (grade 1-2) Begins at Khadichour and ends in Dolalghat. The river is lined with clean sandy beaches, which make for great picnic or camping spots. The trip offers a great family getaway, far from the madding crowd.
The Bheri in western Nepal can be combined with a visit to the Royal Bardia National park. The Arun from Tumlingtar is another option.
Safety:- Safety is the most important part of any river trip. Choosing a professional veteran rafting company is the first step. So it helps to abide by the following tips
Pick your river with care. Seek information from a rafting agency, local experts, and literature on river levels and difficulty.
There should be a minimum of two rafts per trip, so that one can help when a fall happens from the other
Carry first-aid kit, survival and rescue gear.
Check to see that end loops and the leash are adequate before you push off. This makes it easier to keep hold of your boat when swimming big rapids, and also in the event of rescue.
Be a team person, paddle synchronously.
For boats, paddles and helmets, loud colors are recommended.
Wear life jackets and helmets, properly too.
Keep your feet and arms inside the raft at all time
When you fall off into a rapid, float on your back, with your feet downstreaImja Tse (Island peak), 6169m. is one of the most popular lesser peaks and scaling the mountain you will need some mountaineering skill.
This trip is the same as the ‘Everest’ treks till your entrance to the Chukkung valley. Either you can take air service from Katmandu to Lukla or drive to Jiri 184 km. Eastward of Katmandu and commence trek to Lukla and then continue up past Namche Bazaar, Tengboche, Dingboche, Imaja Glacier to the Base camp of Imja Tse or Island peak. Three days are set aside for the ascent of Imja Tse and follow the same route back to Katmandu as in the ‘Everest’ trek. If you take one-way flight to Lukla, the whole trip will cover within 23 days and 16 days is enough if both way flights are taken.
This trip offers you not only enchanting views of Mt, Everest (8848m.) Lhotse (8516m) Amadablam (6856m.) and numerous other peaks; draws your attention towards monasteries and traditional Sherpa villages. Such a massive glance of the Himalayan peaks can create in you a pleasant wave of internal felicity.