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Rafting
For Hundreds of Years Nepal’s mountain scenery has drawn trekkers and climbers from all over the world. These mountains feed some of the worlds most challenging rafting and kayaking rivers, making Nepal a Mecca for those in search of the ultimate white water river experience. The unique combination of mountain scenery, warm water and diversity of cultures make Nepal a white water enthusiasts dream destination.
For Hundreds of Years Nepal’s mountain scenery has drawn trekkers and climbers from all over the world. These mountains feed some of the worlds most challenging rafting and kayaking rivers, making Nepal a Mecca for those in search of the ultimate white water river experience. The unique combination of mountain scenery, warm water and diversity of cultures make Nepal a white water enthusiasts dream destination.
We have successfully been organizing river journey for many years, dedicated to provide participant’s satisfaction, comfort and safety.

 

Kali Gandaki (3 Days): The Kali Gandaki after goddess Kali, rises in mustang, close to Tibet border. Big and difficult river, with beautiful un spoilt scenery, small gorges, jungles and an abundance of wildlife. Recommended as an accessible and relaxing river trip. A good river for small inflatable boats or for rafter and kayakers with limited experience. A classic, best-of-its-kind, trip that deserves to be more popular.

Seti (2 Days): A unique river passing through two beautiful and contrasting scenic areas. This river is relatively small in volume, blue and warm, it is recommended as a warm-up river for intermediate rafters, Kayakers and kayak clinic. The Seti Khola rises on the south-east slopes of Machhapuchhere and then flows south.

Marsyangdi (3 Days): The marsyangdi rises on the northern slopes of Annapurna Himal, flows east through an arid valley around Manang, and then swings south to join the Trishuli river at Mugling. One of the most outstanding class-5 rafting and kayaking river in the world. Continuously exhilarating white water with magnificent mountain backdrops.

Trisuli (1-3 Days): The Trisuli, one of Nepal's raft able rivers, due to its proximity to Kathmandu and its easy road access, for first time rafters it offers plenty of excitement. Many choose to incorporate a ride down the Trisuli with either a trip to Pokhara or to the Royal Chitwan National Park.

Karnali (10-12 Days): The Karnali river in Tibet near Mt. Kailash which is the holy place of Buddhists and the Hindus as it is the four-sided mountain from which four major rivers; the karnali, Indus, Sutlej and Brahamaputra (Tsangpo). This river provides one of the finest white water rafting and kayaking trips in the world. It has a length of nearly 400 kilometers, most of which is class 3-5, with only a few kilometers to portage. In the heart of the ‘wild west’ of Nepal, it is remote, un spoilt and committing. Only recommended for experienced expedition rafters and kayakers.

Sun Koshi (8-10 Dasy): Sun Koshi means ‘River of Gold’. The river rises near Tibet and is joined by the Bhote Koshi just downstream from Bahrabise. The Sun Koshi is to the east of Kathmandu and is river for those who want a longer wilder and more remote adventure. Big rapids, warm water, remote area, beautiful scenery and great camping make this a classic multi-day river trip. An excellent trip for intermediate and advanced kayakers. Rafters should be reasonably fit and comfortable on big water.

Bhote Koshi (1-2 Days): Bhote Koshi is the main branch of the Sun Koshi and it is near the Tibetan border at kodari. The river is followed by the Arniko Highway from kathmandu to Lhasa. A beautiful mountain river, only a few hours from Kathmandu, offering and navigating Nepal’s most challenging river rafting or kayaking trips at all classes of difficulty provide excitement, thrill and wilderness. Recommended for intermediate and advanced rafter and kayakers.

Tamur (10-12 Days):