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Rafting In Nepal
River Rafting is journeying on torrential river on an inflatable rubber boat. A river trip is an adventure but not always. An amateur and experienced rafter can equally enjoy it. A river trip also provides the opportunity for geological surveys and fishing. You are provided with whitewater life-vest to put on all the time while on the river.

You are also provided with a helmet, all camping equipment and meals and a trained professional river guide heads the rafting team.

In a country like Nepal, a river trip is one of the best ways to explore a typical cross section of the country’s natural as well as ethno-cultural heritage. The river is regarded as a form of goddess and is used for the purpose of various religious rituals such as cremation under both Hinduism and Buddhism. A variety of cultural activities can be witnessed being performed along the river. The adjoining slopes of the river often harbor dense vegetation and interesting wildlife.
 
Rafting in Nepal


River Rafting Scale:
River Rafting is divided into five scales according to the international rafting standard. 
Scale 1 : Simple & Very Easy: Trisuli river
Scale 2 : Slightly difficult: Seti and Marshyangdi river
Scale 3 : More difficult: Bhotekoshi and Sunkoshi river
Scale 4 : Very difficult: Kali Gandaki
Scale 5 : Extremely difficult: Karnali.

Name of River Duration River Grade Starting Point Ending point

Name of River Duration River Grade Starting Point Ending Poing
Trisuli 01-03 Days 3+ Baireni Simaltar
Bhote Kosi 02 Days 5+ Barbise Dam
Kaligandaki 03 Days 4+ Baglung Mirmi
Seti 02 Days 3+ Damauli Gaighat
Sunkosi 10 Days 5 Class Dolalghat Chataira
Karnali 10 Days 5 Class Sauli Bhen Bridge
Marshyangdi 05 Days 5+ Ngadi Bimal Nagar
 
The Trishuli River
Due to proximity to Kathmandu and easy road access, this is one of the most popular of Nepal's raft able rivers. This river is easy and tremendous excitement and experience even for the first time rafters. Either trip to Pokhara or trip to Chitwan can be gone easily after rafting.


The Bhote Koshi River
It takes you about 3 hours driving from Kathmandu either by bus or private vehicles reach at Bhote Koshi River. It is exciting and bit tough river for the best 2 days rafting.

The Sun Koshi River
The "River of Gold" is considered one of the ten best rafting/kayaking rivers in the world. From Raighat (Day 5) it is only one day's trek to the Mount Everest view point, so an optional detour is possible.

The Kali Gandaki River
A total of 105 km covered in 3 days with excellent white water, and magnificent mountain views of the Annapurna South and Fishtail Peak (Machhapuchere) including deep gorges where you will experience intense rapids and wilderness.

The Seti River
The short Seti River makes for an ideal two days introduction to rafting. From the put in point at Damauli, the Seti merges into the Trisuli on the second day. This trip offers beautiful mountain views of the Annapurna South, Fish- tail and Lamjung Himal.

The Karnali River
The Karnali River is lies in the far west of Nepal and it is the largest and the longest river. Two days trek is needed from Surkhet to reach staring point of the rafting. This river will be the world's most famous rapids passing through wilderness uninterrupted by humans. You previous rafting experience and physical fitness will help you as a extra bonus to make it easier.

The Marshyangdi River
With 52 km. Of boiling foam sandwiched between towering peaks, Marshyangdi flows through the gorges of Annapurna. Besisahar is the rafting starting point and the ending point is Bimalnagar on the Prithivi Highway.

What should you bring ?
Please, bring yourself a set of cloths which are loose and comfortable for your rafting such as T- shirt, half pants, sandals, sun glass, hat, sun screen, towels, set of dry clots, torch, sun lotion, and medicine etc. These things are basically used at the campsites after the rafting. Insect repellents are also advised.
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