The Rivers of Nepal take the traveler to the very heart of a magical land and is one of the most exciting ways of exploring Nepal's ancient cultures and unspoiled landscapes. Rising from the glaciers of the highest mountain range on earth and from the mysterious high plateau of Tibet the rivers plunge through narrow gorges and traverse their rugged foothills. Along its course the rivers passes through many life-zones traveling through alpine meadows, sub-tropical forests and the lush tropical jungles of lowland Nepal. Many of Nepal's rivers present some of the most exciting and challenging trips for rafters and kayakers alike.
The Rivers of Nepal take the traveler to the very heart of a magical land and is one of the most exciting ways of exploring Nepal’s ancient cultures and unspoiled landscapes. Rising from the glaciers of the highest mountain range on earth and from the mysterious high plateau of Tibet the rivers plunge through narrow gorges and traverse their rugged…read more +
The Trisuli is Nepal´s most popular rafting river, impressive gorges, exciting rapids, some easier sections, and easily accessible from Kathmandu and Pokhara. White water rafting trip in Trisuli River is exciting, fun and safe for all age groups. Our one night and two days trip through overnight safari-tented accommodation set in private grounds with…read more +
Sunkoshi River Rafting, Sunkoshi River Rapids, Cost, Itinerary, Information, Agency, Duration, Map Sun Khosi, meaning ‘River of Gold’ its life begins in Shisapangma, the 10th highest peak in the world in Tibet. This big river has been rated s one of the top ten river rafting trips in the world and listed as ‘must to do while in Nepal’ and runs…read more +
Seti River is a unique river passing through beautiful and breathtaking picturesque areas. Relatively small volume, blue water and also warm. We recommended this as a ´warm up´ river for intermediate kayakers. The trip start from Damauli and ends in Ghai Ghat. It is an easy access for raft or kayak trip. The expedition can be combined with Chitwan Jungle…read more +
The ‘raging river’ drains the northern slope of the Annapurna Mountains. It was only opened to rafting in 1996 and 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 totally different from the big volume rivers like Sun Koshi and Karnali, the rapids are technical and…read more +
An unspoiled river with good white water, gorges, wildlife and a feeling of remoteness, it is recommended for those people looking for an exciting medium-length raft trip and as a self-sufficient kayak trip for intermediate and expert kayakers. We suggest combining this river with a trek before hand in the Annapurna Mountains. Also consider continuing…read more +