Seti River Rafting Trip

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 Safari as it is a short distance from trip ending point to National Park.

Day 1 Damauli- Saran Ghat: Drive from Kathmandu or Pokhara to the put-in point, Damauli. After safety brief and instructions, the trip starts. We spend the whole day within its forested canyon and luxuriant vegetation. During the lunch break one can have many options; exploration, photography, bird watching, a swim or just relaxation on the beach. hen back on the river once again, a small technical rapid is encountered near the village of Saran Ghat. This village is home to some colorful characters from the Gurung and Magar ethnic groups, particularly those who once served as Gurkha soldiers. In the late afternoon, it is time to set up camp on a long open beach below the village. O/N in Saran Ghat.
Day 2 Damauli- Saran Ghat: Drive from Kathmandu or Pokhara to the put-in point, Damauli. After safety brief and instructions, the trip starts. We spend the whole day within its forested canyon and luxuriant vegetation. During the lunch break one can have many options; exploration, photography, bird watching, a swim or just relaxation on the beach. hen back on the river once again, a small technical rapid is encountered near the village of Saran Ghat. This village is home to some colorful characters from the Gurung and Magar ethnic groups, particularly those who once served as Gurkha soldiers. In the late afternoon, it is time to set up camp on a long open beach below the village. O/N in Saran Ghat.
Things To Bring T-shirt, swim wear for on the river, warm clothing for the evenings, fleece or a pullover. Sunscreen and lip protector, Sunglasses (with retaining device) and/or a cap Towel and Toiletries (environmentally friendly is best), Personal medication Flashlight, Footwear, Reading book, fishing hook if you do fishing.

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