White Water River Rafting in Nepal

Rafting in Nepal is one of the most popular tourism activities in the country as it is the second richest country in terms of water resources. There are more than 1300 rivers and small streams and many of them can be used for rafting. White Water rafting is one of the most popular water adventure sports can only be done in Nepal in the water flowing directly from the Himalayas. The River adventure is not only for encountering with challenge of the torrential rapids of the mountain river but also to explore a typical cross section of the country’s natural and ethno-cultural heritages. The northern part of Nepal is confined by the ever snowing mountains - Mt. Everest, Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Manaslu and numerous peaks. The melting snows of these mountains enrich Nepal to be the richest country in water resources. Therefore, it has made the country best for whitewater rafting and kayaking.

Nepal is paradise for the Rafting and has earned the reputation of being one the best destinations for white water rafting in the world. The rivers in Nepal are the best among the rivers in the world for river rafting sports, and it is obvious that the white water rafting in Nepal is never-ending thrills in the untamed rivers. Therefore, it is no doubt that cruising down to rushing rivers of crashing waves and swirling rapids can make up excitement of a lifetime. You may have remarkable experience, while rafting/kayaking in white water in the rivers, as thundering waters coming from the glaciers of the great Himalaya. The variety of flora and fauna, the cultural heritage and charming smiles of innocence ethnic groups of people alongside the rivers are really awaiting of your arrival.

All major rivers created from the Himalayas and running down to the mountains offers tremendous exciting experience of white Water rafting. Nepal river journey is one of the most enjoyable and effective ways to experience the life of rural areas and a spectacular scenery of natural beauty. Trekker's Home Hotel has professional rafters and arranges the rafting in such thrilling white water with safety. Our top preference is to provide quality service with safety to every client. Our rafting guides inform all the aspects of rafting and river safety before starting of each journey. Safety Kayakers are always along on high water expeditions. The river rafting mostly in Trishuli, Seti, Bhote Khosi, Kali Gandaki, Marshyangdi, Sun Koshi, Arun, Karnali, Tamur – provide one the world's most thrilling for the adventure lovers.

Grade 5-5+ rivers with raging white water rapids for the adventurous, to Grade 2-3 Rivers with a few rapids for novices. The options include paddling, oaring and kayaking. Paddling requires all on boat to participate with instructions from river runner. In an oar boat, the guide rows alone, giving participants a chance to observe the surroundings. Kayaking is another way to travel downstream. You can package river running itineraries along with a trekking, a wildlife safari and a cultural tour in the area. Until you are with Trekker's Home Hotel’ team, you do not need to worry on anything the well-experienced team of it will take care of all.

Nepal River rafting Packages:

The Trisuli River(3+): (USD60 for 2 days)
The Trisuli River is one of the most popular of Nepal’s raftable rivers because of its proximity to Kathmandu and the easy road access. For first time rafters it offers plenty of excitement. You can also choose to incorporate a ride down the Trisuli with either a trip to Pokhara or to the Royal Chitwan National Park.

The Kali Gandaki River (4-4+): USD150 for 3 days
The Kali Gandaki River is a remote rafting destination. The river winds through canyons and gorges among gorgeous wilderness and mountain views and offers intense rapids. Trips on the Kali Gandaki begin and end in Pokhara and offer an exciting alternative to the Trisuli. Its easy to take this rafting trip from Pokhara if you are involving to trek in Annapurna region.

The Bhote Kosi River (4-5+) : USD 95 for 2 days
The Bhote Kosi River is a special river located only three hours from Kathmand which it is pretty close to the Nepal-Tibet border. It is a two day run of pure excitement and thrill twenty six km of continuous white water through a veritable maze of canyons and Normally, the rafting in this river is for 2 days but you can also do it for a day a nd join for bungy jumping 160m. High Bridge!!!!!!!! Which is second highest bridge in the world as the hugest one is in New Zealand.

The Marsyangdi River (4-5+): USD250 for 4 days
The Marsyangdi River a raging river in central Nepal, is a relative newcomer. The Marsyangdi is a four day run of uninterrupted white water. The river flows through the gorges of the Annapurnas and runs for fifty two km between boiling foam and towering peaks. Trips start from Pokhara. This is a technical river rafting.

The Karnali river (4-5+) : USD 550 for 8 days
The Karnali river in the far west is the longest and largest river in Nepal where rafting is done expedition style. It takes a two day trek from Surkhet in the Terai to arrive at the river. The first ninety km run consists of spectacular landscapes and narrow gorges and some of the most challenging rapids. The remaining ninety offers attractive scenery and wildlife as well as an abundance of fish. This is a remote and pristine rafting destination uninterrupted by human habitation.

The Sun Kosi River (4-5+) : USD 550 for 9 days
The Sun Kosi River is the second offering of expedition rafting. The put in point is only three house from Kathmandu and is thus more easily accessible than the Karnali. Nevertheless, it offers an incredible stretch of exhilarating white water. The run is 270 km and requires approximately 8-10 days to complete with road access possible only at the beginning and the end. The white water is consistently intense and accompanies rafters right till the end. This river rafting is for summer expedition as other rivers except Trisuli will get nasty wild during the monsoon season and can’t raft.

Seti river. (2 days) : USD 90 for 2 days
The Seti River is an excellent 2 days trip into an isolated area of the country, through lush jungles, plenty of easy rapids and fantastic Himalayan scenery. The river is excellent for beginners, intermediate, learners and families.