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Nepal is home to eight out of the fourteen highest peaks in the world with colorful and intricate Hindu religion to the austerity of the Buddhist monasteries. From these breathtaking heights, rivers crash down through the foothills, fed by monsoon rains and melting snow, on their way to the Great Plains of the Ganges.
Nepal has many rivers for you to explore: Trishuli River (rafting for 1 up to 3 days), Seti River (2 days trip), Bhote Khosi River (2 days rafting trip), Kali Gandaki River (3 days rafting), Marshyangdi River (4 days), Sun Koshi River (7 up to 9 days rafting), Arun River (9 days of rafting adventure), Karnali River (10 days of whitewater rafting), Tamur River (11 days whitewater adventure). On these rivers you will find the world's most thrilling whitewaters with a wide range of difficulties, warm water and bug free beaches for camping. All this makes a wealth of unlimited opportunities for great rafting, kayaking, Climbing, Mountaineering, biking, hiking and ever popular trekking adventures in Nepal. Nepal has something to offer to everyone.
We are proud to share our wonderful country, culture, and our many years of experience in this field with you and give you an excellent opportunity to explore the remote countryside, which is never possible without river trips.
The following chart shows the river grades on a scale of 1 - 5, with 1 being calm water and 5 the most violent rapids, for a variety of expedition rivers in each season.
2 3 4 4+ 4 2+
4 5 - - - 4+
3 4+ 5 5 5 3
2 3+ 4 4+ 4+ 2+
Trisuli: This river is very popular for short trips, as access to the Prithivi Highway makes "breaking off" the journey easy. The Trisuli is also an ideal beginner's river.
Sun Kosi:Tumlingtar. Alternatively you can drive for 1 ½ days and then trek for three days. The Arun provides some of the most challenging rafting in Nepal, and although the difficult access makes only three days on the river possible, the remote location and spectacular mountain.
Kali Gandaki: A total of 105 km covered in Five days with excellent white water, and magnificent mountain views of the Annapurna South and the Fishtail Peak (Machhapuchre).
Karnali: The far West of Nepal is one of the most remote and least explored areas of the Himalayas. A two day trek with porters carrying all the gear is necessary to reach the put in point. The trip lasts ten days, including trekking, and takes you on a real wild-river adventure. Take out point is Chisapani, close to the newly opened Royal Bardia National Park, where an optional Wildlife Safari through largely untouched wilderness is possible.
Seti: The short Seti River makes for an ideal two day 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. Bhote Koshi: One of the best short rafting trips in Nepal which covers 18 km of continuous white
Karnali: The far West of Nepal is one of the most remote and least explored areas of the Himalayas. A two day trek with porters carrying all the gear is necessary to reach the put in point. The trip lasts ten days, including trekking, and takes you on a real wild-river adventure. Take out point is Chisapani, close to the newly opened Royal Bardia National Park, where an optional Wildlife Safari through largely untouched wilderness is possible