The Roof of the World
The Himalayan Kingdom
Land of Thunder Dragon
The Crucial of Asia
Nepal has earned a standing as one of the best destinations in the world for white water rafting. Nepal' thundering waters, coming from the glaciers of the mighty Himalaya, provide unmatched thrills for rafter. Whitewater rafting is a popular water adventure sport in Nepal, All major rivers created from the Himalayas and running down the mountains offers tremendous exciting experience of white Water rafting.
Here are many rivers for you to explore rafting reality Like Trishuli River, Seti River, Bhote Koshi River, Kali Gandaki River, Marsyandi River, Sun Koshi River, Arun River, Karnali River ,Tamur River are major river for Rafting.
Rafting on the Trishuli River is an excellent opportunity to observe the diversity of demography, landscapes, and cultural heritage and the flora and fauna. You can experience the thrills of white-water on the course of three days trip. This can be degraded as per your interest and time. The Trishuli River is the most easily accessible from Kathmandu, Pokhara and Royal Chitwan National Park by far a trip on this river can be made for a varied duration, depending upon the availability of time and interest.View More
The Kali Gandaki (Grade 4 to 4+) winds through remote canyons and deep gorges for five days of intense rapids among gorgeous wilderness and mountain views. The run flows 120 km and its challenges are continuous. Trip on the Kali Gandaki begin and end in Pokhara and offer an exciting alternative to the Trisuli.View More
The Bhotekoshi is known as the River from Tibet and you can start a trip after a peak over the border into Tibet. The Kathmandu / Lhasa Highway (AKA Friendship Highway, Arniko Highway) runs along beside the river. You can run a day trip or do a two-day expedition and run parts of the river twice. It's a great beginner river for rafters and fun for kayakers at all levels.View More
The Marshyangdi River (Grade 4 to 5) is a relative newcomer in this group. The Marshyangdi run is four days of unintferrupted white water. Flowing through the gorges of the Annapurnas, it runs sandwiched between 52 km of boiling foam and towering peaks. A trip on the Marshyangdi starts from Pokhara.View More
The Karnali River (Grade 4 to 5) in the far west is the longest and largest river in Nepal. To arrive at its banks requires a two-day trek from Surkhet in the Terai. The next 90 kms are spent flying through septacular landscapes and narrow gorges and down some of the most challenging rapids in the world. For the remaining 90 km, the scenery and wildlife are the main attraction, as it the abundance of fish. During most of this trip, the wilderness is uninterrupted by human habitations.View More
The Sun Koshi (Grade 4 to 5) is Nepal's second offering for expedition rafting. With a put-in only three hours drive from Kathmandu, it is more easily accessible than the Karnali of offferring an incredible stretch of exhilarating white water. The run is 270 km and requires 8-10 days tocomplete with road access only at the beginning and end. On the third day rapids reach the upper 4 classifications and the remainder of the trip is consistently intense - the white water stays white until the very end.View More