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Nepal has the world’s best rivers for Kayakers and Rafters. Just to give you an idea it is rated as one of the top 10 places on the planet to go and paddle.
Kathmandu Pick and Drop
4 hours prior to the flight and 3 hours for Train Journey.
Kathmandu-City Tour -Pokhara-Kathmandu.
All Accommodation in 3-star Hotel/ Camping/Lodge/Tea House and Farm House stay.
1 to 2 Pax SUV Car | 2 to 8 Pax: Toyota Hiace Bus | 8 to 16 pax: Toyota Coaster Bus.
Local English Guide expert in Local tradition and Culture.
First-day L/D and last day only breakfast before Departure. All meals during Tour. Please reconfirm with us.
Nepal is a fantastic destination for river rafting and kayaking, offering a range of rivers with varying levels of difficulty and stunning natural scenery. The country’s rivers are fed by the Himalayas, providing thrilling rapids and an exhilarating experience for adventure enthusiasts. Here are some popular rivers for river rafting and kayaking in Nepal.
Drive to Trisuli River for the rafting experience.
We’ll start things slow and warm up on the Trisuli, just a 3-hour drive from Kathmandu. This will give you a chance to try out the big volume of whitewater in Nepal and give our guides the chance to decide whether you are competent to take on the other rivers.
The river starts off quite gently, giving you a chance to warm up into the big volume, pool drop style of Himalayan paddling. We will then stop for a spot of lunch on a beautiful sandy beach before taking on the biggest series of rapids of the day. Highlights include rapids such as Ladies Delight, Landslide, Monsoon, and the monster Upset! Make it through these and you are home and dry. Just a quick flat paddle to our riverside camp, Gurung Valley. Here we will take you out, have a chance to relax on our private beach, and give you a cup of tea to recharge your batteries!
It’s then a quick walk up the hill where your vehicle will be waiting to take you to the popular tourist town of Lakeside, Pokhara, which is around a 3-hour drive.
You are free to go out for dinner yourselves tonight so you can try out some of the top quality restaurants that overlook the lake, ask us for recommendations of the best places for Steak and Momos!
Lunch included. Hotel accommodation in Pokhara.
Fulchowki is the highest green hill in Nepal. It is good for one-day trekking with breathtaking heights. It has the tallest radio broadcasting tower and it also has a shrine for the goddess Fulchowki which is situated at the peak of the mountain.
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We offer 1 -12 day trips for all abilities, from beginner to Grade V paddlers. Equipped with invaluable local knowledge and years of experience in the field (in Nepal and internationally), we can’t wait to get you out on the rivers and rapids and get you to paddle Nepal with us.
The best time for river rafting and kayaking in Nepal is generally during the post-monsoon season (September to November) and pre-monsoon season (March to May). During these periods, the water levels are ideal, and the weather is relatively stable.
Nepal offers a range of rivers suitable for all skill levels. Rivers like the Trishuli are great for beginners, while the Bhote Koshi and Tamur provide more challenging experiences for advanced paddlers.
No prior experience is necessary for many of the popular rivers, as there are trips suitable for beginners. However, some advanced rivers may require participants to have previous rafting or kayaking experience.
Essential items include comfortable clothing, a swimsuit, sunscreen, a hat, water shoes, a water bottle, and any personal medications. Your tour operator will provide safety gear and equipment.
Yes, river rafting in Nepal is generally safe when conducted with reputable and licensed operators. Always choose experienced guides and operators with a good safety record. Follow their instructions and safety guidelines for a secure experience.
Yes, there are family-friendly rafting trips available on rivers like the Seti and Lower Trishuli, suitable for children and beginners. However, always check with the tour operator to ensure the trip is suitable for your family.
Accommodations during multi-day river trips are typically in tented camps along the riverbanks. These camps provide basic facilities, and the experience allows you to connect with nature.
Absolutely! Nepal offers a range of adventure activities, and it’s common for travelers to combine river rafting with trekking, paragliding, or jungle safaris, creating a diverse and exciting itinerary.