Rafting in Nepal

Nepal is a river runner’s paradise – no other country has such a choice of multi-day trips, away from roads, in such magnificent mountain surroundings, with warm rivers, a semi tropical climate, impressive geography, exotic cultures, wildlife and friendly welcoming people! Few rafting rivers in the world can match the thundering courses of the rivers of Nepal, originating from the snow meltdown of the Himalaya terrain. The river gush through the twisted canyons, winding through calm valleys, where small settlements are perched on the banks,

A river-trip is one of the best ways to explore the typical cross-section of the country’s natural as well as the ethno-cultural heritage with massive doses of adrenaline buzz on our world-class water thrills. An extreme popular sport in Europe, canyoning is now available in Nepal. It involves abseiling, jumping, sliding, climbing along waterfalls and steep cliffs to deep pools, giving the canyoneer the freedom to explore beautiful under-water landscape.

The Ranging River : Marshyangdi

Days: 5
Fall: Oct-Dec
Class: IV to V
Spring: Feb-Apr
Cost: $390 USD

” Raging River ” in the local dialect aptly describes one of the best whitewater runs in the world. Only recently opened for commercial rafting (many rapids have not been named yet), the Marshyangdi is one of the next generations of rivers in Nepal, steeper and with a much more continuous stretch of rapids. The trek is stunning, with great views of the Manaslu and the Annapurnas ahead of you the entire time. The scenery is breathtaking.

The Holy River : Kali Gandaki

Days : 3(Ex-pokhara)
Fall: Sep-Nov
Class: III to IV
Spring: Feb-May
Cost: $160 USD

Turbulent rapids intertwine with abrupt drops as we dodge our way down intricate chutes of sparkling water. Village terraces cling precariously to the slopes and surreal snow capped peaks hang suspended above us as we drift through the world’s deepest gorge. Being one of the holiest rivers in Nepal, every junction of the Kali Gandaki is dotted with cremation sites and above ground burial mounds.

Blast at Monsoon Flows: Trishuli

Days : 2
Fall
Class: Year Round III / Jun – Aug IV (Mansoon)
Spring
Cost : $120 USD

Turbulent rapids intertwine with abrupt drops as we dodge our way down intricate chutes of sparkling water. Village terraces cling precariously to the slopes and surreal snow capped peaks hang suspended above us as we drift through the world’s deepest gorge. Being one of the holiest rivers in Nepal, every junction of the Kali Gandaki is dotted with cremation sites and above ground burial mounds.

100% Adrenaline Rush : Bhote Kosi


Days : 2
Fall: Oct-Dec
Class: III to IV
Spring: Feb-May
Cost : $150 USD

“Nepal’s steepest action packed rafting trip” If you have limited time, or just the desire for an adrenaline overload, this is the river for you. Our put in point is ‘Tatopani’ at the Tibet-Nepal border with its hot springs, conveniently located at the highest possible raft launch on the river and is the base for activities such as Canyoning, Trekking, Climbing and Mountain Biking all around the Tibetan border.