Rafting in Nepal
Rafting in Nepal is the unbelievable water sports and adventure you don’t want to miss during your Nepal visit for holidays. This white water rafting can be your good reason to come and enjoy the holiday tour in Nepal.
Nepal is a small and wonderful country for all kinds of enjoyment. The northern part of Nepal rises with the series of high mountains and Himalayas and these giants are the best resource of thousands of rivers, lakes and rivulets in Nepal and Asia.
A number of famous rivers in Nepal offers you the adventurous white water rafting sport. Some of them are the best for world class rafting and kayaking sport. You will be rafting over the thrilling and chilled rivers with playing the different rapid grades and turnings. These rivers passes through the villages, valleys, forests and vegetation. You will be experiencing the beauty of the nature during the rafting in Nepal.
There are hundreds of rivers in Nepal. Among them, Arun River, Seti River, Trishuli River, Bhote Koshi River, Sun Koshi River, Kali Gandaki River, Marsyandi River, Karnali River, Tamur River are the famous river for rafting and kayaking in Nepal.
The rafting holiday will be the exciting camping overnight on the river beaches. You will love the camp fire and entertainment among the friends and rafting members. The international rapid grades up to 6 level can be experienced in Nepal.
Life Dream Adventure organizes various days rafting in Nepal packages especially for you. Please don’t hesitate to contact us for more information. This can be a good combination with any trekking in Nepal, tour in Nepal, hiking in Nepal trips.
Bhote Koshi River rafting is one of the idyllic and most adventurous white water rafting in Nepal. The Bhote Koshi River that originates from the high Tibetan Himalaya is a major branch of Sun Koshi River which further merges into the Holy River Ganga in India.Bhote Koshi River rafting which is also one of the best wild and scenic white water rafting is thrilling too. Bhote Koshi River offers the thrilling class IV-V rapids and also relaxing class III rapids.
Trishuli river rafting is one of the most adventurous and easily accessible rivers for white water rafting in Nepal. There is a legend on the name of the river. The name is taken from the holy weapon Trishula of Lord Shiva. Trishuli river rafting has become an idyllic trip which is feasible as per the demand and time limit of the rafters. The Trishuli River originates from Gosainkund and flows down the narrow canyon and valleys, through the steep and rocky terrains and slowly down the Mahabharata hills producing different types of rapids from grade 1 to 3.
Kali Gandaki River Rafting offers you to play and enjoy the chilled water coming from the famous Kali Gandaki Gorge. This Gorge is also known as the deepest gorge in the world. It flows between the Dhaulagiri and Annapurna mountains in the west of Nepal.
Karnali River Rafting is one of the wild and remote white water rafting itineraries in Nepal. You will travel the remote area to the far western part of Nepal. Rafting in Karnali River offers the longest rafting adventure of 180 km river action floating over the longest and largest Karnali River of Nepal.
Marshyangdi River Rafting is one of the short but most exciting white water rafting in Nepal. Rafting in the Marshyangdi River will never be the exciting experience without the spectacular views of the white snowy mountains of Annapurna, Dhaulagiri, Fishtail, Manaslu and other Himalayas on the backdrop. Marshyangdi River is the famous mountain river that originates from the Annapurna massif. It flows eastward territory of the Manang valley and southward to mix with another famous River Trishuli.
Seti River Rafting is one of the short and best white water rafting in Nepal for beginners and family trip. The river is relatively easy for rafting and kayaking in Nepal. The rapids are normally 3 grade and some 4 grade. The major source of the Seti River is the famous Annapurna massif. It flows through the famous Pokhara valley and southward passing our put – in point at Damauli Bazaar to mix with another famous Trishuli river at Devghat.