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Rafting Tips

 


 

wpe48.jpg (4476 bytes)The river of Nepal offers some of the most exciting and interesting sceneries. White water rafting trips on Seti, Kaligandaki and Sunkoshi became very popular. The Trishuli, Arun, Bhote Koshi, Bheri, Tamor and Karnali offers spending opportunities for wonderful adventure of river excursions.

The Sunkoshi River
The Sunkoshi River is a 'Step Up' in difficulty and adventure from the Trisuli, rapids encountered are between grades 3-5 class. From the 'Put in' at Dolalghat to the 'Take Out' at Chatra, near Dharan 270 km away in eastern Nepal, the river descends 500 metes

The Kali Gandaki
On rafting you will pass views of Annapurna range, peaceful beach camp on the riverbank, remote village. The 3 days expedition deals challenging and continuous white water above and below the confluence of the Modi Khola encounters rapids up to 4 class.

The Seti River:
The Seti is one of the Nepal's most beautiful and warmest river. Two days wilderness experience idea for those seeking and introduction to rafting in this river. Spectacular scenery, abundant wildlife and rapids increasing in excitement as your confidence grow.

Bhote Koshi
The Bhote Koshi is situated at eastern part of Nepal. This river is counted as one of the highest-class adventure-rafting trip in Nepal. It is recommended to get a maximum adventure of rafting for limited timers since it is just a 2-day trip. This expedition deals challenging and continuous blue water, beautiful scenery greening white water beaches and encounters rapids up to 'V' classes. As Bhote Koshi is wild and steep, you need and experienced team for a safe and Enjoyable Trip.



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