River Rafting In Nepal

urlWhite Water Rafting is a special venture in the river on an inflatable rubber boat. A river trips in usually an adventure but not always. The most thrilling, exciting and exotic river trips in Nepal can be arranged with a registered rafting agency only. You have to choose river trips lasting 1 to 12 days on some of the best and exciting rivers in Nepal. These wild rivers rising from the hidden plateau of Tibet cu deep down the rugged sloppy mid-hills of Nepal and then finally meander across the Indian Plain to join the holy waters of the River Gangs. In a country like Nepal, a river trip is one of the best nobles always to explore a typical cross section of the country’s natural as well as Ethan cultural heritage.

Whether it’s just the two of you for a romantic escape or perhaps. A group of friends outing, this action packed jaunt to the foothills will surely become a favorite outing sport of yours for many years to come. The river flows and passes through some of the most beautiful canyons, ethnic villages and landscapes of Nepal.

The trips offer full spectrum of wilderness river experiences from the gently flowing stretches to the loud roaring wild and wet rapids. All guides are highly trained and qualified in the aquatic sport for white water river rafting.

Summer Season
River Trip Date

Where to start

Where to end

Chose below Let us know and book in advance Depend on River Depend on River
Trishuli, Seti, Lower Bhote Koshi, Upper Sun Koshi Whenever you want Depend on water level Depend on water level

Kinds of Rafting:
There are essentially two kinds of rafts available – the oar-powered raft and the paddle raft. The oar-powered raft has a frame either at the back or in the middle where the river-guide sits and does all the paddling and guiding work. The paddleboat requires all participants to do their bit. Depending on the size of the raft, four or eight participants sit on the side tubes and power the boat using long paddles. It involves teamwork and more physical effort than the oar-powered boat. Paddleboats, however, capsize more easily as the are lighter and do not have the rigid structure of the oar-powered boat. On big rivers like the Sun Kosi (Class IV to V) where there are huge rapids, more care is required. In such rivers, we usually use one oar-powered boat and one paddleboat so that one acts as a rescue boat in case the other capsizes. This also gives each participant an opportunity to ride both kinds of rafts – be actively involved in one and relax in the other. Equipment: rafts are inflatable boats made of thick rubber, usually with separate air compartments so that a hole in any part of the tube does not mean that the whole raft will deflate and collapse. Life jackets and helmets are provided as mandatory gear. Paddles may be made of synthetic alloys and fibres which are longer and more maneuverable, or they may be of plain wood coated with synthetic waterproof paint. Wooden oars are slightly heavier but break less easily. On longer trips or more demanding rivers, splash jackets may be provided.

All the gear and food will be packed inside waterproof bags and carried on the raft itself. Your cameras and accessories, stored inside the waterproof barrel, will be available for your use during the DAY. The setting up of camp and cooking will begin as soon as the campsite is reached.

Safety requirements: While on the boat, you may at times take off your helmet and lif jacket, or even jump out of the boat to take a dip in the river. Nevertheless, it is of utmost importance to consult your guide before indulging in such activities, as his knowledge of the river will help prevent you form finding yourself unprotected when hitting the rapids.

All our staff, whether guides, cooks or helpers, are trained professionals who look after your safety on the boat and your comfort while at rest. Rely on them to give you the best treat of your holiday.
 

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