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White Water Rafting

Nepal is a dream destination for river rafting, kayaking, climbing, mountaineering, biking, hiking and every popular trekking adventure. It is the second richest country in terms of water resources. It is bestowed with varieties of beautiful rivers such as Trishuli River, Seti River, Bhote Koshi River, Kali Gandaki River, Marsyangdi River, Sun Koshi River, Arun River, Karnali River, Tamur River and many others that are renowned for rafting worldwide.

White Water Rafting in Nepal is to drift down the rivers coming from the melting glaciers and flow adrift into the maze of hills with terrific culture, wildlife and pristine beaches away from road. Rafting in Nepal is an adventurous sport for every adventure seeker who wish to explore Nepal in a thrilling way. The chills and thrills of rafting into these rivers gives us an enthralling experience regardless of what we are, a seasoned expert or a whitewater enthusiast. It not only guarantees us an exhilarating roller coaster ride, but also offers the wonderful opportunity to embrace the natural beauty of the remote regions of Nepal.

Plan Nepal Trek & Expedition (P.) Ltd. arranges complete rafting trips in all the above mentioned rivers. Our team comprises of proficient staffs and expert tour guides whose main objective is to offer you an extraordinary adventure keeping your safety during the trip in mind.

Trishuli River Rafting

Trishuli River Rafting

Trishuli River, one of the most popular rafting destination in Nepal, treats us with an exhilarating trip that thoroughly satisfies the thirst for adventure. The river originates from the Gandaki River and joins Bhote Koshi. The Budhi Gandaki River, Marshyangdi River and Seti River later drains into the Trishuli River.

Rafting in Trishuli River offers us a thrilling experience as we go with the flow of the course of the river cutting challenging rapids and diverse natural beauty. The scenery of river Trishuli includes small gorges and a glimpse of the cable car leading to the famous Hindu T..

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Kali Gandaki River Rafting

Kali Gandaki River Rafting

Kali Gandaki River Rafting provides an electrifying experience to every adventure seeker and compliments with the picturesque beauty of the region. The river originates from the Mustang Region and rushes down between the Dhaulagiri and the Annapurna Range to carve out one of the world's deepest gorge.

The Kali Gandaki is considered a "World Classic" in the rafting fraternity and offers us the challenging rapids, the spectacular scenery of the Annapurna range combined with high gorges, pristine jungles, sandy beaches, fishing and swimming opportunities in big water of Himalayan flows.

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Marshyangdi River Rafting

Marshyangdi River Rafting

The Marshyangdi River rises on the northern slopes of the Mt. Annapurna, flows east through an arid valley around Manang and swings south to join the Trishuli River at Mugling. Marshyangdi, said as one of the raging river in Nepal, is the best whitewater runs in the world. It is famous for its continuous, adrenaline-charged white water with splendid mountain settings. It is especially recommended for expert kayakers and rafters from Bhote Odar on.

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Sunkoshi River Rafting

Sunkoshi River Rafting

The Sunkhosi River- the river of gold, is rated as one of the top ten rafting trips in the world. The river rises in Tibet and flows eastwards in Nepal through the valley between the Mahabharat Lekh Range and the Himalayas. This river is joined by the Bhote Koshi River just downstream from Barbesi.

The general standard of the Sunkoshi River gets progressively harder as your descend it so there is time to practice your skills on easy water before the more interesting, bigger and continuous rapids lower down the river.

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Tamur River Rafting

Tamur River Rafting

Tamur River Rafting is an enthralling white water trip that approximately has 130 rapids in 120 kilometer. The Tamur and its tributaries drain the snows of Kanchenjunga and flows through a beautiful and pristine valley of Nepal.

Tamur River is the sixth largest river in Nepal and seems to have a feeling of thrusting power. The rafting is possible flying into Taplejung, but we recommend the trek, a great way to start your river trip. The trek is not very demanding and it goes along the top of the ridge and then drops down to the river.

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Karnali River Rafting

Karnali River Rafting

The Karnali River- the longest river of Nepal, originates in Tibet on Mt. Kailash and gushes down the mountains. Located in a less traveled region ("Wild West" of Nepal), the Karnali River trip provides both a remote and relaxing whitewater rafting adventure and a fascinating cultural experience. The rapids are also pretty wild, with the river building to its climax in these lower canyons.

The journey starts through a mixed forest and traverses two ridge tops with excellent panoramic views of the Bheri forests. On the way to the river, travelers get an opportunity to see the villages surrou..

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Bhote Koshi River Rafting

Bhote Koshi River Rafting

The Bhote Koshi River, described as a liquid rush, is the steepest river run in Nepal that provides a complete white water experience. The Bhote Koshi River is down flow from Tibet and it is locally known as Bhot,hence its name is derived as BHOTE KOSHI.

The two-day trip to Bhote Koshi for rafting is a full body workout where the skills and determinations of the paddle crew is tested to the limit. Bhote Koshi River Rafting is replete with thrilling gorges, nasty drops, pour overs and bumping boulders between the mountain valleys. These gorges are dramatically adventurous and rapids are chal..

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Bheri River Rafting

Bheri River Rafting

Bheri River in Dolpa district has two tributaries- the Thuli and Sani joined at Ramnaghat to form the main Bheri River. This trip offers a unique experience to every visitor to a remote and easy river full of beautiful sceneries, good fishing, pristine villages, blue water, white beaches, attractive campsites and gregarious local people.

For a Bheri river trip you have options between taking a one-and-a-half-hour flight to Nepalgunj from Kathmandu or a 627 kilometers long journey by road. The flight provides you opportunity for the spectacular views of the Himalayas.

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