Nepal Trekking Tour
 
 

Rafting in Nepal

Rafting in NepalNepal is a small beautiful country and home to eight out of the fourteen highest Trekking and Climbing peaks in the world with colorful and intricate Hindu religion to the austerity of the Buddhist monasteries and stupa. From these incredible heights, rivers crash down through the foothills, fed by monsoon rains and melting snow, on their way to the Great Plains of the Ganges.

Rafting in Nepal is one of the best places in the south Asia.  One can have incredible experience with Rafting in Nepal. Nepal has many rivers for you to explore such as Trishuli River (rafting for 1 up to 4 days), Seti River (rafting trip 2 nights), Bhote Koshi River (rafting 2 nights), Kali Gandaki River (rafting 3 nights), Marsyandi River (rafting/kayaking 5 days), Sun Koshi River (rafting to 10 days), Arun River (rafting adventure 8 nights), Karnali River (whitewater rafting 9 Nights/ 10 Days), Tamur River (rafting adventure 12 days).

Rafting in NepalOn these rivers you will find the world's most thrilling whitewater with a wide assortment of difficulties, warm and friendly water and bug free beaches for camping. All this makes a wealth of unlimited opportunities for great white water River Rafting, Kayaking, Trekking, Hiking Climbing, Mountaineering, Biking, and other adventure sports in Nepal. Nepal has not something so many incredible things to offer to everyone.

We are pleased and fell proud to share our wonderful country, beautiful culture and our more than 12 years of experience in this field with you and give you an excellent.

Opportunity to discover the remote countryside which is never possible without river trips.

River Name & Days Best Season Grade* Water Flow Departure Date
Trushuli (1-4 DAYS) Aug - Dec 3+ 255-300 every day
  Jan - May 3 200-250 every day
  Jun - Aug 3+ 160-280 every day

River Name & Days Best Season Grade* Water Flow Departure Date
Seti Khola (2 DAYS) Aug - Dec 3 40 once a week
  Jan - May 2+ 30 once a week
  Jun - July 2+ 50 once a week

River Name & Days Best Season Grade* Water Flow Departure Date
Bhote Koshi (2 DAYS) Sep - Dec 4+ 30-170 Twice a week  
  Jan - May 4- 20-50 Twice a week  
  Jun - Aug 4+ 90-220 Twice a week  

River Name & Days Best Season Grade* Water Flow Departure Date
Kali Gandaki (3 DAYS) Sep - Dec 4- 60-550 As per you request
  Jan - May 3+ 25-100 As per you request
  Jun - Aug 3+ 300-600 As per you request

River Name & Days Best Season Grade* Water Flow Departure Date
Marshyangdi (4-5 DAYS) Sep - Dec 5- 50-480 As per you request
  Jan - May 4+ 30-100 As per you request
  Jun - Aug NR 250-600 As per you request

River Name & Days Best Season Grade* Water Flow Departure Date
Sun Koshi (8-9 DAYS) Sep - Dec 5 250-500 As per you request
  Jan - May 4+ 200-300 As per you request
  Jun - Aug NR 300-500 on request

River Name & Days Best Season Grade* Water Flow Departure Date
Karnali (10 DAYS) Sep - Dec 5 200-500 As per you request
  Jan - May 4+ 150-430 As per you request
  Jun - Aug NR 200-800 As per you request

River Name & Days Best Season Grade* Water Flow Departure Date
Arun (9 DAYS) Sep - Dec 5- 150-400 As per you request
  Jan - May 4 100-300 As per you request
  Jun - Aug NR 200-400 As per you request

River Name & Days Best Season Grade* Water Flow Departure Date
Tamur (9 DAYS) Sep - Dec 5 Approx. 300 cumecs As per you request
  Jan - May 5- Approx. 200 cumecs As per you request
  Jun - Aug NR Approx. 450 cumecs As per you request

Grading System

Class 1 Easy: Moving water with occasional small rapids. Few or no obstacles.
Class 2 Moderate: Small Rapids with regular waves. Some maneuvering required but easy to navigate.
Class 3 Difficult: Rapids with irregular waves and hazards that need avoiding. More difficult maneuvering required but routes are normally obvious. Scouting from shore is occasionally required.
Class 4 Very Difficult: Large rapids that require careful maneuvering. Dangerous hazards. Scouting from shore is often necessary and rescue is difficult. Kayakers should be able to roll. Turbulent water and large irregular waves may flip rafts. In the event of a mishap there is significant risk of loss damage and/or injury.
Class 5 Extremely Difficult: Difficulties of class 5 carried out to the extreme of navigability. Might possibly (but not probably) be run by a team of experts at the right water level, in the right conditions with all possible safety precautions, but still with considerable hazard to life.
Class 6 Extremely difficult but can be run by extremely Rafters exports.