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Rafting in Nepal

Rafting in NepalAnother option of the adventure in Nepal which can vary from 1 to 21 days an around combining with trekking and Safari activities. We invite you to a great way to experience Nepal's Himalayas and her numerous snowmelt Rivers,It's simple read it through and give us call to appoint us as your trip designer.

Rafting Gears

  • Helmets
  • Paddles
  • Life jackets
  • Wet suit (feel free to bring a personal one if you prefer)
  • Water proof jackets
  • Camping and cooking equipment
  • Waterproof camera
  • pelican case
  • First Aid Kit
  • Sleeping bag Sleeping mat (thermo-rest)
  • One set of warm dry clothes for the evening
  • One set of river clothes for the day - shorts, T-shirts, bathing suit and a baseball cap to wear under your helmet to keep the sun off your face.
  • River sandals which stay on (not the open back ones)
  • Sunscreen Water bottle
  • Personal toiletries
  • Camera Torch (with spare batteries)
  • Mini first aid kit for personal use (e.g. band-aids and headache tablets)
  • Sun glasses with croakies (string retainer)
  • Spare spending money for extra drinks or souvenirs
  • Baseball cap - to keep sun out of your eyes
  • For rivers that involve trekking, the extra equipment should include Boots and socks.



The most popular river expedition because of relative easy access from Kathmandu.Some impressive gorges, lots of wildlife and relatively safe rapids.Days can be continued to Royal Chitwan National Park.


A one day trek through remote Gurung villages leads us to the Marsyangdi, one of the most challenging white water rivers in the world. Enjoy magnificent views of the Himalayas, as we work together to run these non-stop, exhilarating, steep and technical rapids. Check out Marsyangdi Madness - you'll see what we mean...

Sun Koshi:

Sun Koshi drains the snow melt from the Langtang and Phurbichyachu Himals, boardering Tibet and beyond, through the Bhote Koshi, and flowing on into India to meet the Ganges. Rapids encountered are between Grades 3-5.From the "put in " at Dolalghat to the "take out" 270km away at Chatara, near Dharan in eastern Nepal, the river descends 500 meters.

Kali Gandaki:

Nepal's newest and wildest beautiful river offers not only wilderness, waterfalls and wildlife, but also the chance to experience some exciting white water. The eerie and derelict palaces are the main attraction in this trip.


A wide and easy trip, it is remote, unspoiled and full of beautiful scenery. This trip can be combined for jungle activities in BARDIA National Park.


Nepal's longest and largest River, is located in the remote reaches of the country, rising in Tibet near Mt. Kailash.This is definately a world classic combination trip for trekking, white water rafting and wilderness exploration.

All rafting equipment is carried by porters as we trek to the river through one of the most remote parts of Nepal. Remarkable pristine jungle scenery with canyons, deserted beaches and small villages will be found along the way. The river boats a continuous series of increasing rapids and waterfalls along one of the best fishing areas of Nepal. The Karnali eventually passes through the Royal Bardia National Park to join the Ganges in India - we'll pull you out before then.

Bhote Koshi:

A short bus ride from Kathmandu brings us to "Sukute Beach Adventure Camp" (KM 69) on the Kathmandu - Tibet road. 26 km further from the camp is the put-in of the most action packed short white water run in Nepal. The river drops steeply offering relentless stretches of class III-IV white water. Boulder gardens, small waterfalls, steep chutes and 90 degree ends are just some of the obstacles to be overcome. Like the Marsyangdi, this river is not typical of the big volume waters of the Himalaya. It is steep, technical and requires a reactive crew.