Rafting the rivers of Nepal is an ideal way of escaping the trappings of everyday life. Nepal’s rivers are second to none, originating from the glaciers of the worlds highest mountains, they plunge through towering gorges and forested foothills before the more tranquil journey along the Ganges plain on their way to the Bay of Bengal. Rivers here are regarded as goddesses, and are included in a number of Hindu and Buddhist religious rituals. You may be lucky to witness a river festival during your trip.

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Chitwan National Park is synonymous with some of the most rewarding and stimulating wildlife activities in Nepal. The park is approximately 1,000 sq. km. of sub-tropical lowland jungle, five hours by road from Kathmandu or a 25 minute flight. It is home to a multitude of wild animals including the Royal Bengal tiger and the endangered one horned Rhinoceros, native to Nepal of which there are less than 1,500 surviving. There have also been more than 420 species of birds recorded inside the park.

Most of our jungle itineraries include a stay at a lodge within the park of which there are only six. The accommodation is normally in double attached cottage style rooms. A typical package is based on a two night / three days stay. Activities include elephant safaris, canoeing, bird watching and nature Tours conducted by resident professional guides and naturalists.

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Joshua Simons and Katherine Burnett

England I would like to say a tremendous thank you for all of the support in making our visit to Nepal a tremendous success.
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Jan

Sandar and Myint

Myanmar All in all we enjoyed our trek and their accompanies much and satisfied with your arrangement. Thank you.

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    The Trisuli is the most easily accessible river and most popular rafting river. Trips here are normally for one or two days.The river is easily reached from either Kathmandu or Pokhara. The trip can also be extended into the Royal Chitwan National Park. This river is also popular with intermediate kayakers.Read More

  • Sun Koshi (River of Gold) has been classed as one of the ten best rafting rivers in the world. Big rapids, warm water, no roads or towns. Extraordinary scenery and great camping makes this a classic rafting journey. The most common start point on the Sunkosi is Dolalghat, a three hour drive east from Kathmandu. The Sun Kosi traverses the Mahabharat range and follows one of the main geological fault lines of the Himalayas. This is also an excellent trip for intermediate and advanced kayakers.
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  • A Kali Gandaki river trip first requires either a flight or drive from Kathmandu to Baglung. A typical trip could begin at Modibeni, at the confluence of the Kali Gandaki and the Modikhola. This expedition has everything, exciting rapids, sandy beaches, cascading waterfalls, gorges, wildlife and a feeling of remoteness.

    A beautiful unspoiled river with good white water, Kali Gandaki, is ideal for people wanting an exciting medium-length raft trip. It is also suitable for a self-sufficient kayak trip for intermediate and expert kayakers. We recommend combining this river expedition with a mountain trek beforehand. It’s also worth considering continuing down the lower Kali Gandaki (Ramdi-Narayanghat) to Chitwan National Park.Read More

  • The Karnali, Nepal’s mightiest river, descends the Himalayas through a series of magnificent gorges. In traditional Nepalese fashion dozens of porters carry equipment for two days as we trek to one of Nepal’s most isolated and least explored areas. Exceptional rafting through tropical jungles, deserted beaches and small villages. The trip takes 11 to12 days of real wild-river adventure. Take-out point is Chisapani, close to the newly opened Royal Bardia National Park, where an optional Wildlife Safari through largely untouched wilderness is possible.Read More

  • The short Seti River makes for an ideal introduction to rafting. This is a really pleasant and picturesque, one to three day trip with no big rapids but plenty of friendly small ones. From the put-in point at Damauli (2 hour drive from Pokhara), the Seti merges into the Trisuli on the second day. This trip offers beautiful mountain views of Annapurna South, Fish-tail and Lamjung Himal.Read More

  • Bhote Koshi is another beautiful mountain river. From Kathmandu, it takes only few hours to reach the usual put-in place at Bahrabise. We can arrange a day’s rafting at any degree of difficulty. Camp overnight on the river bank, and reach Dolalghat the next day to catch your vehicle back to Kathmandu. This is an ideal selection for those short of time.Read More

  • The Marsyangdi rises on the northern slopes of the Annapurna Himal, flows east through an arid valley around Manang, and then swings south to join the Trisuli River at Mugling. The Marsyangdi is the most exciting class iv-v white water in Nepal. A white knuckle trip from the time your paddle hits the water till your feet touch dry land so not for the faint hearted. It is also considered to be one of the most outstanding class iv kayaking rivers in the world. Continuous exhilarating white water with magnificent mountain backdrops.Read More

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