Rafting In Nepal

Bhotekoshi River

Kali Gandaki River

Karnali River

Marshyangdi River

Seti River

Sunkoshi River

Trishuli River

 
 

 
     

Bhotekoshi River

 

Bhote Koshi is the beautiful for adventure trip with very steep and basically non-stop mountain river only 3 hours drives from Kathmandu offering tow days of intense and challenging river activity. You are beginning to understand what this great trip in Nepal offers you nothing less than the ride of a lifetime. If you have never rafted before and if you have limited time but desire an adrenaline overload, then this is a perfect introductory trip package for you because of the Bhote Koshi is probably the most exciting short rafting trip in Nepal and best white water adventure in the world has been variously described as:

"Like a pin-ball Machine-and you' re the ball"
"Like being flushed down on open air toilet"
"Expedition River" etc.

With the adventure of Bhote Koshi you also get the chance to observe emerald green fields are terraced high above the river on precipitous slopes, curious villagers lining suspension bridges are amazed as we plunge through cascading waves and chutes of foam. Visiting an ancient culture, trek in the awe inspiring Himalayas and get a tan - yep the weather is sunny! We love the excitement of this trip and it really is the best available in whitewater fun. The rapids here are a solid class IV- V at high flow, and a more classic III at lower levels.

BEST FOR RAFTING
February, March, April, October and November are considered to be the best time for rafting as the water level is not very high and the weather is nice and pleasant. June, July, August and September are the monsoon period in Nepal and hence the water level is very high with strong current and massive waves.

December & January are our winter months and can be quite cold especially when wet.

 
     
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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