Short river trips take between one to three days. Some of these rafting trips involve less challenging white water and are perfectly suited to first time rafters and families, friends and some attract knowledgeable thrill-seekers with their outstanding white water.
Trishuli River: The classic river
the Trishuli is an familiarity not to be missed (class 3 to 4+ in high water). While you learn to handle the river’s well spaced, Rafting directly forward white water, a panorama of eye-catching gorges drifts quietly past. During the monsoon, the river promises a more challenging ride, with powerful rapids and whirlpools. Rafting/Kayaking on Trishuli river can easily be combined with a visit to Kathmandu, Chitwan National Park or Pokhara (Mountain valley).
Seti Khola: Warm and beautiful
Most of the year, Seti river (class 2 to 3+), famous for its dazzling scenery, is a gentle river attracting families, bird watchers, nature lovers and dreamers. However, during the monsoon, its swollen rapids prove an exciting test for experienced rafters and kayakers. The Seti is best River for learning kayak in Nepal.
Marshyangdi River: The raging river
Downward form looming Himalayan giants of famous Annapurna region, Marsyandi river passes through along the route of round Annapurna trekking, beautiful villages, guarding temples on the river bank with uninterrupted class 4 to 5- rapids. Under the watchful gaze of Annapurna's towering peaks. If it's adventure you seek, you'll find it on this trip with one day of easy trekking and 3 days of intense white water rafting on Marsyandi River.
Bhote Koshi River: The harmony of Tibet and the Himalayas
Bhote Koshi River Rafting/Kayaking trip is one of the best white water adventure in Nepal (class 4 to 5-). Your journey to the starting point takes you through the mountains, passing views of traditional Tibetan lifestyle. Once you’re on the river though, there is no time to stop and admire the scenery, as you and your fellow rafters negotiate some of the fastest and steepest rapids in Nepal. This true adventure can be rafted between Octobers to May.
Kali Gandaki River: River of God
Named after the much-revered Goddess Kali and descending from the deepest gorge in Asia, this fabulous Kali Gandaki river (class 3 to 4+) offers a mixture of astounding mountain views and pure adrenaline with a full immersion into the wilderness.
Along the way you will encounter culture at its simplest. If you’re lucky, traditional Magar and Chetri villagers will venture down to the riverbank to witness your journey through the remote mountain.