Great Wall Nepal Pvt. Ltd. | Rafting

White Water River Rafting in Nepal

Best Month: Jan-Jun/ Sep-Dec

We organise rafting tours in and around the Trishuli River. The Trishuli River is considered as one of the most popular raftable rivers in Nepal. It is easy accessible from Kathmandu by road. After having rafted one can continue the journey to Chitwan National Park or Pokhara from here. This river is good for a short rafting trip without high risk and challenges of big, fast and dangerous rapids. We offer rafting trips which take up till 4 hours. The surrounding area has a beautiful scenery, a peaceful environment and one can observe wonderful local cultural activities. In the monsoon season, the water level rises and so the strength of the rapids increases and attracts the more adventurous rafters to challenge the river which guarantees a high level of adrenaline. After having rafted one can continue the journey to Chitwan National Park or Pokhara from here.

We offer the following Equipment and Services for the full board trip
Whitewater safety helmet, plastic paddle, self-bailing inflatable raft, neoprene-wetsuit, PFD-lifejacket, Dry top Jacket, Waterproof Barrel for camera and valuables things, Dry bag, First-Aid Kits and Tents and sleeping mat(in case of an overnight trip), other necessary camping gear cooking utensils, hygienically prepared food and drinks.

Clients need to bring:
River gear: shorts- half pant, T-shirts (long sleeve for sun protection), swim wear, Sun Cap/Glass/Cream, personal water bottle, a pair of river sandals camera etc.

The price includes transportation to and from the rafting location, porters and permits, instructor and anexperienced river guide

Currently we have the following rafting tours available:

River Rafting in Nepal

River Rafting In Nepal in NepalNepal is country of Himalayas and it has plenty of snow -melt mountain rivers. Commercial Rafting has become a very popular adventure sports in Nepal. There are many rivers suitable for rafting , out of which river Sunkoshi has been rated as the world's top 10 rafting rivers by Adventure Travel Magazine. Rafting sports is highly dependent on season. Monsoon is the worst time for rafting as conditions are damp, trails are muddy and rivers are often too high. From October when the monsoon ends, the conditions are perfect. The weather is superb, the scenery is green. Spring is best season for rafting as the weather is warmer and the melting snow means fast- flowing water.

 

Trishuli River Rafting 1-3 days

Best Month: Jan-Jun/ Sep-Dec

Rafting on the TrishuliThe Trishuli River is considered as one of the most popular commercial raftable rivers in Nepal. It is easily accessible from Kathmandu by road. After rafting one can continue journey to Chitwan National Park or Pokhara. This river is good for a short rafting trip without risk and challenge of big rapids. The surrounding area is abundant with beautiful scenery, peaceful environment and one can observe wonderful local cultural activities. In the monsoon season, water volume level rises up so the strength of the rapids increases and attracts rafters to challenge with its real adrenaline. The river flows down through massive gorges towards southern direction and it cut its way through the 2000-meter high Mahabharat Range of mid-hill then leaves it when it spreads out over the great plain of the Ganges of Indian plate.» Read More

Bhote Koshi River Rafting 2 Days

Best Month: Jan-Jun/ Sep-Dec
Rafting on the Botekoshi This river flows from Tibet to Nepal and is popularly called by the name Bhote in Nepali. It is the main branch of the river Sunkoshi and the upper Bhote Koshi ends just after Barbisae where the Sun Koshi joins as a stream from the left. The rafting starts from the lower Bhote Koshi near by the Lamasangu. This river is very steep and flows through scenic gorges of the upper valley above Barhabise. The rafting point in is easily accessible by road from Kathmandu and can be combined with the trip to Tibet or short trek around in Nepal.» Read More


Kaligandaki River Rafting 3 Days

Best Month: Jan-Jun/ Sep-Dec
Rafting on the Kaligandaki The Kali Gandaki River is one of the major tributaries of Gandaki river system in mid-west of Nepal. The river flows from the Himalayan range of Tibetan plateau cutting the valley of Annapurna (8091m) and Dhaulagiri (8167m) massif forming deepest gorge in the world. The Kali Gandaki river valley route is also known as oldest trading route and holy pilgrimage trail to the Muktinath. The beautiful sceneries, tumbling waterfalls and grate challenging rapids attract the many whitewater enthusiasts to encounter once upon a time for their rafting experience. This holy river is ideal for medium length wildness expedition and a reward for bird watching and wildlife.» Read More

Marshyangdi River Rafting 3 to 4 Days:

Best Month: Jan-Jun/ Sep-Dec
The Marshyangdi river rises on the northern slopes of the Annapurna Himal flows east through an arid valley around Manang and then swing south to join the Trisuli river at Mugling. The scenery is magnificent with every bend of the river opening up fresh vistas of some of the world’s highest mountains and green valleys. Rapids are steep, technical and demanding. It will be a real adventure for adventure seekers to make the rafting trip for 2 to 3 days day combining with 1 day easy trek.» Read More