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Trishuli river rafting - (2 Days )

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Trishuli river rafting

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Price 1000 USD
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  • Overview
  • Duration 2 Days Group Size Min 1 Pax
    Grade moderate Max Altitude
    Starting Point Kathmandu Ending Point Kathmandu
    Accommodation
    Meals
    Transportation

    It is the most popular and enchanting rafting river in Nepal; easy to access from Kathmandu and Pokhara. During the monsoon, rafting on this river is one of the most exciting activities you can do in Nepal. This rafting trip offers you scenic villages, attractive gorges, exhilarating rapids and easy sections of river for swimming and relaxing. 

    During the monsoon the river swells to its peak and offers brilliant white water action just a stone’s throw away from Kathmandu. This will satisfy the most adventurous white water enthusiasts. The Trishuli River roars its way through scenic gorges and an impressive valley on its way to the plains.

    Though this river can be rafted at most times of the year, during the monsoon it transforms itself into a swollen torrent of raging white water. It creates an exciting and heart pounding adventure when the river is running high and wild. It is surely a trip not to be missed. Outside the monsoon this river is also highly suited for rafting with families and is ideal for first time rafters.

  • Detail Itinerary
    • Day 1 Kathmandu or Pokhara to Charaudi

      Driving time: 3 to 4 hours from Kathmandu


      We will travel from Kathmandu or Pokhara to the rafting starting point at Charaudi by bus or Micro-Van to meet our raft crew where the leader will brief you about safety procedures. During your rafting experience you will encounter several large and small rapids but the main interest is between Majhimtar and the ‘Upset’ rapid. According to the Colorado River rating scale this rapid has been rated from 3 to 4. All tricky rapids bear Nepali names as well as descriptive names, which you will be told by your rafting guide.

      Lunch will be taken beside the river just before going through the ‘Upset’ rapids. Shortly after lunch we will encounter another rapid known as ‘Surprise’. It is indeed, for the current accelerates and the rapids increase in size and frequency. We camp overnight at Kuringhat.

    • Day 2 Rafting continues

      After breakfast, we will continue rafting, encountering ‘Mugling’ and ‘Simaltal’ rapids and pass the Marshyangdi River, which has flowed down from the Manang valley. This concludes your white water rafting experience with Malung Treks; then return to Kathmandu or Pokhara

  • Trip Includes/Excludes
    • 1. Local transportation by land 
    • 2. All necessary rafting equipment i.e. self bailing rafts
    • 3. Helmets, life jackets, plastic paddles and spray jackets etc.
    • 4. Well trained and highly experienced rafting guides, cooks, and other support staff
    • 5. All necessary Permits 
    • 6. Breakfast, lunch and dinner 
    • 7. Staff: guide, guide’s assistant, cook, cook’s assistant, porters 
    • 8. Staff insurance 
    • 9. Accommodation in 2 person tent during rafting period
    • 10. All staff salary and meals etc.
    • 1. Personal equipment for Rafting
    • 2. Personal Insurance for travel to Nepal
    • 3. Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu
    • 4. Emergency rescue evacuation
    • 5. Personal expenses
    • 6. Gratuities (tips)
    • 7. Bar bills and Mineral water during the trip
  • Departure Dates
  • No departure dates as of now
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Overview

Duration 2 Days Group Size Min 1 Pax
Grade moderate Max Altitude
Starting Point Kathmandu Ending Point Kathmandu
Accommodation
Meals
Transportation

It is the most popular and enchanting rafting river in Nepal; easy to access from Kathmandu and Pokhara. During the monsoon, rafting on this river is one of the most exciting activities you can do in Nepal. This rafting trip offers you scenic villages, attractive gorges, exhilarating rapids and easy sections of river for swimming and relaxing. 

During the monsoon the river swells to its peak and offers brilliant white water action just a stone’s throw away from Kathmandu. This will satisfy the most adventurous white water enthusiasts. The Trishuli River roars its way through scenic gorges and an impressive valley on its way to the plains.

Though this river can be rafted at most times of the year, during the monsoon it transforms itself into a swollen torrent of raging white water. It creates an exciting and heart pounding adventure when the river is running high and wild. It is surely a trip not to be missed. Outside the monsoon this river is also highly suited for rafting with families and is ideal for first time rafters.

Detail Itinerary

  • Day 1 Kathmandu or Pokhara to Charaudi

    Driving time: 3 to 4 hours from Kathmandu


    We will travel from Kathmandu or Pokhara to the rafting starting point at Charaudi by bus or Micro-Van to meet our raft crew where the leader will brief you about safety procedures. During your rafting experience you will encounter several large and small rapids but the main interest is between Majhimtar and the ‘Upset’ rapid. According to the Colorado River rating scale this rapid has been rated from 3 to 4. All tricky rapids bear Nepali names as well as descriptive names, which you will be told by your rafting guide.

    Lunch will be taken beside the river just before going through the ‘Upset’ rapids. Shortly after lunch we will encounter another rapid known as ‘Surprise’. It is indeed, for the current accelerates and the rapids increase in size and frequency. We camp overnight at Kuringhat.

  • Day 2 Rafting continues

    After breakfast, we will continue rafting, encountering ‘Mugling’ and ‘Simaltal’ rapids and pass the Marshyangdi River, which has flowed down from the Manang valley. This concludes your white water rafting experience with Malung Treks; then return to Kathmandu or Pokhara

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Departure

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Trip Includes/ Excludes

  • 1. Local transportation by land 
  • 2. All necessary rafting equipment i.e. self bailing rafts
  • 3. Helmets, life jackets, plastic paddles and spray jackets etc.
  • 4. Well trained and highly experienced rafting guides, cooks, and other support staff
  • 5. All necessary Permits 
  • 6. Breakfast, lunch and dinner 
  • 7. Staff: guide, guide’s assistant, cook, cook’s assistant, porters 
  • 8. Staff insurance 
  • 9. Accommodation in 2 person tent during rafting period
  • 10. All staff salary and meals etc.
  • 1. Personal equipment for Rafting
  • 2. Personal Insurance for travel to Nepal
  • 3. Lunch & dinner in Kathmandu
  • 4. Emergency rescue evacuation
  • 5. Personal expenses
  • 6. Gratuities (tips)
  • 7. Bar bills and Mineral water during the trip

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