White Water Rafting
Rafting in Nepal is one of the best options for adventure seekers who wish to explore Nepal in an exciting and novel manner. Regardless, if you are a seasoned expert or a whitewater enthusiast, rafting on the Himalayan Rivers is special and thrilling. Rafting is not only guarantees you an exhilarating experience but also offers you the chance to appreciate the natural beauty of the remote regions of Nepal which otherwise would have been inaccessible to tourists.
Nepal is blessed with an amazing diversity of rivers. Nepal has many rivers for you to explore: Trishuli River (rafting for 1 up to 3 days), Seti River (rafting trip 2 days), Bhote Koshi River (rafting 2 days), Kali Gandaki River (rafting 3 days), Marsyandi River (rafting/kayaking 4 days), Sun Koshi River (rafting 7 to 9 days), Arun River (rafting adventure 9 days), Karnali River (whitewater rafting 10 days), Tamur River (rafting adventure 11 days). On these rivers you will find the world's most thrilling whitewater with a wide range of difficulties. All this makes a wealth of unlimited opportunities for great river rafting, kayaking, climbing, mountaineering, biking, hiking and ever popular trekking adventures in Nepal. Nepal has something to offer to everyone.
Nepal Environmental Trekking provides complete rafting trips in all the above mentioned rivers. We have decade of experience in organizing rafting trips, and we have successfully arranged rafting trips to clients from around the world.
Rafting in the Kali Gandaki river offers any adventure enthusiast an exhilarating experience with the scenic beauty of the region as an added treat. Originating from the Mustang region Kali Gandaki river rushes down between the Dhaulagiri and the Annapurna ranges to carve out one of the world’s deepest gorges.
Here you can enjoy one of the finest big volume rafting and kayaking trips in Nepal and definitely the best combination trip of trekking, white water rafting and wilderness. The Karnali is Nepal's longest and largest river and with its tributaries, it drains most of the Far West of Nepal. The rapids are also pretty wild, with the river building to its climax in these lower
The Bhotekosi is best described as a liquid rush! As steep as it gets with constant rapids, this two-day trip is a full body workout and the skill and determination of the paddle crew is tested to the limit. The Bhotekosi roughly translated as 'river from Tibet', although little more than a mountain stream has one of the steepest gradients of any raftable river in Nepal.