Rafting in Nepal
Nepal is home of the highest mountain peak of the world, Mount Everest including eight out of the fourteen highest peaks. From these amazing heights, rivers smash down through the foothills, aided by rains and dissolving snow, on their route to the Ganges. Nepal is extremely acclaimed for high current White River, which is one of the best for river runners. That is the reason why numerous raft lover accepts that Nepal is rafter’s paradise.
Trishuli River, Seti River, Bhote Koshi River, Kali Gandaki River, Marsyandi River, Sun Koshi River, Arun River, Karnali River, Tamur River are the list of the rivers included for Rafting in Nepal . These significant rivers are the best on the planet for river rafting sports with numerous rapids that challenge the soul and spirit of the rafters. Most of these rivers flows from Tibet via the Himalayas and pass down the southern flatland of Terai in Nepal. Rafting in Nepal is an exhilarating experience in Nepal’s Himalayan snow-nourished rivers combined with exploration of ancient cultures, unspoiled scenes and thrills of rapid rivers. A combination of experiences are available on rafting expeditions like kayaking, climbing, mountaineering, biking, hiking, trekking and the rich wildlife of Nepal’s lowland national parks.
We always feel glad to share our superb nation, society and our numerous years of experience in this field with you and give you an incredible chance to explore the remote farmland.
Our Guides and Equipment:
Our rafting guides have been experienced and overall prepared for providing the rafting trips in Nepal with full of fun and safety. The rafts are rowed by expert river guides who are likewise prepared in emergency treatments like first aid, resuscitation and white-water safeguard procedures. We arrange our rafting excursions with high quality foreign made rafts made from heavy gauge material. Each raft consists of six to nine individual compartments that are exceptionally intended for safety. Life jackets, waterproof bags, are provided for each guest along with camping equipment.
The best months for river rafting in Nepal are late September until early December, and then again from mid-February until May. In late August and late May, the rivers can be extremely high with monsoon run off. Any attempts at this time require a very experienced guide and strong rafters. From October the rivers are settled and this is the most popular time for rafting in Nepal. The spring season of March until mid-May has lower flows to begin with, which generally means that the rapids are not that powerful. The rivers come up again with pre-monsoon melts and snow melts. From June to August the monsoon rains arrive and the rivers hold 10 times their low flow.