Rafting in Nepal

World's outstanding whitewater river rafting in Nepal

Cruise down the gushing waters of river or kayak over fast-moving water for the excitement of a lifetime. Nepal white water rafting can be experienced as a short 2 day excursion, or in the style of an expedition where we walk in for two days and then paddle a distance of 150 km or more over a period of two weeks. Almost every trek or cultural tour in Nepal or Tibet can be round off with rafting or can be combined with a wildlife safari trip. Our river rafting are designed perfectly for novices and families to ultimate thrill-seekers.

  • sun koshi river rafting Nepal

    Sun Koshi River Rafting

    10 Days

    Known as “Golden River", Sun Kosi is the longest river cascading 270 km through the Himalaya. Sun Kosi rafting is ideal for classic whitewater rafting in Nepal.

  • Kali Gandaki Rafting

    Kali Gandaki River Rafting

    4 Days

    Kali Gandaki river flows from Mustang glacier down to Muktinath between Dhaulagiri & Annapurna. This challenging white water rafting runs class III to IV+ rapids.

  • Bhote Koshi River Rafting

    Bhote Koshi River Rafting

    3 Days

    Bhote Kosi river rafting is ideal short whitewater adventure. The rafting gets to class IV- V rapids and later mellows into continuous streams creating class III rapid.

  • Rafting in Trishuli River

    Trishuli River Rafting

    1 to 3 Days

    Rafting along the challenging rapids of Trisuli River like Twin Rock, Ladies Delight and Scout Upset can be a mind-blowing experience - one of the best!

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