Rafting in Nepal – Paddling with the rapids of Himalayan Rivers

Rafting in Nepal – Paddling with the rapids of Himalayan Rivers

Posted Oct 5th, 2015 under Travel Guide,

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Rivers that originated from the “Mighty Himalayas” are awesome spectrums for adventure lovers and adrenaline junkies from all over the globe.Nepal has earned its reputation for being a supreme white water rafting and kayaking destination in the world.  Very few Rafting destinations in the world can match the thundering liquid highways that carve their ways out to plains through amazing Himalaya terrains. The rivers twist and turn through canyon and the calm valleys catering awesome white water thrills with the view of the Himalayan vistas making the experience even better. Rafting in Nepal is a chance to explore some of the most beautiful and unknown aspects of the country, which include natural heritages and cultural diversity apart from the thrilling adventure in the liquid highways.

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Trishuli, Seti, Kali Gandaki, Bhotekoshi, Sunkoshi, Karnali, Marshyangdi, Arun, Tamur are the famous rivers which has been hosting the river activities for decades. These difficulty level in these rivers are classified on the basis of the river torrents and the challenging river rapids . These rivers can host novice as well as professional Rafters and kayakers. September, October, November, early December, March, April, May, and early Juneare good months for rafting in the in Himalayan rivers of Nepal. Rafting is also said to be the thrilling highlights of the trip to Nepal.

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