The Karnali River is the longest and the largest in Nepal, originating from Mount Kailash in Tibet. The 180 km long river flows from Tibet into the south in Nepal. The River is one of the most popular rafting destinations for both the rafters and the guides since it provides a spectacular white-water roller coaster experience. The river flows into pristine jungle areas teeming with wildlife, birds, and fish.
The Karnali River Rafting is one of the best rafting trips in Nepal, taking place on the country's longest and largest river, the Karnali boasts wild rapids excellent for rafting, kayaking, fishing, and wildlife safari.
Karnali, popularly known as the "Wild West", has seen an increase in tourism as a result of its unique natural beauty and purely natural environment. The rapids, which occur due to the tiny gorges and torrent of fast-flowing water will take your breath away and fill you with excitement as you participate in this thrilling adventure. The rafting trip is a long yet rewarding experience that every traveler hopes to have. While rafting, you will see the breathtaking view of Nepal while encountering a pristine environment and its beauties and diversity in flora and fauna, as well as the significant structural monument of this place. This thrilling adventure, which takes place in the extreme west of Nepal, begins in Sauli and ends in Chisapani.
This Karnali River Rafting is suitable for those looking for a more unique experience in Nepal with stunning landscapes and exciting river activity.
After breakfast, we will continue our journey to Dungeshwar, the Karnali put-in point (5 hours). This portion of the road is still undeveloped, with picturesque villages and farms. After lunch, we will go on a short rafting trip to set up a camp at the bank of Karnali. Overnight at a tented camp.
The river provides the squad with time to organize. The rapids and water flow allow us to learn from our mistakes. But still, we will manage to get at least one great class IV rapid in. Overnight at a tented camp.
When people think of Himalayan water, this is the kind of day that comes to mind. It's massive and ongoing. The Jungle Corridor is where we go. It's all ours, this shrinking jungle-clad gorge. When the guide says "all forward", he means it! Enjoy the journey for the entire day and camp in this breathtaking location. Overnight in a tented camp.
As we exit the gorge, the rapids begin to fade. We cross through the Seti River's junction, where the river widens. Today and the next day and a half are free to relax and enjoy the journey while taking in the sights of the countryside and communities you pass through. You've probably seen the safety kayakers in action and been inspired, so ask the guides for some supervised instruction, or take control of the raft and learn about the river.
Around lunchtime, we arrive at the end of our rafting journey, where our bus will be waiting to pick us up. Those who have reserved a trip to Bardia National Park (highly recommended) will also be picked up from the same location