Trishuli River Rafting is Nepal's best rafting river stream which is famous among both Nepalese and foreigners. The Gorge of the Trishuli, simply three hour drive from Kathmandu is contained with exciting rapids, some easier sections and can be easily accessible from Pokhara and Chitwan too. The Trishuli River originating from the Langtang Himal is the best and well- known rivers for exploring a typical cross-section of the country's natural and ethno-cultural heritage along with a tremendous adrenaline rush on our world class white water thrills. On the way to Trishuli River Rafting, one can enjoy scenic valleys, terraced rice fields and impressive gorges.
Trishuli River white water rafting is thrilling, enjoyable and safe for people of all age group. It is a great short river trip with some spectacular rapids, gorgeous scenery, and a tranquil environment. The rapids become more intense during the monsoon period, fascinating a completely different group of rafters. Big bouncy waves, hefty holes, and tricky chutes all contribute to an exhilarating ride with a mix of II+ and III+ rapids, as well as some IV's in the post-monsoon season. SNELL'S NOSE, WOMEN DELIGHT, TEEN DEVI, UPSET, and SURPRISE RAPID are some of the notable rapids which we will encounter during our rafting adventure.
Drive approximately for 3 to 4 hours from Kathmandu to Baireni or Charaudi- the starting point which is about 85 km. After arriving at the rafting spot, relax for a while and carefully listen to the instructions given by the experienced rafting guide. As the adventure begins, it passes through a few class 2 or 3 rapids known as "LADISE DELIGHT", after then we make a stop for a lunch. After lunch, whitewater rafters hit "UPSET" and "SURPRISE", two class 2 and 3 rapids. Stop at Fishling for a cup of hot tea or coffee and some munchies. Overnight at a camp.
After an early morning breakfast, quickly pack up and be ready for the 2nd day's adventure. The rafting adventure gets hit by class 2 or 3 rapids known as "BIJILI RAPID" and "TEAPOT" before stopping for lunch. After that, the raft will depart from Simaltal and return back to Kathmandu/ Pokhara/ Chitwan.
What is Included?
Land transportation (bus/ hiace/ taxi, according to your choice)
Tented camp accommodati
Meals during the trip
Required rafting equipment, safety gears
Guide and other staffs as per requirements
First aid kit box
Government and service tax
What is Excluded?
Any kind of bar bills
Meals in Kathmandu
Any other things not mentioned in inclusion
The list below outlines the necessary items to be brought during the adventure.
Shorts or half pants
Warm clothes to wear in the evening after rafting
Sport sandals or comfortable shoes that can get wet and will stay on your feet
Cash for treats, tips and the occasional chance for photographs