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Rafting
Nepal Wildlife Holidays

Nepal is famed for the world’s best rivers for white-water adventures. Second to mountain expeditions, river rafting provides the ultimate adrenaline rush. The journey is centred on torrential rivers on inflatable rafts. People who choose not to engage in rigorous adventures like mountaineering and trekking opt for river rafting on the scenic Himalayan rivers to satisfy their thirst for adventure. This is comparatively cheaper and easier. Sitting on a raft you can observe the village life, vibrant and diverse flora and fauna and stunning mountain landscape.

There are very few countries in the world that can offer such rafting experiences combined with spectacular rural scenery, rushing torrents, tropical forests and with stunning mountain vistas as the backdrop. Such combinations make Nepal the ultimate in river rafting. No other country on the planet has rivers with warm water, sub tropical climate and wide sandy beaches that provide excellent camping sites on the banks. A full day trip lasts for approximately 5 hours. This gives one ample time for photography, changing wet clothes, intermingling with locals, toilet visits, etc.

The rafting adventures are graded on a scale of one to six with one being likened to a swimming pool and six highly challenging professional runs or deemed nearly impossible to negotiate. A reasonably fit individual who has no fear of water can easily embark on such rafting trips graded 1 to 3.

Trisuli River Rafting

Trisuli River Rafting

 Trisuli River Rafting The name of the river is derived from Shiva’s Trident, which is a weapon known as Trisul. This river originates from the famous mountain Langtang (7246m). Being the most easily accessible, this river is the most visited destination by the rafters. Trips are available from 1 day to 3 days. The long trip ends near the Royal Chitwan National Park, w

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Tamur River Rafting

Tamur River Rafting

 Tamur River Rafting The Tamur River situated in the eastern part of Nepal is fed by the water draining down from Mount Kanchenjunga. It has thrilling grade 4 and 5 rapids and ensure a complete rafting experience. This trip is ideally suited for adventure seekers as it begins with a brief flight to Biratnagar in the plains, a long drive and a four day trek to reach the

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Sun Koshi Tamur River Expedition

The River of Gold' Mt. Everest region (11 days)

Sun Koshi Tamur River Expedition This adventure packed journey is rated among the world’s top ten river journeys. The constantly changing scenery ensures that everyday is full of anticipation of Himalayan wonders. The initial part of the journey offers stunning mountain vistas, open valleys, lush green forests and charming Nepali villages. The concluding part of the trip takes y

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Seti River Rafting

Family Classic Wildness & Warm water course

 Seti River Rafting This magnificent river winds its way down picturesque scenery, lush forests, green valleys and hills. The warm and enchanting river is a haven for birdlife and other Himalayan flora and fauna and is recommended for ornithologists, ordinary bird watchers and naturalists.

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Rafting in Nepal with Nepaltours

Rafting in Nepal with Nepaltours

 Rafting in Nepal with Nepaltours The upper Seti River when it is at high flow makes for an excellent day trip. Trips run in Mid September to end of November ( class 3+ ). We provide you private transportation, a day rafting package with lunch.

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Marshyangdi River

Marshyangdi River

 Marshyangdi River The Marshyangdi river has its origins on the northern slopes of the Annapurna Himal and flows eastwards through a barren valley around Manang and winds down to join the Trisuli River at Mugling. In the local dialect, Marshyangdi translates to “raging river” and this is an apt description for the river. Some parts of the river above Ngadi have

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Karnali River "10-day Wild-west Classic"

Karnali River "10-day Wild-west Classic"

 Karnali River The longest and largest river in Nepal, the Karnali with all its tributaries, is responsible for draining most of the Far Western region of Nepal; also dubbed the “Far West”. The area in this region is largely wild and sparsely inhabited with some of the most unspoilt jungle scenery and an abundance of diverse wildlife.

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Kali Gandaki River Rafting

Kali Gandaki River Rafting

Kali Gandaki River Rafting This is one of the most well known rivers in Nepal which has its origin in Mustang which is an enclave of Nepal jutting into Tibet on the other side of the Himalayas. Over here, the river winds through flat, arid and open valley and cuts through one of the deepest gorges in the world between Dhaulagiri (81677 m ) to the west and Annapurna (8091 m )

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Bhote Koshi River "2 day Adrenaline Action from Tibet"

Bhote Koshi River "2 day Adrenaline Action from Tibet"

 Bhote Koshi River The term “Bhote Koshi” roughly translates to “Tibetan River” or “River from Tibet”; there are, therefore, numerous rivers in Nepal with the same name. The Bhote Koshi is the main branch of the Sun Koshi River. The Araniko Highway follows the river and is therefore, easily accessible and scouting relatively easy. The upper reaches or val

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Bheri River Rafting & Fishing Trips

Bheri River Rafting & Fishing Trips

 Bheri River Rafting & Fishing Trips The Bheri river is a prime river that passes through a wide valley flowing west to join the Karnali river just before it cuts through the Chure Hills and then disgorges into the plains of the terai and flows into the Bardia National Park.

About twenty or so odd years ago, this area was inhabited by the local nomadic tribe known as the “R

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