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White Water Rafting

Nepal is a country very popular for one of the important natural resource, Water. We have numerous waterfalls and rivers in different size. For rafting, it is easy to find the river of your choice in Nepal.

Depending upon the difficulties, rivers are divided into easy, moderate and dangerous category according to their size, intensity and the difficulty for navigation and rescue attempts. Nepal’s river’s size changes with the season. The volume of water increases after the monsoon rain and it changes the nature of rapids. It creates new rapids and sometimes it makes it very difficult and some even become next to impossible to navigate.

Rafting can vary from 1 day trip to 14 days trip. 1 to 4 days trips is categorized as short trips and 4 days and longer is categorized as long trips.  In short trips, generally it is easy rapids and is suited for first timers and families. Long trips includes short treks as well. Sometimes, local porters are hired to help the rafter to carry their belongings as well as the rafting equipments.

 

River name

Days

Months

Water volume

Difficulty Grade

Trishuli

 

 

1-3

 

 

Sept-Dec

300 cumecs

3

Jan-May

200 cumecs

3

June- Aug

450 cumecs

4

Bhotekoshi

 

1-2

 

Oct-Dec

400 cumecs

5

Jan- May 40 cumecs 4

Jun-Aug

180 cumecs

4

Arun

 

 

5-6

 

 

Sept-Dec

300 cumecs

5

Jan-May

200 cumecs

4

June- Aug

450 cumecs

5

Karnali

 

 

6-7

 

 

Sept-Dec

300 cumecs

5

Jan-May

200 cumecs

4

June- Aug

450 cumecs

5

Tamur

 

 

3

 

 

Sept-Dec

300 cumecs

5

Jan-May

200 cumecs

4

June- Aug

450 cumecs

5

Seti

 

 

2

 

 

Sept-Dec

300 cumecs

5

Jan-May

200 cumecs

4

June- Aug

450 cumecs

5

Bheri

 

4

 

Sept-Dec

 

5

Feb-May

 

4

Kali Gandaki

 

 

3

 

 

Sept-Dec

300 cumecs

5

Jan-May

200 cumecs

4

June- Aug

450 cumecs

5

Sunkoshi

 

 

10-11

 

 

Sept-Dec

300 cumecs

5

Jan-May

200 cumecs

4

June- Aug

450 cumecs

5

 

 

Things you need to bring for the trip

  • For Rafting: shorts- half pant, T-shirts (long sleep for sun protection), swim wear, Sun Cap/Glass/Cream, personal water bottle, a pair of river sandals.
  • For Camping: Personal sleeping bag, lightweight shirts, Trouser/pant, under garments, socks, towel, light shoes, warm pullovers, flash light, personal toiletries, camera, reading and writing materials, medication recommended by your doctor.

 


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