About Rafting in Nepal
Having expert professional guides with countless experience with motto rafting is our passion we live, breath and sleep white water we organize different kind of Rafting in Nepal.
Rafting in Nepal is a unique way of traversing Nepal's geographical setting and rich culture. Whatever desire for adventure, it is easy to find the perfect river in Nepal.
With a wide range of difficulties from a gentle 2-day float down the Seti River, rapids of the remote Tamur and Karnali, there is an experience for everyone waiting in Nepal's famous white waters.
White water rafting in Nepal is often praised by dictums like “River Runner's Paradise” or “Blissful Escapism”. Nepal is dream destination of rafting and kayaking experts.
White Water Rafting in Nepal is to drift down the rivers coming from the melting glaciers and flow adrift into the maze of hills with terrific culture, wildlife and pristine beaches away from road.
Nepal's rivers change with the seasons. Each year, after the heavy monsoon rains the water to an exhilarating 10-day adventure through theirs swell, changing the run of the rivers and the nature of the rapids. New rapids are created; others become more difficult and some simply impossible to navigate. It is important to remember that some of the white water action you are about to read about could have changed by the time you come to run the river. we are constantly monitoring changes in the rivers and their rapids, so that we can always ensure the safety of our clients and plan expeditions with precision..
Nepal Trekking Pass Whole Sale Rafting Operator organize short river rafting in different river which is one and four days and do not involve any trekking & Jungle Safari. It is suitable for those who is doing first time rafting and families.
Our longer trips take you into some of Nepal's most remote areas. Often they begin with short treks to the river. On these treks we employ local porters to carry our gear and supplies, so all you need to carry are your own personal belongings.
Many of our long trips finish close to some of our less easily accessible National Parks and Wildlife Reserves (the Karnali trip actually finishes in the Bardia National Park). So you may wish to combine your rafting trip with a safari adventure and go in search of our native tigers, bears and rhinos!