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White Water Rafting
Nepal, the land replete with mighty rivers offers the most enchanting and adventurous rafting experience in the world. No other country has such a choice of trips on wild rivers with warm water, a subtropical climate, and huge white-sand beaches that are ideal for camping. Rivers are graded for difficulty on an international scale from Class 1 defined as easy-moving water with few obstacles, and Class 6 being considered nearly impossible to negotiate and a hazard to life. As long as people are in reasonable physical condition and aren’t afraid of water they could safely go for rafting on rivers with gradings from Class 1 to 3. For more difficult and exciting Class 4and 5 rivers, people should be active, confident in water, and preferably having some rafting experience.
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One of the top ten best rivers in the world: Sun Koshi River is an ideal destination for pursuing a classic white water rafting trip in Nepal. Also popularly known as "Golden River", Sun Kosi is the longest river cascading 270 km through Mahabharat Lekh Mountains to the Himalaya. Journeying through this torrential river on an inflatable rubber boat with life-jackets on, we have nature accompany us all along the river trip bestowing ample opportunity to witness exotic wildlife in its natural habitat. Besides this sheer awe-inspiring whitewater rafting against roaring rapids from put-in point below the Village of Lamosangu to
The steepest river in Nepal Kali Gandaki which is a sacred river named after Kali, a Hindu goddess. Starting from Mustang glacier, this beckoning river flows down to Muktinath between Dhaulagiri & Annapurna Mountains. It has Nepal’s most challenging river runs making it the largest untapped whitewater potential in the world. There are many cremation sites and burial mounds on its river bank. Kali Gandaki Expedition is a sheer delightful invitation to all rafters from novice to the most intrepid of adventurers. This rafting trip begins from put-in site at Nayapul and concludes at Ramdighat with a drive from Pokhara to
Trishuli River originates from Gandaki river system and mixes with other rivers like Bheri River, Marsyangdi River and Seti River as it flows ahead. It is widely acknowledged for its most culturally stimulating and exciting river trips in the world. Rafting along the challenging rapids of Trisuli River like Twin Rock, Ladies Delight and Scout Upset can be extremely mind-blowing experience.During this meticulously organized river trip, you journey through the most scenic and secluded miles featuring incredibly blue water, breath-taking alpine scenery and amazing rapids cutting through some of the most varied geology. You also get to enjoy luxurious camps