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Rafting in Nepal

Probably the most popular activity, after trekking, is rafting on the various rivers Nepal has to offer.

Nepal is home to eight out of the fourteen highest peaks in the world, and from these breath-taking heights, rivers crash down through the foothills, fed by monsoon rains and melting snow, on their way to the Great Plains of the Ganges.

On these rivers you will find the world's most thrilling white-water’s with a wide range of difficulties, warm water and bug free beaches for camping. All this makes a wealth of unlimited opportunities for great rafting & kayaking. Whether you are interested in a short, medium or long rafting experience, please see our Rafting & Kayaking page for more information about the various rivers and trips.

Safety

At Nepal Trek Adventures we believe safety to be of utmost importance when considering a refuting trip. For this reason we use only the most experienced guides and state of the art equipment, in order to make all trips a memorable, fulfilling, and above all, safe experience. It is

We will provide, on all trips professional guides and leadership, including kayak support teams, private ground transportation, porters and permits. We use only state-of-the-art Equipment: self-bailing rafts, life jackets, helmets and wetsuits on certain rivers, dry bags for gear, tents, and camera barrels. We also provide Tasty and carefully prepared western meals, rum punch, tea, coffee and snacks. We always offer a vegetarian option and can cater to special diets.

What you should bring

  • River sandals like Teas or Alps are the preferred footwear on the river. It is essential that all rafters have footwear that they can wear in the raft which will not come off in the event of a swim, as this is considered standard safety equipment. Old running shoes will also do.
  • Shorts or a swimming costume.
  • A sarong for women (a long piece of cloth wrapped around your waist) is another good option, and can be purchased cheaply in Nepal. This is invaluable for visiting villages and respecting local custom for dress.
  • A baseball style cap and good sunglasses are absolutely essential. Sunglasses should be equipped with a retaining device to keep them on your face where they belong.
  • Sunscreen (spf 15 or greater and waterproof) is essential, as well as lip balm

 

Kali Gandaki River Rafting

Kali Gandaki River Rafting

Named after the Hindu goddess of destruction, Kali, the river rises in Mustang, on the northern side of the Himalayan range. As ...
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Karnali River Rafting

Karnali River Rafting

The Karnali, Nepal's mightiest and pristine river, descends through the Himalayas in a series of magnificent gorges. In traditional......
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Marshyangdi River Rafting

Marshyangdi River Rafting

"Raging River Raft" in the local dialect aptly describes one of the best whitewater runs in the world. Only recently opened for ...
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Sun Koshi River Rafting

Sun Koshi River Rafting

This is the longest river trip offered in Nepal, traversing 270 km through the beautiful Mahabharat Range on its meandering
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Tamur River Rafting

Tamur River Rafting

The newly opened river in the eastern part of Nepal. The trip combines one of the best short Himalayan treks,amazing mountain ...
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Trishuli River Rafting

Trishuli River Rafting

The Trishuli is Nepal's most popular rafting river; easy access from Kathmandu and Pokhara, scenic valleys and impressive gorges,...
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Bhote Koshi River Rafting

Bhote Koshi River Rafting

"Nepal's steepest action packed rafting trip" If you have limited time, or just the desire for an adrenaline overload, this is ...
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