White Water Rafting
Nepal's dramatic Himalayan glaciers feed some of the most challenging and beautiful rivers in the world for White Water Rafting. Raft down the worlds deepest gorges from the world's highest mountains in an abundance of warm water as the rivers drift the adventurer past mountain scenery, terraced villages and huge white-sand beaches for camping. Rafting is the one of the best ways to explore the typical cross section of natural as well as ethno-cultural heritage of the country. Nepal offers some of the most exciting and fearsome river rafting and kayaking adventures in the world. Sections of reflective serenity and moments of exhilaration make Nepal river rafting a great addition to any trek. There is a wide choice of trips graded in difficulty on an international scale from Class 1 to 6, with class one being easy moving water and class 6 being hazardous to life. A thrilling range of excitement comes in between! The Trisuli offers an easy, fun-packed experience or for those looking for the ultimate adrenaline rush, the Karnali, Bhote Koshi, Sun Koshi, Kali Gandaki, rivers offer a more extreme adventure. Short trips within close proximity to Kathmandu and Pokhara run one-to-three days duration. Longer trips in the Karnali, Sun Koshi, Tamur, and Bheri rivers offer complete wilderness, world class rapids and extreme adventure with ultimate adrenaline rush.
Kayaking is another popular sport in Nepal. Almost 15% of all the tourists visiting Nepal take part in these sports. The Lower Bhotekosi, Seti and Lower Kali Gandaki are popular rivers for learning to kayak, which in Nepal is a cultural, wilderness and learning experience all rolled into one. With expert instructors, low ratios, new equipment and perception kayaks, your opportunities to learn are endless. 'The most perfect stepping stone to kayaking anywhere.' Our introductory course requires no previous experience, just a sense of adventure