Trishuli River Rafting

Trishuli River Rafting
Trishuli River Rafting
Starts from US$ 0 p/p
  1. 2 Days
  2. Moderate to Strenuous

Destination: Nepal

Group Size: 1 (Minimum)

Best Time: Jan-May, Oct-Dec

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Cutting its way through the high Mahabharata range and passing through some truly impressive gorges Trishuli river rafting offers an excellent adventure trip for those who are looking for a short river trip, with some exciting and thrilling rapids but without the challenges of huge rapids along with the beautiful and heartwarming scenery and serene environment. This river attracts a different set of rafters during the monsoon season as the volume of water and the intensity of rapid increases to greater extent making it ideal for those seeking for an exciting trip!!!!

Trishuli river rafting offers the view of small but impressive gorges along with the short view of cable car leading to the famous Hindu Temple of Goddess Manakamana. The starting point of this rafting is located just 3-3.5 hour drive west from the Kathmandu. It is considered as an ideal trip by most of the people as it is easily reachable from Kathmandu, the time length of the trip is just right and the rapids are exciting and adventurous without being too dangerous or too difficult.

Originating from the Gosaikunda region and flowing in big, bouncy but relatively safe flips Trishuli River provides you life time opportunity to experience the magnificent views of serene beaches and rugged scenery along with the adventurous raft.

So…. If you are searching for a perfect destination for your weekend holidays then undoubtedly Trishuli river rafting is going to be an ideal choice. So, grab your bags and get going!!!

Day to Day

Day 01Drive to rafting starting point at Charaundi 85 KM 3 hourEarly in the morning we travel by tourist coach to the west ward from Kathmandu to the raft put in point at Charaundi. The bus ride takes us out of the Kathmandu valley and through rice fields to the valley rim. From here the road drops dramatically around 800 meters in the village of Charaundi on the bank of the Trisuli River. At the river everyone is fitted with a life jacket and helmet. Then the trip leader will give a lesson on river safety, paddling technique and what to do if you suddenly find yourself not sitting in a raft anymore. We begin rafting in languid pleasurable fashion to get the feel of the motion on a raft. The riverside scenery is exhilarating. Overnight at tented camp, inclusive of full board meals.

Day 02Rafting ends at Simaltal and drive back to Kathmandu. At around 7:00 am in the morning tea/ coffee is ready. After a breakfast personal gears is loaded enter the raft. Before starting there is another paddling sessions refresh everyone's memory and scrap away last night fog. This is probably just as well as today we have another 4/5 hours on the water and we get to run more 3 and 3 + rapids. At Mugling the water of the Marsyangdi Tumbles in to the Trisuli increasing the volumes of the river. We stop for lunch at the confluence of the Trisuli and Marsyangdi River. After pinball rapid of Mugling the river eases a bit there are still a few challenging rapids and the scenery and the geography is very impressive. We end our last day with lunch at Simaltal. After lunch we drive back to Kathmandu.

Cost Include

To quote you with an exact or approximate price, we need the number of persons in your group, the category of hotel, the mode of transportation (by plane or by bus or by jeep etc) & any alternation in your itinerary. Please contact us with these important details first so that we can get back to you on the cost.

  • All ground transportation by tourist bus as per above itinerary
  • Meal on full board basis during the rafting tour
  • One night tented accommodation inclusive of full board meal

Cost Exclude

  • Accommodation and meals in Kathmandu
  • Your travel insurance
  • International airfare and airport departure tax.
  • Nepal entry visa , you can obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport in Kathmandu. (Tourist Visa with Multiple Entry for 30 days can be obtained by paying US $ 40 or equivalent foreign currency. Similarly, Tourist Visa with Multiple Entry for 90 days can be obtained by paying US $ 100. Please bring 2 copies of passport size photos.) (US$ 40 per person) you obtain a visa easily upon your arrival at Tribhuwan International Airport Kathmandu for 60 days from date of issue. You required 2 passport size photos & your password copy.
  • Items of a personal nature such as alcoholic drinks, cold drinks, laundry.
  • Personal clothing and equipments.
  • Tips for jungle guide (Tipping is Expected).
  • Any others expenses which are not mentioned on Price Includes section.

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Trip Note

  • T-shirt
  • swim wear for on the river
  • Warm clothing for the evenings including a fleece or a pullover
  • Sunscreen and lip protector
  • Sunglasses (with retaining device) and/or a cap
  • Towel and Toiletries (environmentally friendly is best)
  • Personal medication
  • Flashlight
  • Footwear
  • Reading book
  • Fishing hook (you can fishing in the Himalayan River)

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