Rafting in Nepal

Rafting in Nepal
Rafting in Nepal

Outmost adventure with the waves of water that is all emerald beneath………

Rafting in Nepal is famous in the world as the river runner’s ultimate Paradise. Home to eight out of the highest peaks in the world, Nepal has undoubtedly been favored by the Mother Nature. From these heights originating from the snowcapped mountains, number of rivers cascade down through the hills towards the great plain of Ganges. No other country in the world has such an opportunity to have such a vast amount of choices for trips away from the hustle and bustle of roads, in such a heavenly surrounding of Himalayas and free flowing rivers along with favorable climate, incredible landscapes, diverse wildlife, rich culture and friendly people.

Second richest country in the world for water resource, Nepal has number of rivers for the rafters to explore and enjoy such as Trishuli River Rafting, Seti River Rafting, Bhotekoshi River Rafting, Kali Gandaki River Rafting, Marsyangdi, Sunkoshi, Arun, Karnali, Tamor and many others with various grades of rapids presenting wide range of difficulties where you can go for rafting trips lasting from 1-2 days to a little longer period according to your convenience and economy. These rivers will bring you face to face with the thrill and adventures you are looking out for in an exotic environment.

Since, most of the rivers in Nepal are of class 2-4, One doesn’t need to be an expert or experienced rafter; neither one needs to bring heavy set of costly equipments for enjoying the challenges of the river in Nepal. What you need the most is the adventurous heart and prepared state of mind to face the challenges presented by the rapids of the rivers. However, if you know how to swim then it would be a plus point.

If you don’t like walking or are fed up of busy trekking routes always full of crowd then rafting would perfectly suit you as it offers you the chance of experiencing and exploring the untouched beauty of Nepal, riding in water currents. As most of the rivers in Nepal are situated away from the highways, one gets to experience the wilderness of the beautiful country along with white beaches for camping, panoramic views, running wildlife and of course the hospitality of the friendly and cheerful locals.

Nepal River Rafting is a lifetime chance to view Nepal from a different perspective in a different way riding high in currents of the river. You will be facing challenges, you will be experiencing thrill and you will get exhilarated but you won’t be leaving your footprints as in trekking and hiking, since rafting has minimum ecological effects. So, swallow your fears and get set to be soaked wet by the white waters of Nepal.

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