Marshyangdi River Rafting, “Raging River” in the local dialect aptly describes one of the best white water runs in the world. Only recently opened for commercial rafting (many rapids have not been named yet). The Marshyangdi is one of the best white water rafting and kayaking in the world. I
Trishuli River Rafting, The Trishuli is Nepal’s most popular rafting river; easy access from Kathmandu and Pokhara, scenic valleys and impressive gorges, exhilarating rapids and easier section as well as the right amount of time all make it the perfect trip for first time or experienced rafters.
Karnali River Rafting, Nepal’s largest and longest river the Karnali, springs forth from the base of Mt. Kailash in Tibet, the center of the universe for both the Buddhist and Hindu religions. Karnali lies in the western part of the kingdom in what’s called the “Wild West” of Nepal an area only recently opened to tourism. Seasonal snow melts and storms can cause the river level to swell drastically and create the extreme of white water rafting.
Seti River Rafting, Seti is the best River for learning kayak in Nepal as she has very best character for this. The water temperature is incredibly warm, making it a popular choice for winter trips and also for kayak clinics for the course of beginners, diploma and advanced as well.
Arun River Rafting, The easiest way to get to this River is by catching a plane to the Tumlingtar Airport from Kathmandu. Alternatively you can drive for 1 ½ days and then trek for three days. The Arun provides some of the most challenging rafting in Nepal, and although the difficult access makes only three days on the river possible, the remote location and spectacular mountain views make this a real wilderness experience.
Bhotekoshi River Rafting, Drawing amazing and mystifying power from high in Bhot (Tibet) the river Bhote Koshi, tumbles into Nepal through breathtaking valleys. Glacier water from the 10th Highest Mountain Shisa Pangma, carve a steep and direct drop at the top that gradually eases to more placid streams and the calmer pool within a 46km run at the Lamosangu Dam.
Kali Gandaki River Rafting, The river is named after the Hindu goddess of destruction, Kali, the river in Mustang on the northern side of the Himalayan range. As it tumbles down between the majestic Dhaulagiri and the Annapurna ranges, it creates one of the world’s deepest river canyons. Nice drops, sparkling chutes and turbulent rapids provide class III to IV + runs during the fall and spring seasons.