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Nepal River Rafting

Nepal’s dramatic Himalayan glaciers feed some of the most challenging rivers in the world for white water rafting. Pummeling down through the world’s deepest gorges from the world’s highest mountains, an abundance of warm water rivers drift the adventurer past mountain scenery, terraced villages and huge white-sand beaches for camping.

Out on the river one really starts to feel that quality called River Magic as the rubber raft drifts, sometimes gently, sometimes madly, through wild rapids and tranquil, looking-glass passages. Around every bend in the river lies another exotic sight as you float through the culturally abundant countryside of Nepal.

In the evening one can explore isolated villages, shower under warm waterfalls or watch the kayakers playboating. There is a wide choice of trips graded in difficulty on an international scale from Grade 1 to 6, Grade 1 being easy moving water and Grade 6 being hazardous to life. A thrilling range of excitement comes in between!

Popular river for rafting in Nepal.

  • Trishuli River Rafting

    For first time paddlers, a trip down the Trishuli is an experience not to be missed (class 2-3+ in high water). While you learn to handle the river's well spaced, straightforward rapids, a panorama of stunning ...

  • Kali Gandaki River Rafting

    With 60 rapids over 60 kilometers the Kali Gandaki is a thrill a minute! Named after the goddess of destruction, Kali, this is Nepal’s most holy river. Rising in the mystical region of Mustang, it drops ...

  • Bhotekoshi River Rafting

    The Bhotekosi is best described as a liquid rush! As steep as it gets with constant rapids, this two-day trip is a full body workout and the skill and determination of the paddle crew is tested to the limit. ...

  • Sunkoshi River Rafting

    The sheer volume and intensity of the rapids as well as the cultural experience make the Sun Kosi one of the ten classic rafting rivers in the world. With 270 kilometres of large volume rapids and huge sandy ...

  • Seti River Rafting

    The rafting on the river Seti is one of the most beautiful short river rafting available in Nepal. The warm waters of this river are heated naturally with the help of underground springs and geothermic ...

  • Tamor River Rafting

    Rafting the Tamur means a three-day trek along a ridge full of rhododendron forest and sunlit meadows, summating at 3000 meters with exhilarating views of Makalu, Everest and Kanchenjunga, and then down ...

  • Marshyangdi River Rafting

    The Marsyangdi is the mother of all rivers. In the local dialect, it means raging one and rage it does! Few rivers rival the Marsyangdi for exhilarating whitewater and unparalleled mountain views. It is steep, ...

  • Karnali River Rafting

    In traditional fashion, dozens of porters carry our gear on a two-day trek into Nepal’s most isolated and least explored area, in western Nepal. Originating from the holy mountain Kailash in Tibet, ...