Nepal is popular for its thrilling whitewater rafting experiences, with several rivers offering exciting rapids and stunning landscapes.
If you’re interested in white water rafting in Nepal, then Nepal Sanctuary Treks provide you with an exhilarating experience on the rivers. Some of the popular rivers for white water rafting in Nepal include the Trishuli River, the Seti River, the Bhote Koshi River, the Kali Gandaki River, and the Sun Koshi River, among others.
These rivers offer varying levels of difficulty, from easy rapids suitable for beginners to challenging rapids for experienced rafters. We can help you arrange white water rafting trips with experienced guides and well-maintained equipment to ensure your safety.
During a white water rafting adventure, you can expect to navigate through thrilling rapids and enjoy the stunning scenery of the surrounding landscapes. In addition, experience the adrenaline rush of this exciting outdoor activity. You may also have the opportunity to camp on the riverbanks and immerse yourself in the natural beauty of Nepal’s riverside landscapes.
Nepal’s rivers offer a unique and thrilling white water rafting experience that combines adventure, nature, and culture. This great mixture makes it an unforgettable adventure for those seeking an adrenaline-pumping outdoor activity.
It’s essential to follow the instructions of your experienced river guide and wear appropriate safety gear, including a life jacket and helmet, at all times to ensure your safety during the rafting trip.
Essential required for rafting:
- At least two extra sets of dry clothes. As it is cold from November through February, a waterproof jacket will be very handy. While you need trousers, pullovers, or jackets for the morning and evening. During the day, shorts and T-shirts will suffice for the month of September, October, March, April, and May. As clients will arrive completely soaked onshore at the campsites, immediate change into a dry set of clothing is necessary. Tracksuits are the most popular item for any rafters.
- The second pair of tennis shoes or slippers for use around the camp.
- Bring sunglasses, sun hats, cream, and lotions to prevent sunburn.
- Insect repellant during the warmer months.
- Electric torchlights and the use of candles are not advisable inside the tents.
- Traveller’s Insurance
Please do not carry unnecessary valuables. “The tariff does not cover insurance of any kind: medical or personal, though explicit care and attention rendered at all times. Nepal Sanctuary Treks is not responsible for any happenings beyond our control, since some element of risk is involved in the nature of your trip.”