Introduction to River Rafting in Nepal
River Rafting in Nepal is one of the favorite activities of many tourists for adventure and fun. Nepal is a famous destination for trekking. Apart from that, it is also famous for various other adventurous and fun activities. Rafting on Nepal’s rivers is truly an exciting trip for adventure travelers.
Nepal River Rafting offers unique Himalayan views and beautiful landscapes that make the trip even more exciting. This trip helps to explore the amazing Himalayan scenery, green forests as well as the rural areas of Nepal.
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Nepal is the most popular white water river rafting in Asia with 1310 rivers out of which 12 rivers are popular for rafting. Although there are many rivers in Nepal, Trisuli, Bhotekoshi, and Sunkoshi rivers are mainly famous for rafting.
You can only do rafting in your package or combine rafting with other trips. A group of 6-8 people is required for a camping trip. You can easily find other people who are interested in rafting during the season and join the group with them.
You can choose one day or Long-day rafting
There are different grades of white water rafting trips that you can choose according to your interests. Long-day rafting seekers join the Sun Koshi and Bhotekoshi rafting trips, which can also include a wildlife safari trip to a nearby national park. It is advisable to go to the Trishuli river for short and easy rafting.
We make a trip itinerary according to your vacation time. River Rafting in Nepal can be done even if you only have 1 day or you can choose an extension trip and set up camp on the river bank where you can enjoy the culture and beauty of the surroundings.
Generally, September to early December and March to June is the best time for River Rafting in Nepal. However, it can be done at any time of the year according to your vacation. Normal fitness is enough for rafting and no previous experience is required.