White water rafting is a very popular adventure activity in Nepal. Rafting down with the current of Himalayan snow fed rivers on different levels of rapid ranging from class 3 to 5 plus. Paddling down against the mighty Himalayan River current is such an incredible rafting experience that excels the experience anywhere else. The rafting trips can be done from one day to multiple days staying on the river bank camps. Playing with cool water on a hot day or sanding yourself on sandy river bank, the fun moments during the rafting trip are unlimited.
Bhote Koshi River Rafting: Rafting in Bhote Koshi River is one of the adventurous rafting trips in the Himalayan River in Nepal. The rafting starts after driving about five hours east from Kathmandu. The rafting trip to Bhote Koshi River is normally 2 days trip, drive to starting point, raft down the river rapids stay overnight, raft down and then drive back to Kathmandu the next day. The rapids in the river are from class 3 to class 5.
As it is a short rafting trip, you can plan it combined with other activities in Nepal or you can just come for the trip.
Trishuli River Rafting: Trishuli River is a popular river for rafting trips in Nepal as the river is closest rafting river from Kathmandu and is on the way to many different places in the country. It is popular also because of mild river rapids of 3 plus most of the time of the year, except in monsoon months, July and August. The trip can be done form Kathmandu after driving for 3 hours, from Pokhara after driving for about 4 hours and from Chitwan after driving for about 3 hours. The trip can be done for 2 days covering about 38 kilometers of the river.
Other amazing rafting trips to gorgeous and adventurous rivers can be done in different parts of Nepal, mostly multiple days rafting trips. Karnali River Rafting, Seti River Rafting, Arun river rafting, Tamor river raftig, Bheri river rafting are some other rafting trips that can be done in Nepal which give unique rafting experiences.