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Rafting the wild rivers of Nepal is one perfect way of escaping the monotonous dills of everyday life. Nepal's rivers are second to none, originating from the glaciers of the world’s tallest mountains; they thrust through towering gorges and forested foothills before the calmer journey along the Ganges plain on their way to the Bay of Bengal.
Rivers in this part of the world are regarded as goddesses and are included in a number of Hindu and Buddhist religious rituals. You may be lucky to witness a pagan river festival during your trip. It’s a treat to remember.
Rafting in Nepal can be a terrific adventure that you would have probably never thought about. There are plenty of milky white water rapids to keep the adrenaline peaking, with more peaceful stretches in between allowing time to reflect on the abundance of natural beauty that you witness on your rafting trips.
On overnight camping trips on the banks of the river, under starry skies on a moonlit night, can be a very laidback special romantic experience, especially if you are accompanied with your fiancé. You are generally accommodated in tents for 2 people that are set up often around a campfire made from driftwood.
All necessary equipment is provided and each rafting team is led by one of our highly experienced rafting guides’ who know the nature of the rivers better than they know themselves. Our rafters are team leaders who simply enjoy their jobs. Rafting experience is not necessary unless stated in the itinerary. This also depends on the river you choose for your rafting adventure.
Nepalese rivers can be grouped into three categories on the basis of their origin:
1. Antecedent to the Himalayas
2. below the Mahabharat
3. Below the Churia range
The prices vary on each package, please contact us for the exact price with the package you are interested in. If you want your package tailored let us know we can make the trip as per your availability.
Transportation:Seat in Coach (SIC) // Seat in Vehicle (SIV)