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It’s a wonderful way to experience Nepal’s natural and ethno-cultural heritage. Rivers here are regarded as goddesses which are included in a number of Hindu and Buddhist religious rituals. Many can be witnessed during a rafting adventure. Adjoining slopes often harbour dense vegetation and interesting wildlife with many species of fish. Rafting in Nepal is a thrill of running white water rapids combining many outdoor adventures into one holiday. Trishuli River is derived from Shiva’s Trident, which is a weapon known as Trisul. This river originates from the famous mountain Langtang (7246meters). Being the most easily accessible, this river is the most visited destination by rafters. Trips are available from 1 day to 3 days. You will experience a thrilling ride with many exciting moments. The longer of the rafting trips that we offer ends near the Chitwan National Park. Trishuli River Rafting can be only arranged from February to June and September to Mid December. Please let us know what your requirements are so we can tailor a package to suit, as the number of days can vary.

Trip Facts

  • Activities: River Rafting
  • Rafting Type: Camping
  • Best Season: Mar - May, Sept - Dec
  • Total Duration: 2 Days
  • Rafting Area: Trishuli
  • Group Size: 2 - 50 pax
  • Max. Height: 1,365 m.
  • Transportation: Drive in / Out
Detail Itinerary Trishuli River Rafting
  • Day 01: Drive to Charaudi for ¾ hours, the rafting put-in-point then we will meet our raft crew. The leader of the raft will give a short briefing on safety procedure. The whole day we encounter several big and small rapids but the main interest is after Majhimtar which is just before the “upset” rapid and according to the Colorado River rating scale this rapid has been rated from 3 to 4. . All tricky rapids bear Nepali names as well as common names, which you will be told by the rafting guide. Lunch will be served on the beach of the river just before going through the Upset rapids. Shortly after lunch we will encounter another rapid known as “surprise”. It is indeed, for the current accelerates and the rapids increase in size and frequency. Overnight at Kurinighat Camp
  • Day 02: After breakfast, we will continue rafting encountering Mugling & Simaltal rapids and pass the Marshyangdi River, which has flowed down, from Manang valley. Arrive put-out-point, drive to next destination.