River Rafting in Nepal
Nepal as a holiday destination is plain fantastic. It enthralls all who enter. One of the best ways to explore and discover this land is to get away from the towns and roads and embark on a rafting and trekking. Far more than just a wet roller coaster ride, Nepal’s river journeys are the essence of escapism. On a river expedition there are no hassles, no stress, and only a very convoluted sense of time.
The best in Asia and some of the best in the world:
Rafting in Nepal We have one of the best in Asia and some of the best in the world for excellent rafting and kayaking trip with the quality & professionalism. Nepal is a second richest country in the world for water resources containing the worlds’ numerous best rivers for white water rafting experiences combined with the mountain scenery, rich cultural heritage, white-sand beaches. In Nepal you can explore a typical cross section of the country’s natural as well as ethno-cultural heritage by the river trip. A variety of cultural activities can be witnessed being performed along the river. The adjoining slopes of the river often harbor dense vegetation and interesting wildlife. Several varieties of fishes also abound the Nepalese rivers.
Perfect White Water Rivers in Nepal:
The fast flowing rivers are graded from easy to near impossible with numerous rapids are the wonderful imagination for the courageous rafters. So, rafting in Nepal has been becoming extremely popular in recent years. Quality equipments, experienced staff and Nepalese hospitality always make your trip successful and interesting even an amateur with a little sense of adventure can equally enjoy by the perfect rivers of Nepal. From a gentle two-day float down the Seti River to an exhilarating 10-day adventure through the rapids of the remote Tamur, Karnali there is an experience for everyone waiting in Nepal’s famous white waters. Trishuli, Kaligandaki, Sonkoshi, Bhotekoshi, Marshyangdi and Arun are also the similar to experience the great adventure through white water rafting in Nepal.
Seasonal Variation of Nepal’s Rivers:
Nepal’s rivers change with the seasons. Each year, after the heavy monsoon the water swell, changing the flow of the rivers and the nature of the rapids. New rapids are created; others become more difficult and some simply impossible to navigate. We are constantly monitoring changes in the rivers and their rapids, so that we can always ensure the safety of our clients and plan expeditions with the great care.
When to go:
Nepal RaftingThe most excellent times for rafting are September to early December and March to early June. From early September to early October and May to June the rivers can be extremely high with monsoon run-off. Any expeditions attempted at this time require a very experienced rafting company with an intimate knowledge of the river and strong teams, as high flows are potentially the most dangerous time to be on the river.
From mid October onwards the weather is settled and this in one of the most popular times to raft, In December many of the rivers become too cold to enjoy and the days are short with the start of the winter. A time to perhaps consider a shorter trip runs on the warmest river in Nepal.
The summer season from March to early June has lower water flows to begin with, which generally means the rapids aren’t as powerful. The rivers rise again in May with pre-monsoon storms and some snowmelt, and then it’s high water time again.