Trip Overview Bheri River Rafting
Nepal is known to the outer world for number of reasons. Nepal is a holy land blessed with four major river systems namely Sapta koshi River in extreme Eastern Nepal, Narayani in Central Nepal, Karnali in Western Nepal and Mahakali in Far Western Nepal. Bheri River is one of the tributary rivers of Saptakoshi River System.
Bheri River is a prime affluent of Karnali River located to the remote Far Western Nepal which initiates from the Dolpo Region and stretches via Valley of Surkhet prior to merging with Karnali River which later extends through plain valley of Terai to Royal Bardia National Park. Bheri River Rafting bestows the best river rafting in Nepal.
The views of Hills and Mountains, the woods with its diverse floras and faunas, encountering the turbulent rapids at Bheri River and visiting Royal Bardia National Park are some of the significances of Bheri River Rafting.
Bheri River Rafting commences by boarding a flight to Nepalgunj and driving to Samjhighat which serves as the initial point for Bheri River Rafting. Undergoing the enthralling experiences of encountering the series of turbulent rapids, we will float through spot nearby Kumalgaun and Jumu before winding up at Royal Bardia National Park.
Itinerary Outline of Bheri River Rafting:
Day01: Flight to Nepalgunj, Drive to Samjhi ghat
Day02: Rafting to Kumalgaun
Day03: Rafting to Jamu
Day04: Rafting to Bardiya National Park
Day01: Flight to Nepalgunj, Drive to Samjhi ghat:
About an hour long flight from Domestic Airport at Kathmandu will take us to Nepalgunj Airport. We will drive for about 3 hours, passing through Siwalik Hill and native villages to make it to Samjhi Ghat where we will pitch our camp to stay overnight.
Day02: Rafting to Kumalgaun:
2nd day marks the beginning of Rafting in Bheri River. The first rapid will be encountered after about 20minutes from the initiation time. We will experience several rapids and twisted bends throughout our rafting. We will pitch our camp in the bank of Bheri River near to Kumalgaun overnight.
Day03: Rafting to Jamu:
This will be the thrilling part as we will pass through a narrow gorge section with vertical cliffs of 200-300 feet on either side peppered with open valley. We will set our camp at the bank of Jamu for night.
Day04: Rafting to Bardiya National Park:
4th day will be the last day of Bheri River Rafting. An hour long rafting will take us to conflux of Bheri and Karnali River. Passing through the gorge will lead us to Bardiya National Park and thus the enchanting Bheri River Rafting culminates.