Trishuli River Rafting

Trip Overview Trishuli River Rafting

Trishuli River Rafting

Geographically Nepal is small in the maps of the world but it is immensely beautiful in terms of natural resources. This is justified by the numbers of tourists visit in Nepal. Nepal is a land of Great Himalayas, beautiful rivers, vast bio-diversity and rich culture. Moreover, this is the best country for trekking, Mountain flight, Rafting, Village Stay and many more. Among them rafting is the major attraction for tourism. Nepal is the second richest country in water resources. Nepal is blessed with many small and big rivers.  Trishuli River is an, easy to get, destination from Kathmandu Valley, Pokhara and from Chitwan National Park so far as the trip is concerned. Trishuli River rafting is believed to be the best rafting that provides beautiful sceneries, adventures ride on water and you can enjoy fresh fishes too. Trishuli River, from rafting point of view, is supposed to be the most wanting and thrilling trip of your life. 

Before you go for a rafting it is good to collect some information about it. Trishuli River Rafting starts from Baireni/ Charaudi and its ending point is Gaighat and its river distance is 38 km. In a same way the price for Nepalese is reasonable that is NRs.2000 where as for India and Chinese they are charged up to $35.00 per person for a day and $40.00 for other foreigners. When the water condition is high, that is supposed to be just right for a blow up, with massive, rapidity producing the current speedily. There are several stimulating rapids that are waiting to make the rafting exciting and challenging some of them are as Snail’s nose, Monkey rapid, Cotton Pony and many more. The duration for rafting is 1 – 3 days depending on your accessibility of time. Though, usually people prefer 2 days or end it in a day. To come back from the trip to Kathmandu it takes 3.5 hours in a same way to Pokhara, approximately it seizes 4 hours and to Chitwan it just takes about an hour.

 In the month of Monsoon, Trishuli River rafting brings lots of challenges with currents and great swifts to make the rafting more interesting and adventures for the rafters. Trishuli River itself is known as landscape which is incredible in nature as it comprises of several small ravine and a quick look of the cable car which is hanging down that leads towards the holy and famous temple of Hindu known as “Manakamana”. Fishing is refreshment that you can enjoy in the river Trishuli and that quality makes Trishuli River well-liked among others. There are various segments for the duration of the Monsoon, for those who are seeking for pure electrifying tour.

Those travel agencies who are working in rafting provides excellenceself-bailing rafts, helmets, plastic paddlesto sail and to use in bad times,proper lifejackets and supply first aid kits.Rafters should seriously follow the instructions given by the guides as they have more experience and are used to it. They also teach some codes and rafters are told to follow it during the rafting. On the way they stop so that rafters can snap some photographs. Not only this but if they feel that the rafters are weak in terms of sailing or moreover they do not have confidence to cross the swifts and current passes, they brainstorm with their respective friends and exchange the sailor. After completing rafting theymake availableof healthy withhygienic foodstuff, drinks for the duration as long as you hang out at Trishuli. If you are planning to stay overnight, there is no problem of tents or sleeping mats as they are easily accessible.

 

Outline Itinerary

Day 01: Drive to Charaudi (85km)

Day 02: Raft in Trishuli River

Day 01: Drive to Charaudi (85km)

On this day you will drive from Kathmandu to Charaudi which takes 3 to 4 hours. In this day you will experience few rapids, technically known as “Ladise Delight”. Then, after some time you will take some rest and will have your lunch. After enjoying the rafting you will stop to have some tea or coffee and if you wish you can have light foods. Overnight stay in a tented camp.

Day 02: Raft in Trishuli River

On the second day you will wake up early to take your breakfast and get ready to experience another two three rapids in the white water. Technically those rapids are known as “ Bijili Rapid” and “ Tea Pot”. Again you will stop to take your lunch. Then, you will go further to Simaltal. From there you will drive back to Kathmandu or Pokhara or Chitwan, depending on you. Overnight stay at a guesthouse.

Included
  • Bus tickets to rafting point and kathmandu
  • Rafting in Trishuli river
  • Lunch
  • Hotel to bus stop and hotel by car

Excluded
  • Extra night in rafting 
  • Travel and rescue insurance
  • Personal expenses