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ITINERARY AT A GLANCE
Nepal is home to eight out of thirteen highest peaks on earth including Mt. Everest. From these breathtaking heights, rivers crash down through mountains, hills, fed by melting snow and monsoon rain to reach the plains of Ganges.
There are many rivers to explore like Trishuli (rafting upto 3 days), Seti (upto 2 days), Kali Gandaki (upto 3 days), Marshyangdi (upto 3 days), Sun Koshi (upto 10 days), Bhote Koshi (upto 2 days), Karnali (upto 7 days) and Bheri River (upto 5 days). These rivers provides the thrilling white water adventure with wide range of difficulties, pristine sand beaches and gorgious gorges.
River Class: 2,3+ Volume: 300 cms
From: Baireni (425m) To: Narayanghat (180m)
Distance: 106 Km. River Days: 1-4 days
Trishuli is the most popular and commercial run river of Nepal as it runs in between Kathmandu and Pokhara and flows in Chitwan Valley. It has impressive gorges, moderate white water, a few exciting rapids, some easier sections and easy access. The river is drop and pool. It is an excellent river for those who are with limited time.
River Class: 2,-3 Volume: 40 cms
From: Damauli (480m) To: Gai Ghat 200 m(Trishuli)
Distance: 62 Km. River Days: 2-3 days
It is an excellent river for those who do not have much time and previous experience. This is a unique river that passes through two beautiful and contrasting scenic areas village forest. Relatively small volume, blue and warm water cuts through deep gorges and lush jungle and finally meets the Trishuli River at Gai Ghat (above Narayani Ghat).
This is the best river for family trip and kayak learners. The river starts from Machhapuchere and flows through Pokhara Valley. The name Seti is named for the color of the river.
Kali Gandaki River
River Class: 4,4+ Volume: 120 cms
From: Beni (820m) To: Adhi Khola (540 m)
Distance: 60 Km. River Days: 3 days
This river offers excellent medium length white water rafting trips and views fo the Annapurna as you run some moderate to difficult rapid which makes this river unique. The river is named after the colour of the river and the Godess Kali, so the river is considered to be holy and auspicious place to be cremated. As the river is drop and pool, the moderate waves make the river interesting.
The river originates from the Tibetean plateau draining the water of Annapurna and Dhaulagiri Himal joins with Trishuli at Dave Ghat. Then the Sapta Gandaki is called Narayani. The Kali Gandaki is in between 800m mountains Annapurna and Dhaulagiri is the deepest gorge in the world.
River Class: 4+,5-,5 Volume: 300cms
From: Sauli (560 m) To: Chisapani (113 m)
Distance: 180 Km. River Days: 7 days & 2 days trek1-4 days
The Karnali is Nepal's longest and largest river. The area it flows through is wild and relatively unpopulated with some of the most pristine jungle scenarios in Nepal and abundant wildlife. The rapids are also pretty wilder in comparison to Sun Koshi. The Karnali is more constrained by its canyons walls, making bigger, more continious and serious rapids. The access to the river is two days drive from Kathmandu.
River Class: 2,3,3+ Volume: 170 cms
From: Devisthan (550 m) To: Chisapani (125 m)
Distance: 142 Km. River Days: 5 days
It is one of the most scenic rivers in Nepal with golden cliffs, green jungles, crystal clear green water, white beaches and excellent fishing opportunities, good bird watching coupled with powerful current and sparkling rapids of moderate difficulty.