Rafting in Nepal is another thrilling and adventurous activity. Lined with high-rise mighty snow-capped mountains in the north, Nepal boasts many water bodies including the perenial rivers. The mighty mountains have given birth to scores of rivers that flow gushing through the river valleys crashing down in the Terai and meandering through it. These rivers lined with lush green forests, terraced feilds and ethnic life-styled villages on the way offer one of the best destination for white water rafting in Nepal.
There is a popular perception that rafting is an sporting event and requires special skills and some sort of training to do. However, there are rivers in Nepal in which you can do rafting without any training and even if you are not a sporty person. The difficulty level of rafting varies from very easy to very challenging. Likewise, the length of the rafting trips also range from one day to over a week.
Camping on the riverside during the rafting trips is a major excitement in case of multi-day trips as you can enjoy the pristine culture and life-style of the people in the area.
Bhote Koshi River Rafting is one of the shortest but wildest rivers rafting of Nepal. Bhote Koshi River rafting is ideal white river rafting for those adventurous lover who have short time but want thrilling rafting experience. It offers uncountable photographic moments and opportunities to the rafter.
Trishuli river rafting is grade III white river rafting in Nepal and is suitable for any range of adventurous lovers. Trishuli river rafting is most popular river rafting in Nepal due to to its impressive gorges, exciting rapids, some easier sections, and easily accessible from Kathmandu and Pokhara.
The Sun Koshi river rafting is the classical white water rafting in Nepal and is rated as top 10 river rafting destination in the World. It is the longest white water rafting in Nepal which follows the about 270 km distance form snow-capped mountain to many remote part of Nepal.
Kali Gandaki river rafting is another short and most exciting white water rafting in Nepal. The name Kali Gandaki is given after the name of Goddess Kali (Considered as Divine Mother and at time can be destructive).