Trishuli River Rafting is another exciting thrill in adventure water sports on the most popular river. The river Trishuli separates Dhading and Nuwakot districts. Interested people can join in for a day or more for a few days.
Trishuli Rivers flows from the Langtang –Jugal and Ganesh Himal located in the Central Himalaya region of Nepal. As it flows downstream, it is joined by Budigandaki, Marysangdi, Seti, and Kaligandaki Rivers, which will then form Narayani. And extends further south to join at the Ganges in India and the Bay of Bengal.
Trishuli is Nepal’s most popular rafting river for many reasons:
Big, bouncy waves, hefty holes, and tricky chutes make an exhilarating float downstream.
Our rafting adventure in Nepal floats through numerous rapids from Grades I, II, to IV. This depends upon its water level at the time of the season.
Trishuli, a popular river for rafting, flows by the side of the main highway. So, it has all thrills, excitement, and a scenic view of the landscape, flora, and fauna. Trishuli has friendly rapids and is ideal for beginners, families, and birdwatchers.
Rafting the Trishuli River is the ultimate way to reach the jungle of Chitwan National Park with scenic floats. Or just drive back to your respective destinations after enjoying day rafting.