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    Trishuli River rafting in Nepal

    Trishuli River rafting in Nepal

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    • Thrilling Rapids: Trishuli River is known for its thrilling rapids, providing an adrenaline-pumping experience for rafters. Encounter a mix of rapids ranging from Class II to Class IV, offering an exciting challenge for both beginners and experienced rafters.
    • Scenic Landscapes: Enjoy the breathtaking natural beauty of Nepal as you raft along the Trishuli River. Marvel at the stunning landscapes, including lush green valleys, terraced fields, cascading waterfalls, and impressive gorges, creating a picturesque backdrop for your rafting adventure.
    • Accessibility: Trishuli River is easily accessible from Kathmandu, making it a convenient choice for a day trip or a short rafting getaway. It's located on the main highway connecting Kathmandu with Pokhara and Chitwan, allowing for easy transportation to and from the rafting starting and ending points.
    • Variety of Rapids: Trishuli River offers a diverse range of rapids, catering to different levels of thrill and excitement. Experience the rush of navigating through exhilarating rapids, drops, and waves, providing a mix of fun and adventure throughout the rafting journey.
    • Cultural Encounters: Along the Trishuli River, you may have the opportunity to pass through local villages and witness the rural life of Nepal. Interact with friendly locals, observe their daily activities, and gain insights into the local culture, adding a cultural dimension to your rafting experience.
    • Suitable for All Skill Levels: Whether you're a beginner or an experienced rafter, Trishuli River has something to offer. Its varying rapids provide options for both beginners looking for a more gentle introduction to rafting and experienced rafters seeking an exhilarating adventure.
    • Water Fun and Refreshment: Trishuli River offers opportunities for water fun and refreshment during the rafting trip. Take breaks to swim, splash around in the river, and enjoy the cool, refreshing water, adding to the overall enjoyment of the experience.

    Trishuli River rafting in Nepal 1 days

    Trishuli River Rafting in Nepal

    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.

    One day to 2 days or more, this river flows from Mt. Ganesh and Langtang to Chitwan National Park. Then finally ends at the Ganges in the Gangetic plains of India.

    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.

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    • Day01

      One to two days at max in Trishuli Rafting.

      By 6 or 7 a.m. get ready after having early breakfast, our guides, and staff will pick you up as per the time given. Then drive leads past Kathmandu Valley down a zig-zag main highway with views of the Ganesh-Langtang and Manaslu mountain ranges.

      Soon drive leads to low, warm farm areas with interesting villages and busy towns. Finally, reach at starting point of  Trishuli Rafting at Charaudi. Charaudi is on the main busy highway drive of two hours or less.

      On arrival at Charaudi, our river guides and Craft captain will receive you. Then after a short walk to the beach, you can notice our rafting crew preparing or inflating the raft for the exciting Trishuli River Rafting.

      Before getting into the raft, a briefing takes place by our Captain regarding Rafting. The safety procedure and information about river currents and rapids will be notified.

      Lunch is prepared at the bank of the Trishuli River, or further downstream and is served on large plastic tarpaulin.

      It's time to keep valuable materials safe after getting equipped with life jackets and helmets. These include a money purse, camera, and sunscreen in a safe Water-Proof Barrel or container.

      As Rafting starts, the boat's Captain divides the group for seating to balance the raft.

      Once the team is organized in the boat, Captain will be on the back of the boat with its oar or steering paddle. Moreover, you will have a brief instructions on paddling to support the Captain.

      The white water rafting will float through exciting rapids, twin-rock, ladies' delight, and monsoon. Moreover, to the most heart-pounding rapids. Also, don’t forget the Rip Curl of grade IV rapid with huge curly waves.

      After going through excitement and thrill, next comes “Surprise.” And ending the day raft going over last and exciting rapid gives you a big wash.

      After rafting completes, head to the bank of the river at Kuringhat. Over there our transport will be waiting with your nice warm, dry clothes. And then, they will go back to Kathmandu or Pokhara. After an exciting thrill on Trishuli River Day Rafting, one can also continue towards Chitwan.

    Cost Details

    What's Included in Trishuli River rafting in Nepal

    -Three-hour rafting with the rafter.
    -Lunch during rafting.
    -Kathmandu to rafting point by tourist bus.
    -After finishing rafting, take the local bus to the next destination.
    -Emergency evacuation if needed.
    -River permit.
    -First aid kid box.
    -Necessary Equipment like self-bailing rafts, life jackets, helmets, plastic paddles, and dry bags. And all safety and medical equipment.

    What's Excluded in Trishuli River rafting in Nepal

    -Personal expenses.
    -Drinks(hard and cold).
    -Private transportation.

    Departure Dates & Price

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