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Trisuli River Rafting

Trisuli River Rafting

Rafting on the Trishuli River is an excellent opportunity to observe the diversity of demography, landscapes, and cultural heritage and the flora and fauna.


The Trishuli River is the most easily accessible from Kathmandu, Pokhara and Royal Chitwan National Park by far a trip on this river can be made for a varied duration, depending upon the availability of time and interest. Scenic valleys and impressive gorges, exhilarating rapids and easier sections as well as the right amount of time all make it the perfect trip for first-time or experienced rafters.

 

Trip itinerary
Day 01: Drive to Charaudi (4 hours), the rafting put-in-point then we will meet our raft crew. The leader of the raft will give a short briefing on safety procedure. The whole day we encounter several big and small rapids but the main interest is after Majhimtar which is just before the “upset” rapid and according to the Colorado River rating scale this rapid has been rated from 3 to 4. . All tricky rapids bear Nepali names as well as common names, which you will be told by the rafting guide.

Lunch will be served on the beach of the river just before going through the Upset rapids. Shortly after lunch we will encounter another rapid known as “surprise”. It is indeed, for the current accelerates and the rapids increase in size and frequency. Overnight at Kurinighat Camp

Day 02: After breakfast, we continue rafting down south. We come across Mugling & Krishna rapids before we arrive to our put-out point. Then drive to back to Kathmandu, or drive down to Chitwan National Park.

Cost Includes:

* All meals

* Transportation to the put-in point and back from the take-out point

* All rafting equipments and trained rafting guides.

* Accommodation on a twin sharing basis.

* Staff Insurance

* Permits and fees

Cost does not include:

* Sleeping bags/ mattresses

* Alcoholic beverages and personal expenses.

* Tips

* Insurance

Things you need to bring for the trip

River wear gear: shorts- half pant, T-shirts (long sleep for sun protection), swim wear, Sun Cap/Glass/Cream, personal water bottle, a pair of river sandals.

For the camp site wear: Personal sleeping bag, lightweight shirts, Trouser/pant, under garments socks, a towel, light shoe, Fleece type pullover, flash light, personal toiletries, camera, reading and writing materials, medication recommended by your doctor.

Care of Environment

The care of environment is our prime concern responsibility to protect the wildness resources of Nepal for future generation. We practice and follow minimum impact polices on our every outdoor journey- by using gas or kerosene as a cooking fuel instead of local firewood. Moreover by disposing and cleaning both biodegradable and non-degradable properly from the campsite.

River Facts
River Name: Trishuli
River Days: 2 days
River Distance: 45km - 27miles (Approximately)
Grade: 2/3+
Rafting put in point: Baireni or Charaudi
Rafting ending point: Simaltar
Water Volume (Cumecs): 300
Best Season: Spring & Autumn