Trishuli River Rafting

Code: JTHK012
9 DAY - 10 NIGHT
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Overview about Trishuli River Rafting

Nepal is not only for the mountains, himalayas, beautiful landscapes but also trishuli river rafting and other adventurous sports. Trishuli River Rafting is one of the most popular rafting that attractions thousands of adventurous people. Any beginner to the professional can easily raft in the Trisuli river.

There are tons of rapids and some of them are very dangerous as well. It continues to flow throughout the year so any time will be favorable for rafting. If you want to make your rafting more thrilling and wild then, best time will be September to December. Because of Monson, the level of the water will increase and the river flows on an extreme level. which means the intensity of the rapid will be higher than other months. This is the short trip you will get a chance to feel the experience of the lifetime and see the beautiful scenes as well.


Day Trip Itinerary for Trishuli River Rafting:

7:30 AM – Departure from Kathmandu: Depart from Kathmandu in the early morning and embark on a scenic drive towards the Trishuli River. Enjoy the beautiful landscapes and views of the countryside during the journey.

10:00 AM – Arrival and Briefing: Arrive at the starting point of the Trishuli River rafting adventure. Meet your experienced guides who will provide a thorough safety briefing, explain the rafting techniques, and provide you with the necessary rafting equipment.

10:30 AM – Start of Rafting Adventure: Board the raft and start your thrilling rafting adventure on the Trishuli River. Get ready to tackle the rapids and experience the excitement as you navigate through Class II to III rapids. Your guides will provide instructions and ensure your safety throughout the journey.

12:30 PM – Riverside Lunch: Take a break and enjoy a delicious riverside lunch at a scenic spot along the riverbanks. Recharge your energy with a sumptuous meal while enjoying the natural surroundings and sharing stories with fellow rafters.

1:30 PM – Continue Rafting: After lunch, get back on the raft and continue your exciting journey downstream. Encounter more rapids, enjoy the rush of adrenaline, and appreciate the stunning landscapes of the Trishuli River Valley.

3:30 PM – Optional Activities: Depending on the itinerary and time available, you may have the option to engage in additional activities such as cliff jumping or swimming in calmer sections of the river. Enjoy some leisure time to relax and have fun in the water.

4:30 PM – Rafting Conclusion and Departure: Reach the designated endpoint of the rafting trip. Celebrate the successful completion of your Trishuli River rafting adventure with your guides and fellow rafters. Bid farewell to your guides and board your transportation for the return journey to Kathmandu.

7:00 PM – Arrival in Kathmandu: Arrive back in Kathmandu in the evening, bringing an end to your memorable Trishuli River rafting day trip.

The rafting point starts from the Charaudi and ends at Kurintar.

***If you want 2 days rafting package then we can manage it as well. As there are tons of Beach camps in Trisuli, most of people stayed there for a night, do rafting in following day and travel back to kathmandu same day.

Cost Includes

  • Government taxes, service charges, etc.
  • Professional English speaking licensed guides highly trained and safety certified to international standards in Whitewater River Guiding, Swift Water Rescue and Wilderness First Aid
  • Professional safety kayakers
  • International name brand ISO/CE certified rafting equipment including helmets, PFDs, paddles, splash jackets and wetsuits
  • Dry bags and pelican boxes to keep your personal items dry and safe on the river
  • Variety of fresh, hygienically prepared meals while on the river, including tea, coffee, hot chocolate and treated drinking water
  • Round trip transportation
  • River permits
  • Industry standard first aid kits

Cost Excludes

  • Meals not specified in the ‘Meal Inclusions’ in the itinerary
  • International flights
  • Nepal entry visa
  • Travel insurance
  • Tips and gratuities
DEPARTURE TIMEPlease arrive at least 2 hours before the departure.
BEST SEASONApril – November
  • Cost & Dates

    Group tours are unavailable for this trip, however, you can opt for the private trip. The private trips are available on any date of your choice at any time of the year. Let us know about your preferred travel dates and we shall organize it as per your convenience. Get in touch with your query now.

    The best time for rafting in Nepal

    Depends on the specific river and the level of difficulty you’re looking for. Generally, the best time for rafting in Nepal is during the post-monsoon season, which is from October to early December, and the pre-monsoon season, which is from March to May. During these periods, the weather is generally favorable, with pleasant temperatures and lower chances of rainfall.

    Here’s a breakdown of the best times for rafting based on the seasons:

    Post-Monsoon Season (October to early December): This is considered the prime season for rafting in Nepal. The monsoon rains have ended, and the rivers are in full flow due to the snowmelt from the Himalayas. The weather is generally clear and the water levels are optimal for an exciting rafting experience.

    Pre-Monsoon Season (March to May): This season is another excellent time for rafting in Nepal. The rivers are fed by the melting snow and ice, resulting in higher water levels and exciting rapids. The weather is warm and pleasant, with blooming vegetation adding to the scenic beauty along the riverbanks.

    It’s important to note that while these are the generally recommended seasons, the specific river and the grade of rafting you choose may have different ideal times. For instance, some rivers might be suitable for rafting during winter or even monsoon season, depending on the conditions and the expertise of the rafters.

    It’s always a good idea to consult with experienced rafting operators or guides who have up-to-date knowledge about the rivers and can advise you on the best time to go rafting based on your preferences and skill level.

    Custom for a river rafting in Nepal

    When preparing for a river rafting trip in Nepal, it’s important to pack appropriate clothing to ensure your comfort and safety. Here’s a suggested clothing list for your river rafting adventure:

    Quick-drying shorts or swimwear: Choose lightweight and quick-drying shorts or swimwear that allow for easy movement and provide comfort while getting wet during the rafting trip.

    Moisture-wicking T-shirts: Opt for moisture-wicking T-shirts that will keep you cool and dry, even when you’re perspiring. Avoid cotton as it retains moisture and takes longer to dry.

    Lightweight long-sleeve shirt or rash guard: Packing a lightweight long-sleeve shirt or a rash guard can provide protection from the sun, prevent sunburn, and offer an extra layer of warmth during cooler sections of the rafting journey.

    Synthetic or wool socks: Wear synthetic or wool socks that wick away moisture to keep your feet dry and prevent blisters. Avoid cotton socks as they tend to retain moisture and may cause discomfort.

    Sturdy water shoes or sandals with straps: Choose water shoes or sandals with straps that provide good grip on slippery surfaces and protect your feet from rocks and debris in the river. Ensure they are securely fastened to avoid losing them in the water.

    Sun hat or cap: Protect your face and neck from the sun’s rays by wearing a sun hat or cap. Look for a hat with a wide brim or a cap with a neck flap for added sun protection.

    Sunglasses with straps: Wear sunglasses with polarized lenses and attach a strap to prevent them from getting lost in the river. Polarized lenses help reduce glare from the water, improving visibility.

    Lightweight rain jacket or windbreaker: Carry a lightweight rain jacket or windbreaker to protect yourself from unexpected rain showers or chilly winds that can occur during rafting trips.

    Dry clothes for after the trip: Pack a set of dry clothes, including underwear, pants, and a warm jacket, to change into after the rafting adventure. These dry clothes will provide comfort and warmth once you’re off the river.

    Personal items: Don’t forget to bring essentials like sunscreen, insect repellent, a towel, and any necessary personal medications.

    Remember your rafting operator may provide additional gear such as helmets, life jackets, and wetsuits depending on the conditions and duration of the rafting trip.


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