|River Rafting in Marshyandi River
Descending form looming
Himalayan giants of famous Annapurna region and passes through
of round Annapurna trekking, beautiful villages, guarding
temples on the river bank with uninterrupted class 4 to 5
rapids. Under the watchful gaze of Annapurnas towering
peaks. If its adventure you seek, youll find it
on this trip with one day of easy trekking and 4 days of intense
white water rafting.
This is sad as initial work for middle dam
has started already. Lets raft on Marshyangdi in few year
this best river stop flowing free for rafters and kayakers
trip begins with 3 day trek through remote villages of Arun
valley. Camping out in lush forests with views of the snowcapped
Himalayan peaks. On the river, the powerful current drives
your raft or kayak through 4 days of great white water action;
at night you relax on fantastic beaches in dramatic valleys
of Arun. In our opinion, the combination of trekking, spectacular
scenery, great rapids and remote location make the Arun itself
best river running.
|Sun Koshi River
Sun Koshi River (class 4 to 5) is famous in rafting circles,
and with good reason. This is one of the 10most exciting white
water rafting in the world, roaring past remote villages and
green fertile mountains covered with forests and rice terraces,
where local inhabitants can be seen in their daily rural activities.
This is a once-in-a-lifetime experience
during high waters, when the rapids can swell to massive sizes,
sometimes making the rafts completely disappear from sight!
A one-day trek from the
nearest road leads you to Karnali, Nepals largest and
longest river. On the river,
a series of challenging class IV to V rapids takes you through
narrow canyons and dense forest full of diverse flora and
fauna, finally leaving you close to Bardia National Park,
where you can combine your rafting adventure with a safari
trip and maybe spot some of the parks one-horned rhinos
and elusive tigers.
expedition on the Tamur River begins with a breathtaking 4-day
trek through remote Eastern Nepal. This short trek offer an
amazing view of Mt. Makalu, Kanchanjanga, passing through rhododendron
forest and an ancient villages of Rai majority. Once on the
river, you begin a 120 km descent through more than 100 of the
most exciting (class 4 to 5) rapids the river has to offer.
As with the Arun, the Tamur offers you the opportunity to explore
a beautiful, but rarely seen part of Nepal by foot and raft