INTRODUCTION TO RAFTING IN NEPAL
Rafting in Nepal gained immense popularity as tourism culture started to blossom in Nepal in early eighties. A series of the world's most outstanding white-water river rafting and kayaking are found here. White water rafting means cruising down the gushing waters of river in an inflatable rubber raft or kayak over roaring waves and swirling fast-moving water for the excitement of a lifetime.
Drifting along the raging waves of river Kali Gandakhi, Trisuli, Sun Kosi, Karnali or Bheri with scintillating kaleidoscope of high mountain peaks, dense vegetations and mysterious wilderness as its backdrop unfolds irresistible challenges and adventure. Nepal white water rafting can be experienced as a short 2 day excursion, or in the style of an expedition where we walk in for two days and then paddle a distance of 150 km or more over a period of two weeks. Almost every trek or cultural tour in Nepal or Tibet can be round off with 'rafting trips' or can be combined with a wild life safari trip.