River Rafting in Nepal

Rafting and Kayaking in Nepali rivers

If you are fan of extreme sensation or simply a follower of water, Nepal with its long river, is an interesting destination for one day or several day rafting and kayaking. Due to the huge mountains surrounding Nepal, the river flow are different and extreme according to the spots of rafting. We can help you finding a coach for learning kayaking or organize a memorable trip through the silver rivers of Nepal.

Possibilties of rafting

Rafting along pokhara road
Kayak activity Nepal rafting river

Trisuli river rafting

(many possibilities)

Easy road access on the road to Pokhara or Chitwan National Park. Long or short distance rafting for beginners or experimented people.

Bhote Koshi nepal

(26km about 2 days)

Bhote Koshi means "The harmony of Tibet and the Himalaya" is about 3 hour drive west of Kathmandu, making it an excellent choice for short trip rafting.

Kali gandaki river

(About 3 days rafting)

Your journey begins on the Tibetan plateau in the Kingdom of Mustang, and the river carves the deepest gorge in the world between the two 8000 m peaks Dhaulagiri and Annapurna.

Marshyangdi rafting

(52km about 4 days)

Purely uninterrupted white water rafting. Trips start from Pokhara and about 6 hours drive by bus from Kathmandu followed by a 1 day trek to the river side.

Sun Koshi river rafting

(270km about 10 days)

In the Mount Everest region, only for experimented trekkers. The ever changing scenery helps to ensure that every day on the river is exciting and different.

Karnali rafting and kayaking

(507 km about 10 days)

Nepal's longest and largest river, the Karnali springs both from the base of Mt. Kailash in Tibet, the centre of the universe for both the Buddhist and Hindu religions.