You know that Nepal is home to eight out of fourteen highest peaks in the world, but did you know that Nepal is also called world’s second largest country in terms of water resources? Nepal three great River Systems, i. e. the Kosi(or SaptaKosi) River, the Narayani River (Gandak River), and the Karnali River originate in Tibet from glaciers & lakes, flow down south through deep gorges, and after overflowing and irrigating the Terai plains flow toward Ganges in India. Each of these mighty rivers have seven major tributaries – the tributaries themselves no less ferocious. For example the famous Bhote Kosi or Sun Kosi Rivers are the two tributaries among the seven of the SaptaKosi River.
Adventurous souls recently discovered that some of the thousands of roaring rivers in Nepal offer a variety of white water sports. Rafting, Kayaking, & sightseeing along the river course from the Himalayas to the Terai plain have become popular activities among those yearning for adventure, nature, & cultural insights.
Trip Grade: Easy
It is the most popular and enchanting rafting river in Nepal which is easy to access from Kathmandu and Pokhara. During the monsoon, rafting in this river is one…Read More
Trip Grade: Challenginng
Beginning its life in Tibet (Bhot) this river (koshi) roars its way into Nepal through some of the most breathtaking valleys and gorges you will ever see. The Bhote…Read More
Was traveling with a friend through India and Nepal, my one "must do" in Nepal was to see Mount Everest. Didn't have enough time to do the trek and the flight around the Himalayas seemed lame. We found the option to have a freaking helicopter take us up into…Read More