Trishuli River Rafting is an adventure activity where you get to raft down the river of Trishuli nearly half the day, in which you are taken to the spot where you are set sail and then take the thrills of the different category of rapids this river has to offer and when you have had you fill of this adventurous sport, you are picked from the spot where it usually concludes and taken back to Kathmandu.
Nepal is home to some of the many fresh water rivers than can be found on Earth, most of which stem from the countless glaciers up north from the High Himalayan Mountains. These glaciers feed these rivers the year around and which move South, Mostly, downhill cutting gorges, and making fast flowing rivers. Because of this, Nepal has some of the most fast flowing rivers with various categories of rapids, depending on the terrain it has cut through over time. This make River Trishuli a favourite place for making this sporting event possible and what adds to the delight, is the natural environment of the mountainous terrain in which it lies. This makes rafting in Trishuli all the more exciting besides passing and controlling the raft thought these natural made rapids.
Trishuli River Rafting is made possible for fans of this sport to international guests, as the river itself is accessible from Kathmandu as well as Pokhara where if you are one of them, you are most likely to land in or head to. Both of them are tourist centre of Nepal catering to other eco-sustainable activities like Trekking in Nepal and Mountaineering. Both of these cities are connected to River Trishuli which makes Trishuli River rafting a day tour possible for all. You take the fun of rafting this river in a day and get back home to the comforts of your temporary home (tourist) all in a day’s time and for a comforting sleep dreams of an adventures on what you have just accomplished.
Trishuli River rafting can be an adventure of a lift time for both, those who are seeking a collectively family adventure or for those diehard rafting adventurers, depending of the time of the year when it is taken. The river itself, is both a river glacial fed and monsoon fed one. It is during the rainy season called monsoons that the river swells and going through rapids is swifter with the water from the glacier and the rains from the surrounding hills adding to the volume of water flow, making it well suited for the diehard rafters. Other seasons when the river is much calmer, it welcomes all levels of rafters.
Day 01 : Drive to rafting point, commence rafting then drive back to Kathmandu
- - Explore the scenic villages, attractive gorges and exhilarating rapids
- - Exciting and heart pounding adventure