The river Trishuli which is relatively close to Kathmandu, Trishuli river rafting is one of the popular rivers for rafting and is ideal for beginners. Unravelling deep gorges and rolling valleys, the river takes rafters through remarkable landscape before arriving in the planish (terai). The exhilaration of tacking challenging rapids is followed by relaxing sections that allow time for admiring the surrounding. Trips can last anywhere from one day to three days and the river is open to rafting through the year, unlike other rivers where trips are not feasible during the monsoons.
Rapids: Snail’s Nose, Malekhu Rapid, Ladies’ Highway, Upset, Surprise, S-Bend and pinball Rapids.

Trishuli river rafting is also an adventurous means of reaching Chitwan where rafters can then embark on another adventure—Safari in the Chitwan National Park. Trips start at Charaudi.
Trishuli river rafting River is an excellent opportunity to observe the diversity of demography, landscapes, and cultural heritage and the flora and fauna. You can experience the thrills of white-water on the course of three days trip. This can be degraded as per your interest and time. The Trishuli River is the most easily accessible from Kathmandu, Pokhara and Royal Chitwan National Park by far a trip on this river can be made for a varied duration, depending upon the availability of time and interest. Scenic valleys and impressive gorges, exhilarating rapids and easier sections, as well as the right amount of time all, make it the perfect trip for first-time or experienced rafters.

During the monsoon, Trishuli River promises a more challenging ride, with powerful rapids and whirlpools. When the river is running high and wild, there are hardly any rafters around, and rafting on the Trishuli River is without a doubt the most exciting thing you can do in Nepal during monsoon and quite possibly one of the best two days big water rafting trips offered anywhere. There are numerous exciting rapids as the name of Snails nose, Teendevi, Malekhu rapid, Monkey rapid, Upset, Surprise, Monsoon, Cotton Pony, Ladies Delight, S-Bend, Highway, Monsoon and Pinball Rapid. This makes your fun more challenging during high flows with a good mixture of continuous rapids and pleasant calm water. Kuringhat, a small and picturesque village is an ending spot from where you can drive to Kathmandu or Royal Chitwan National Park or Pokhara to continue your adventure in the Himalayas.

Outline Itinerary

  • Day 01: Kathmandu to approx 3 to 4 hours drive to starting point Charaudi 85 k.m and camp at Fishling:
  • Day 02: Fishling to Simaltal and drive back to Kathmandu / Pokhara / Chitwan:

Cost Includes:

  • Dinner with Camp Fire
  • 1 Night accommodation in Deluxe TentExperienced rafting guide and raft crew with all wages, insurance, equipment.Breakfast with Tea/Coffee
  • Both Way Tourist bus transportation
  • 3 hour rafting in Trishuli river with Lunch
  • All rafting equipment and safety equipment
  • Village Tour
  • Experienced rafting guide and raft crew with all wages, insurance, equipment.

 

Cost Excludes:

  • Your travel insurance
  • personal expences like beverage drinks while on day rafting
  • Tips for the rafting crew

Note

What we provide:

Along with our high quality self-bailing rafts, we provide helmets, plastic paddles, wetsuits, lifejackets, and first aid kit.

We provide plentiful, healthy and hygienically prepared food and drinks. Tents and sleeping mats are also provided. Sleeping bags can be supplied upon request.

All our equipment is of the highest quality, clean and well maintained.

Classification of rivers:

Maintaining the highest standard of safety and service, river trips have been classified in accordance to status of water flow, rapids & remoteness.

  • CLASS I Easy: Small rapids, fast moving water with riffles and small waves, few obstructions, minimal risk to swimmers and possibility of self-rescue.
  • CLASS II Novice: Gentle straightforward rapids with wide and clear channels and slight manoeuvring required.
  • CLASS III Moderate: Exciting rapids with irregular waves and hazards, strong eddies and current and skilled manoeuvring required.
  • CLASS IV Very difficult: Raging rapids, powerful manoeuvring required and turbulent water flow.
  • CLASS V Extremely difficult: Long and very violent rapids with several hazards, unavoidable waves and holes or steep, congested chutes with complex demanding routes, high degree of danger to swimmers, expertise and reliable high-quality equipment’s required for safe passage.
  • CLASS VI Unruinable: Extremely difficult rapids, high chances of death and destruction of equipment’s and very slim chances of rescue.

Name and Class of River:

  • Trishuli II+ to IV 
  • Seti Karnali III to IV+ 
  • Seti III 
  • Bheri III+ 
  • Arun IV 
  • Sunkoshi IV+ 
  • Tamor IV to IV+ 
  • Kali Gandaki IV to V 
  • Karnali IV+ to V 
  • Marshyangdi IV+ to V 
  • Bhotekoshi V 
  • Tamakoshi V TO V+

Safety:

In Himalayan Scenery Treks and Expedition, your safety precedes every other thing. Before you begin your white-water rafting, our professional rafting guide will thoroughly brief you about the necessary safety measure and rafting guidelines you need to follow, while you are on the river.

As your safety is our utmost priority, we have made the rafting journey the safest. The rafting trip is piloted by a river guide professionally trained in emergency wilderness first aid and swift-water rescue. Rafters venture into a river trip with safety jackets, flotation devices, helmets and river-friendly clothes. We use high quality inflatable rubber raft capable of giving extraordinary performance, agility, stability and manoeuvrability. Our rafts can swift through the wildest and strongest of waves and guarantee hundred percent safety.

Best Month for Whitewater Rafting:

Best time for rafting is from March to May and September to November. Temperature can get colder in January and February ranging from 7° to 20° C. For rest of the month, temperature remains minimum 18° to maximum 30° C. Monsoon rafting can be arranged on Trishuli river.

Clothing & equipment:

You are required to bring some shirts, T-shirts, socks, hat, suntan lotion, sunglasses with string, river shoes or flip-flop, flashlight, personal medication, couple of shorts and pants for the evening and morning, a sweeter or a jacket.

Company provides raft (number of raft depends on size of group), safety devices, sleeping bags, mattress tents & kitchenettes.

Rafting Guide:

For rafting, we provide you professionally trained English speaking rafting guide for your rafting journey. The guide provided to you is highly experienced and has thoroughly versed in topography and nature of river. The guides are professionally trained for swift water rescue and emergency wilderness first aid, so you don’t have to stress over your wellbeing. Our skilled guides are also able to read river features and move the boat in a way so that everybody stays safe and has fun.  With the excellent expertise and guidance of our guide, we assure you will have the great time doing white water rafting.  

Cost of the Trip:

The cost of each trip depends on duration of trip and group size, the higher the group size lower is the cost. 
Cost usually includes: All full board camping service and transportation to the put in point and back from the take-out point by private coach, all safety equipment etc. 

Cost does not include: alcoholic beverages, personal clothing, expenses of personal nature and insurance.

A Typical Day on the River:

Basically, we start our day with a briefing of the trip and the safety measures you need to adopt. After the briefing by the river guide is finished, the rafting journey begins. In a day we will raft for around 4 – 5 hours. After sometimes of rafting through the challenging rapids, we stop at the sandy beach for the lunch. Finishing up with lunch, we will raft over water for an hour or two and end the rafting journey for the day. For multi day rafting journey, we setup the camp by the riverside.  Once we arrive at camping site, we can wander around nearby locality or simply relax basking in the splendour of nature. Camping overnight by riverside gives us time and opportunity to share our views, feeling and experiences under an open sky of sparking stars.

Trip Information

  • Destination Nepal
  • Trip Difficulty Moderate
  • Activity Whitewater Rafting
  • Max Person 02 - 12 Person
  • Accommodation Hotels/Riverside resorts or Camps
  • Transportation: By Bus
  • Min Person: 01
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