Are you exited? Whitewater Rafting in Nepal
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White water rafting is an activity together with high and low tides high risk and recreation in the river(s). You will do it with inflatable rubber boat with a team of perfect rafter and a river guide. Rivers are graded from easy to near and depth and-harder counting to their size, the intensity of their flow- rapids and the difficulties that may affect rescue attempts.
Whatever your desire for adventure and of whatever level’s status’ in terms of economy and time; it is easy to find the perfect river in Nepal. With a wide range of difficulties from a gentle (short and sweet), A day float down the Trisuli river, to an exhilarating an tiresome with full of fun, 10-day adventure through the rapids of the remote Tamur and Karnali. Nepal’s rivers change by way of the seasons. Each year, after the heavy monsoon rains the waters enlarge, changing its flow pace. New rapids are grabbed and re- created; others become more difficult whereas some become simply impossible to navigate. It is important to notice that some of the white water activities you are about to read out could have changed by the time you come to run the river. However, at All Trekkers Team (P) LTD, we are constantly updating the changes in the rivers, so that we can always assure the safety of you people, those who come to us.
Short run Rafting Short trips goes between one – four days and do not involve any trekking, normally. Some of these trips involve less challenging white water and are ideally suited to first time rafters and families. Others attract to experienced, thrill-seekers towards the world-class river
Long Rafting Trips
Our longer trip goes beyond a day’s reach into some of Nepal’s most remote areas. Often they begin with short treks up to the river. On these treks we can hire some local porters to carry our necessary gear and supplies.
One of the mind blowing notice for you that many of our long rafting finish close to some of our accessible National Parks and Wildlife Reserves (ie; the Karnali rafting actually finishes in the Bardia National Park). So you may wish to combine your rafting trip with a safari adventure.