Rafting on the Trishuli



Rafting on the Trishuli

Among the most popular rivers for rafting in Nepal is the Trishuli River. You will be treated to an exhilarating trip where the challenging rapids, impressive gorges, alluring and varied bio geographic regions of Nepal completely satisfy your thirst for adventure.

Originating from the Gandaki river system, the Trishuli River joins the Bhote Koshi. The Budhi Gandaki River, Marshyangdi River and Seti River drains into the Trishuli River.

One of the key features of Trishuli river rafting is the easy accessibility from Kathmandu and Pokhara. The Trishuli river rafting trip offers you an exciting experience as you go with the flow of the course of the river cutting rapids, awe inspiring gorges and enjoy the delightful natural beauty. We now present you exciting itineraries for wonderful rafting water adventures:

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Day 1

Drive from Kathmandu or Pokhara to Charaundi which takes about three hours.

You set out for your journey early morning to Charaundi, the put in point for this river trip. Here you will receive explanations from an experienced guide about general information regarding the trip.

You then raft from Chauraundi to Kurintar.

It can be best classified as having 2 to 3 grades which is according to the rapids you encounter.

You can enjoy your lunch on a beach which features its unique sculptured boulders. Afterwards, you enter the Trishuli gorge. As the canyon narrows the walls becomes steep, densely forested and along with this the current speeds up and the rapids increase in the size and frequency.

After this wonderful rafting trip you drive back from Kuringhat to Kathmandu or Pokhara.

Day 1

Drive from Kathmandu or Pokhara to Charaundi which takes about three hours.

You set out for your journey early morning to Charaundi, the put in point for this river trip. Here you will receive explanations from an experienced guide about general information regarding the trip.

You then raft from Chauraundi to Kurintar.

It can be best classified as having 2 to 3 grades which is according to the rapids you encounter.

You can enjoy your lunch on a beach which features its unique sculptured boulders. Afterwards, you enter the Trishuli gorge. As the canyon narrows the walls becomes steep, densely forested and along with this the current speeds up and the rapids increase in the size and frequency.

After this wonderful rafting trip you drive back from Kuringhat to Kathmandu or Pokhara.

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