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Trishuli River Rafting

Trishuli river rafting

The scenery of river Trishuli includes small gorges and a glimpse of the cable car leading to the famous Hindu Temple Manakamana. Trishuli River is an excellent river for those looking for a short river trip, without the challenge of huge rapids, but with some really exciting rapids, with beautiful scenery and a relatively peaceful environment. There are numerous ...See more

Trishuli river rafting

The scenery of river Trishuli includes small gorges and a glimpse of the cable car leading to the famous Hindu Temple Manakamana. Trishuli River is an excellent river for those looking for a short river trip, without the challenge of huge rapids, but with some really exciting rapids, with beautiful scenery and a relatively peaceful environment. There are numerous exciting rapids as the name of Snail's nose, Teendevi, Malekhu rapid, Monkey rapid, Upset, Surprise, Monsoon, Cotton Pony, Ladies Delight, S-Bend, Highway, Monsoon and Pinball Rapid.

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Trip Highlights

  • Kathmandu Sightseeing around UNESCO world heritage sites
  • Easy raft at Trishuli river
  • Short river trip
  • Sightseeing around ancient medieval town of Bhaktapur

Trip Itinerary

Trishuli river rafting:

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu. Overnight at hotel.

Day 02: After breakfast, drive to Charaudi for Trishuli river raft. Overnight at tented camp.

Day 03: Day raft at Trishuli. Overnight at hotel.

Day 04: Departure.

Detail Itinerary

Day 01: Arrival in Kathmandu. Overnight at hotel.

Eco Trip Nepal representative will transfer to hotel, Pilgrimage tour briefing with officially arrangements. Overnight at Kathmandu hotel.

Day 02: Drive to Charaudi and Rafting

Early in the morning we travel by tourist coach, car or private bus 82 km. west ward from Kathmandu or 78 km. eastern from Pokhara to the raft put in point Charaundi. The bus ride takes us out of the Kathmandu valley and through rice fields to the valley rim. From here the road drops dramatically around 800 meters in the village of Chauraundi on the bank of the Trisuli River. At the river everyone is fitted with a life jacket and helmet. Then the trip leader will give a lesson on river safety, paddling technique and what to do if you suddenly find yourself not sitting in a raft anymore. We begin rafting in languid pleasurable fashion to get the feel of the motion on a raft. The riverside scenery is exhilarating.

Day 03: Rafting at Trishuli river

At around 7:00 am in the morning tea/ coffee is ready. After a breakfast personal gears is loaded enter the raft. Before starting there is another paddling sessions refresh everyone's memory and scrap away last night fog. This is probably just as well as today we have another 4/5 hours on the water and we get to run more 3 and 3 + rapids. At Mugling the water of the Marsyangdi Tumbles in to the Trishuli increasing the volumes of the river. We stop for lunch at the confluence of the Trisuli and Marsyangdi River. After pinball rapid of Mugling the river eases a bit there are still a few challenging rapids and the scenery and the geography is very impressive. We end our last day with lunch at Simaltal or Ghaighat. After lunch drive back to Kathmandu. 

Day 04: Final departure

Eco Trip Nepal representative will drop to international airport for onward destination.

Services

Included

  • Airport transfers
  • 2 night’s comfort hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast
  • Guided sightseeing tour in Kathmandu
  • 1 night 2 days Trishuli river rafting with full board basis
  • All ground transportation as per the itinerary by private vehicles
  • Travel and rescue arrangements
  • Welcome and farewell dinner
  • All government and local taxes

Excluded

  • Nepal Visa fee (bring accurate USD cash and two passport photographs)
  • International airfare to and from Kathmandu
  • Excess baggage charges (if you have more than 20 kg luggage, cargo charge is around $1.5 per kg)
  • Lunch and evening meals in Kathmandu
  • Personal expenses
  • Optional trips and sightseeing if extended
  • Tips for guides

 

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What makes this trip different?

Eco Trip Nepal has been working hand to hand with nonprofit social organization SWAN Nepal (Social Welfare Association of Nepal) from its initial years. We provide continuous support to SWAN financially as well as by organizing charity and volunteering tours in the remote village of Baglung district. Organizing your holiday through Eco Trip Nepal will not only provide the chance to explore the natural grandeur of Himalayan country Nepal but also you will be playing a vital role in bringing positive changes in the lives of local community.

Financial support to direct beneficiaries:  In all our programs, we strive to ensure that we only use local operators and try to source all provisions from local businesses, so you can be sure that some part of the money paid to us for arranging your holiday goes to the needy people of Nepal. The money you pay for touring and trekking through Eco Trip Nepal directly benefits the local people through SWAN as we provide them certain percentage of our profits from each and every trip on regular basis. Our guests experience true satisfaction together with enjoyment from Nepal holiday.

Local development through tourism: Eco Trip Nepal along with SWAN has been working together in discovering new routes, making plans into action and constantly working on how it can positively impact on local community development through tourism. In this way we have developed the Eco-tourism Project which focuses to flourish local tourism preservation of nature and cultural heritages.

Community Tourism: We help experience the best of Nepal through the eyes of the local Nepalese community. We enhance community based tourism to help our guests discover local habitats and wildlife; celebrate and respect traditional cultures, rituals and wisdom. In this way community will be aware of the commercial and social value placed on their natural and cultural heritage through tourism, and this will promote community based management of these resources.

For more details, visit SWAN Nepal's website www.swannepal.org