Trishuli rafting


Rafting in Trishuli can be one of the best opportunities to experience the white water of Nepal. It can also be one of the best opportunities to observe the landscape, cultural heritage and diversity of demography of that region. The Trishuli River was named after the ever-present “Trident” of Lord Shiva, a popular God of the Hindus. The river is very friendly when it comes to being extreme. The Trishuli River can easily be accessed from Kathmandu, Chitwan and Pokhara. During monsoon, Trishuli River promises a more challenging ride, with powerful rapids and whirlpools. During this time the river is running high and wild, which makes the trip more exciting and challenging. The mixture of continuous rapids and pleasant, calm water lets you experience the thrill of doing something extreme. The Trishuli river, being the most easily accessible, rafting trip on this river can be made for a varied durations, depending upon the availability of time and interest. The trip usually ends at Kuringhat, a small picturesque village from where you can drive back to Kathmandu or Royal Chitwan National or Pokhara.


Day 01: Charaudi: Leaving Kathmandu after breakfast about 7:30 am heading for Charaudi. After 2and half hour drive, Charuadi Is reached where a crowd of friendly local people eagerly waits to watch procedures. After setting up class up to 3 and full safety instruction, time for lunch on a remarkable beach with unique sculptured boulders. After Lunch slowly enters the Trishuli gorge, which is narrow and the walls very step causing the river to accelerate thought it. Naturally the rapids here are more ferocious and also more frequent. Exciting and adventure moments and time to hang on with Trishuli River. Finally, it comes our last rapid named jholungepul(Supspension Bridge). Encounter with local viewers watching adventure journey of foreigners at our campsites in Kuringhat. Crew members pitched the tents and serve dinner telling interesting tales of their life

Day 02: Comparatively, the second days starts at a leisurely pace. After an early breakfast, it is time to move and the wonderful Kuringhat is left behind for yet more adventures on the river. Splendid views, sights of emerald hillsides and golden paddy fields and bouncy rapids can be encountered from the river. Rafting continues whole day with its forested canyon-one of the many Mahabharat range. Lunch in riverside, after rafting it’s a time to explore the real view of landscapes, watching birds and meeting with locals. Back up to Kathmandu or drive for next destination as mention in itinerary.


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