Nepal has a wide variety of rivers streaming down from the Himalayas. Here you can find some of the best white water adventures in the world. We offer trips for beginners, families and more experienced rafters and kayakers all across the country, connecting the most popular places in Nepal like Kathmandu, Chitwan, Bardia National Park and Pokhara. The trips we offer range from a halfday excursion to a twelve day rafting trip, camping by the riverside.
Traveling by river is a unique way to explore Nepal, to get off the beaten track and enjoy the beautiful nature that this country has to offer. We will give you a lifetime experience! Check out the possibilities below.
This river is just half an hour away from Pokhara, making this an ideal rafting trip for those with limited time. Without doubt the most exciting thing you can do in Pokhara! And it is quite possibly one of the best white water experiences in Nepal
A trip on this river means gorges, beautiful scenic valleys, rice fields and fun river rafting. Trishuli is exciting but not very challenging whitewater, which makes this a perfect trip for beginners and families.
This river is just three hours away from Kathmandu, which makes this an ideal rafting spot for a short but very intense trip. The river is fun and challenging at the same time with fast rapids and is regarded as one of the best short white water rafting
Lower Seti is a great river to introduce you to whitewater rafting and is perfect for beginners and families. The river passes through beautiful sceneries, offering a variety of landscapes, rice fields, waterfalls and more.
This river is named after the goddess Kali and this holy river cuts through one of the deepest gorges in the world between Dhaulagiri and the Annapurna mountains. Kali Gandaki offers you spectacular mountain views, jungle, waterfalls,
Sun Koshi is one of the longest rivers in Nepal. This trip starts near the Tibetan border and as the river flows down South it is fed by several rivers off the Eastern Himalayas, which changes the river regularly from wide valley and beaches to narrow
Karnali is Nepal's longest and largest river, in the far west of Nepal. It streams through the most remote and unhabited areas with jungle rich of wildlife. It starts with
This is an amazing multi-adventure trip, combining the two best things to do in Nepal, rafting and trekking. The trip starts with a short few-day trek followed by a great rafting trip down the Tamur river which flows through a beautiful unspoiled gorge.