Rafting at Trishuli
2 Days 1 Nights
Kathmandu Beni Ghat
2 Min. Pax
Breakfast Lunch Dinner
ACCOMODATIONResorts and lodges
BEST TIMESpring Autumn Summer Winter
Rafting and whitewater rafting are pleasant outdoor activities that include navigating a river or other body of water on an inflatable raft. This is commonly done on whitewater or varied degrees of difficult water. Dealing with risk is a common element of the process.
This acts as an adventure sport that has become popular since the 1950s if not earlier, moving from persons paddling 10 feet to 14 feet rafts with double-bladed paddles or oars to multi-person rafts driven by single-bladed paddles and controlled by a person at the stern, or by the use of oars.
Rafting on certain sections of rivers is considered a severe activity and can be lethal, whereas other sections are not that intense or tough.
The most common whitewater tour in Nepal is Trishuli rafting. It is suitable for all levels of crafters, from beginners to experts. This rafting trip allows you to see the unspoiled natural splendor of the area, including gorgeous valleys, magnificent gorges, unpolluted beaches, exciting rapids, and easier portions.
Gosainkunda, a Himalayan lake northwest of Kathmandu, is the source of the Trishuli River. Lord Shiva, according to tradition, produced three springs by piercing the rocky mountain with his trident. The Trishuli River is named after these three springs, which provide water to the river.
Trishuli Rafting is excellent from February to mid-June and from September to January. In Nepal, the monsoon season lasts from July through August. Rafting tours become difficult to plan during the monsoon because of the high water volume and rapids.
The Trishuli River is rated 3+ to 4 on the river rafting scale (1 to 4+). Trishuli River rafting is safe as long as you follow the rafting guide briefing. Everyone over the age of ten is safe to go rafting. Because everyone is required to wear a rafting life jacket that permits them to float down the river.
We will be heading towards the Beni Ghat of Dhading from Kathmandu. It is 75 km away from Kathmandu and takes around 3 hours of drive to reach, and an overnight stay at Beni Ghat. We will be enjoying our leisure time, doing BBQ, bonfires, dancing, and singing.
After having breakfast we will head towards the point from where rafting starts and hear a briefing about rafting safety tips from our instructor and after the briefing, we will go on for rafting on the Trishuli River which ends at Jabang Khola, and drive back to Beni Ghat for lunch. After having lunch we will now head back to Kathmandu.
- First aid
- All applicable tax, vat and office service charge
- Drive from Kathmandu to Beni Ghat
- Safety gears
- 3 course of meals, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
- Travel insurance, Nepal tourist visa fees, personal items, and expenses
- Fees and entrance during sightseeing in Kathmandu
- Bar drinks and beverages including mineral water
- Airport shuttles, lodging, and meals in Kathmandu except for breakfast
Our trip will be for 1 night and 2 days. The trip can also be completed in a day if you are willing to, it totally depends upon the availability of your time.
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There are no additional activities available in the area, but if you have the time, you may travel to Pokhara, which is about a 4- to 5-hour drive from Beni Ghat, and participate in activities such as paragliding, bungee jumping, zip-lining, and so on.