Trishuli River Rafting 1 Night 2 Days

2 Days
  • Private or Sharing
  • On Tent or Resort
  • Kathmandu
  • Rafting
  • All meals during the Rafting
  • English, Spanish, French, Chinese
  • Easy to Moderate
  • 2-10
  • 12
  • 50


Nepal boasts the most stunning and untamed rivers for risk-taking water sports, making it a river runners’ heaven. For enthusiastic interior and cross-border tourists, rafting has become a popular activity recognized as a social, commercial, and competitive sport. The physical landscape of Nepal is perfect for river rafting since rivers flow down from high heights with natural rapids. River rafting is extremely well-liked among clients looking for an adventure in the outdoors, entertainment, and physical fitness by offering adventure trips with fantastic opportunities to see various demographics, natural scenery, magnificent environments, unexplored isolated villages, cultural heritage, and virgin jungles with wildlife, flora, and fauna. The majority of rivers flow through glaciers, hills, large gorges, canyons, and plains as they descend from snow-capped mountains, making an exciting river excursion. 16 rivers are officially allowed for rafting, and the Bhotekoshi, Karnali, and Sunkoshi rivers are ranked the best in the world. Hundreds of rivers are perfect for rafting all year long. Popular rivers for the country’s rafting industry include the upper and lower belts of west Seti, Karnali, Thuli Bheri, Bheri, Trisuli, Budhi Gandaki, Marsyangdi, Seti, Kali Gandaki, Bhotekoshi, Sunkoshi, Dudh Koshi, Tama Koshi, Arun, and Tamor. Even experienced river guides from all over the world yearn to go rafting, kayaking, and canoeing in the Nepalese river to polish their skills and gain exhilarating experiences.


Rafting possesses tremendous potential for generating thousands of jobs, extending visitors’ stay, and boosting local economies. Rafting is more systematic as rapids are graded in different six international classes; Class I- easy, Class II- moderate, Class Ill-difficult, Class IV-very difficult, Class V-extremely difficult, and Class VI-extremely dangerous. Despite being one of the adventurous industries in Nepal that are rapidly expanding, there is a lack of skilled and competent human resources. There is an urgent need to build the technical skills and capacity of the existing river guides as well as the development of additional human resources. Equally gaining the trust and happiness of the customer is crucial to the success of the rafting business and ultimately supports the technical expertise of river guides to provide enjoyment while maintaining safety. According to Nepal Tourism Statistics 2021, there are 87 rafting agencies, 324 licensed river guides, and around 600 river guides yet to renew their licenses across the country. The representation of river guides in the river-based tourism industry is male-dominated, leaving the female river guides at the bottom.

Trishuli River

The Trishuli River, named after the ‘Trident’ or Trishul’ of Lord Shiva, a powerful God in the Hindu pantheon, is Nepal’s most popular river for white water rafting for its easy access from Kathmandu as well as Pokhara. The scenic valleys, astounding gorges, and exhilarating rapids including easier and relaxing sections all make Trishuli a perfect rafting river for both firsttimers and experienced rafters. Depending on the guest’s interest and time available, one can raft for a varied duration normally from a day to four days enjoying Nepal’s diversity in demography, landscapes, and cultural heritage along with the fascinating flora and fauna of the country.


Provide a cool lunch on the way. After arriving at Kurintar, transfer to their destination. Or clients who are doing two days rafting, they will have dinner and camp at Kurintar.


The Cost Includes

  • Necessary equipment, high quality self bailing rafts, life jackets, helmets and paddles
  • Official DWT (government registered and licensed) Experience Raft guide and supporter.
  • All meals (Breakfast, lunch and dinner)
  • First aid medical kits.
  • Kitchen crew and tents.
  • All necessary paper work, permits.
  • All government's taxes
  • Guide/porters: food, lodge, salary, transport, insurance, equipment, etc.
  • Round trip ground transportation (by bus)
  • Safety kayaker.
  • All transport during the rafting.

The Cost Excludes

  • All bar & beverages (Mineral water, cold drinks, and alcoholic beverages during the whole trip)
  • Extra lunch or dinner if you order
  • Your Travel Insurance
  • Emergency evacuation cost
  • Things of personal use
  • Tips for Rafting Guide


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Trishuli River Rafting 1 Night 2 Days
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