Clients' Saying

Overall the trekking is fine and exciting how ever some of the guest houses doesn’t have hot shower. The trekking guides and porters are very helpful and great to be with, Phy, Malaysia. Trip: Annapurna trekking – Nov / Dec 2009 Continue

Overall OK. Trekking time was the best time. The trekking guide and his team gave the good service. Yap Hooi Hong, Malaysia Trip: Annapurna trekking – Nov / Dec 2009 Continue

I enjoy a very happy trekking trip. The Sherpa and porter has taken care of us very well. Thank you very much Ho Lee Chin, Malaysia Trip: Annapurna trekking – Nov / Dec 2009 Continue

I enjoyed the trekking, the sightseeing in Nepal, your guide was really helpful he made our journey really great, thank you Hing Soon Miau, Malaysia Trip: Annapurna trekking – Dec 2009 Continue

Enjoyed the mountain hike, shopping and sightseeing, with a bit phobia with the van ride to Nagarkot, due to a lot of turnings. Ho Lee Kean, Malaysia Trip: trekking & sightseeing in Nepal – 2009 Continue

This was the first time I go for trekking trip which is a totally new experience to me. I enjoyed the trekking very much, the magnificent view of Annapurna range made me forget about the tiredness. The porter are good, the trekking guide and assistance guide are very good and helpful. In addition, t Continue

Rafting in Nepal

Nepal is the country of Himalayas and there are numerous rivers flowing through the country. Nepal is world’s second rich country in water resources following Brazil. The rugged topography, extreme variations and excessive snow melting in Nepal make this mountain kingdom blessed with blosoming, flowering rivers, running across the country. This makes Nepal an obvious choice for river adventure. There are frequent rivers in whih rafting would have been possible at their lower rapids; circumstances bound adventure lovers to jump into most of dramatic rivers because of their wildness.

In Nepal, there are 6 rivers in which rafting are possible and often are conderably paddled.

Sunkoshi River rafting

Sunkoshi River, often considered being the river of gold is one of the best rafting points in Nepal. Often started from Dolalkhat, an around 3 hours driving distance from Kathmandu to the Nepal Tibet border, this rafting ends at Chatara, one of the spiritual places in Koshi as the place connects to Barah Chhetra, one spiritual temples in eastern Nepal dedicated to Lord Bisnu’s Incarnation. This is one of the best visited temples in eastern Nepal. The rafting in Sunkoshi River is one of the longest in Nepal. Beautiful sceneries calm and sometimes with high rapid water, camping in the river banks in sandy places, this is one of the best and memorial rafting in one’s life.

Seti River Rafting:

Seti River, often considered being the best river for raft beginners because of its calmness. This river offers a short rafting trip and provides mountain views, hills passing through the background scene of Manasalu Mountain, Annapurna Mountain range. Less rapids yet spectacular river seti is ideal with warm water. The raft which begins from Damauli, a trade center near Pokhara ends at Gaighat generally which is always customizable.

Bhotekoshi River rafting:

Bhotekoshi River is one of the strenuous rivers for rafting in Nepal. The beginning point of rafting in this very river, lying at around 95kms from Kathmandu is baseri which is at around a driving distance of 4kms from Kathmandu. Raft ending point of this river is Lamosanghu.

Karnali Rafting Itinerary

Rafting or Kayaking in Karnali is one of the best trips available in the World. This mightiest river originates from Mt. Kailash in Tibet and hence Karnali literally means ‘Holy water from the sacred mountain’. 
As Karnali River wedge through the Himalaya in a series of magnificent gorges and forests to tropical riverine forests, we come across Nepal's Wildlife. The river is also rich in Himalayan aquatic life such as Golden Masheer and giant Catfish. This is Nepal's largest and longest river, flowing uninhibited through the least populated region of the country. For the eight days and 180 kilometers we won't see a single sign of the modern world making it Nepal’s finest multi day river rafting.

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