Rafting-Trsuli River

Overview

Few rafting rivers in the world can match the thundering course of the rivers of Nepal originating from the snow rivers of Nepal originating from the snow meltdown of the Himalayan terrain. The rivers gush through the twisted canyons, winding through calm valleys where small settlements are perched on the banks, taming out only as they spill out into the Indian Plains to merge with the Ganges. A river-trip is one of the best ways to explore the typical cross-section of the country,s natural as well as the ethnic -cultural heritage with massive doses of adrenaline buzz on our world-class white-water thrills. An extreme sport popular in Europe, canyoning is now available in Nepal. it involves abseiling, jumping, sliding, climbing along waterfalls and steep cliffs to deep pools, giving the canyoneer the freedom to explore the beautiful underwater landscape.

RAFTING IN THE RIVER OF GOLD

The Sun Koshi ‘River of Gold’ has been rated as one of the top ten rafting trips in the world. It is also in the list of ‘must do while in Nepal’. the river rises neat shisha Pangma in Tibet and runs eastwards, draining the highest mountains of the world before emerging on the plains of Indian, where it joins the Ganges. The journey takes us 270 km through some of Nepal’s most remote regions giving a unique wilderness experience. The first two days are relatively easy and allow time to train as a team before the bigger rapids arrive. The rapids have acquired names like Meat Grinder, High anxiety, jaws, and the Big Dipper, from previous experiences on expeditions. Say no more! The calmer stretches between rapids give you time to take in the phenomenal views, swim in warm water and camp on white sandy beaches. This river is a BIG volume HIGH adrenaline expedition.

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