Trishuli Rafting in Nepal

Trishuli Rafting in Nepal

Distance -60kilometers

Duration -1-3days
Departure Point - Himalayan River Operator Office, Thamel - Kathmandu - 7am to 3pm.

Put-In-Point - Charaudi(3and  half hours drive)
Take Out point - Fishling or Gaighat (3 and half hours drive)
Brief description - Introduction to rafting, a wild ride during the monsoon.
Add ons - excursions to Pokhara, Bandipur and Chitwan national park. 

Rafting in Nepal with Himalayan operator means paddling in some of the best white waters of the world.Trishuli Rafting in Nepal is one of the popular river rafting adventure sports. Rises, high in the Himalaya at the Gosaikund, a revered holy river holding mythological significance and ancient tale and belief that Lord Shiva drove his trident in the ground to create three springs. The source of the river and hence named as Trishuli.

River rafting has gained popularity over the years and Nepal has excelled over the years in this particular adventure water sport. Nepal being one of the richest countries in terms of diverse water resource has been an important focal point and interesting water hub to reinvent and rediscover Rafting in Nepal, Trishuli River Rafting in Nepal is certainly one river which is easily accessible within a span of few hours. Due to its close proximity from Kathmandu to Pokhara has become a charming venue for most of the visitors.

Trishuli Rafting in Nepal is not only impressive but interesting too. A river beholding and enfolding impressive and scenic gorges which are not only astounding but exhilarating, posing some of the moderate white water, few exiting rapids, including easier and relaxing sections. A perfect river, for both first timers and experienced rafters alike. While rafting in Trishuli, you will never feel short of stunning glimpses and streamlined cable cars going to and fro to the sacred and famous Hindu temple of Manakamana. Primarily throughout the year most often than not the rapids encountered on the Trishuli are straightforward, easily negotiated and evenly spaced out. An excellent river and an ideal option for rafters who have limited time and want to derive maximum out of this short river trip is worth trying hands on.Trishuli river is certainly a multi-diverse and multi-purpose river, serving peaceful straightforward rafters as well as those looking for difficult and intense rapid encounter. An exciting, adventurous river which, transforms and goes wild during monsoon season raging enormously, swelling and strikingly turbulent churning a moderate river into a thunderous ocean like projection. In spite of all odds it continues to be one of the best rivers for Family rafting in Nepal.

 

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