Bhote Koshi River Rafting in Nepal
Just four hours away from Kathmandu to the northeast, the Bhote Kosi River Rafting in Nepal is the most exciting thing you can do in Nepal without risk for two days of river rafting. The Bhote is a very steep and continuous mountain stream; a unique combination of exceptional fun, challenging rapids without it ever getting past the point of recreation. Emerald green fields are terraced high above the river on precipitous slopes; curious villagers lining suspension bridges are amazed as we plunge through cascading waves and chutes of foam The beautiful location, thrilling, adrenalin-charged white water makes this one of the favorite rivers we run. If you do this trip once in your lifetime, you will have a wonderful experience that you will thoroughly enjoy. Bhote Koshi River Rafting in Nepal is a great rafting destination in Nepal and rafter can enjoy it very much.
Rafting name: Bhote Koshi River Rafting
Rafting permit: Compulsory
Rafting Duration: 2 days
River distance: 170 km
Group size (per boat): 1 to 8 people
Rafting type: Tent Camp / Organize
River grade: 4+
Possible optional trip: Bardia National Park for an excellent safari trip or drive back to Kathmandu.
Departure: Any days you require
Best season: Spring and autumn
Transport: By drive or by flight
We have high-quality equipment such as a self-bailing raft, American Cup life jackets, white water helmets, Carlisle paddles, advance rescue kayaks, 100 percent waterproof barrels, dry bags, first aid kit, two-person tent, dry jacket, sleeping bags, mattress, and professional raft guide. If we make camp then there will be professional staff such as cooks and helpers (well trained on emergency, medical, technical, and river safety).
We are always conscious of serving hygienic meals and sterilized drinking water on the trips. Our chefs are Knowledgeable in Nepalese and international cuisines. The vegetables are iodine treated. We provide tin packed and fresh food.
All our guides are skilled outdoorsmen, superb chefs, and great companions. Our guides are trained at international standards and have spent several years rowing for leading raft companies.
What should I bring for rafting?
On the Raft and off the Raft.
Trainer/Teva type sandals
Warm fleece jacket
Good sleeping bag
Day 1: Drive four hours to Baseri. After lunch starts rafting the continuous white water rapids to Barhabise. Return to Baseri by bus and camp.
Day 2: Rafting the Bhote Koshi River class 4 rapids and finish at Lamoshanghu Dam Drive back to Kathmandu.
- During rafting full board of meals such as (lunch, dinner, and breakfast with tea or coffee).
- Raft guides, cooks, and helpers.
- Accommodation in tents or lodges.
- Return transportation from Kathmandu, Pokhara, or Chitwan.
- Government and local area taxes where applicable.
- Soft and alcoholic drinks (mineral water, hot water, coke, Fanta, beer, spirits, etc).
- Snacks (Chocolate, biscuits, etc).
- Phone calls and laundry service.
- The donation, tips and personal expenses.
- Emergency evacuation and medical equipment.
- Hire equipment and other personal items (sleeping bag, down jacket, hiking boots camera, toilet rolls, etc).
- In case of natural calamities i.e. political unrest, cancellation of flight due to weather, landslides, etc, the extra charge will be borne by themselves.
- Lunch and dinner in Kathmandu.
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