Trip Facts

  • Duration:2 Days
  • Difficulty: Moderate
  • Max Altitude:1,345 m
  • Min group size1 or 2
  • Holiday typeTour

About Trishuli River Rafting

This rafting program unfurls boundless fun through whitewater river. Trishuli is the busiest waterway of Nepal where many adventurers from in and out of the country come to encounter the energy of life in a raft. Paddling in Trishuli River is encountering rafting as well as reviving in the rush where explorers challenge the wilds. Approximately 28 kilometers of gushing waterway takes you to the extremes of adventure. At one minute you are quiet and in next you feel as though your heart pounding near your neck. Yes, unquestionably rafting in Trishuli River is an adrenaline surge - a fun stuffed elating whitewater trip where sudden rushes are normal at each turn of the river.

Rafting in Trishuli River is popular because of its easy access. The road to the beginning stage of the rafting is extremely close from Kathmandu. It is also easily accessible from Pokhara with an approximate drive of about 4 hours and an hour’s drive from Chitwan National Park. When you begin the rafting, you will paddle for over an extraordinary three hours in the stream. Master rafters will give you some essential tips before you hop in the raft. As security is of primary concern, you can rely on our guides and rafters who will take care of your safety at each turn. The facilities and resorts at the stoppage point are of worldwide standard.

At suitable times, the rapids here have varying degrees of rushes. In the beginning, you might desire to take a calm current but in later rapids, you will definitely shout vigorously and yet at other times, you will appreciate crazy rushes of water streaming between giant rocks. While the river is graded as 3+ in pre-winter and 4+ in spring, it can get extremely ferocious in the monsoon season.

Trip Highlights

  • Rafters and adventurers from in and out of the country come to encounter the energy of life in a raft.
  • Enjoy natural rafting rapids
  • Observe river ecosystem of the country
  • Make your trip memorable by spending camp fire nights at the bank of the river
  • Observe countryside


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Drive from Kathmandu to Charaudi; unpack and prepare; raft from Charaudi to Kurinighat. Stay overnight in a tented camp or a riverside resort.

    After breakfast, raft from Kuringhat to Simaltar via the Trishuli River – Marsyangdi River conf

    luence and conclude the trip at Tea-Pot, a popular spot in Simaltar. Later, drive back to Kathmandu or head to Pokhara or Chitwan depending on your own travel program.