1 Day Trishuli River Rafting
Trishuli river is flowing from a famous pilgrim, high in the Himalaya at Gosainkund the God Shiva drove his trident into the rocky mountain to create three springs the source of the river and hence its name Trishuli. Trishuli river rafting follows trail in the white water of Trisuli River which is Nepal most accessible river, making it one of the more popular choices. Rising from Langtang Himal with impressive gorges and exciting grade 2-3 rapids it is suitable for everybody: an easy introduction for those who have no previous rafting experience and ideal. The river follows the national highway and after your enjoyable Trishuli River rafting . You can easily continue onward to Chitwan jungle trip, Pokhara or Kathmandu. During the monsoon, the river promises a more challenging ride, with powerful rapids and whirlpools. The scenery of river Trishuli includes small gorges. Trishuli River is an excellent river for those looking for a short river trip, without the challenge of huge rapids, with beautiful scenery and a relatively peaceful environment.
It takes about 3-4 hrs to the raft put-in point at Charaundi by driving from Kathmandu. Under the guidance of a river guide, you venture into a river trip up to Gaighat for about 4 hrs with a short lunch break. and onward journey to Kathmandu Or Pokhara or Chitwan.
- Ground Transportation (One way tourist bus one way Local bus)
- Lunch during your rafting trip
- River Permit
- Necessary equipment as high quality self-bailing rafts, life jackets, helmets, plastic paddles etc.
- Necessary Staffs (Guide and Helpers etc)
- Food, accommodation, insurance for all staff and their transportation
- First aid kid box
Whats not Included?
- Mineral water, cold drinks and alcoholic beverages during the whole trip
- Emergency evacuation
- Things of personal use
- Private Transportation
- Tips to Staffs
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Gears to bring :
- swim wear for on the river
- Warm clothing for the evenings including a fleece or a pullover
- Sunscreen and lip protector
- Sunglasses (with retaining device) and/or a cap
- Towel and Toiletries (environmentally friendly is best)