Nepal

Bhote Koshi River Rafting

An exciting River Rafting Experience

Bhote Koshi River Rafting is a short adventure trip of 2 days. The flow of the river quickens heart beat before beginning the rafting and blood freezing adventures while passing through some rapids. Experienced rafters who love adventures in their life can have best moments in Bhote Koshi River Rafting.

Group Size
Minimum 6
2 days
Private Jeep/Van/Bus
Moderate
Trans Alps Adventure
The Journey Begins Here

Detailed Itinerary

  • Day 01: Kathmandu to Lomosangu
    We will leave Kathmandu and reach to the in point Lomosangu. We will meet our raft guide here. After having lunch on the beach, leader will provide a lesson on river safety, paddling techniques and some rescue tips for the safety. Shortly we will enter the river with our life jackets and other helmets on. Then our grade 4 rafting journey begins on with all the way ups and downs exciting flips. Today we will end our raft at Barhabise. We will set our camp and spend our night here enjoying the surroundings and the silent flowing river.

  • Day 02: Set for the full day rafting adventure
    We will finish our breakfast early and set for the full day rafting adventure. We will be fully prepared today as we are going to have some great rapids. We will enjoy the white river action for about more than 95 miles more today. You will finish your trip near the Dolalghat.

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What's Included

  • Ground transportation

  • Necessary equipment including high quality bailing rafts, helmets, lifejackets, plastic paddles, wet suits (only in winter) on particular rivers, dry bag for gear, camera barrels

  • Safety as well as medical equipment.

  • River permit

  • Safety Kayak

  • Meals - breakfast, lunch and dinner (western and continental food) during your rafting trip

  • Accommodation in Tent on the river beach and firecamp

  • Necessary Staff (Guide, cook and helper)

  • Accommodation, food and insurance for all staff and their transportation

  • First Aid Box

What's Excluded

  • Bottle drinks

  • Accommodation in hotels and meals

  • Emergency evacuation

  • Member Insurance

Equipment List

  • Rafting Bag pack

  • T-shirt

  • 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)

  • Personal medication

  • Flashlight

  • Footwear

  • Reading book

  • Fishing hook (you can fishing in the Himalayan River)

  • Pullover or warm sweeter.

  • 3/4 pairs of Underwear

  • Eye glass

  • Water bottle.

  • Sleeping bag.

  • Camera and batteries.

  • Sun cream.

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  • Note: Rafting itinerary can be changed as per different situation.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is White Water Rafting?

White Water Rafting is an adventure sport where you cruise down and navigate a river aboard an inflatable rubber raft.

I cannot swim. Can I still go rafting?

Everyone on commercial rafting trips wears a coast guard approved buoyancy vest. This will keep you afloat in the event that you find yourself in the river. Many non-swimmers go on rafting trips, and they have a great time. It is more important that you are not afraid of the water.

I have a family with young children. Can they go rafting?

Many companies have special family trips available, on which you can take children as young as four. Each particular river trip and company has its own suggested age limits.

What about safety during the rafting trip?

our guides have participated in various Rescue and First Aid trainings allowing us to take care of adventure seekers who choose to participate in this extreme sport.

Do I need insurance for this trip?

We recommend that our clients have proper medical insurance before choosing to raft with us.

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