Rivers of Nepal

Nepal is the second richest country in the world in terms of fresh water supply. With over 6000 rivers nation-wide, there is no surprise why thousands of people every year come to experience the world class white water action. There are several main rivers upon which we operate. Some are half day roller-coaster rides while others are multi week expedition style. We have put this section together to give you a good idea of the different rivers. Click on the images to find out more!

Upper Seti

½ Day - (Grade 3 - 4)

Half day roller-coaster of whitewater action at the base of the Annapurna Mountains

Trisuli

1 or 2 Day - (Grade 3)
The heart of Himalayan rafting. The Trisuli provides fun bouncing waves, flat water chill outs, and rapids that can pack a punch

Lower Seti

2 Day (Grade 2 - 3)

A two day chill out in a stunning canyon with warm water, big bouncy waves, and awesome beaches

Marshyangdi

2 Day - (Grade 4 - 5)
One of Nepal's more extreme rivers, you can be sure to get a rush off this one!

Kali Gandaki

3 Day - (Grade 3 - 4)
Jade green waters, brilliant beaches, and big rapids are what you'll expect to find as you make your way down a stunning canyon

Karnali

8 Day - (Grade low 4, some 5)
Located in the wild west of Nepal, the Karnali is one of Nepal's largest and most famus rivers. Its an expedition to get to this river, let alone the river itself!

Sun Koshi

9 Day (Grade 3, some 4 - 5)
The River of Gold has been described as one of the best rafting trips in the world by Lonely Planet. Would you want to miss out on that?!