Rafting in Nepal
Nepal a Himalayan kingdom is blessed with eight of the 14 highest mountains in the world including the world Highest Mt. Everest (8,848 m.). The northern part of the country is entirely dominated by mighty Himalayas the range running from east to west direction of the country. Himalaya was formed by lifting of the Eurasian plate when Indian plate collided with Eurasian plate some 50 million years ago. Due to this collision the Eurasian plate thrust folded and lifter to form Himalayas which is the youngest range of mountain in world. Geography of Nepal has divided into three region namely Himalayan, Hilly and Terai region. In Nepal within a very short distance of about 250 kms of width Nepal experience abrupt change in geology, climate and vegetation which is very surprising. This Himalaya is the third reservoir of freeze water after Antarctic and artic region. In Nepal there are more than 6,000 river and rivulets of different category some of which are snow fed while some are rain fed. However, those snow fed river flows down from Himalayan glacier towards south with great speed. These speedily flowing river cut off hills and mountains to form canyon and gorges. This speed flowing river crushes on the rock and mountain to reach the plain terai.
Some of our white river rafting that our river has to offer are Trishuli river rafting, Bhote koshi river rafting, Seti river rafting, Sunkoshi river rafting, Karnali river rafting and Tamur river rafting. Rafting in Nepal is a one of the most adventurous activity to be done which encloses thrilling rafting experience, camping on the sand bank of river, rafting through forest at pristine river. We also offer kayaking and rafting for the starters and layman who want to enjoy the rafting experience.
Trishuli River is the most popular river for rafting in Nepal. The river flows from high Himalaya and joins devghat in Narayani and is considered as one of the holy river. According to Hindu myth high in the mountain which is today called Gosainkunda, Lord Shiva drove his trident into the ground and created three spring which is the source of Trishuli.
Kaligandaki River is one of the most holy river In Nepal. The river is named after deity of Hindu Goddess kali the god of destruction. Kaligandaki originates at lap of Himalaya in Tibetan plateau in Mustang and fall with greatest speed cutting one mountains forming gorge. Kali Gandaki River flows down between mighty range of Dhaulagiri and Annapurna carving the deepest gorge in the world
Bhote Koshi River rafting is one of the adventurous and short river rafting in the world. Bhote Koshi River is one of the steepest river in Nepal and provides continuous exciting and thrilling rapids which will bring adrenalin rush. Bhote Koshi is one of the tributary of Koshi River which joins the Ganges in India.
Sunkoshi is one of the longest rafting trip, which is 270 km (160 miles). Sunkoshi rafting is major attraction for white water adventure. Origin of the Sunkoshi River lies in Tibetan region of China and Tibetan people known as Matsang Tsangpo. In English Sunkoshi refers “Water of Gold”.