The significant rivers are the best on the planet for river rafting sports with numerous rapids that challenge the soul and spirit of the rafters. Most of these rivers flows from Tibet via the Himalayas and pass down the southern flatland of Terai in Nepal. Rafting in Nepal is an exhilarating experience in Nepal’s Himalayan snow-nourished rivers combined with exploration of ancient cultures, unspoiled scenes and thrills of rapid rivers. A combination of experiences are available on rafting expeditions like kayaking, climbing, mountaineering, biking, hiking, trekking and the rich wildlife of Nepal’s lowland national parks.
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Leaving Kathmandu in the early morning, it’s a long eight-hour drive to Khudi. There is no rafting on this day, but the trek is enjoyable with beautiful views and typical Nepali villages along the way.
Day 2– Bhulbhule - Ngadi - Khudi
This day starts with a short trek to the put-in point, Ngadi. Sights and sounds on this trek are engaging. Soon after lunch, the action begins as the trip actually starts here. Marsyangdi is full of thrills and spills and any keen rafter will vouch for it.
Day 3– Khudi -Dam
Each day the river looks bigger. Accordingly, the ride gets bumpier and there is much maneuvering to do. The area is surrounded by lush green jungle and the boat crashes through canyons.
Day 4- Dam - Paundi -Turture
This day begins with a transfer to Paundi which is beyond the Dam. As this concrete structure comes in the way, there is a break in the river journey and everything has to be carried across to a point further down from it.