Trisuli White Water Rafting or Kayaking – 1 day

Highlights:

  • One day short trip fit for busy professionals
  • Impressive and exciting friendly rapids
  • Perfect for first time rafters.
  • Most popular rafting river in Nepal
  • Best seasons – Throughout the year

Introduction About Trishuli River

Trishuli river originates from Gosainkunda Lake and passes gently through Mahabharat Ranges and joins Narayani River at Devghat. Trishuli River is well suited for rafting and, in fact,
Trishuli is the most popular rafting river in Nepal, perhaps because it is very easily accessible from Kathmandu (1,400 m) and you do not need prior rafting experience. You can complete your rafting trip in a day and during the length of your trip, you will enjoy diverse Nepali landscapes, cultural heritage and demography.
Trishuli is perfectly suitable for first timers and families. The waters are not very challenging and you can loosen yourself and enjoy the scenery. The rapids that you will encounter are Twin Rocks (Class 3+), Ladies’ Delight (Class 3+), Upset first (Class 3+), Surprise (Class 4-), and Butterfly (Class 3). If weather permits, you can also get glimpses of cable cars that move to and from Manakamana Temple.

If you want, you may take a dip into the waters of Trishuli for swimming or cliff jumping, we will be suggesting you favorable spots. Our starting point will be at Charaudi (412 m) and end point at Kuringhat. Throughout the journey, you get to enjoy impressive gorges, beautiful valleys and typical Nepali villages.
Nepal River Runner has been conducting Trishuli rafting trip for more than 15 years of combined experience This experience has allowed us to conduct this trip in a way that is most favorable to our customers and clients. Our helpful and professional guides will make sure that your entire trip is safe and entertaining.

Moreover, for this trip, we will provide you, Nepal government licensed river guides, who have completed Red Cross first aid training. Our guides hold rafting certifications from International Rafting Federation (IRF) and are also trained as Whitewater Rescue Technicians (WRT). Be assured that you will be in our safe hands.