Marshyangdi river Rafting and kayaking -3 days

Marshyangdi White Water Rafting and Kayaking – 3 Days

The 47 kilometer river, Marshyandi (locally known as the raging river of Nepal) is said to be the most magnificent class 5 rafting and kayaking river in the world. The river rises from the northern slopes of the Annapurna, flows east through the valley of Manang and joins the Trishuli river at Mungling. Unlike other high volume rivers like Karnali and Sun Koshi, the rapids of this river are technical and require a different approach. This river is one of the steepest rivers in Nepal combined with a captivating natural setting and a stunning view of Manaslu and Annapurna.

The best seasons to join this intense and extreme rafting trip are October to December. Recently opened for commercialized rafting, the Marshyangdi is one of the best rafting routes in Nepal with continuous rapids of class 4 and 5. The combination of a thrilling rafting experience and magnificent scenery, Marshyangdi rafting is the perfect option for something seeking an adventurous trip.

What to Bring

  • Shorts / ½ pant
  • Sport Sandals
  • Shirts that will dry qwuickly
  • Swim suit
  • Warm layers (fleece, trousers)
  • Towel
  • Toiletries
  • Sunscreen
  • Sunglasses
  • Camera and batteries/chargers
  • Water Bottles
  • Flashlight
  • A little cash

What’s Included

  • professionally trained and certified river guides.
  • Professionally trained and certified safety kayakers.
  • Quality rafting and kayaking equipment, including boats, kayaks, helmets, paddles, life jackets, dry bags and pelican boxes.
  • Accommodation in a camp and all necessary facilities including personal tents, individual mattress and sleeping bag, toilet tents etc.
  • All meals while on the river – breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Two way transportation – buses, 4WDs.
  • River Permits.

What’s Not Included

  • Visas, flights, other taxes etc.
  • Personal items like toiletries, clothing, camera etc.
  • Alcohol and other packed food.
  • Insurance policy: paddlers need to have their own insurance since we only provide insurance to our crew.
  • Tips for guides – we pay our guides and porters fairly but if you want you can tip them personally.