- Perfect combination of rafting and trekking
- 4 days of incredible trekking and 6 days of exciting rafting
- Challenging and intense white water rapids
- Total rafting distance – 131 kilometres long
- 120 exciting rapids ranging from Class I to Class V
- Best season- Sep – Nov, Mar – Jun
Tamur along with its tributaries drain Mt. Kanchanjunga (8,586 m), the third highest mountain in the world. This river opened in 1998 for commercial rafting, and since then, it has won the affection of many rafting/kayaking enthusiasts throughout the world.
Tamur is not readily available, hence to enjoy this river, you need to trek for about four days. However, you will not be disappointed, the trek in itself is equally exciting. You will be treading on narrow dirt tracks that join one typical village to another. The whole region is sparsely populated, and only a small portion of land serves for agriculture. You can view the glory of Mt. Kanchanjunga from the trekking routes.
The Tamur river has some 120 rapids within its rafting length of 131 kilometres. The initial parts of Tamur are tough. This river is for experienced guides and rafters/ kayakers, and you need to be very careful because there have been several fatalities recorded in this river. This river is very challenging and if you are looking for a huge adrenaline surge – Tamur is the river for you!
Nepal River Runner has been successfully carrying out Tamur expedition with a perfect record. Tamur is quite challenging, so you need expert river guides that are familiar with Tamur. We have the required expertise to run on Tamur. We promise to deliver quality service while keeping you safe.
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 Whitewater Rescue Technicians (WRT) trained. Be assured that you will be in our safe hands.