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Bhote Koshi River rafting

Bhote Koshi River rafting is 2-day trip with 3 to 5 Grade rapids that is located 95 km east of Kathmandu between Dhulikhel and Barahbise. The river is an antecedent river that gushes down from the Tibetan plateaus with steep gorge. The put-in point is at Lamosangu Dam with the views of Langtang and Dorje Lakpa. The ending point is Dolalghat Bazaar. This is Wild River with the technically challenging. Enjoy the driving on the ancient Silk Road to Tibet Border. The landscapes are rocky cliff, terraced fields, and lush forest, village and highway towns during the 3-hour bus journey. The rafting point links with local bus or private car.

Bhote Koshi River rafting offers fast rapid with a steep gradient. The river flows down through narrow canyons with surrounding views of the forest, waterfall with birds. The river has varieties rapids including Frog in the Blender, John’s Home, Gerbil in the plumbing, Liquid Bliss, Dazed and Confused. Contact with Yeti Trail Adventure for the trip experience. Read further information and itinerary below.

 

Day 01: Kathmandu to Lamosangu Dam, raft for Campsite

Day 02: Campsite to Dolalghat Bazaar

Day 01: Kathmandu to Lamosangu Dam, raft for Campsite
Drive 3 hours in the Araniko Highway that is 95 km distance with the views of the Himalaya, green hills and highway towns including Dhulikhel, Dolalghat and the Sun Koshi River. When you arrive at Lamosangu, listen to the guide and enjoy the 10 km river tour. Sleep overnight at a camp in tent with full board meal.

Day 02: Campsite to Dolalghat Bazaar
Take a hot breakfast in the morning, then, be ready, and listen to the raft guide for safety rules. Raft with the views of mountain, villages, terraced fields and lush forest to the Dolalghat Bazaar. Take a lunch and drive back to Kathmandu or Dhulikhel. Stay overnight at hotel in Kathmandu with breakfast.

Trip Cost Includes

  • Tourist and local bus tickets to the destination.
  • River permit, dry bag, life jacket, helmet and paddle.
  • Breakfast, lunch and dinner with tea and coffee.
  • Safety kayak with a guide.
  • Professional rafting guide and assistant.
  • First Aid Kit box with medical equipment.
  • Food, lodge, transport to the guide, cook and helper.
  • Camping equipment, tent and fuel.

 

Trip Cost Excludes

  • Bar bills, laundry.
  • Travel insurance including evacuation.
  • Private vehicle
  • Sleeping bag.
  • Tip to the guide and helper.

 

Necessary Personal Equipment

  • Swim costume, t-shirt.
  • Sleeping bag and warm clothes.
  • Sun glass with band, sun lotion and sun hat.
  • Toiletries, towel and flash light.
  • Flip flop, reading books, journal and fishing hooks.

 

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