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Seti River rafting

Seti River rafting is 2-day trip that has class 2 or 2+ Grade rapids located nearby the highway town Damauli between Mugling and Pokhara. The river’s color is white, which flows down from the Annapurna Himalaya. The tourist bus access the raft point that takes 5 hours from Kathmandu and 2 hours from Pokhara. The river tour starts at Damauli and ends at Gai Ghat where Trishuli River meets.

Seti River Rafting is 32 km long in an isolated with the view of the lush forest valley. It has useful rapids for Kayak learners. There is a sandy beach with a bird watching option. Enjoy swimming, tropical plants and photography during the trip. After the trip, you can continue to the Chitwan National Park, Kathmandu or Pokhara. This trip is reliable to the short time visitors. Contact with Yeti Trail Adventure for the trip experience. Read further information below.

 

Day 01: Drive Kathmandu to Damauli, raft to Forest Camp

Day 02: Forest Camp to Gai Ghat

Day 01: Drive Kathmandu to Damauli, raft to Forest Camp
Damauli is about 149 km far the tourist bus takes 5 hours. Be ready 6: 30 in the morning to the south of the Narayanhiti Palace Museum. The bus leaves at 7: 00. During the driving the landscapes are beautiful include mountain views such as the Ganesh Himal and Manaslu, Trisuli River Valley, running cable cars, Marsyangdi River Valley, terraced fields, villages, green hills, domestic animals and highway towns. Kathmandu to Mugling is 110 km far. Mugling to Damauli is 39 km far. Meet the raft team and listen safety rules from a guide. Raft to the forest camp. Stay overnight in a tent with full board of the meal.

Day 02: Forest Camp to Gai Ghat
Take a hot breakfast in the morning. Be ready to backpack then, listen to the guide. Enjoy the rafting with swimming, bird watching and photography. Raft continues to the Gai Ghat. Take a lunch bank of the river to the confluence of Trishuli River. Drive to Kathmandu, Chitwan National Park or Pokhara.

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 helper.
  • 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, 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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