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Trishuli River rafting

Trishuli River rafting is an exciting trip around the year in the meandering river valley, with views of a village, green hill, and Kathmandu-Pokhara highway town. The nearest river tour can join both from Kathmandu and Pokhara city. From June to October, the visitor gets a high volume of water with an excellent rapid. From November to May remain a low volume of water with normal rapid. Before and after the Chitwan National Park safari and Annapurna hiking trip the tourist can enjoy the 3-hour rafting trip.

Trishuli River rafting has grade 2 to 3+ rapids, located 85 km southwest of Kathmandu and 119 km east of Pokhara. Trishuli (Trisuli) is an antecedent river (source of Tibet) that is a branch of the Sapta Gandaki River. The Holy River, Trisuli is 362 km long that flows down from the Rasuwagari. It is Mild River useful for a beginner.

Trishuli River rafting begins from Charaudi after 3-hour bus journey from Kathmandu and 4-hour bus journey from Pokhara. The visitors can enjoy a view of the deep gorge, river valley, white sandy beaches, typical village, highway town and snow-capped mountain during the river tour. It takes three hours time on the river and you can continue next to your destination Pokhara, Chitwan, and Kathmandu. The river has some rapids, including Snail’s Nose, Malekhu Rapid, Ladies ‘Delight, Highway, Upset, Surprise, S-Bend, and Pinball. Contact in Yeti Trail Adventure for a day rafting experience. The detailed itinerary is below.

Day 01: Kathmandu to Charaundi then raft to Fishling

Day 02: Fishling to Simaltal then continue to the destination

Day 01: Kathmandu to Charaundi then raft to Fishling
Arrive 6:30 in the morning at Kantipath, the 10 minutes east of Thamel. Tourist bus leaves at 7 o’clock to Pokhara and stop at the Charaundi after 3 hours that is about 85 km (53 miles) far. Our team is waiting to welcome and brief the rafting trip. Start raft and take lunch after 2 hours on the bank of the river. Enjoy the views and raft carefully. Raft continues to the Fishling. They provide local bus ticket to Chitwan or Pokhara. If you have your own car, drive to the destination. Stay overnight in a tent, if you are taking the next day rafting.

Day 02: Fishling to Simaltal then continue to the destination
Weak up in the morning and take a hot breakfast around 6:30. Pack up your luggage and set for rafting. Continue raft with safety and enjoy the views of highway, green hill and river valley. Simaltal is the ending point. Take a lunch here, then the team give you the local bus ticket to the destination includes Pokhara, Kathmandu and Chitwan.

Trip Cost Includes

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