Rafting

Not only is the river an exhilarating and exciting way to see Nepal, it is also an ideal means of reaching some of the most remote areas possible for travel in the Himalayas. State of the art white water self bailing rafts makes technically difficult rivers accessible to people with no experience. All that is required is a go for it attitude and a reasonable level of fitness. Once trained you, the crew, act as the engine as our professional guides become the steering wheels. Together, a solid team is formed to negotiate the wilder moments of these mighty rivers.

Fully supported our river expeditions are thoroughly equipped to the last detail. Under The guidance of our professional expedition leaders, a superb team of guides and safety kayakers Equator Expeditions travel in considerable style.

Days start around 6.30 a.m. Breakfast is approximately 7.00 am. There is a real spread for lunch and then refreshments on reaching camp, dinner is served around 7.00 p.m. A normal river day involves approximately 3 hours rafting / kayaking in the morning and an afternoon of 2-3 hours similar progress.

If kayaking is your passion, we give you the opportunity to run these remote rivers with unloaded boats, giving you time and opportunity to do all the surfing you can handle. Just add sun, excellent food, and magnificent scenery and you have a trip of a life time.

Bhote Koshi River

Difficulty: 4 / (5)
From: km 95...

Trishuli River

The Trishuli River is the most easily accessible from Kathmandu, Pokhara and Royal Chitwan Nation...

Kaligandaki River

Difficulty:4 / (4 +)
From:Beni to Andhi Khola

Karnali River

Difficulty: 4 / (5)
From: Sauli...

Marsyangdi River

Difficulty: 4 + (5-)
From: Ngadi to Bimainagar...

Tamur River

Difficulty:4 / (-5)
From:Dobhan to Chatra

Sun Kosi “River of Gold”

Difficulty: 4 / (4 +)
From: Sukute Beach Resort to Chatr...

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