Seti River Rafting for two days

  • Duration 2 Days
  • Destination Nepal


  • A gentle and mild Seti River fed from the glaciers of majestic Mt. Machhapuchare.
  • Scenic views all along pleasant and exciting float downstream with exotic birdlife.
  • A great rafting adventure for all age group from beginners to adventurous rafters.
  • Explore farm villages of great interesting culture and camping on sandy beach.

Seti River Rafting for two days, one of gentle and moderate grade river for rafting where all types of interested travelers and age group can join in. Seti River Rafting leads to enjoyable and pleasant float downstream overlooking beautiful landscape views of rolling green hills, dense forest, and rural village life of farm and fishing activities.

The river flows from the glaciers of majestic and beautiful Mt. Machhapuchare Himal, popularly known as 'Fish-Tail’ due to its twin summit top and the shape appears like a tail of a fish.

A great way to enjoy rafting on Seti River, the name Seti due to its color ’milky white’ also known as Milky River as the river is fed from the glacier with strong contains of chalk and limestone.

Normally, we start this wonderful rafting adventure from the scenic city in Pokhara, where travelers can join in after their major trips like trekking or tour in Pokhara and beyond.

An ideal river rafting, where all people can fit in from beginners to experts in the world of water sports. Rafting begins after a few hour’s drive from Pokhara near the town of Damauli.

Where our expert river crews and captain of the raft receive you and then provide brief information regarding two days of rafting, about safety measures, paddling technique, and of the river including flora and fauna that you witness.

Rafting starts as you are seated on both sides of the raft tubes, and then paddle along through exciting waves and enjoyable rapids downstream, with overnight camp near a small farm village of Saranghat.

The camp provides you with spacious tents pitched on the sandy beach, where meals are served from our camping kitchen cooked by our expert cook and kitchen helpers, here with time explore around and observe river birds’ like kingfisher, egrets and cormorants including migratory ducks.

Rafting continues heading further downstream on the second day of enjoyable and exciting float and paddle through the last and big rapid, as Seti River joins with Trisuli River.

The river gets wider and bigger on entering Trisuli River and then raft past bouncy waves and rapids to end the water adventure on the shores of Trisuli River near the village Ghai-Ghat.

This small village, located on the main highway that reaches you to Kathmandu, or continue for another adventure to Chitwan National Park for wild-life safari, after a surge of exciting adventure on Seti River Rafting for two days.


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Morning our rafting staff and office representative receives at your hotel in Pokhara by the Phewa Lakeside, and then travel on car or coach as per the size of a group.

Drive takes you beyond Pokhara valley facing views of Annapurna and Manaslu Himalaya Mountain range, heading past many farm towns and villages to reach near Damauli town.

Meet our other rafting staff and captain of the boat by the river bank, where all rafting equipment will be ready and set for the float downstream.

After brief information will be provided by our expert rafting guide and captain on rafting and safety measures, as well as paddling technique on Seti River getting well-organized get into the boat as the guide will allocate the seating order on both sides of the boat for proper balance.

As soon you embark our captain will teach you with some practice on paddling, and then float downstream encountering nice pleasant waves and rapids, includes scenic moments observing the scenery of farmland and jungles.

Raft through rapids and end the exciting day on the shores of Seti River at a place called Saranghat for overnight camping.Saranghat, a small farm village next to the camp, with time to explore around and observe local fishermen with native ways of fishing, the river is full of fish such as Silver Carp and other various species, along with exotic bird-life.

    Morning after breakfast walk to the riverside, for last day of rafting adventure, following the same routine as on first day, then paddle through pleasant waves then soon encounter exciting big rapid, as Seti River joins with Trisuli River.

    Rafting continues heading down south, after a successful run over a white-water rapid, and then reach towards lower hills as the river gets wider. Trisuli River runs along the main highway, as Seti River joins and then paddle through ‘Tea Pot’ and ‘Coffee Pot’ a small rapid with a whirlpool.

    Finally, scenic and exciting floats complete heading on the bank of Trisuli River at a small farm village of Ghaighat, located on the roadside of Chitwan and Kathmandu highway.

    After getting into dry clothes with time for lunch, then board in a vehicle f-for an exciting drive back to Kathmandu. After a great exciting adventure on Trisuli River two days rafting.

    Options, from Ghaighat one, can continue drive to Chitwan National Park for wild-life safari, or head back to Kathmandu as well to Pokhara.

      The standard itinerary provided is just a guideline, as the ‘put in point’ and rapids can differ and change, as per water volume season-wise. Some of the rapids mentioned might not exist over the years as the river changes its course, which is natural on Himalayan Rivers.

      Normally Seti River Rafting starts after staying at scenic Pokhara city, taking an almost 2-hour drive to reach the ‘put in point’ near Damauli town.

      Essential Info

      If you have an Indian passport, the cost of trekking to Everest Base Camp is INR 100,000. When breaking down the cost, Indian citizens pay slightly less than citizens of other nations because India is a member of the SAARC (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri-Lanka), which lowers the cost of a permit. Additionally, Indian citizens pay less for airline tickets than citizens of other nations, which further lowers the cost of the trip. 

      People travelling from SAARC countries (Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri-Lanka). have low-cost permits, the cost of trekking to Everest Base Camp can be 20 to 50 dollars less for holders of these kinds of Trekkers and travelers coming to Nepal.

      Climate and Weather:

      Himalayan climate can be unpredictable sometimes even in good best seasons, where April and May to the first week of June will be the best time during spring times, when days are longer with enough sunlight hours.

      Morning and night time as well in shade can be cold, other months from September and October great times for rafting, most days are clear for views of mountains and beautiful landscape scenery.

      Although much colder months of autumn season with extreme cold during morning and night time, where sunlight much shorter.

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