Trisuli River two days rafting

  • Duration 2 Days
  • Trip Grade Moderate To Adventurous
  • Destination Nepal
  • Start/End Kathamdnu/Pokhara/Chitwan
  • Group Size 02+
  • Best Time March to June and September to December
All Inclusive PriceUS $90US $99
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  • A pleasant to exciting float on Trisuli, a Trident River and scenic rafting.
  • Paddle through bouncy waves and white-water rapids of great thrill and frills.
  • Lovely scenery of rural river-side farm villages on rafting down-stream.
  • Trisuli River most popular rafting river for all people as well for age-group.

Trisuli River two days rafting leads you to enjoy full exciting thrills with scenic floats downstream, starting from mid-hills to end at low and warmer Siwalik or Churia hills, where high rolling hills and Terai belt the flat land meets.

During two days of rafting on Trisuli River, with great opportunity to witness Nepalese rural farm life, along the riverside villages. As well some wild-life and different species of water birds, from kingfisher-cormorant-storks and much more.

The scenery and landscape are equally fascinating as you paddle downstream encountering enjoyable rapids with refreshing splash.

Trisuli River two days rafting, one of the best ways to experience the adventure in the world of water sports, a river of thrills that provides you great delights from scenic pleasant floats to white water with exciting bouncy waves and rapids.
Trisuli River runs along the main Nepal Highway, and flows all the way to southern Nepal, and eventually joins the great Ganges River in India.

The river starts from massive glaciers of Ganesh and Langtang Himal where other great rivers join like Buri Gandaki, Masrsyangdi and Seti with Kali-Gandaki in the end where Trisuli becomes a great Narayani River.

Rafting adventure begins with a drive along the main Nepal highway, an interesting journey to reach at rafting ‘put in point’. Where our captain of the raft will provide information on rafting regarding paddling technique to go through exciting rapids.

Rafting begins encountering many enjoyable ripple and big waves, and going through larger rapids, with name like ‘Ladies Delights’- Monsoon-Upset-Surprise-
S bend-Pin Ball / Mugling rapids with Double Decker, and the last final C bend rapid to end the rafting adventure.

Float leads past many villages with time to visit around and observe local farm life, as well as observe fishermen, using an old and interesting primitive method to catch and trap fish, like silver carp and other species.

Trisuli River two days rafting is another way to experience Nepalese rural farm life with a surge of adrenaline floating downstream with exciting adventure through many exciting rapids.


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Start the day with an early morning drive of few hours to reach at Rafting ‘put in point’ at a place called Chauradhi. Drive takes you beyond Kathmandu valley and down towards low farm country, and then follow Trisuli River to the beach at Chaurdi. Meet our rafting crew members and the captain of the boat, where our head river guide the Captain will brief on safety measures and all about Trisuli River and the current flow as well of paddling instruction.

Getting organized for rafting, as captain will instructs the seating position on the side tubes of the boat, to maintain balance. The captain seated on the back with a big paddle, as the adventure begins floating on smaller waves and soon encounter bigger waves called ‘Ladies Delight’, a pleasant and enjoyable rapid and soon come across the rapid named ‘Monsoon’.

After going through Monsoon, the Captain will harbor the boat to scout the ‘Upset’ rapid, and sitting tight and paddling strong through mighty bouncy rip curl waves of Upset rapid.

On conquering the greatest rapid of Trisuli Rafting, next head over ‘Surprise’ rapid then end the day at a place called Kurintar, located by the bank of Trisuli River.

Overnight in a nice riverside resort. With time for a short walk around the village of great interest.

    Morning after breakfast walk to the riverside, for the last day of rafting adventure, following the same routine as the first day, head into pleasant waves then soon encounter exciting ‘S-Bend’ rapid.

    After going through the big winding rapid head downstream to go through another interesting rapids of drops and holes, called ‘Pin Ball’ or Mugling Rapid, as it is next to a town called Mugling Bazaar, located on the main junction of Chitwan, Pokhara, and Kathmandu highway.

    Rafting continues heading down south, after a successful run over Pin Ball rapid, to reach around lower hills as the river gets wide, after 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 at the Shore of Trisuli River at a small farm village of Ghaighat, located on the road to Chitwan and Kathmandu, after getting into dry clothes with time for lunch, then board in a vehicle for 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 to scenic city at Pokhara.

      Trisuli two days rafting, provided with standard Itinerary where days can be shorter or longer as per water volume on the river as per the season-wise, some designated ‘put in and ending point’ can differ, due to the current of a river according to different season and other condition, etc…….

      We will follow the itinerary if it needs to be changed in case of weather, and difficulties going over rapids, might require more days especially in late autumn and winter times, where our leader and lead head guides decide holding full authority for Trekking Planner.

      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.

      Items for River

      • River sandals
      • Shorts or a swimming costumes
      • A baseball style cap, good sunglass and quality sunscreen

      Shells & insulators :

      Windproof & water proof outerwear, jacket & pants (gortex or nylon) Fleece jacket/sweater (wool or synthetic only for the winter season)


      • Long sleeve t-shirt / turtlenecks (synthetic)
      • Short sleeve t-shirts
      • Several pairs of thick socks (wool or synthetic), with thin liners (synthetic)
      • Light weight long underwear, top & bottom (polypropylene or "capilene")
      • Wide brim hat (straw type beach hat or synthetic outdoors) to sunburn
      • protection on face, ears, & neck , Underwear, etc


      1-pair new - condition lightweight walking / running shoes, with textured soles.

      Other Items:

      • Quality sleeping bag & sleeping pad. For those who don't have they can rent it easily in Kathmandu or Pokhara
      • Light weight clothing as pants, shorts, cotton underwear, t-shirts, swim wear
      • Light weight long sleeved shirt or t-shirt and a fleece style jacket
      • Toiletries (environmentally friendly is best)
      • Flashlight with spare batteries & bulbs
      • A couple handkerchiefs
      • Pocket knife
      • Stuff sacks
      • Biodegradable soap
      • Hand towel
      • Feminine hygiene items, including plastic bags to pack out dirty items
      • Lighter / matches (for toilet paper and candles)
      • Spare eyeglass or contact lenses (Due to the ease of getting eye infections, care should be taken in using contacts. Disposable contacts lenses replaced frequently can lessen the risk of eye inflections
      • Hard shell water bottle; one 2-liter or two 1-liter bottles ("Nalgene" or Manmade Metal) that will not melt while adding hot boiled water
      • Emergency contact information ; Personal medical kit.

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