Total Duration: 1/2 Days
Group Size: Min. 2 Max.16 Person in a Group.
Best Season: March, April, May, June, September, October and November.
Max Altitude: 1400 M.
Trisuli River , draining the snow melt of Ganesh and Langtang Himals, gains its name from lord Shiva’s three pointed staff Trisuli. Legend has it that the god drove the tips into the ground creating three small lakes, which form the headwaters of the river. This makes your fun more demanding during high flows with a good combination of continual torrents and enjoyable cool water for your Trisuli River Rafting.There are few major rapids on the Trisuli starting with “Beginners Luck” & ending with the rocky & technical “Pin Ball” under the bridge of Mugling. The emphasis is on fun & safety. For those short in time for holidays it is a great trip of exciting paddling and plunging through exhilarating rapids.
Trishuli river rafting has been so well-known because of its ease of access of road beside its major part. Trishuli trip can be effortlessly managed to end at a place where a nature tour start. The rapid on Trisuli are mainly big, bouncy and relatively safe or other accidents are rare in normal water condition, and if you wish, it is possible to walk around the few difficult rapid. Makes your fun more demanding through high flows with a good combination of incessant rapids and enjoyable peaceful water. Kuringhat, a small and charming village is an ending spot from where you can drive to Kathmandu or Chitwan National Park for wildlife safari or Pokhara to carry on your adventure in Himalaya. Follows highway to the Trishuli river rafting place, you can effortlessly come back to Kathmandu in few hours after conclusion of the trip.
Day 01: Early morning drive from Kathmandu and after 3 hours we reach in the village of Baireni on the bank of the Trisuli River. When we reach in starting point we prepare everything and give everyone life jacket, helmet , paddle. Then our rafting leader gives you information about river safety, paddling technique and another safety method. Then we start the rafting trip. Today is four and half hours rafting . On the way your can meet different kinds of 3-4 classes rapids. On the middle we stop for lunch , after lunch we do continue until Charaudi which is our campsite.
Day 02: Early morning pack the gears and after breakfast our leader will give you another paddle session to refresh every ones memory.Today also we have another four and half hours on the water and we get to run the main canyon section of the Trisuli. In this day you can run main rapids, like Ladies Delight, Upset and Surprise which is most exciting and challenging. Depending on the time we stop to have lunch. After lunch continue until finishing point Gaighat. From here it’s a four hours bus ride back to Kathmandu or Pokhara If you are interested on safari then from here you can go to Chitwan for Wildlife Safari.
Guaranteed - Trip is Guaranteed to run.
Available - Trip is available to run if minimum group size is filled
Limited - Only few space available.
Q. Will somebody come to pick me up at the airport upon my arrival?
A. Yes, our airport representative will be there to greet you at the airport. S/he will be displaying an Himalaya Discovery Adventures sign board outside the airport terminal. Upon arrival, you will be transferred to your hotel by our tourist vehicle.
Q. When is the best time to travel to Nepal?
A. For the trekking regions of the Annapurna, Everest, Langtang, Jumla Rara Lake, Makalu, Kanchenjunga and Manaslu we recommend the periods February to May and September to December as the best time for travelling.
Q. How is the climate (temperatures) during the seasons?
A. Winter – January and February. Pleasant temperatures. The nights, mornings and evenings can, however, be quite cold (approx. 0°C – 5°C. Throughout the day, it is mostly sunny with cooler temperatures (approx. 18°C – 20°C).
Spring – March to May. Hot and dry pre-monsoon season (approx. 25°C – 30°C during the day, and approx. 7°C – 20°C at night). May is the hottest month in the lowlands. June is the hottest month in the mountains.
Summer – Monsoon from June to August (approx. 28°C – 30°C during the day, and approx. 20°C at night). Strong rainfall, continuous sultriness and high humidity.
Early autumn – From September the monsoon season is constantly interrupted by periods with only a slight rainfall. Towards the end of August the pauses in rainfall become more frequent and longer.
Late autumn – Post-monsoon season from October to December. The nights, mornings and evenings can be relatively cool (approx. 5°C – 10°C). During the day the sun shines and it is warm (approx. 20°C – 27°C).
Q. Where can I change money?
A. Any cash you have taken with you can be exchanged into Nepalese rupees at the banks, large hotels and the numerous bureau de changes.
Q. Can I use my mobile phone in Nepal?
A. The network coverage is meanwhile quite good in the Kathmandu Valley, Pokhara and other parts of the Terai (in the rural areas it is very unpredictable).
Basically, foreign SIM cards (providers having international roaming contracts with Nepal) can also be used. However, it is cheaper to buy a local SIM card (Mero Mobile, NTC (GSM) – for approx. NPR 500 or more) and top this up.
Q. Can I use the tap water for drinking and brushing teeth?
A. Tap water is not suitable for drinking in Nepal and it should not be used for cleaning your teeth, either. As there is often a scarcity of water in the countryside, water should be used very sparingly.
Q. What should I concern during my stay in Nepal?
A. Nepali people are very kind and friendly, but there are some things that you should be aware of:
Q. What documents do I need to visit Nepal?
A. A tourist visa is required for entering Nepal. The tourist visa can be applied for, for different lengths of stay. A visa is required for children under 10 years but no fee is charged. The entry to Nepal must take place within 6 months of issuing the visa.
Q. How much does the Visa for Nepal cost?
A. The fees for the tourist visa (fees valid since 16.07.2008) are staggered as follows:
An extension of the visa to a maximum of 150 days is possible (per year – January to December). The extension must be made at the Immigration Office in Kathmandu. A fee of $ 2.00 is charged in Nepalese rupees (NPR) per day of extension.
Q. Can I find a hospital with western doctors?
A. CIWEC Clinic with western doctors is located in Lazimpat, Kathmandu, Tel. +977 1 442 4111, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q. Do I need an international health and travel insurance?
A. It is recommended taking out a travel and health insurance covering the following risks:- Emergency and personal accident transport/emergency evacuation (helicopter rescue, rescue costs in a case of illness or accident), medical and personal accident risks, repatriation, tour cancellation, damages and theft of baggage.
Q. What happens in bad weather periods?
A. There is virtually always a possibility of a flight delay or postponement owing to highly unpredictable weather conditions that may occur in Himalayan regions, in particular, in the Everest region (Lukla), Jomsom, Dolpo, Simikot and the Jumla region, etc.
When trekking in remote areas or those described above, and especially outside the trekking season, the clients are strongly advised to reserve extra days for making allowance for possible delays, and thereby avoid any frustrating consequences. In the case of a delayed flight prior to commencing the tour, or at the end of the tour, the participants shall pay for their own accommodation, food costs, etc.
Q. Where can I store my unneeded luggage during trekking?
A. As a rule there is the possibility before commencing the trek, of depositing part of the baggage in the hotel in Kathmandu or in Pokhara.
Q. What kind of meals I can have during the trekking?
A. All Meals on full board basis will be provided during trekking. Freshly cooked food is served at all times (western, continental and Nepalese, Chinese, Indian and Tibetan meals are available in all places).
Q. Is there any communication while we are on trekking?
A. There are telephones in some villages along the trekking routes from which you can make international calls. All our guides are equipped with the local mobile phone. You may wish to pass the number of our guide to your family for the callback or you can make a call from the guide’s mobile and pay him directly for the international call too.
Q. Can I re-charge camera batteries along the trek?
A. Yes, Most of the places, you can charge batteries along the trek (per hour USD 2 – 3 for charging).
Q. What kinds of banking facilities in Nepal?
A. Nepal has modern banking facilities and some international banks even have offices in Kathmandu. Almost all foreign currencies along with credit cards such as American Express, Visa, and Master card are accepted in Nepal. Nepal has also ATM facilities as well.