Trisuli Rafting

Trisuli Rafting, the draining river 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 Trishuli 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. Trisuli 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 Trisuli rafting place, you can effortlessly come back to Kathmandu in few hours after conclusion of the trip.

Trisuli Rafting: What to Bring

Please bring along on river shorts and a T-shirt, suitable raft wear footwear, warm evening clothes, a towel, a sun block and your camera. It is also helpful to have a flashlight.

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.

Price Includes

  • English speaking licensed guides highly trained and safety certified to international standards and certified safety kayakers.
  • Quality rafting and kayaking equipment, including boats, kayaks, helmets, paddles, dry bags and Pelican boxes.
  • Two-way transportation.
  • River permits.
  • Industry standard first aid kits

Price Excludes

  • International airfares and Nepal visa.
  • Any personal medical or evacuation expenses incur.
  • Tipping for the staff.
  • Any others expenses which are not mentioned on the ‘Price Includes’ section.

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Trisuli Rafting
From $110.00
/ Per Adult
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  • Sherpa Local Guide
  • No Booking Fees & No hidden Fees
  • Local Operators
  • 1/2 Days
  • Easy
  • Minimum 2 Persons
  • March, April, May, June, September, October and November
  • 1400m.
  • Kathmandu

“ I was born and raised in Nepal, nearby Everest region. I am proud to be a native Sherpa, and I have been a Mountain guide over a decade now. Following my passion, I decided to start helping travelers with their travel plans! I think life is a journey, a trip where you collect experiences when you share with other people and with nature. “

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