Rafting-kayaking

Rafting-kayaking

Rafting

The topography and geography of Nepal provide an abundance of white water Rivers running from the spectacular Himalayan Mountains. Rafting started in Nepal in the 1980’s and since then has grown to be one of the most popular activities to do while visiting this beautiful country.

From multi day expeditions camping on big sandy beaches with high volume crashing waves of white water to steep glacial rivers running through the deepest gorges in the world, Nepal has it all. Beginners and experienced rafters will enjoy the challenging white water with some of the steepest and continuous rivers commercially rafted worldwide. This amazing country rich in culture will give you an unforgettable trip of a lifetime.

Kayaking

Nepal is said to be the number 1 kayaking destination in the world. It has so many rivers with diverse natures. Jungle lined pristine riverbanks, raging white water or gentle meandering streams the choices are endless.

If you want to learn how to kayak then Nepal is the ideal location with warm water and few hazards.Also, major  expeditions have been accomplished down some of the steepest and challenging white water in the world.

Boasting spectacular scenery of the beautiful Himalayan Mountains and the cultural immersion of passing through remote villages, travel through Nepal by kayak is a unique and wonderful experience.

Nepal is a paradise for kayakers, small tight technical creeks, huge big volume rivers, expeditions, play boating or just cruising, the options are endless. The best time to paddle is October through to December and February through April however it is possible to paddle all year round as the water levels will determine the best spot to go.

There are kayaking competitions and rodeos annually and many international paddlers are putting Nepal on their list of places to go boating.

Whitewater Adventures Nepal specializes in white water kayaking and our guides are among some of the best in the world. We can tailor trips to your needs and paddling ability. Here are some options to choose from; Kayak clinics, guided trips, logistics, expeditions, outdoor education programs and family rafting trips.

Depending on what sort of paddling you want to do will dictate what type of kayak for you to use in Nepal. Whitewater Adventures Nepal have a range of the latest model kayaks from creek boats, river running and play boats for you to choose from. Most importantly you need to feel comfortable in the kayak that you use and our instructors can help you decide.

Rafting-kayaking Itinenaries

Paddling “Trip of a Lifetime” Trishuli and  Karnali Rivers  Multiday Rafting / Kayaking expedition April 1st – 15th 2017
Paddling “Trip of a Lifetime” Trishuli and Karnali Rivers Multiday Rafting / Kayaking expedition April 1st – 15th 2017

Your Instructors: Matt Cooke Onboard as guides for our Easter trip 2016 are Matt Cooke (UK) and Georgia Bhandari (AUS). Matt Cooke is a professional kayaker from North Wales, 35 and first trained with Georgia in Sydney during the 2003/4/5 Freestyle World…

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Island Peak Expedition – Nepal
Island Peak Expedition – Nepal

Island (Imja Tse) peak, is 6000 meters in elevation and is a peak climbing mountain in the Himalayas of eastern Nepal. This famous climbing peak in the upper Khumbu region was named Island peak in 1951 by the group of Eric Shipton and named after when the…

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Balephi Khola
Balephi Khola

The Balephi Khola is one of the smaller tributaries of the Sun Kosi and is a lovely tight boulder strewn river with crystal clear water. The river rises on the southern slopes of a mountain called “ Dorje Lakpa”, at 6990 metres high. Nice continuous…

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Upper Bhote Kosi
Upper Bhote Kosi

This river starts in Tibet and flows through the Himalayas of Nepal. It joins forces with the Indrawati River at Dolalghat and becomes the Sun Kosi River. Bhote is a Nepalese word which translates to Tibet and because of where this river comes from it is…

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Seti River
Seti River

The Seti River rises on the south east slopes of Machapuchare Mountain and then flows south. There are many different sections to paddle. The Upper Seti is just above Pokahara which is a fun and continuous half day trip for rafting or kayaking. Further…

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Trisuli River
Trisuli River

The Trisuli River starts up on the Tibeten plateau near the famours Langtang region. Legend has it that the god Shiva high up in the Himalaya at Gosainkund drove his trident into the ground and created three springs, the source of the river and hence the…

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Sun Kosi
Sun Kosi

It is known as the ‘ River of Gold ‘ from it’s orange colour in the monsoon. It derives from the Tibeten plateau and at the village of Barabise changes name from the Bhote Kosi to Sun Kosi. The Sun Kosi has been described as one of the best white…

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Kali Gandaki River
Kali Gandaki River

The Kali Gandaki River rises in Mustang, which is situated up on a high plateau bordering with Tibet. It boasts one of the deepest gorges in the world dropping between Dhaulagiri ( 8167 metres ) and Annapurna ( 8091 metres ). It’s glacial run off from…

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The Northern and Eastern Nepal Trip of a Lifetime  October 10th -23rd /2017
The Northern and Eastern Nepal Trip of a Lifetime October 10th -23rd /2017

TRIP HIGHLIGHTSS: Kathmandu, Bodhnath Stupa, Pashupatinath temple, Patan Durbar Square and the Patan Museum, three days trekking starting from Sundari Jal and finishing in Nagarkot. 2 days’ mountain biking and four and half days’ white water rafting on…

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