• Rivers of Nepal descend further and faster than any other rivers in the world, offering thrilling rapids for rafting in Nepal. Many rivers have cut sheer-sided valleys thousands of meters deep, creating enormously unstable hillsides. Any external cause such as earthquake, severe rainfall, the construction of a road, etc can trigger catastrophic earth and rock slides which sometimes create natural dams impounding large lakes, only to burst open and flood the valleys downstream.
  • Most of the big rivers are drained from the higher Himalayas. Rivers of Nepal can be broadly divided into three categories in accordance with their origins. The first category comprises the three main river systems of the country-the Koshi river, Gandaki river and Karnali river systems, all of them originating from glaciers and snow-fed lakes. All of the rivers are greatly popular for rafting adventure in Nepal.
  • The Koshi river system consists of Tamor river, Arun river, Dudh Koshi river, Likhu river, Tama Koshi river, Sun Koshi river and Indravati rivers. Of these, the Arun and Sun Koshi originate in Tibet. The confluence of these rivers is at Tribeni (near Dharan) in Sagarmatha Zone. Flowing for almost 10kms through a narrow gorge before entering the plains, the "Sapta Koshi" or the "Koshi", swollen with the waters of the seven rivers, finally merges into the Ganges.
  • The Gandaki river system in central Nepal consists of the Kali Gandaki, Budhi Gandaki, Marsyanghi, Trishuli, Seti, Madi and Daraundi rivers. Kali Gandaki is the longest river and the Trishuli, the main tributary of this system. The Kali Gandaki river originates in Mustang and converges with the Trishuli at Deoghat in Chitwan. The river is then called Narayani and goes on to meet the Ganges. The Karnali river system in western Nepal consists of the Humla Karnali, Mugu Karnali, Seti and Bheri rivers and is the longest river system in the country. The Humla Karnali, which rises in Tibet, is the main tributary. After entering India, this river assumes the name Gogra.


When it comes to Rafting, the world’s second richest country for water resources, Nepal has the best offer in the world. The mountainous country with fast flowing rivers delivers a thrilling experience of white water adventure. The Himalayan rivers are wild, steep and angry but they are also warm and bug free so when your raft boat cross the rapids you will touch the sky of excitement and your life flashes before you making you to close your eyes. More than just a wet roller coaster ride, Nepal’s river journeys are the essence of escapism. This is why rafting in Nepal is being an extremely popular adventure sport in the recent years. Rafting is not only an action adventure sport, but also it is a great way to discover the real beauty of Nepal since the rivers all originate up in the Himalayas and snake there way downwards through the human habitat, farm lands, wilderness and some of the most spectacular sceneries in the world. On a river expedition there are no hassles, no stress, and only a very convoluted sense of time. Due to the quality equipments and experienced staff, even an amateur with a little sense of adventure can equally enjoy by the perfect rivers of Nepal. Rafting can be experience round the year though the most excellent times for rafting in Nepal are September to early December and March to early June.

Himalayan River Operator Nepal is one of the best and leading white water rafting and kayaking company in Nepal owned by a group of rafting and water sports professionals, some of whom are instructors at International Rafting Federation (IRF) whereas others are senior river guides of Nepal with over 20 years of experience in rafting, Kayaking and water activities in all the rivers of Nepal as well as rivers of other countries including Japan, India, Tibet, Bhutan, etc. The owners of Himalayan River Operator Nepal are operators themselves who are highly qualified in all aspects required to make a good rafting and kayaking company in Nepal: rafting, kayaking, Swift Water Rescue Techniques (SRT), White Water Rescue techniques (WRT), Wildness First-Aid and knowledge of local flora and fauna. Himalayan River Operator Nepal operates rafting and kayaking trips in Nepal as well as other water activities with branded equipments. With the help of high-quality river rafting and kayaking equipments, swift water rescue technicians, and white water rescue technicians, clients can experience a safe and risk-free white water rafting and kayaking trips in Nepal with Himalayan River Operator Nepal!
Himalayan River Operator Nepal operates short duration (2-3 hours) rafting trips in Nepal to an overnight to multiple-day rafting and kayaking trips in Nepal. Short white water river rafting trip is available at famous river Trisuli. We offer multiple-day whitewater rafting and kayaking trips or expeditions on rivers like: Sunkoshi River - 9 nights/10 days; Karnali River - 9 nights/10 days; Tamor River- 10 days; Arun River-10 days; Bheri River - 6 days; West Seti River - 8 days. If you do not have enough time to make a long rafting trip of 8-10 days, you can choose options a rafting trip in Nepal with fewer days in the rivers like Trishuli River (Few hours to 1-3 days), Lower Seti River (2 days), Upper Seti River (1 day), Bhote Koshi River (2 days), Kali Gandaki River Upper (3 days), Marshyandi River (3 days) and Kali Gandaki River Lower (5 days). Besides the white water rafting and kayaking trips in Nepal, we offer fishing trips too. The good news is that we provide kayaking courses for beginners or first-timers. We coach you everything you need to know such as paddle strokes, river maneuvers, rolling, water reading, whitewater kayaking and many more.

  • Day 1 - Kathmandu (1350m)-Charaudi (492m)

    Morning we'll drive through the scenic countryside, around two and half hrs. Of drive, we will be rafting starting point at Kuringhat. Our professional rafting guide will be guiding you in proper way in order to do good rafting. Trishuli River Rafting is one of the famous adventure sport in Nepal. The period would be about 4 hours on River. Then we keep continuous driving to our next destination.

  • Rafting equipment i.e. boat, lifejacket, paddle, waterproof bag, etc.
  • Lunch During the Day.
  • All local permits and entrance fees.
  • Food, salary, insurance, equipment, medicine, etc. for Rafting Guide
  • All our government taxes, vat, and tourist service charges.
  • Official expenses.
  • Food & accommodation cost in case of any natural accident caused by weather.
  • Rescue & insurance such as travel, cancellation, accident, health, emergency evacuation and loss.
  • Any type of personal expenditure such Alcoholic beverages and drinks, phone, and laundry.
  • International airfares

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