Highlights of Trisuli River Rafting
- Rapid Grade: I to IV (in high flow season)
- Rafting Duration: 1 day approx.: 20 to 22 km or more further downstream
- Put In Point: Chauradhi (approx. 2hrs drive from Ktm)
- Take-Out: Kuringhat or 1/2/hr. farther Kuringtar depending upon time of season and water volume.
Trisuli River Rafting Overview
Trisuli River for a day drive from Kathmandu or start with overnight at Pokhara a day rafting for few hours of exciting enjoyable rivers to raft.
The Trisuli is Nepal’s most popular rafting river for many reasons, big bouncy waves, hefty holes and tricky chutes all make an exhilarating float, rafting adventure encounters rapids from Grade I, II to IV depending upon water level at various season.
Trisuli River flows from Mt. Ganesh and Langtang all the way to Chitwan National Park and finally ends at Ganges in the Gangetic plains of India.
Trisuli Rivera popular rafting, as it flows by the side of main highway of Kathmandu-Pokhara and Chitwan.
Full of thrills, excitement with scenic views of landscapes that changes as you float downstream enriched with flora and fauna on the banks of Trisuli River with interesting farm villages.
Trisuli River with friendly rapids ideal trip for beginners, family, school / collage group as well for birdwatchers starts with short drive to reach the point of rafting on the side of the highway either at Chauradi village or further down from Fisling.
From Chauradhi village short walk to the beach briefed by Captain about Rafting, safety procedure and the river.
Once in the boat a brief instruction on paddling, float down stream through many interesting and exciting rapids, like twin-rock, ladies delight, monsoon and the most heart pounding rapids of all are “Upset” (an infamous class IV rapid with a huge curly waves) after Upset it passes through “Surprise” and before the end of the trip Bijili rapid will give you a big wash, then back to the bank of the river at Kuringhat, where our transport will be waiting with your nice warm dry clothes, after a change into warm gear and then few hour drive back to Kathmandu or carry on to Pokhara and towards Chitwan for Jungle Safari.
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