For two full days, we will spend whitewater rafting on some of the country’s most scenic rivers. The name of this river is Bhote Koshi. This river creates the notion that its source is either in the region of Bhot or in Tibet. Neither of these locations is correct.
In addition, Bhote Koshi River rafting provides information for students in the fourth and fifth grades and content that is suitable for them and is appropriate for them. Rapids that never stop for 26 kilometers, flowing through a beautiful network of canyons and rock formations. If you go quickly enough, it is possible to reach Kathmandu in a little less than three hours. You can combine a rafting trip on the Bhote Koshi with a trekking adventure to Tibet, Everest, or Langtang. This is something that focuses on the interest of yours to do it. If this is something that you are interested in doing, click here for more information.
Putting in Point: Khadichaur (altitude 800 m)
Take out point: Dame (altitude 600 m)
Distance Kathmandu-Dame 120 km
Rafting Distance: 45 km
Gradient Class: 4 – 5
Rafting days: 2
The total duration of the rafting: 2 days
Volume in October: 80 M3/sec
Best period: October till December and from March till April
the first day rafting starting point so scenic and panoramic driving. After arrival, our chef will prepare lunch and guides will prepare the rafts and kayaks –your hand is necessary. Get set and be attention to our guides briefing about paddling and safety talk. Then paddles starts dancing rhythmically- like paddle forward, backward…on the first day we have only III class rapids i.e. launching exercise for the first day because we are going to have real adventure day tomorrow. Drive back to Baseri (further up from the starting point), camp set at the place of peace and tranquility. Enjoy the campfire and Nepali Ghorle singing with dance having local made raksi (wine)
After having Breakfast, we explore down in dread encountering with challenge of V class rapids “Frog on the Blinder”, “Mid night Express” and numerous IV class rapids. Len your body and paddle harder and faster with tremendous energy because “Wall” and “Cave” is hissing towards us. The scenery of the different mountains, the villa, and forest and Nepali ethno cultural life is so marvelous and fantastic. Monotonously, we are giving up paddling at the Lamasangu Dam and drive back to Kathmandu. What a heart-vibrating trip we had!
|October to December and from March to April|