Nepal’s most popular rafting trip. Just two hours drive from Kathmandu the Triisuli makes for an adrenaline-packed trip during the monsoon, or a more relaxed float the rest of the year round—ideal for first time…
This trip can be combined with Chitwan National Park, village hikes.
A typical day
6.30 am : wake-up to a steaming hot tea or coffee
7.30 am : breakfast
8.30 pack-up and load rafts
9.30 am : start rafting
12 pm : lunch
13 pm : afternoon rafting
15pm : set-up camp on the riverside
16 pm : tea, snacks and time for relaxing / beach volleyball
18 pm : dinner
Rafting is a team sport, both on and off the river. Your guide team will be responsible for cooking and managing the campsite, but they will need your help. In return, they will be happy to share their local knowledge with you, and can teach you how to prepare very tasty Dal Bhat, the national dish!
Curbing environmental degradation is a major challenge on many of Nepal’s Himalayan rivers. Alternative Nepal is committed to the ‘Leave No Trace’ principle. We carry what we need, and bring our litter home with us. Cooking is done by LP Gas, so we don’t use up precious firewood.
River Guide Welfare
We are the only company in Nepal to give $1.00 from the cost of your rafting trip to the Himalayan River Guide Association. This money is used to…
Insure freelance guides and their families against accident and injury.
Insure every Nepalese guide has advanced safety and rescue training.
Support the conservation of Nepalese rivers.
Expedition of the Trisuli River is on the request and we run our expedition from Trisuli Bazaar to Gaighat, which is off the beaten track and virgin area to rafting and great option for private and family trip.
Trip cost will be bit more than 1 or two days rafting because we have to bring extra boats and whole camping set up.
Comprehensive list will provided while book the trip.
Most of the items can buy or rent in Kathmandu.
6.30am meet at the Alternative Nepal office in Thamel and drive to the river (3 hours). Raft 20km and camp around Charaudi at 4pm.
Start rafting at 9.30am. Raft approximately 20km and take out at Fishling where we have lunch. Drive back to Kathmandu.
We run self-sufficient trips on several of Nepal’s best rivers; whether you want just a weekend on the water, or you are wanting to escape Kathmandu for a much longer period of time, we should have just the thing for you. We have the best guides in the country, the latest equipment and excellent safety records.