Trishuli River Rafting
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Trishuli River is one of the most popular river rafting destination in Nepal which flows from the Himalaya at Gosainkunda. Trishuli river name came from ‘Trishula’ a weapon which is carried by Hindu God Shiva. Trishuli River Rafting/Kayaking is located just 3 to 3.5 hour drive west of Kathmandu.
Trishuli river can be easily accessible from Kathmandu, Pokhara and Chitwan. Trishuli rafting can be done all around the year which is perfect for both experience as well as first-time rafters and safe for all age groups. We will experience popular rapids like Snail’s nose and lady’s delight while rafting the Trishuli river.
All year round, the rapids of Trishuli are straight forward, easily negotiated and well spaced out. The rapids will push our boat and makes us search for safety which is challenging, and fun. With kayak riders constantly following us and the presence of Guide in our raft, We wont have any problem if the boat overturns or if we fell in the water. We need to keep calm if we face these kinds of situation.Whether it is swimming in the river or cliff jumping we have plenty of time while rafting in Trishuli.
We will experience the sense of teamwork after we complete rafting. Trishuli river rafting is best way to travel from Kathmandu to Pokhara as rafting in Trishuli is done on the way to Pokhara which begins at Chaurandi and ends at Gaighat. It is a ride to remember with a combination of grade II+ and III+ rapids with some IV’ in the post monsoon season.
It offers us an opportunity to view the landscape, terraced rice fields, scenic valley, extraordinary river and spectacular mountains. This package starts and ends from Kathmandu. With your suggestions we can start from Pokhara and ends to Kathmandu.
If you want to add Trishuli River Rafting Adventure, we recommended Kathmandu – Nagarkot – Pokhara – Chitwan Tour for your Nepal Trip.
Few more useful links:
Kathmandu to Charaudi
All your river rafting fees.
One lunch on day rafting on Trishuli river
All required rafting gears and equipment.
All our government taxes.
Experienced rafting guide and raft crew with all wages, insurance, equipment.
Mineral water, cold drinks and alcoholic beverages during the whole trip.
Hotel accommodations & meals at if you stay anywhere at the hotel during whole trip.
Things of personal use.
Where is the Trishuli River in Nepal?
The Trishuli River is an exciting that lies in Central Nepal and is very close to the capital city of Kathmandu. It is one of the major tributaries of the Narayani River basin that originates in Tibet and enters Nepal.
Is Trishuli River safe for rafting? I have never attempted rafting before?
Yes it is safe whether you are a novice paddler or a professional it can be attempted by all walks of life. It is a universal truth that every adventure activity comes with its own set of risks which makes it exciting. Our professional guides will provide you with a full safety briefing and demonstration. This ensures that everyone on board knows exactly how and what to do.
Not only that we teach you how to be rescued by our safety kayakers in case you fall out of the raft. Our guides are the best in the industry and they will take very good care of you. Be with us to feel extremely confident in taking to the waters with fun, excitement and safety.
I don't know how to swim, will that be a problem?
No problem! We provide professional CE / ISO certified PFDs (personal floatation devices). This will support and enhance your whitewater swim” in case you do fall out of the raft. However if in case If you do fall out of the raft, our standby safety kayakers respond instantly and rescue you back to safety in the raft or on to shore.
What do the river classes mean?
The river classes are nothing but classification of rivers as per the water volume and technical difficulties that the rivers present with. Based on which it is classified as under:-
Class I-II are small and simple waves.
Class III/III+ are exciting, but not too difficult or technical.
Class IV/IV+ provide a great adrenalin rush with the chance of falling out or flipping the raft.
Class V is extreme, challenging, and usually requires a great deal of attention and guidance. For this we deploy our expertly trained and experienced professional guides.
What kind of food do you provide?
We offer both Western & Nepali dishes with vegetarian and non-vegetarian options. Meals are always provided as a buffet, so you can help yourself to what you like and avoid what you don’t. Breakfast includes tea, coffee & hot chocolate. Besides that muslie, cornflakes, eggs, toast, potatoes, pancakes, porridge and fruits are also on the menu.
Are the rivers clean to swim in, or will I get sick?
Yes absolutely the rivers are clean for taking a plunge without any doubts. Be rest assured that you won’t get sick from simply swimming in them.
What kind of footwear do I need?
For our rafting & kayaking trips, a sport sandal which stays on your foot is the best option. There are quite a few reliable brands which are available here in Nepal.
Do I need to be fit for rafting in the Trishuli River?
A basic level of physical fitness is required for Trishuli river rafting trips. However you need to be free from all kinds of disabilities or pre-existing medical conditions for rafting in Trishuli.
Will we have a campfire?
We will try our best to offer campfires on overnight trips, but it’s not guaranteed. In order to respect the environment and our local villages, we must assess the camp situation on each trip.
Do I need to book a river rafting trip in advance?
There is no hard and fast rule for booking your river rafting trip in advance. However, if it’s booked in advance it helps us to process your participation smoothly. The earlier people sign up, the easier it is for us to recruit more participants.
What if I want to cancel?
Yes you can cancel your trip; however 25% deposit is not refundable. Moreover we recommend you for having trip cancellation / interruption insurance to protect you from unexpected situations.
Can I bring my camera?
Yes, you are welcome to bring your camera on the trips. All our trips will have a large communal dry box that you can place your camera in while on the river. However, please make note that the river trips are prone to risks guaranteeing your camera’s safety is not certain.
What is the maximum number of people that are allowed to be in a raft?
The rafts are large enough to carry six people (plus cargo on expedition trips) and you’re a rafting guide. If you’re traveling with friends or in a group, we can generally organize it so that you are together in the same raft.
Which is the best season for Trishuli River rafting in Nepal?
Rafting is possible throughout the year in Nepal. Seasonal variations in temperature and rainfall affect the water levels in the rivers and determine which rivers are best run at any one time.
What is the minimum/ maximum age?
The minimum age for rafting is 5 years, however, children under 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. There is no maximum age for rafting as long as you are active and able to swim.
Is there a guide in the raft with us?
Yes, every boat is supervised by a fully qualified and certified rafting guide. For Mission Nepal your safety is of paramount importance to us. At times an additional trainee guide will also be in the raft to learn from the qualified guide and act as a helping hand if need be.
Can we change the itinerary if I want to?
Absolutely yes, we can customize the itinerary as per your wish. However you need to inform it in advance before the trek starts. Sometimes, because of unforeseen circumstances in the mountains, we need to change the itinerary. However, the date of trek completion should always be in line with the pre-established itinerary.
What is the guide's qualification who guides us?
We have a government certified and experienced guide who can speak English very well. We have a fleet of expert friendly guides that know the region like the back of their hand.
Is tipping compulsory for guides and other crew members?
Tipping is not a compulsion for staff members, although tipping for a guide and staff is a good practice. As both the guide and the crew members Porter expects tips, as your tip helps their family.
How can we contact you if we need more information?
We are a local trekking company based in Kathmandu. You can contact directly with the following numbers and email addresses:
Landline: +977-01- 4438165 Or +977 9802072870
Why book with us?
- More then 20 years of experience
- A professional and responsible travel company based in Nepal
- Specialist group adventure tours and treks in the Himalayas – India, Nepal, Tibet, Bhutan
- Fully customisable itineraries and dates
- Professional & friendly local guides – supporting the people of Nepal
- Guaranteed Departures
- No negotiations in giving best quality