The Trishuli River is one of the major tributaries of the Narayani River basin in central Nepal. Trishuli is mainly famous for rafting. Rafting in Trishuli is one of the most popular outdoor activities in Nepal. While talking about rafting the first place that comes to our mind is Trishuli. Many people prefer rafting and our tours and travel also recommend Trishuli for rafting because it is a good opportunity to experience the pristine natural beauty, scenic valleys, impressive gorges, unpolluted beaches, exciting rapids, and easier sections.
Trishuli rafting is the most popular whitewater tour in Nepal. It is appropriate for all from first-time to experienced rafters. This rafting is a good opportunity to experience the pristine natural beauty, scenic valleys, impressive gorges, unpolluted beaches, exciting rapids, and easier sections. The Trishuli River is Nepal's most popular rafting river. Among its features are its impressive gorges, exciting rapids, some easier sections, and easily accessible from Kathmandu and Pokhara. It is truly recommended for intermediate kayakers and those wanting a cheap white water trip. In the river rafting grade (1 to 4+) Trishuli River grade is 3+ to 4. Trishuli River rafting is safe as long as you follow the rafting guide briefing. Rafting is safe for everyone above the age of 10. Because everyone must wear a rafting life jacket which allows people to float on the river.
10 Hrs L
A trip on the Trisuli River enjoys scenic valleys, terraced rice fields, and impressive gorges with exciting and fun, but not overly challenging whitewater. With pool and drop rapids, there is plenty of time in between the excitement to enjoy swimming, cliff jumping and simply soaking up the beautiful scenery. Conveniently running from just outside Kathmandu towards Chitwan and Pokhara, the Trisuli is one of Nepal’s most popular rivers, providing an exhilarating and refreshing alternative to the bus towards some of Nepal’s most popular adventure travel destinations
- Tourist bus, Private car or Local Bus
- Rafting fee
- Rafting gear
What's not included?
- Personal extra cost
- Trip for guide