Trisuli River for a day rafting begins on leaving your hotel from Kathmandu as early as possible by 6 a.m. not later than 7 a.m. Where drive takes you on Nepal's main busy highway, heading past Kathmandu valley and downhill towards low warmer farm areas, past villages, and town with occasional views of snow-capped peaks of Langtang, Ganesh, Manaslu, and as far towards Annapurna Himalaya range. Drive continues along Trisuli River from a place called Galche to reach Chauradhi village, located on the roadside close to the bank of River Trisuli where our rafting staff and guide receives you.
The captain of the boat introduces you all to our rafting crew, after dressing up for a day splash on rafting, our expert guide and captain will brief you regarding safety measures, as well providing full information on the Trisuli River and bird-life that you will see along with the float downstream. After getting organized get seated on the side tube of the raft as per guide advice, to keep the boat well balanced. As rafting begins heading through smaller waves and encounter enjoyable rapids called ‘Ladies Delight’ and soon paddle over ‘Monsoon’ rapid.
As paddling progress and then conquer the mightiest rapid named ‘Upset’ a huge curly wave that gets you enough splash to remember this great adventure on Trisuli River Rafting. Shortly paddle through a rapid called ‘Surprise’ and then Bijali rapid to end the day adventure on water sports. Slowly, paddle to the shore by the bank of Trisuli River at a place called Kuringhat. The Kuringhat village is located above the river on the roadside, after changing into fresh dry clothes, and then a few hours drives bring you back to your hotel in Kathmandu. People who are traveling to Pokhara or Chitwan for a wildlife safari can continue from this village Kuringhat, after a great thrill on Trisuli River day rafting.
On Trisuli River one can enjoy a day rafting of 2-3 hours or for 2 days or more spending overnights in tented camping on sandy beaches or in River Resorts.
Trisuli is a famous and popular river for rafting than any other river in Nepal, due to its accessibility, which flows along the main busy country highway. Where one can raft all the way to Chitwan and enjoy a wildlife safari.
All interested people and various age groups can join in rafting on the Trisuli River for a day or more. For all age groups rafting and paddling through exciting rapids and waves, as for families with young children and elderly people we have rafting boats, where one can sit and be safe, without paddling. In this case, we use oar boats where the captain does the maneuvering, while one can sit and enjoy the rafting.
Trisuli River starts from the glaciers of Ganesh and Langtang Himal flowing down south, through mid-hills, and then ending at low warm flat land of Terai, and then Trisuli finally joins the great Narayani River at Chitwan area.