On our overnight rafting schedule the evening’s campsite is nestled on the sandy banks of the river. We have dinner surrounded by the tranquil setting of the Trishuli valley. We sit by candle light discussing experiences and playing ludicrous games. The rafting ends with lunch before boarding our bus to Pokhara (Approx. 3 hours) or back to Kathmandu 4 hours or Chitwan 2 hours.
Early in the morning afterbreakfast wepick upat hotel and transfer to tourist bus drive to Charaudi, the put-in point. After 3 hours drive, Charaudi is reached where a crowd of friendly local people eagerly wait to watch the proceedings.
9.30 The sight of foreigners all geared up for rafting fascinates them. The crew prepares the rafts, after which all head towards the river for safety talk and lessons on how to use paddles. A number of Classes I to Class III rapids are encountered. Ratings are all given on the international rating scale. Two hours down the river is a beach with strange shaped boulders that resemble sculptures and this is the lunch spot.
12.30 outdoor lunch by the river is always an enchanting experience. It also gives everyone a break from paddling and time to take in the scenery. Paddling down after lunch, a large gorge is encountered, the Trishuli gorge, which is narrow and the walls very steep causing the river to accelerate through it. Naturally the rapids here are more ferocious and also more frequent.
15:30 in the afternoon we drive back to Kathmandu
1.Transport Tourist bus from Kathmandu to Kathmandu.
4.Necessary equipment as high quality self-bailing rafts, life jackets, helmets, plastic paddles, wetsuits (only during the winter) on certain rivers, dry bag for gear, camera barrels and all safety and medical equipment
Necessary taff (guide, helpers, etc.)
6.First aid kit box
1.Hotel accommodations & meals at if you want stay anywhere at the hotel during whole trip.
2. Mineral water ,Cold Drinks and Alcoholic Beverages during the whole trip.
4. Your personal use
6.Tips to staff