Rapids: Snail’s nose, Monkey rapid, Malekhu rapid, Teendevi, Twin Rocks, Ladies Delight, Highway, Monsoon, Upset, Surprise, Bijuli, S-Bend and Pinball Rapid.
Trishuli, River named after the ‘Trident’ of Lord Shiva, a Hindu deity, is Nepal’s most popular river for whitewater rafting with its easy access from Kathmandu and Pokhara. The scenic valleys, astounding gorges, exhilarating rapids including easier and relaxing sections all make Trishuli a perfect rafting river for both first-timers and experienced rafters. One can raft for a varied duration depending upon time and interest normally from a day to four days enjoying the opportunity to observe Nepal’s diversity of demography, landscapes, cultural heritage along with the diverse flora and fauna.
Unlike other rivers, which are open during specific seasons, the exhilarating rapids of Trishuli welcome keen rafters during the monsoon as well, presenting a more challenging ride with powerful rapids and swollen waters.
Kathmandu, Nepal. International Airport
3 Hours Before Flight Time