Bhote Koshi River - 2 Days Rafting but same part repitThis river is one of the most fun things you can do right out of the Kathmandu and a great way to get an adrenaline fix during the low water months.
One of the best short rafting trips. River Bhote Koshi (Grade 4 to 5) is a two –day run of pure adventure. The rafting site is located only three hours from Kathmandu. Twenty- Six Kilometers of continuous white water soaks rafters as they shoot through a veritable maze of canyons and boulders. It is the steepest river rafted in Nepal and required a lot of concentration. Starting above Barabise, you raft down to the dam at Lamosangu.
From : Baseri (1000m)
To : Dam (750)
Distance : 17 km
From Ktm. : 3 hours
Day 01: Leave Kathmandu early on ourChartered bus to arrive at the River around 10:30 am. After pumping up the rafts the guides will supply your wonderful lunch so you will have all the energy you will need to tackle the rapids. Before we start rafting a detailed and important safety talk is given so everybody knows what they are doing (well sort of!). Then it’s straight in to the first class 4 rapids, Frog in a Blender! You will paddle all you can this day ending at Baharabise.We then head back up rive to our put in to camp and enjoy the evening.
Day 02: Wake up early to breakfast then we will drive ever further up the river to Mile 95 to get even more of the white water action! You will paddle the entire lower Bhote Koshi River this day and end at lunch time. Lunch is eaten before we head back in to Kathmandu do you can fall exhausted in to your beds around early evening.
All meals during the rafting period
Transportation going by tourist or local bus depending upon the mode of transportation
Available at put-in and pull-out point
Rafting, kitchen and camping equipment experienced Captain
Cook and other staffs group leader will be free over ten pax
Airfare domestic / international
Visa Fee US $ 30.00
Airport tax domestic / international
Hard / Soft Drink like alcoholic beverage / mineral water
Personal travel insurance / medical insurance
Emergency evacuation things of personal use
Tips for rafting crew