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Boutique trekking in the Himalaya

Nominated in the category "Best in Mountain Environment" on "Virgin Holidays, Responsible Tourism Awards 2010, 2011"

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Trip Facts

  • River: Trishuli ~ Blast at Monsoon Flows
  • Group Size: Min-4
  • Days: 2
  • Rapid Class: III to IV
  • Transportation: Private Vehicle
  • Type of Tour: Whitewater Rafting, Activity Holiday
  • Trip Cost: USD 130

Whitewater Rafting Trishuli River

Trip Overview

Snail's nose, Teendevi, Malekhu Rapid, Monkey Rapid, Upset, Surprise, Monsoon, Cotton Pony, Ladies Delight, S-Bend, Highway and Pinball Rapid.

Trishuli is Nepal's most popular rafting river; easy access from Kathmandu and Pokhara, scenic valleys and impressive gorges, exhilarating rapids and easier sections as well as the right amount of time all make it the perfect trip for first-time or experienced rafters.

Whitewater Rafting Trishuli River

Unfortunately, the river's popularity means that it is crowded and the beaches are disturbed during the normal rafting season. However, there is some good news as well. During the monsoon months, the Trishuli changes character completely as huge runoffs makes the river swell and shear like an immense ribbon of churning ocean. When the river is running high and wild, there are hardly any rafters around. Rafting in the Trishuli is without doubt the most exciting thing you can do in Nepal during monsoon, and quite possibly one of the best two days of big water rafting trips offered anywhere in the world.

Cost includes: All meals, transportation to the put-in point and back from the take-out point, all rafting equipments and accommodation on a twin sharing basis.

Cost does not include: Sleeping bags/ mattresses, alcoholic beverages, personal expenses and insurance.

Summer and Fall 2011
02June -03 June 11 August -12August
09 June -10 June 18 August -19 August
16 June -17 June 25 August -26 August
23 June -24 June 01 September -02 September
30 June -01July 08 September -09 September
07 July -08July 15 September -16 September
14 July -15 July 22 September -23 September
21 July -22July 29 September -30 October
28 July -29 July 06 October - 07 October
05 August - 06 August 13 October -14 October

* Medium high flows.

** Due to pre-monsoon storms and snowmelt, expeditions at these times will be high flows.

*** With monsoon season, the river gets wild and very high, so expect more challenging rivers…


Client Reviews

My husband and I went on a trek in Nepal this past August, and we had a fabulous time. It was truly the most unique, beautiful outdoor travel experience that either of us have ever had. For anyone considering trekking in the Himalayas, we highly recommend Raj Tamang as a guide. His company, Responsible Adventures (www.responsibleadventures.com) and (www.notjusttreks.com), is professional and customer-service oriented. We were amazed at the ways that Raj and his employees went above and beyond to make this experience memorable for us. Raj is a 'walking encyclopedia' of information about the culture and history of Nepal, and his confident, welcoming nature put us at ease. He was experienced at facilitating positive, genuine interaction between Himalayan villagers and Western trekkers such as ourselves, and that made all the difference in our 10 days touring the Manang valley. His company offers a service that is truly a cut above the rest.

We can't wait for another opportunity to trek with Raj! Feel free to check out our story and pics at www.joshandelise2008.blogspot.com

Elise and Josh Drexler
Atlanta, Georgia, United States of America

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