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Nepal Rafting

White water rafting is a popular type of outdoor sport in Nepal and even all over the world. Basically in the rivers of Nepal, white water rafting can be done by any kind of individuals of all skill levels with appropriate direction and lessons of their rafting guide. In some areas of Nepal, white water rafting is obtainable year round, even though it is normally seasonal, depending on rain. With a trained guide from Ambition Himalaya Treks & Expedition, it is achievable to have a raft with even only one or two experienced people and a crew of novices, depending on the difficulty of the water going to be rafted.

The put-in point for Trisuli River Rafting/Kayaking is located just 3 to 3.5 hour drive west of Kathmandu, making it an excellent choice for short trips, or for those who are en route to Pokhara or Chitwan National Park.

The Tamur River journey to the put-in point for the rafting on Tamor River involves a 18 hour road journey by our private vehicle to Basantpur, followed by a 4 day trek to Dovan (put in point for Tamor river rafting/kayaking).

Dumja is the new starting point for for Sun Kosi River Rafting/ Kayaking trip instead of Dolalghat, is about 3 hour drive east of Kathmandu. We will provide private transport to the put-in point of Sun Kosi river trip.

This remarkable Marshyangdi river rises on the northern slopes of the Annapurna Himal, flows east all the way through an barren valley with in the area of Manang District and after there it swings south to join the Trishuli river

Baseri is the main point for rafting/ kayaking of Bhote Kosi River is 4 hours drive North-East of Kathmandu. Private transport to Baseri is by our team. The 25km river action takes around 2 days.

Newbridge, (Kusma) the put in point for rafting on Kali Gandaki river is just 3 hours from Pokhara and is reached by private transport provided our team. Those departing from Kathmandu leave the morning before the trip, arriving in Pokhara mid afternoon.

The far west of Nepal is one of the most remote and least explored areas of the Himalayas and has only recently been opened to foreigners. Based on this unique wilderness setting, our rafting trip on the Karnali River is an expedition