The Trishuli, named after the ‘Trident’ of Lord Shiva, a Hindu deity, is Nepal’s most popular river for white-water 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 available and personal interests; normally from a day to three days enjoying the scenic beauty of the countryside, the diverse flora and fauna and cultural traditions of the Nepali people. Unlike other rivers, which are open only during specific seasons, the rapids of Trishuli welcomes keen rafters during the monsoon as well, presenting a more challenging ride with powerful rapids and swollen waters. In Trisuli River can be rafted normally for 1 to 3 days about 20 – 60 km. Most of the people do raft the classic two days trip. After Rafting in Trishuli, return journey to Kathmandu is 5 hours, to Pokhara approximately 4 hours and to Chitwan National Park is just one hour.
If you are interested to Raft in Trishuli please contact us with mentioning days of rafting you are interested for. We will be more than glad to make your Rafting plan for your journey.