01 Jan, 1970 Great Nepal Treks
Come indulge in the majestic and tranquil waters of the Himalayas……
Trisuli river rafting is well suited for those who don't have much time yet want to experience an adrenaline haste. In Trisuli you will encounter Class 1 to class 3 rapids, (with class 6 being the toughest according to the international rating scale) which are well spaced, giving some time to balance the adrenaline levels.
Banks of Trisuli River provide a very serene location for a great outdoor lunch. Who doesn’t want one? And for those who wish to squeeze out some time for meditation you can also do it on the harmonious beaches.
Usually, the river trip starts at a put-in- point in a village called the Charaudi. Good operators like “The Great Nepal tours and Expeditions” will always put safety at first, so the trip usually begins with a briefing session where the basics of paddling, route and the essential safety measures are all primed.Visit www.greatnepaltravels.com for the best offers and packages. The packages generally include all the equipment, lunch and the transfers.
Best time for rafting in Trisuli River is as follows:-
Another exclusive feature Trisuli River is that during the monsoons, the rapids become more intense and the river takes a different form, which therefore attracts a different class of rafters.
The duration of the Trisuli River rafting is almost 6 to 8 hours, of which you are expected to hit the beach for the lunch in no more than 2 hours from the start.
Usually, the trip ends towards the evening and you will be driven to the scheduled destination in few hours like to Kathmandu-5 hours, Pokhara-4 hours and to Chitwan it only takes 1 hour.
Duration: 10 hours
Difficulty level: Easy for all seasons but moderate for rainy season
Have an exceptional adventure…..