About This Package
Rafting on the Bhote Koshi River is one of the newly inaugurated rivers and represents the vanguard of rafting. The Bhote Koshi River is located about 70 km east of Kathmandu, which is fed by snow from the Himalayas. Rafting on the Bhote Koshi River is always a favourite because of its speed of adventure and the thrill of rafting. Rafting on the Bhote Koshi River is relatively adventurous and very difficult for white-water adventure. Experienced adventure and extreme rafting enthusiasts mainly choose the Bhote Koshi River for rafting in Nepal. The big bounces and the daring throat make it more adventurous. The river is equipped with characteristics of very steep and basically non-stop flow.
Rafting in Bhote Koshi offers abundant pictorial moments and a perspective to visit unexplored archaeological sites and discarded areas. The river drops abruptly and offers relentless stretches from the rapids of class III _ IV. Pebble gardens, small waterfalls, inclined channels, and 90-degree curves are some of the obstacles to cheer you up during the Rafting. With the adventure of rafting in Bhote Koshi, you will also have the opportunity to observe emerald green fields on terraces over the river on steep slopes and curious villagers. If you have never done rafting before and if you have little time but want an adrenaline overload then, Rafting in Bhote Koshi may be the best trip for you. It is also well-deserved with the upper section for kayak experts or extreme rafting enthusiasts. This is also the only river in Nepal where the sport of Bungy jump has been practiced and the best known in the world after Switzerland.
Some Useful Info:
Distance: 17 km
River Days: 1-2
From Kathmandu: 5 hours
Av. Gradient: 16 m/km (80 ft a mile)
Volume in Nov.: 40 cms (1200 cfs)
Best Season: Almost all around the year
Difficulty: In November but still can be done if weather permits.