Situating at the nearest point from Kathmandu, Bhotekoshi is one of the most popular and offer you not merely the sceneries but the utmost adventure trip, memorable in your lifetime. [Rafting in Bhote Koshi River]
Tumbling right down from Mt. Shisa Pangma (8,013 m), world's 10th highest mountains from Tibet (China), Bhote Koshi River offers utmost adventure. It is one of the most popular Rivers in Nepal for rafting. Bhotekoshi River flows down from the plateau of Tibet where it originates, to Nepal in the South, passing through deep gorges and offering superb scenes and sceneries. The rapids ranges from merely grade-I to the grade-V and more, suits all sort of rafters from novice rafter to the well-experienced River rafters. The trip in Bhote Koshi no doubt is fun filled and worth remembering in lifetime.
Bhotekoshi River is easily accessible from Kathmandu or from Dhulikhel or Nagarkot. Therefore, you can have tour around Kathmandu valley or spend nights in Dhulikhel or Nagarkot, in the serenity and then extend your adventure trip to Bhotekoshi River, which is located alongside Kathmandu-Lhasa highway, merely 60 km away from Kathmandu. As it is situated at nearest point from Kathmandu, it is one of the busiest Rivers in Nepal. The River no doubt offers a range of adventure trips like rafting, swimming, canoeing, boating, fishing and more.
Right before reaching put in point, you will be amazed with the dazzling mountain vista ranging from Mt. Langtang, Dorje Lakpa and others and throughout the trip, you will be amazed with the spectacular emerald fields, terraced hillsides, roaring waterfalls, shimmering waters and more. Bhotekoshi River rafting trip begins with a short drive from Kathmandu to Put in point, the last resort and then continue trip down, pass gorges and rapids down to the take out point, you either can stop at Barabise or Lamo Sangu (long bridge) dam, where there are a couple of resorts, you either can have a rest at night otherwise, return back to Kathmandu.