With its wilderness voyage, Trishuli river rafting is the most adventure rafting trips in Nepal. [Rafting in Trisuli River]
Trishuli River is one of the most popular river, which has really exciting and wilderness voyage for rafting. The river Trishuli was named after the ever-present ‘Trident’ of Lord Shiva, a popular God of the Hindus. Given its easy access from Kathmandu and Pokhara, this river is also Nepal’s most popular for whitewater rafting. Ideal for novices as well as well-experienced, the Trishuli River flows through fascinating valleys, amazing gorges, exhilarating rapids and also the simple rapids offering options for all range of rafters--the well-experienced rafters to the novice rafters. Trishuli River is easily accessible both from Kathmandu and Pokhara and the rafting trip here in Trishuli can also be combined with the trekking trips in Annapurna region and the Jungle safari in Chitwan National Park or others.
Trishuli River is made up of snow melt of two majestic mountains namely Ganesh Himal and Mt. Langtang. The white water of Trishuli is known for other wilderness sports apart from rafting such as fishing, boating, swimming, and others. While rafting in Trishuli, you will not merely enjoy with this particular wilderness trip but also enjoy with the incredible landscapes, wonderful water falls and fountains, natural wonders, the diverse flora, and fauna and more. Therefore Rafting in Trishuli River no doubt is most exciting and worth remembering trips in Nepal and it is frequently organized trip in Nepal.
Rafting in Trishuli River begins with a short drive from Kathmandu to Charaudi, the put in point and prepare the raft and start peddling down enjoy rafting throughout the day and finally stop at Kuringhat. On the second day, you continue your rafting trip down to the confluence of the Trishuli and the rumbling Marsyangdi and takes you down to the place called tea pot. The final end of rafting in Trishuli River, from here you can also extend your trip to Chitwan National park or retrace back to Kathmandu.