Rafting in Karnali River is no doubt one of the most challenging and the adventure, which can be combined with a number of other river related sports like fishing, swimming, canoeing etc. [Rafting in Karnali River]
Karnali is the mightiest and the longest River and one of the most popular Rivers for rafting in Nepal. River Karnali was made up of snow-melt of Mt. Kailash in Tibet, which flows down, passing through gorges in to Nepal offering utmost adventure to the River rafters. The rapids ranging from class III to spectacular class V rapids, all range of rafters from novice rafters to the well-experienced rafters. The rafting trip can be combined with fishing and jungle safari, which no doubt is the ultimate river experience for any of them who are seeking river adventure. You can have rafting at class III rapids to the class V, depending upon your level of confidence of rafting, swimming and coping of risks in the river. During the rafting, you will encounter a number of gorges, deserted beaches, and steep canyons as it cuts through the rugged Himalayan landscape, rushing down to lower region.
Rafting in Karnali River begins with a short flight from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj and then drive straight away to Surkhet, subsequently to Tallo Dhungeshwor and finally reach at Sauli village and begin your rafting trip, you will pass many villages and confluence such as Seti Dovan, Jamuna village, Bheri confluence, and finally reach at Chisopani and end your rafting trip. It is one of the longest trips in Nepal. It takes about 10-days to complete this package. It is one of the frequently organized rafting trips among the team of Adventure Gaurishankar Trek and Expedition.