Eight of the world’s fourteen tallest peaks are found in Nepal, whose traditions range from rich and colorful Hinduism to the simple Buddhism of the monasteries. The rivers flow toward the Great Plain of the Ganges from the majestic heights of the Himalayas, nourished by monsoon rainfall and melting snow. Typically, Mt. Everest and Himalayan hiking are the main draws to Nepal. However, have you ever stopped to consider the rafting trips offered in Nepal? You will be in for some of the finest river rafting adventures in the world if you go rafting in Nepal.
The rafting rivers of Nepal have rapids that are ideal for rafting since they descend quicker and farther than other rivers on earth. The Trisuli can be the perfect option if you need more time for one of those traditional multi-day excursions. Many people frequently use this river as a detour route between Pokhara and Kathmandu. Why spend eight hours on a bus when you can float just half of it? This river features some really large-volume rapids that are safe, exciting, and bouncy. Additionally, it has fantastic swimming areas, cliff jumps, and cheeky monkeys!