Paddle through the rapids of the famed Trisuli River in this thrilling adventure, suitable for beginners to intermediates
Get a taste for the famed river rafting spot in Nepal: the Trisuli River. With origins in the Himalayas, snaking through to the nation's southern plains, the river is rife with scenic gorges, rock formations and local villages, as well as flocks of native and migrant birds. Savor a rush of adrenaline as you paddle through foamy white water and feel the power of the rapids, fascinatingly named: Ladies' Delight, Monsoon, Upset and Surprise! Those trying out whitewater rafting for the first time need not worry, as the Trisuli offers the perfect rapids for beginner to intermediate participants. It's also the better way to get from Kathmandu to Pokhara – instead of taking a flight or drive, why not enjoy an exhilarating waterborne journey from one city to the other?
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I've never had a rafting's experience, so when I and my other four friends of mine arrived at the site where the rafting vould have to start, I was so excited that I couldn't wait a minute longer to sail the river. When everybody had put on the safety jacket, the commander trained us how to pull a good oar when we would have heard his orders; above all we had to row a fast stroke in proximity to the rapids. Actually, as soon as we sighted the rapids, at first we used to laugh, then, when we were in, our faces betrayed the dread and we were not able to stroke. We sailed for 24 Km. and we overcame about 10 rapids, I can say with a lot of fun. I also had a bath into the river; the landscape around us was very beautiful. After the 24 Km. the company that organized the rafting, offered us a good Nepalaise lunch.
New experience rafting frm Kathmandu to pokhara.... Enjoyed the nature and and the water flow was just nice coz of starting of raining season and water was grey color mixed with river mud...very good experience....definitely will go again...