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Rafting In Nepal

Arranging A River Trip

There are rafting agents and river outfitters operate river trips in Nepal. These outfitters could be approached in two ways; one way is through your local agent and the other is to make a direct contact with any of the outfitters after your arrival in Kathmandu.

If you have a package tour which does not include a river trip, you can still book one after your arrival in Nepal. If you are doing so, please make sure that the river outfitter you are going to have deal with is a registered one. The registered river recommended because they possess legal existence.
The river outfitter normally provides you with an inclusive trip which includes river permit fee, all meals during the trip, all river equipment (such as inflatable rubber raft, life-vest, water proof camera container, water-proof day bag) both way transportation, all camping equipment such as tent, sleeping bag, mattresses.

A Typical Day On The River

Normally the first day of a river trip begins early morning around 7 a.m. You are driven to put in point of the river. Depending upon the distance between Kathmandu and the put in point, the river can take from a couple of hours. This is a situation if you choose between the Trishuli and the Sunkoshi. A river trip on any other river requires a longer drive or a flight plus drive and even a trek in some cases.

If you start at 7 a.m. and the drive drops you at the put in point exactly after three hours, rafting is likely to begin around 11 a.m. After you reach the put in point, a safety talk takes place along with the inflating of the rubber rafts and organising other river equipment by river crew.

The talk includes delivering known how about measure to be taken in case of an emergency need. The participant should listen to the river guide very carefully. Questions can be raised to make things clearer.

 
 

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