|Trip Duration:||2 days|
|Trek Start Point:||Kathmandu|
|Trek End Point:||kathmandu|
|Meals:||Breakfast, lunch , Dinner with tea/coffee|
|Mode of Travel:||Land|
|Transportation:||Car / Bus|
|Best season:||March - June / September-November|
Bhote Koshi River is adventurous for white water adventure which is a very challenging river for rafting and kayaking. Bhote Koshi River Rafting is full of exciting gorges between the mountain valleys. These gorges are dramatically adventurous and rapids are challenging with big bounces. Himalayan River Fun has been selecting Bhote Koshi River as challenging and enjoyable adventure sports in Nepal.
Bhote Koshi Rafting starts from Baseri which is (95 km.). Bhote Kosi River is 4-hour drive North-East of Kathmandu. Transportation to Baseri will be by private transport. The 25 km. of river action takes two days. The road journey from the ‘Dam’ – take out point is approx. 3 hours to Kathmandu. There is an orientation meeting early in the evening before the trip, providing you with an opportunity to ask any further questions you may have, to meet your fellow rafters and also your guide.
There is not much time to look at the mountain scenery and surroundings once you are on this river as whitewater action starts! However, en route, there is an excellent opportunity to stop in Dhulikhel to admire the stunning views of the Himalayas! The Bhote Kosi is one of the best short white water rafting trips in the world. It is the steepest river that is rafted in Nepal, with continuous rapid action making this river a full-on commitment and a huge adrenaline rush.
This is an ideal trip for those wanting a short but intense and thrilling rafting trip. It is better suited to those who have some previous rafting experience.
What to bring:-Please bring with you shorts and a T-shirt for on the river, suitable footwear for wearing in the raft, warm clothing for the evenings, a towel, sun block, and your camera. A flashlight is also useful.
What you need to tell us: -Please tell us if you are a non-swimmer, or not very confident in the water. Also, it is essential that you inform us of any medical conditions that may affect your well being on the trip. Don’t forget to request vegetarian meals if required.
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Day 01:- Arrival in Kathmandu international airport and transfer to hotel.
Day 02:- Full day sightseeing in Kathmandu in the world heritage point with a guide.
Day 03: After breakfast drive to Lamosangu Over night stay in the tented Camp.
Day 04: Rafting to Dolalghat and drive to Kathmandu.On this day, Bhotekoshi River rafting team starts journey.
Day 05: Drive back to Kathmandu and exploring the city
Day 06: Transfer to the international airport in Kathmandu.
Day 01: Arrival at Kathmandu (1350m.) Welcome to Himalayan country of Nepal After you arrive at Tribhuvan International Airport welcome transfer to the Hotel and the hotel staffs will be engaged for your accommodation and check in the hotel and rest.
Day 02: Kathmandu sightseeing and Trip preparation on this day, you may have time to explore the important places of Kathmandu city with a guide. Kathmandu is many sightseeing point but the Main highlights of the tour are UNESCO enlisted world heritage sites and other cultural and historical spots of Kathmandu city. Wander around the market and shop your necessary things. In the evening we have a short discussion for trip adventure and its preparation. You spend the night in a hotel.
Day 03: After breakfast drive to Lamosangu On this day, you will be driven to Lamosangu which is the put-in-point of Bhote Koshi River Rafting. The rafting begins at the Dam in Lamosangu. There, we will stay at a camp for the overnight. The free time can be used to explore the surrounding area.
Day 04: Rafting to Dolalghat and drive to Kathmandu On this day, Bhotekoshi River rafting team starts journey. The team includes well experienced guides and life guards. Experience adventurous rafting with some blood-freezing rapids and gorges throughout the river. We stay overnight camping in Dolalghat for exploring the area.
Day 05: Drive back to Kathmandu and exploring the city you will return back to Kathmandu by praivate vehicle in the afternoon. The natural scenes and landscape is interestingly charming to capture while coming back to Kathmandu. In Kathmandu, it is better to catch the moments to explore missed sites of the city. Shopping in the markets can be another best option before staying in the hotel at night.
Day 06: Transfer to the international airport in Kathmandu for your final departure by private vehicle and check in the counter by yourself because only who have ticket they can go inside the counter. Have a nice journey see you again here in Nepal.
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