|Trip Duration:||5 days|
|Trek Start Point:||Khudi|
|Trek End Point:||Bimal nagar|
|Meals:||Breakfast, lunch , Dinner with tea/coffee|
|Mode of Travel:||Land|
|Transportation:||Car / Bus|
|Best season:||March - June / September-November|
Marshayangdi :-Marsyangdi River Rafting is considered as one of the best rivers in the world for rafting located in Annapurna Himalayan Range in Nepal is popular for its whitewater rapids and the wonderful and impressive mountain backdrops. One needs to drive up to Besisahar and take four to five hour trek up to Nagdi in order to reach here. Literal meaning of Marsyangdi is ‘ranging river’ and one passes through different landscapes accompanied by scenic mountains, remote villages and natural beauty. The river is approximately 400 km long and the best time to visit here, especially for rafting, is October to December and March to May.
Marsyangdi River situated between the mountains in the far western region of Nepal offers one of the best rafting expeditions starting with a deep and pathless gorge slowly descending to the dry landscapes. The lower part of the river consists of deep canyon that is lightly populated with the wildlife. The experience of flowing along the river watching the captivating views of some finest jungles, varied wildlife along the river banks, magnificent Himalayas and mountains views, canyons and gorges is one of the best combination of adventure and excitement.
Marsyangdi River is attraction to the area of the wonderful and adventurous Annapurna Himalayan Range, Annapurna Conservation Area and Sanctuary that is rich in biodiversity and wildlife. The variety of plant and animal species found here, some of them among the rare species, are a few major attractions of the area. You can combine your visit to the river with a trek to the Annapurna Conservation Area or Sanctuary or rafting and cannoning in the river and cannons of the region. All these adventures combined into one, makes your trip to Marsyangdi River memorable.Marshyangdi River rafting might be good option. With range of its rapid grade from 3 to 4 if offer quite good rafting adventure during your river trips.
Day 01: Early morning drive to Beshi Sahar end with bumpy road at last part of drive, Rest for the day before your white water rafting fun begins.
Day 02: Second day of your rafting in Nepal in Marshyangdi River start with walking up to Kudhi, while rest of the time you can explore around village of Bulbule. Overnight in camp site with briefing section from team leaders for your rafting adventure which is about to start from tomorrow.
Day 03: Hike up to Nagdi start point of White River Rafting, packed up all gears get ready as you are about to experience the most knuckle gripping section. Throughout entire day we encounter with grade 4 rapid before overnight rafting trips fix the camp site nearby Beshi Sahar.
Day 04: Rest day, roll out in kayak very far from crowds of trekkers, rafting in Nepal, in Marshyangdi offer you to operate kayak roll, in beautiful area before fun begins from tomorrow again.
Day 05: Ending day of white water rafting passes through such a high walled gorge, river became very mellow, plenty of birds, vegetation which can be described in one word as breathtaking. White river rafting in Marshyangdi is terminated as place name Bimal Nagar on the highway to Pokhara. From where crew member can be shifted to either Pokhara or Kathmandu.
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