Showing posts with label Rafting. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Rafting. Show all posts

Friday, September 15, 2017

Rafting From Karnali to Dungeshwar

Nepal’s biggest and longest stream, the Karnali provides the best trip of its kind within the world. Within the remote so much west, it needs a protracted bus ride to Birendra Nagar (fly to Nepalgunj) so regarding 3 hours’ rough bus ride to the little village of Sauli. From here it's either a 2hr trek to the stream or, if the road is in fine condition, you'll drive onto Dungeshwar right the Karnali. 

Most rafting journeys last eight days, with difficult, big-water rapids, excellent canyons, pristine geographical area and plentiful life. The largest rapids (Class 4) are available in the primary 3 days, with the stream bit by bit mellowing at the moment. You will raft the Karnali right into Bardia park, wherever wild elephants, tigers, crocodiles, and rhinos could typically be seen from the stream. Trip into a luxury hunting expedition camp and being met with a receptacle of cold beers makes a powerful climax to the present long stream trip; several parties take the chance to pay any additional days to look life in Bardia.

The Karnali is the best run at low to medium levels – it’s a very sensible choice in March and Gregorian calendar month, the character of the channel makes it spirited in the least times outside of high water. Their area unit plentiful wood provides for campfires, therefore this makes it a preferred selection for overseas kayak teams around Christmas. It’s conjointly noted as Nepal’s premier fishing stream, with big mahseer (a fresh perch) and catfish. 

Saturday, February 11, 2017

Rafting in Bhote Koshi

The Bhote Koshi is the most action packed short white water run in Nepal. It takes a3 hours bus ride from Kathmandu. The Bhote Koshi river offers relentless stretches of class III-IV. Small waterfalls, Boulder gardens, step chutes and 90 degree bends are less hurdle to overcome. It requires technical and reactive crew.
After fun in the river, our fun will rise at campsite on the scenic banks of the upper SunKosi River. Relaxing in safari style tent with hammock or easy chair, looking over the river One can experience sunbath on our sandy beach. Read a book in peace, sit and chat around a beach fire, sitting in a bar.
We organized a pre-departure meeting with our team. Next day one we meet as per time arranged by our expedition leader. We travel by our bus to Sukute Beach Adventure Camp 69km. If the weather is good you will have spectacular and fantastic mountain views: Ganesh Himal, Langtang. After arriving at camp the camp manager assigns you the room and you will have lunch. Your expedition leader will deliver a safety talk and provide gear for the trip. And 22km drive to the starting point; rafter will experience class 3 and class 4.
The second day after having hot drinks and breakfast and ready to drive back 22 km upstream. All the challenging rapids are the most fun part. After having lunch on the way and continue our adventure until the take out point. This trip ends with an amazing adventure by mid-noon. You will load your things on the bus, drive for half an hour to rest, relax and drive back to Kathmandu.
Main agency provides:
 All rafting equipment Waterproof bags for personal gear Helmets Life jackets Paddles Wetsuits when required Waterproof jackets Transportation Food accommodation in resort Kayak instruction First and kit Waterproof camera
Other personal gear most be bear oneself:
 Sleeping bag/mat (thermorest) Towel/sun tan lotion/bathing suit Torch-spare batteries Baseball cap/camera Sunglasses Personal medication Personal toiletries/ water bottle One set of rafting clothes-shorts T-shirts.

View of Annapurna Range

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