Karnali River Rafting

The Karnali is Nepal’s longest and largest river. It is situated in the most remote area of Nepal. Often called the ‘Wild West‘. Few Foreigners ever venture here and it has seen little development. Karnali River rafting is the most challenging river rafting in Nepal. The Karnali River lies on the far west from Kathmandu. During a period of doing Karnali River Rafting the rafters enjoy through narrow gorges having challenging rapids. Karnali, the biggest river in Far West Nepal, starting, ending point of Karnali River rafting is either at Kathmandu or at Pokhara. Because Karnali river rafting is challenging rafting river. Nepal's rivers are second to none, originating from the glaciers of the worlds highest mountains, they plunge through towering gorges and forested foothills before more tranquil journey along the Ganges plain on their way to the Bay of Bengal. Rivers here are regarded as goddesses are included in a number of Hindu and Buddhist religious rituals. My be lucky to witness a river festival during your trip.



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Day 01 : Drive to Bhutwal by private bus, camp at Bhutwal.
Day 02 :
Drive to Surkhet and overnight camping.
Day 03 :
Trek from Surkhet to Dhanigad, overnight camping.
Day 04 :
Trek from Dhanigad to Kareleghat, camp at the river bank.
Day 05 :
Rafting from Kareleghat and overnight camping.
Day 06 :
Rafting day and camping on the beach.
Day 07 :
Rafting day, camping on the beach near the confluence of the Seti River.
Day 08 :
Rafting day, camping on the beach after passing Bijura Village.
Day 09 :
Rafting to Chisapani, end of the trip, drive back to Kathmandu
Day 10 :
Final Departure.

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