Difficulty in Nov: Class 4 (5)
River from: - 90 km from Kathmandu (Alt.1005m) for one day 70km from Kathmandu.
River end: - The Dam Lamosanghu ( Alt.760m)
River Distance: - 13 km (80ft a mile)
River Days: - 1-2
From Kathmandu:-3 hours drive
Best season: - Oct-Dec, Mar-May
Bhote Koshi River undoubtedly has become the most adventurous and exciting rafting experience in anyone’s life. The River is a powerful, steep, Himalayan river, close to Tibet only a few hours drives from Kathmandu that offers some intense and challenging activity white water rafting in Nepal.
Bhote Koshi River is a short but action packed. The Bhote Koshi is a steep powerful, mountain river making it one of the most exciting rafting rivers in Nepal. It is only a few hours’ drive north from Kathmandu near the border of Tibet hence its name “Bhote” which roughly translates as “river from Tibet”. This narrow river cuts through the surround hills with small waterfalls, steep chutes and numerous rapids, it is like reading and erotic novel - it quickens the blood and excites the mind! Given its technical nature this river is not for everyone, only those up to the challenge of non-stop action.
Day 01: Kathmandu to rafting pouting points its Drive 3 Hours. (Rafting about 3 Hours)
when we collected your departure date Actual Adventure (p) Ltd. will receive you at 6 : 30 in the morning from the hotel then we Drive to our Distention, we stop on the way for the Tea Break, We continue to Rafting Pouting point, when we reached pouting point preparing the raft & Equipment, When ready boats, we have safety Briefing about Rafting after Briefing we are rafting down to the river. Lunch around 12:30 after lunch we will continue to take out point we have to camp on the river beach or resort.
Day 02: Return back to Kathmandu
We have morning tea, Coffee after Tea, coffee we have to pack tents & loads to the bus then we have breakfast after breakfast we drive to the above to Bahrabise,(Upper Part) then, we will have a challenging day on the river. We will take off rafting at Dam Lamosanghu. Then we have lunch and after lunch back to Kathmandu around 3 hours.
Finally safe journey back to Kathmandu.
Things needed to bring for the trip:
Please bring with you T-shirt or swim suite, undergarments/shorts, river suitable foot for wearing in the raft, sport shoes on sandal, sun hat, sun block cream, water bottle, socks, shirt and warm fleece jacket, T-shirt, trek boot, camera, batteries, note book, reading book, pen, head lamp, personal first aid, eye lance, sleeping bag toiletries etc…