Nepal is a nation filled with adventurous locations and gorgeous mountains, rivers, and lakes. A rafting trip through Nepal’s numerous world-class rivers is a fun and exciting adventure. You can enjoy a day’s rafting or choose a trip that allows you to camp on the river and explore the surrounding culture and geography. Nepal is considered a paradise for river runners. There are several grades of whitewater rafting trips available to suit any interest or preference.
Among the best places to white water raft, Nepal has some of the world’s wildest and most spectacular rivers. Beautiful mountains, exhilarating white water rapids, warm water, and fascinating cultural experiences are what make Nepal one of the world’s top rafting destinations.
You can combine the Bheri River rafting trip with a wildlife safari tour in nearby National Parks or the nearby trekking locations for those interested in a long day’s expedition. Please get in touch with us here at Pokhara Info if you have any questions about rafting in Nepal. We will provide you with the best options and packages.
Bheri River, rising high in the Himalayas in Nepal, is one of the most popular rivers for fishing, as well as one of the easiest rivers to go water-adventuring on. Being situated in the far western part of the country, this river holds many mysteries that should be explored. As part of the Lower Karnali River system in the far western region of Nepal, the Bheri River flows into the Dolpo region through Surkhet Valley.
In spite of its deep ripples, mellow rapids, and fast flow, it is an excellent river for rafting. It boasts a breathtaking landscape, magnificent blue waters, and beautiful villages. There are many other benefits of rafting in Bheri, including excellent fishing, unspoiled villages, ever-smiling locals, blue water, white sand beaches, and pleasant campsites.
The breathtaking view of hills and mountains, along with the abundance of flora and fauna, adds to the beauty of the rippling waters of the Bheri River. The river rafting journey starts in Sami Ghats and ends in Jammu. As we complete our rafting journey, we can explore the Royal Bardiya National Park to get a once-in-a-lifetime safari experience. We can explore and trek through the park to enjoy the natural beauty.
This trip can take between 5-7 days, depending on what you are looking for, and it will prove to be a major river journey that has to be considered not only one of the best in the world but also one of the best in the world. Our journey takes us through some of Nepal’s remotest areas, giving you a chance to experience the wilderness.
After arriving at Tribhuvan International Airport in Kathmandu, you will be picked up and transferred to a standard hotel in the city. You can rest there and refresh yourself.
You will marvel at the most beautiful historical and cultural sites throughout the valley. You will be amazed at the diversity of cultures and traditions prevalent there. Take in as much culture as you can on this day.
We will leave Kathmandu early in the morning for Nepalgunj. After arriving at Nepalgunj, we will take a short drive to Samjhi Ghat. Once there, we will stay in a deluxe resort.
Starting from Samjhi Ghat, the rafting journey begins. After about 20 minutes of rafting, we will come across our first rapid, which is one of many that we will encounter. The Bheri River is relatively unexplored because of its remoteness.
During the first rafting section, you will experience exciting rapids. Once we finish lunch at the bank of Bheri, you will get to explore more, so take your time lazing around on the sandy beaches. As we raft, we will come across more and more of these beauties until we reach Kumalgaun, where we will spend the night.
Our trip will again begin by rafting to Jammu, which is perhaps the most exciting part of our entire journey; filled with narrow gorges and sheer cliffs and interspersed with open valleys where small villages are located. In this area, there are lots of beautiful beaches where we can camp for the night.
After rafting through the river, we reach the confluence of the Bheri and Karnali rivers after an hour of floating. This park is one of the most beautiful and diverse in Nepal. Upon entering the national park from the gorge section, we will enjoy the lush greenery and the variety of flora and fauna found in the beautiful Terai region.
Our journey will begin with Nepalgunj, where it all began, and we will explore its local culture before returning to Kathmandu, where we will relax. If you want, you can spend a few days in downtown Kathmandu looking around, shopping for souvenirs, and chilling in the Durbar Marg area. You will take pleasure in browsing cafe shops and shopping around the downtown area until you leave Kathmandu.
According to rafting experts, Bheri is easier to raft because its rapids aren’t as violent as those on other rafting rivers. Taking a rafting trip in Bheri will allow you to explore some of the remote areas of the region, have an opportunity to experience some unspoiled cultures, and enjoy beautiful views of Nepal’s natural scenery. It’s often possible to observe wild animals in their natural habitats while spending warm and cozy nights on the white sand beaches along the river. This rafting adventure is a good way to escape the polluted city for a week.
When you Plan for a Rafting Trip with us, the package includes the following:
- Life jacket, helmet, self-bailing raft, and paddles, as well as all the necessary equipment
- Transportation during the whole tour
- Meals including Breakfast, Lunch, and Dinner
- Medical and First Aid kit
- Experienced Raft guide and supporter
- Necessary permits, paperwork with taxes paid
- Lodge, insurance, equipment, salary, and food for Porters and Guide
- Safety Kayaker alongside the rafting boat
However, we do not cover the following:
- Personal expenses, including beverages, snacks, bar bills, laundry, or souvenirs
- Personal gear and clothing
- Travel Insurance
Pokhara Info organizes several procedures for rafting along the Bheri River that are safe and interesting, as Pokhara Info’s main objective is to provide the highest level of safety and enjoyment for its clients, the matter of safety while rafting is also taken very seriously. However, it will surely be a fun experience and full of exploration around the remote regions of that part of Nepal to raft for 5 to 7 days at the Bheri River.
- Arrival & Departure transport via private Car/Van/Bus.
- Three meals per day throughout the Trip(Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner)
- Accommodation during the trek.
- Nights’ accommodation in Kathmandu with B/B.
- Guide and a porter with Insurance, food, and accommodations.
- Sightseeing in Kathmandu or Pokhara valley with a car and tour guide
- First Aid kit.
- Trekking permit (Conservation fee).
- TIMS card (Trekking information management system) is like a permit.
- All needed government tax/vat.
- International Airfare.
- Your travel insurance.
- Sightseeing entrance fees
- Nepal Visa fee (US$ 50 for 30 days and US$ 30 for 15 days; you should get a visa open your arrival)
- Any kind of drinks, items of personal expenses like hot shower, battery charge, telephone, missing meal, WIFI Porters, etc.
- Tips for Guide and Porters
After you’ve enjoyed the thrilling and joyful experience, you can choose whether to visit other beautiful places in Nepal or head back home. No matter what you choose, we hope you have a fantastic time.
We can accommodate group tours for this trip; however, you may also opt for a private tour according to your liking. We can arrange private trips at any time of the year at any date of your choosing. Please let us know what your preferred travel dates are so that we can accommodate you.
Finally, When you are ready to start adventures in Nepal, it is time to begin thinking about what to pack. If you are ready to book but aren’t sure when is the best time to trek or what to stay in, Pokhara Info has got you covered. You can figure out these queries through our site. We can also be found on Facebook and Instagram, and other social media sites. Hope you have a good time in Nepal, and thank you for visiting!