ADVENTUROUS AND EXPERT RAFTING PACKAGE TO KARNALI RIVER
ADVENTUROUS AND EXPERT RAFTING PACKAGE TO KARNALI RIVER
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Rafting in Karnali River, the longest and largest river is not a simple task. This trek is to prove your efficiency and how courageous you are. You have to encounter smashing, banging, brushing, and smacking up against the boulders on your way. You might get injured or you may risk your life.
Karnali springs ahead from Mount Kailash, a religious mountain in Tibet significant to both Buddhist and Hindu. Streaming south into Nepal, it forms the important drainage network for the western states before lowering into stunning valleys raging with huge amounts of whitewater and finally flowing into isolated areas of real jungle prosperous with the wilderness. The early half of this stream journey into the “wild west” gives enormous whitewater enthusiasm, commonly interpreted as “a delight a minute roller coaster ride”. The next half of the excursion settles down into some more reasonable & soft rapids and eventually, a comfortable float awarded by stunning and hugely different pristine and unspoiled wilderness.
The Karnali River flows through the popular Bardia National Park, which is prosperous in wildlife. Several consider this stunning journey one of the excellent rafting streams in the world and is our special expedition in Nepal. The rapids are pretty crazy, with the river building to its conclusion in these deeper valleys. The valley dwindles into a sequel of valleys, the river starts to speed up and there are big unexpected, one into another, nearly continuously below to the River. The stream breeze through some gorgeous un-spoilt decor, ultimately ensuing onto the grasslands trickling through the Bardia National Park.
The Karnali is more restricted by its valley walls lending bigger, more continual and severe rapids. This constrained climate of the stream means that any boost in volume has a more noticeable effect on the complication of the rapid that is best run at low and medium flows. In higher water, the Karnali is a serious commitment. After the monsoon rapids are stressful and enormous so the rafting there is an extraordinary journey and wildness occasion.
The maintenance of the environment is our main duty to protect the wilderness resources of Nepal for the coming generations. So along with enjoying the trip if everyone helps to maintain the cleanliness of the environment the trip would be more effective and grand.
THE LIFE EXPERIENCE, THRILL, ADVENTURE, AND FUN ARE PRICELESS. YOU MAY TAKE IT AS SOURCE OF ENTERTAINMENT BUT IT MAKES YOU REALIZE HOW BRAVE YOU ARE.
Day 1: Arrival at KathmanduAfter arriving in the lovely capital of Nepal via Tribhuwan International Airport, our agents will be there to receive you and transfer you to one of the standard hotels of Kathmandu. Freshen yourself up from the tiring flight.
Day 2: Exploring and sightseeing Kathmandu and preparing for RaftingYou’ll have a very wonderful time by exploring some of the greatest cultural and historical heritages of Kathmandu. Have a very gracious time and prepare for your trekking by buying some of the crucial recommended gears.
Day 3: Drive from Kathmandu to SurkhetWhen you arrive in Kathmandu we will travel to the far west and reach Surkhet in the early hours of the next dawn. we are arranged to have a nap here.
Day 04: Arrive at Sauli ( starting point of rafting )After breakfast, we will put up with a vehicle as far as the highway goes until about lunch time [this all depends on availability]. We walked all afternoon to Sauli. A tremendous walk which highlights just how you really are. You pass local towns and dramatic scenery, and then you can see the river.
Day 05: Rafting dayAfter having breakfast. we get prepared for a wild ride. This category of the River is terribly wild. Continuously rapid makes the shaft forget to breathe. We will take Lunch in the afternoon and go camping.
Day 06: Rafting dayThis is the day that people imagine when they feel of Himalayan water. It is huge and continual. We reached the Jungle. This is a narrow wilderness valley. The team skyscraper is put into full exercise and when your mentor screams "all forward " he truly suggests it.
Day 7: Rafting dayFurther of the similar containing the popular GOD'S house unexpected. Just go with the lovely flow and face many terrifying and adrenaline rushy rapids like Big Monster.
Day 8: Rafting dayIt is not finished yet! Keep on paddling! You certainly are encountering the best of the west on another day of tremendous action and breathtaking decor. Overnight at Jamuna town on Camp.
Day 9: Relaxation at RiverbankIt’s a rest day so you can put up with time to celebrate your surroundings and alleviate a great sandy coast. Enjoy the sandy shore by writing journals, Playing football.
Day 10 and 11: Rafting dayWe see the rapids breaking off as we arrive out of the canyon. We pass the convergence with the Seti River where the river broadens. Today, the next day and a half are an opportunity to celebrate your voyage appreciating the country and towns you pass. You will have seen the safe kayakers inactivity and will no doubt be motivated, so ask the mentors for some supervised instruction, or take over the raft and memorize about the river.
Day 12: Last Day of RaftingThis is the last day of the river. We stop this trip in the early afternoon at Chisopani Bridge. You will get the night bus to Kathmandu or you can celebrate in Bardia National Park, which is popular for bird watching and jungle activities. When you reach Kathmandu you will be taken to the airport from where you can depart.
Day 13: Departure to an International AirportTime to announce your valediction to Nepal! Appreciate your ultimate moments in Kathmandu including breakfast in a café, a town stroll, or memorial shopping token of Kathmandu. An agent of our company will join you at your lodge and transport you to the airport for your return from aviation to home. It’s suited to be at the airport at least two hours before departure.
- Starts from: Sauli
- Ends at: Chisapani
- Distance: 180 km
- Best season: November to December and March to April
- Minimum person: 6
- Difficulty: 4+ – 5+ rapids
- Cost: ****
COST INCLUDES /EXCLUDES
When you choose this incredible itinerary package, the cost you pay will include and exclude the following elements. It should be pointed out very carefully to end the future confusion.
WHAT IS INCLUDED
WHAT IS EXCLUDED
Here are some necessary trekking apparatus that can be required for accomplishing your trek effortlessly. They are shortlisted below.