Bheri River Rafting
Bheri River Rafting
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Bheri River rafting is known for its adventurous, new and less crowded rafting destination located in the western part of Nepal. The Bheri River also known as the Lower Karnali is situated in the remote Far Western Nepal, initiating from the Dolpo Region and stretching through the Valley of Surkhet. It merges with Karnali River which then extends through the plain valley of Terai to Royal Bardiya National Park.
Famous for its deep ripples, mellow rapids and fast flow, it makes up a wonderful river to raft around. It is a beautiful river that offers a breathtaking landscape, beautiful blue waters and gorgeous villages. Rafting in Bheri is also known for excellent fishing, unspoilt villages, ever-smiling neighborhood people, blue water, white seashores and pleasing campsites are some of the appeals of this trip.
The view of hills, mountains and diverse flora and fauna adds upon the beauty of rippling waters of Bheri River. The rafting journey will start from Sami Ghats to Kamalgaun to Jamu finally ending the adventurous expedition. Upon finishing the rafting journey, we embark to explore Royal Bardiya National Park to get an once-in-a-lifetime experience safari ride. We will then enjoy the beauty of the park exploring and trekking through the wilderness.
The total journey will take from 5-7 days depending on what you want and it will prove itself a major river journey that has got to fail into the category of being not only good but one of the best in the world. The journey takes us 142 km through some of Nepal’s remote areas giving you a unique wilderness experience.
Our company is an approved travel company in Nepal which regulates the Bheri Rafting and other entertaining traveling packages excelling in what it does. We have the most qualified staff, drivers, tour guides who will not fail to make your trip furthermore exciting and enthralling. We have in-depth knowledge and expertise about the place we are working in. Our dedicated staff will do their best to service you and make your time here enjoyable.
Get ready to explore the beautiful ripples of Bheri and get the adrenaline pumping through your veins.
Day 1: Arrival in the capital of Nepal i.e. KathmanduUpon your arrival to the beautiful city of temples, Kathmandu via Tribhuvan International Airport, you will be picked and transferred to one of the standard hotels of Kathmandu. There you can freshen up and rest a bit.
Day 2: Sightseeing and exploring KathmanduYou will have a great time seeing the most beautiful historical and cultures around the valley. Brace yourself to be amazed by a wide variety of cultures and traditions.
Day 3: Flight from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj and a drive from Nepalgunj to Shamji GhatWe will board an early flight from Kathmandu to Nepalgunj. Upon arriving at Nepalgunj, we will take a 3-4 hour drive to Samjhi Ghat after a short rest. After we reach Samjhi Ghat, we will rest in a top tier resort there.
Day 4: Raft from Samjhi Ghat to KumalgaunThis is where the rafting journey begins starting from Samjhi Ghat. Probably after 20 minutes of rafting around, we will come across our first rapid, one of many to come. The Bheri River is remote so it is relatively unexplored. The first rafting section is quite adventurous, filled with exciting rapids. You will get to explore more after we are done with lunch at the bank of Bheri, enjoy your time lazing around on the sandy beaches. As we raft we will encounter more of such beauties until we reach Kumalgaun where we stay the night.
Day 5: Continuation from Kamalgaun to JamuWe will again set out to start to reach Jamu by rafting from Kamalgaun. Jamu- the most exciting part of the whole journey, filled with narrow gorges and vertical cliffs, it is interspersed with open valleys where small villages reside. This area is filled with pearly beaches where we will camp for the night.
Day 6: Exploring the nature in Bardiya National ParkOne of the most beautiful and diverse parks in Nepal, we raft our way through the river and after an hour of floating, we arrive at the confluence of Bheri River and Karnali River. Again meeting at the gorge section, we enter the huge plain of the southern Terai region entering the beautiful National Park where we will enjoy the greenery and the wide variety of flora and fauna.
Day 7: Drive back to Nepalgunj and then a flight back to KathmanduWe will travel back to Nepalgunj where it all started and explore the local areas there before we board our flight back to Kathmandu and rest there.
Day 8: Departure from KathmanduIt is time to say bye to Nepal but before that, you will enjoy your time in downtown Kathmandu, shop for souvenirs, look around and chill around the Durbar Marg area. You will enjoy your time going through cafe shops and shopping around Kathmandu until you finally depart Kathmandu. It is best suited if you arrive at the airport 2 hours before your flight where our agents will give you a warm farewell.
- Rafting name: Bheri rafting program
- Rafting Duration: 2 days
- Accommodation: Hotels around Nepalgunj
- Itinerary package: 8 days/7 nights
- Rafting Difficulty: Grade 3-4
- Rafting season: Oct to Dec, Feb to May
- Group size: 1-6
- Rafting package: Private/Group tour
- Mode of the journey: bus/jeep/car
- Start/end of the trip: Samhji Ghat to Jamu
- Rafting cost: *****
- Breathtaking white mellow ripples of Bheri River.
- Witness the rapids of grade 3-4.
- Sight-seeing Kathmandu and its beautiful heritages
- Blue water, white beaches and attractive campsites
- Adrenaline pumping and astonishing natural therapy.
- Alluring nature and lovely diversities in flora and fauna.
- Exploring the wide variety of flora and fauna within the Bardiya National Park
- Ever-smiling hospitable local people
- Understanding the local way of living
- Witness the hospitality and love from our agency and promote the local economy
WHAT IS INCLUDED
- Domestic airfare from and to Kathmandu and Pokhara.
- Ground transportation from Pokhara to Mardi.
- Tasty Meals, (breakfast, lunch, dinner) throughout your rafting trip.
- All the necessary River Permit.
- All Mandatory materials as high-quality, self-bailing rafts, headgears,
- lifejackets, plastic paddles, swimsuits) on particular rivers, waterproof Packs for gear, camera barrels, and all safety and pharmaceutical Equipment.
- All the necessary staff (Guide, Helpers, etc.)
- Safety rafting with all essentials.
- Meals, accommodation, coverage for all staff, and their shipping.
- Journey components combine professional guides with necessary drills And leadership
- First aid kit box in necessary situations.
- Emergency evacuation assistance.
WHAT IS EXCLUDED
- Unrelated transportation, accommodation, visas, travel documents, Departure taxes, etc.
- Footwear and personal items like sunscreens, lip balm, etc.
- Personal articles including swimwear, towel, and toiletries
- Insurance of participants.
- Tips for guides
- Sightseeing costs.
- All liquors, snacks, and additional charges such as laundry, hot showers, Battery charging, Wi-Fi, etc.
RECOMMENDED TREKKING GEARS
Trekking without any necessary gear can be very harmful and won’t be easy. No one wants to get hurt in a remote and distant area where there’s no proper health care. So to make your trekking safer and as well as trouble-free, we have enlisted some of the necessary gears that you need to acknowledge before heading for trekking is the highlands.
NECESSARY TREKKING GEARS
Here are some of the trekking gears which will be there to assist us while climbing any kind of mountain trails weather be steep or narrow. These trekking gears are extremely useful and are handy so make sure you have it in your checking list.
- Trekking sticks
- Quick-drying pants and shorts.
- Jackets and thermal suit to outcast cold
- Rainwear (jacket and pants.
- Duffle bags
- Plastic boots and crampons
- Mountaineering ice axes
- Climbing helmets (optional)
PERSONAL ITEMS CLOTHING
It’s very necessary to wear the outfit according to the situation and place. So here are some of the essential clothing gears required for trekking.
- Warm, insulated jacket or vest
- Fleece pants
- Warm hat
- Bandana (if necessary)
- Boots or shoes suited to the terrain
- Socks (synthetic or wool)
- Extra clothing (beyond the minimum expectation)
- Spare plastics or Ziplock bags to distinct clean clothes and dirty clothes.
It’s very essential to take your own health and hygiene from the new weather condition. So here are some of the apparatus that might be needed while the trekking period.
- Sanitation trowel (if no washroom)
- Baby wipes
- Sun Hat
- Toilet Paper
- Urinary products
- Sanitizers and alcohol wipes
To capture moments, to withdraw money, and to trek in a very efficient manner here are some technical gears that should be packed.
- Diaries and Journal to write experiences in words
- Books/GPS navigators
- Credit cards/ATM cards