Rafting White water river rafting
Nepal is a home of more than 6000 small as well as big rivers with home to eight out of the fourteen elevated peaks in the world. The presence of large numbers of Himalayan Rivers makes Nepal the second richest country of fresh water resources in the world after Brazil. These rivers are used for various purposes and one of them is River Rafting. Rafting in these rivers is one of the memorable experiences as it is a combination of different activities such as experiencing the different culture as well as traditions in the bank of rivers when you go through rapids. Also, Nepal has gained the popularity of being one of the best destinations for adventure lovers who loves rafting. Rafting is Nepal is different and unique in itself because you cannot see such types of diverse activities like camping, wildlife and fauna taking place in the bank of rivers in the earth. Similarly, you can see cremation, Picnics as well as traditional and typical dances and songs, fishing with traditional way and many more spectacular activities. Also, you will see the small kids jumping to the river from a huge stones for swimming.
In fact, there are 16 big Himalayan rivers where river rafting is permitted in Nepal and you get different options to make because of various natures of rivers. If you have limited time and wants to experience the rafting in Nepal then Trishuli River Rafting or the Seti River Rafting is perfect as you can complete in 4-5 hours. Similarly, if you are really interested and wants to explore the rivers and spend longer time in river then Tamur, Sun Koshi, Bhote Koshi, Karnali is ideal for you as this has multi day trips ranging from 2-10 days. However, September to early December and March to early June is best time for rafting in Nepal but if you are adventure lover and hungry for tremendous adventure rafting with various grade then Monsoon is the ideal time as current as well as volume of water are extreme high.