Marshyangdi - The Raging River

Trip Highlights

  • Distance: 27 kilometers
  • Duration: 3 days
  • Departure Spot: AMN office Kathmandu - 7am to 3pm.
  • Starting Point: Bhule Bhule
  • Ending Point:  Phailiya, Sanghu
  • Extended Trip: Lamjung trek.
Marshyangdi - The Raging River
Photo Marshyangdi River Rafting in Nepal
Trip Duration: 3 days(s) Trip Grade: 5
Transportation: Tourist bus

Trip Overview

Marshyangdi River literally means brave and stable, setting and sending imagination natural all along with jitters about its intense point of view and route, which it has been taken as one of the most sharp and dramatic white water rivers and display of raw rage and spite increasing and lastly connects with the Trishuli River.

Marshyangdi River is mainly explained as a next generation river of Nepal, as it is one of the newest adds-on prepared to the viable rafting class. Marshyangdi River Rafting in Nepal has get the fame among the amateur to the highly skilled adventurous lovers and rafters as well as kayaking. While rafting you can see the magnificent view of the scenery along with the narrow gorges and valleys drifting with nasty mane and rapids is stunning and never wrecking exhilarating white and fresh water trip. From Ngadi, downstream to the end of the journey at Bimalnagar it is very fresh white water. All along the trip the rapids are sharp, extremely technical steady and scrupulous making it solid proposition to tackle. A river, surely not to be undervalue under any situations at any given time.

Marshyangdi River Rafting in Nepal is and always will be one of the authentic sources of clean water rafting unit, along with its wonderful rapids snuggled and overwhelmed among magnificent mountain range, altering with each veer and curve, along with mouthwatering rocks offering obstacles while rafting, making it a magnificent glory for the photographers as well as other people too. Make your river rafting trip in Nepal with this fussy river from Pokhara and coddle in fishing tour to resolve your nerves and experience a little bit of relaxation. Marshyangdi River Rafting in Nepal mainly insists huge contracts of greeting and admiration.

Outline

Service includes

  • Transportation from and to Kathmandu by tourist bus as per itinerary.
  • All International standard rafting equipment as necessary (Such as self bailing rafts, helmets, life jackets, kayaks, plastic paddles and spray jackets etc.)
  • Well-trained and highly experienced rafting guides, cooks, and other helper staff.
  • Camping & Cooking equipment (tents, mattress & kitchen gear).
  • Accommodation in tent during the rafting.
  • All staffs salary, insurance, meals etc.
  • All necessary fees, Government/Local taxes, all national park and conservation area fees. Tourist service charge,

Service does not include

  • Any type of personal expenditure such Alcoholic beverages and drinks, phone, and laundry.
  • Food & accommodation cost incase of any natural accident caused by weather.
  • Tips, Gratuities and expenditure.
  • Rescue & insurance such as travel, cancellation, accident, health, emergency evacuation and loss, theft of or damage to baggage and personal effects. You are advised to insure for it.

Itinerary

Please contact for detailed itinerary at amn.holidays@gmail.com

Trip FAQs

Useful Info

Nepal River Grades are International river classification of difficulty.

Name of River

Duration

River Grade

Starting Point

Ending point

Trisuli

2 Days

3+

Baireni

Simaltar

Bhote Kosi

2 Days

5+

Baseri

Dam

Kaligandaki

3 Days

4+

Beni

Mirmi

Seti

2 Days

3+

Damauli

Gaighat

Sunkoshi

10 Days

5

Dolalghat

Chataira

Karnali

10 Days

5

Sauli

Bhen Bridge

Marshyangdi

6 Days

5+

Ngadi

Bimal Nagar

Grade 1,

Easy: Moving water with occasional small rapids. Few or no obstacles.

Grade 2,

Moderate: Small rapids with regular waves. Some maneuvering required but easy to navigate.

Grade 3

Difficult: Rapids with irregular waves and hazards that need avoiding. More difficult manicuring required but routes are normally obvious. Scouting from the shore is occasionally necessary.

Grade 4

Very difficult: Large rapids that require careful manicuring. Dangerous hazard. Scouting from the shore is often necessary and rescue is usually difficult. Kayakers should be able to roll. Turbulent water and large irregular waves may flip rafts. In the event of a mishap there is significant risk of loss, damage and/ or injury.

Grade 5

Extremely difficult: Long and very violent rapids with several hazards. Continuous, powerful, confused water makes route finding difficult and caution from the shore is essential. Rescue is very difficult or impossible and in the event of a mishap there is a significant hazard to life.

Seasons

Winter early December to mid- March
The Nepal whitewater experience is still a warmer and sunnier one than in many parts of the world but there are longer shadows in the deep river valleys and a warmer sleeping bag is advised. Wetsuits may be needed.

Spring/Summer - late March to early June
The clear, still powerful rivers driven by spring snow melt are, on average, reduced by one grade less than their high-water maximum. The Karnali and Kali Gandaki, perfectly suited to this season, are great ‘all comers' rivers.

Monsoon - mid-June to early September
The Rivers are full and the few raft trips that are operated are limited to overnight programs on the Trishuli and Seti.

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