Trishuli River Rafting: is the most popular and adventurous river rafting in Nepal. This famous river has been the ultimate destination for rafters all around the world. The river is rich in geographical conditions and water current that makes; it the suitable river for rafting among all the other rivers of Nepal.
Rafting in Trishuli provides an enduring satisfaction and fills up your thirst for an exciting and overwhelming experience.This is the best adventurous rafting place for all the visitors and tourist.
Origin of Trishuli river in Tibet “Kirong Tsangpo”. From the legendary weapon of Lord Shiva “Trishul”, this river got the famous name. This highly admired river for rafting originates in China. And meets at the Narayani River of Nepal and water flows through the lower regions to join the Ganges in India.
This rafting river awaits you for an adventurous and exciting course through the strong currents of the river.It is also the river that helps in gaining hydroelectricity.Trishuli River lies in the list of rivers available for rafting purpose with impressive gorges, adventurous rapids and also options for easier sections.
This river is also popular for being easily accessible from the Kathmandu valley as well as the Pokhara City.Trishuli river is also easily accessed from the Prithvi Highway. This one of the best whitewater rafting river there in there in Nepal. You can find many riversides lounge and hotel for the people visiting river Trisuli.
Trishuli River Rafting Itinerary:
Day 01: Arrive at Kathmandu Airport and transfer to hotel to stay overnight
Day 02: Departure from Kathmandu [1,338m/4,389ft] to Malinga [429m/1,407ft]. Hotel or resort overnight
Day 03: Day adventure. Today, we pass through different rapids, butterfly effects, currents and bends of water. Camp overnight
Day 04: Drive from Baireni [436m/1,430ft] to Malekhu [379m/1,243ft]. Hotel overnight
Day 05: Drive back to Kathmandu to hotel and stay overnight
Day 06: Final departure
Location, transportation, and timetable
The Trisuli river is located just 3 to 3.5-hour drive from west Kathmandu, making it an excellent choice for short trips, or for those who are in route to Pokhara or from Chitwan national park.
The return journey to Kathmandu is 5 hours, to Pokhara is approximately 4 hours and to Chitwan is approximately 1 hours.yearly more than 1000 tourist visit Trisuli for the mean of adventurous rafting.The rafting time is divided for 1-3 days.