Arun River Rafting

Arun RiverArun River Rafting is one of the tributaries of river Sapta Kosi that flows in the Eastern Nepal. Mostly Bhotia people, many of whom still practice the old Bon Po religion, sparsely inhabit this upper valley. Moreover being the only Hindu country in the world with all to mythology and vague nature, Nepal has more than one hundred dissimilar dialect speaking people belong to diverse cultural groups. In the old days one of their main rescores of profits used to be trade goods to and from Tibet as the major track up valley used to be an important trade route through to Tibet. The deep gorges of the upper river have granite canyons clad in overhanging jungle and a wide variety of plant and animal life very beautiful, but at times damp and gloomy. Nepal has four major river system with more than two hundred fifty sizeable tributaries. The major rivers are, The Sapta Kosi in the extreme eastern Nepali, the Narayani in the central Nepali, the Karnali in the western Nepal and the Mahakali in the far western Nepal. Most confect is with the hardy Rai tribe who eke out a pioneering continuation on the walls of the ravine.Gathering there dissimilar ethnic groups of people during the of rafting is all a part of adventure rafting in Nepal for your dream holiday.

 

The influential current and large water volume ensure huge and remarkable rapids are encountered the length of this river journey. The rapids can be challenging and technically complex. The river has some deep and awesome gorges, which are quite fascinating for explorers, trekkers, geographers and river runners. The Arun is respected as one of the most mightily and powerful rivers of Nepal. The river joins other major six tributary of the Sapta Koshi River before coming to Chatara in Sunsari district. Its source is on the Tibetan Plateau, to the north of Kathmandu and it then swings in an easterly arc for some 200 km, drinking the Northern slopes of Everest and Makalu before wounding south through the Himalayas and into Nepal. The Arun River rafting provides some of the most demanding rafting adventure in Nepal. As the river has influential currents, rafting lovers may face more challenge each day. Rapids come one after another in series. Enjoy beautiful scenery during the trip. Tumlingtar is the clear and most suitable starting point and we recommends that you fly here as it is only a short direct flight from Kathmandu and only 40 minute walk from the river. It cuts through the Himalayas in some deep and awesome gorges that have rapt travelers, join with Sun Kosi shortly before Indian Plain. Although the tricky access make only 3 days on the river possible, the isolated location and stunning mountain views make this a real wilderness Rafters either drive back Chatrara via Biratnagar of fly from Biratnagar to Kathmandu. The gorges and gradient ease off close to Chandanpur as the valley unlock out and the hills get inferior.

 

Arun River Rafting Itinerary

Day 01:- Kathmandu to Tumlingtar by flight and overnight tent camp.

Day 02:- Breakfast Savaiya Khola , lunch on the way and overnight tent camp.

Day 03:- Megan Besi attractive smooth excluding for little uneven mark III/IV, overnight tent.

Day 04:- This could be extra demanding than the preceding days and overnight tent camp.

Day 05:- Today is beautiful gentle and tranquil comparing to the past days and your rafting finish in Chattra and drive all the way back to Kathmandu.

Note:- Rafting route can be changed as per dissimilar circumstances.