Bheri River Rafting

Bheri RiverBheri River Rafting is recognized as Himalaya of Dolpo district, Bheri is yet another unbelievable whitewater rafting river of Nepal . The river is the joining of two large rivers, the Thuli which means big and Sani which means small, which confluence to form the main Bheri River. Due to its inaccessible situated in far west Nepal, it remains comparatively uncharted and has revitalizing camp sites in a tranquil impression, bounded by lush green vegetation and charming scenery. This is an easy river that offers gorgeous landscape, blue water and beautiful villages. Rafting in Bheri is also well-known for fishing, mingling with the gorgeous natural landscape, and the surrounding miscellaneous flora and fauna. Bheri River Rafting can be collective with a jungle tour in the Bardiya National Park where you end.

 

Bheri river, entering from the left which has a good camping beach if you want to reach the take-out at lunchtime the following day. At this point the river can be accessed and an incredible escapade through deep gorges and remote area begins. The mellow rapids of Bheri, graded as easy whitewater for its fun filled yet calm waters offer an enchanting river trip though delightful little villages with vibrant local traditions, delightful people who enjoy a warm and welcoming culture. At the take-out, Chisopani, is an impressive bridge spanning the river and plenty of shops selling food, soft drinks and cold beer. Along the lower section the river takes a sharp turn from south to north, often called the Western Bend. A remote and easy river, spectacular scenery, good fishing, unspoilt villages, ever-smiling local people, blue water, white beaches and attractive campsites are some of the attraction of this trip. The return bus journey to Kathmandu is about twenty hours. Get to this beautiful piece of land, one has to fly to Nepalgunj in west Nepal from Kathmandu one hours. Then, we will start trekking to Samjhighat. It takes about 3-4 hours for us to reach Samjhighat. The put in point, Ramanaghat, is near this place. On these rivers you will find the world's most thrilling whitewater with a wide range of difficulty, warm water and bug free beaches for camping. Bheri is also careful one of the better rivers for fishing. The two large tributary, Thuli and Sani (Small!) unite at Ramnaghat to form the main Bheri River. We are proud to share our wonderful country, society and our many years of experience in this field with you and give you an outstanding chance to discover the remote countryside which is never possible without river trips. Option returns would be via the Bardia National Park which is situated nearby or bus to Nepalganj two hours and fly to Kathmandu from there after your dream holiday with us.

 

Bheri River Rafting Itinerary

Day 01:- Fly to Nepalgunj and drive to Samjhighat and overnight tent camp.

Day 02:- Raft from Samjhighat to Rani Ghat and camp at the beach.

Day 03:- Raft from Rani Ghat to Jamu and and overnight tent camp at beach.

Day 04:- Raft from Jamu to Chisapani, drive back to Kathmandu or Fly back from Nepalgunj.

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