Sunkoshi River Rafting

Sunkoshi RiverSunkoshi River Rafting, Sunkoshi River of gold is one of the finest rivers available for rafting because it is considered to be one of the 10 classic rivers in the world. It starts from the bottom of Mt. Sisapangma and Langtang range of Nepal. Tibet border and runs through the Mahabharat Parbat range. Gathering power from tributaries draining some of the highest peaks of the world it emerges on to the northern plains of India where it flows into the Gangas. From Dolalghat to its end at Chautara it runs for 270 km with grade 3-5 rapids. The experience is only enhanced by the experienc of remote village nestled on the laps of hills, Hindu temples and religious spots along the way make this trip really joyful rafting trip.

 

Sun Koshi flow from the Himalaya to eastwards in Nepal through the great valley among the Mahabharat range Mountains. river is known as the River of Gold and is careful one of the top ten rafting rivers in the world. River chats, dippers, flycatcher, wall creepers, bulbuls, fork tales are a few of the almost 400 species of birds available around the basin. There is an orientation gathering early in the evening before the trip, providing you with an opportunity to ask any further questions you may have, to meet your fellow rafters and within a short span or 9 days, you come in close contact with Nepal natural beauty, people, culture, wildlife and its rivers, its simply magic. En route to the Chatara you come across many ethnic groups, each unique and colorful as relatively more Rais, Limbus and Newar are seen in this area. In this trip you have 250 different species of orchids to look for. It forms the watershed for most of eastern Nepal and gathering strength from tributaries draining the highest mountains in the world it emerges onto the northern plains of India where it join the Ganges. Thrilling skill of white water rafting, spectacular natural circumstances, cultivated scenery and classic valley.

 

Sunkoshi River Rafting Itinerary

Day 01:- Drive from Kathmandu to Dolalghat begin river trip in afternoon, overnight tent camp.

Day 02:- Rafting continue below Dumja village rafting around 4 hours, overnight tent camp.

Day 03:- Continue rafting below Khunkot rafting around 6 hours and overnight tent camp.

Day 04:- Raf continue below Likhu Khola rafting around 5 hours and overnight tent camp.

Day 05:- Rafting continue below Harkapur village rafting around 6 hours, overnight tent camp.

Day 06:- Continue rafting below Rai Ghat rafting around 6 hours and overnight tent camp.

Day 07:- Rafting continue below Bander Ghat rafting around 6 hours and overnight tent camp.

Day 08:- Raft continue below Bonjur Ghat rafting around 6 hours and overnight tent camp.

Day: 09:- Regular below Barahchhatra rafting around 6 hours and overnight tent camp.

Day 10:- After short raft and reach out points Chatara and drive to Kathmandu.

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