Tamur River Rafting is magnificent, gorgeous pure valley, joint with one of the most picturesque trekking areas of Nepal. Tamur and its stream drain the snows water from Kanchenjunga it is third highest mountain in world and second highest mountain in Nepal. Our 4 day trekking route follows a 3000 meters ridge through beautiful woods and meadows with wonderful views of Kanchenjunga, Makalu and the Everest massif, before dropping into the lush villages of the Tamur valley. Truly memorable approach to this classic white water descent. Tamur and its tributaries drain the snows of Kanchenjunga it is third highest peak in the world. Constrained by steep valley walls, it becomes Nepal's sixth largest river and one of the most remote white water river trips of its length. Tamur is challenging river, our guides have experience to bring within the capability of anyone with a good and positive attitude. Over 100 class 3-4 rapids, Tamur offers a unique 6 days of raft taken at a leisurely pace with plenty of time to venture up hidden side valley and explore remote villages.
Tamur, influential and imposing river, is the sixth largest in Nepal. Tamur River lies profound in the heart of the Himalayan foothills, require an unbelievable 4 days trekking from Basantapur. Trip is one picture chance after another as views of the magnificent Himalayan peaks, Everest, Makalu and Kachenjunga, will capture your heart and be sure to keep your close clicking. The scenery witness during the trekking through the little known eastern part of Nepal to the put-in point is as inspiring as the river Tamur itself. Tamur and its tributaries drain the snows of Kachenjunga , third highest peak in the world. Constrained by steep valley walls, it becomes Nepal sixth largest river and one of the most remote white water river trips of its length. The sides of the valley are wooded, with only a few villages and very little agriculture glimpsed throughout the trip. There are excellent beaches for camping and plenty of wildlife. We take a private bus drive to Basantapur in the Tehrathum Region, where we camp overnight. The Tamur is best tackled between October and November, and February and May. Tamur river rafting kayaking gives you the feeling of a wilds journey. 120 km of breath Taking River takes us on a journey through the heart of eastern Nepal. After five days of rafting, the Tamur River joins the Sun Kosi River and rafting trips end in the town of Chatara. Following day, we beginning stunning 5-day trek to Dobhan through the isolated Taplejung region of Eastern Nepal. From Dobhan we beginning the exciting journey, which include a day peaceful on a isolated river beach or an optional one day trekking look around local villages.
Day 01:- Drive from Kathmandu to Basantapur by bus, overnight tent camp.
Day 02:- Trekking from Basantapur to Tuhurenpari, overnight tent camp.
Day 03:- Trekking from Tuhurenpari to Basantapur, overnight tent camp.
Day 04:- Trekking from Basantapur to Dovan, overnight tent camp.
Day 05:- Rafting from Dovan to Bensi Tar, overnight tent camp.
Day 06:- Rafting from Bensi Tar to Phulbari, overnight tent camp.
Day 07:- Rafting from Phulbari to Esuwa Khola, overnight tent camp.
Day 08:- Rafting from Esuwa Khola to Naya Pul, overnight tent camp.
Day 09:- Rafting from Naya Pul to Simal Chaur overnight tent camp.
Day 10:- Rafting from Simal Chaur to Triveni, overnight tent camp.
Day 11:- Rafting from Triveni to Chatara, packing and drive back to Ktm by bus.
Note:- Rafting route can be changed as per dissimilar circumstances.