Marsyangdi River Rafting "powerful river", drains the northern slope of the Annapurna mountains. It was only opened to rafting in 1996 and yields some of the most exciting class iv-v white water in Nepal. Located on the eastern side of the Annapurna circuit, the Marsyangdi River has long been famous for the beautiful views. With each twist and turn the steep sided gorge walls frame a new mountain backdrop. It’s worth mentioning that although the valley has a rough road up it, and is quite densely populated, you don’t see this when you are padding because the river is incised about 100ft into the valley floor. If it's adventure you seek, you'll find it on this trip with one day of easy trekking and five days of intense rafting.
Marsyangdi quickly forges raft crews of complete strangers into true teams. Located on the eastern side of the Annapurna circuit, the Marsyangdi River has long been famous for the beautiful views. This river demands 100% commitment from both crew and guide. It is totally different from the big volume rivers like the Sun Koshi and Karnali, the rapids are technical and require a very different approach. Big volume rivers need power and a good line; the Marsyangdi needs fast reactions from the crew to get through this Pinball Machine River. The Marsyandi is a photographer’s sculptured boulders, some spectacular white water, green valley sides, and a magnificent backdrop of the world’s highest mountains. Only recently opened for commercial rafting, the Marshyangdi is one of the next generations of rivers in Nepal, steeper and with a much more continuous stretch of rapids.
Day 01: Kathmandu to Drive to Nagdi 172Km where rafting starting & overnight tent camp.
Day 02: Rafting to Bhode Odar overnight tent camp here.
Day 03: After breakfast start rafting & ending your rafting in Turture & overnight tent camp.
Day 04: After breakfast start rafting, arrival in Bimal Nagar & ending here overnight tent camp.
Day 05: Local bus drive back to Kathmandu.
Note: Rafting route can be changed as per dissimilar circumstances.