Rafting

$55

½ Day

The Upper Seti River is the snowmelt from Machhapuchhre, Annapurna III & Annapurna IV. Only 30 minutes from Pokhara's Lakeside, this short and sweet rafting adventure offers 1½ hours of non-stop adrenaline-filled rapids.
$60

1 Day

Trishuli is Nepal's most popular rafting river. With easy access from both Kathmandu and Pokhara, scenic valleys, impressive gorges, exhilarating rapids as well as easier sections
$60

1 Day

Drawing its amazing power from high up in the Tibetan plateau, the Bhote Koshi River is among the top ten rivers for rafting and kayaking in the world. It's a very steep and very continuous mountain stream – a unique combination
$120

2 Days

Drawing its amazing power from high up in the Tibetan plateau, the Bhote Koshi River is among the top ten rivers for rafting and kayaking in the world. It's a very steep and very continuous mountain stream – a unique combination
$120

2 Days

Trishuli is Nepal's most popular rafting river. With easy access from both Kathmandu and Pokhara, scenic valleys, impressive gorges, exhilarating rapids as well as easier sections
$130

2 Days

The Seti River is one of the most beautiful and pristine rivers in the Himalayas, with dense remote jungles, exquisite sandy beaches and Class II-III whitewater running.
$150

2 Days

Marshyangdi is referred to as the “Raging River” in the local dialect and this aptly describes one of the best whitewater runs in the world.
$180

3 Days

Named after Goddess Kali and nicknamed “The Holy River,” the Kali Gandaki rises in Mustang, an enclave of Nepal on the northern side of the Himalayas.
$640

6/9 Days

Also known as “The River of Gold,” the Sun Koshi is the longest river trip offered in Nepal, traversing 270km through the beautiful Mahabharat Range
$780

10 Days

The Karnali lies in the western part of the nation in what is called the "Wild West" of Nepal, an area only recently opened for tourism.
$900

12 days

The Waterkeeper Expedition highlights the impacts of the proposed tallest dam in the world on Nepal's most pristine and last free-flowing river – the Karnali.
$920

12 days

Also known as the “Jewel of the East,” the first commercial run of the Tamur River was in 1990 and there were very few descents thereafter.