Bhote Koshi River Rafting Overview
The wildest and the steepest river of Nepal, Bhote Koshi White Water River Rafting is the most challenging and adventurous River rafting Nepal has to offer. So, If you are an adventure freak looking for an adrenaline rush then the rapids of the Bhote Koshi River offer you the same.
Hence, it is well-suited for those looking for a challenging and strenuous white water rafting trip. The river flows through the sky-high green and luscious hills with plenty of small and huge streams to look at. However, you don’t get enough chances to look at the snow-capped peaks because of the challenging rapids. The rapids here range from Class IV-V at high flow and III at lower levels.
The rafting point itself lies very close to the Nepal-Tibet border only 3 hours’ drive from the capital ‘Kathmandu’. It’s easily accessible and makes up a great white water rafting experience. You can be rest assured about rafting arrangements during your rafting with us; we take care of all your rafting needs starting from expert CPR team, to first aid and advanced river rescue techniques. Make sure to drop us an email and learn more about our upcoming white water treks in the Bhote Koshi River.
Day 02: Baseri / Dam / Kathmandu
- Airport pick up and drop off by our private vehicle
- Kathmandu Hotel room on Bed and Breakfast (B) basis
- Fluent English speaking license holder sightseeing tour guide
- Sightseeing tour guide fee
- Sightseeing entrance fee
- All rafting equipment with guide
- meals while you are on river
- accommodation in two men tent
- all necessary fee
- round trip transportation by bus
- Nepal entry visa fee
- Kathmandu Hotel Lunch and Dinner (L, D)
- Personal expenditure
- food & accommodation cost in case of any natural accident caused by weather
- Tips and other expenditure
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We have travelled as a private group with local companies and with international travel companies before. I have to say I much prefer local companies and Skyline treks in no exception. What you gain by traveling with local groups is getting to know people including your guides, drivers, and many people along the way. There is a much greater interaction with local people that will enrich your trip. Having the same driver and guides, porters etc over many weeks allows good friendships to be formed and for a much more personal trip. Raj, the owner of the company took great care of us. When the going got tough on the abc trek with ice and snow, there was always a helping hand. We always had hot drinks shortly after arriving at the tea houses. Go and have a great adventure in Nepal with skyline treks if you haven't been or try them if you are returning. We would love to return in the future to see more of this charming country and friendly people.
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