Nepal is the land of mysteries. 14 of the world highest mountains is in Nepal. The cultural variance, architectural beauties, deep rooted religious history renders something to every travel enthusiast. The mountainous country Nepal, is the heaven for nature lovers and adventure seekers. The adventurous activities like trekking, hiking, motor biking, dirt biking, paragliding, etc. allures you. And there is rafting of course.
Rafting in Nepal renders experience like no other region in the world. Rafting, beating the river waves with the scenic countryside view of mountains, culture and colorful human settlement will certainly give you all adrenaline rush you so desire. The serpentine bug free river with the choice of class 1-class 6 rafting is what you will be served in rafting tours.
The water from melting mountains and regular monsoon takes rafting experience to next level. The presence of rock obstacles along the river way will keep you stunned. Nepal’s Rafting experience is not limited to only one river. As the snow melts from different direction, river flows from different direction of the mountains.
If you are amateur rafter and just wishes to see the tip of iceberg, then river Trishuli is the one for you. But if you desire for more adrenaline rush in your body, than there are plenty of rivers to choose from. The perfectly present rivers crossing the hills awards you with the wealthy rafting experience.
Numerous world class rivers is already exciting to the adventure lovers and there is no match to Nepal in the department of these rivers. Possibility of rafting in different class rivers absorbing all the natural and artificial serenity is not something you get to experience every day.
Rivers in Nepal are rated from Class 1-6 depending on their difficulty.
Class 1 river has slow moving water current with little obstacles.
Class 2 & 3 river has fast moving water current with some obstacles and smaller and medium size rapids.
Class 4 rivers has longer and continuous section of white water and large waves. The rafting in this requires strong paddling and nice teamwork in the boat.
Class 5 rivers have prolonged sections of rapids and big holes. This requires very strong and good paddling. The past rafting experience will help you.
Class 6 is the most difficult and considered almost impossible to run.
Whatever you may desire, may it be fully emerging in more difficulty river courses or simply tasting the rafting experience, Rafting Packages of Aarya Tara Travels and Tours is at your service.