Bhotekoshi River Rafting

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Trip fact

    Destination Nepal
    Trip Duration 02 Days
    Class III to V
    Distance 33 KM
    Put In Point Khadichaur(3 Hr drive from Kathmandu(
    Put Out Point Sukute
    Accommodation Tent or Room

Bhotekoshi River Rafting

White Water Rafting in Nepal renders the heavenly experience like no other place in the world. There is plethora of rivers and places to choose from to get that adrenaline rush you so desire. In this large option of Rafting, Bhotekoshi stands in the forefront and is well known among the international adventure lovers. Bhotekoshi lies approx. 70KM east of Kathmandu. Rafting is easily accessible as river flows along the Araniko National Highway. The put in point of rafting is Khadichaur, just 3 hour drive from Kathmandu. The take out point is Sukute Beach.

Bhotekoshi river rafting awards you the adventure and thrill of fast-faced river. The steep stream of the river provides you that extra boost in your rafting experience. Bhotekoshi river rafting is not only about the river experience, but the sight of archaeological sites, colorful villages, flora and fauna certainly is adorable. Rafting in Bhotekoshi renders relentless stretches from class III to class IV levels of rapids. Moreover, to add more to overall adventure experience, there lies obstacles like boulder gardens, steep chutes, small waterfalls and 90-degree bends. As rafting boat passes through different obstacles, the enriching gorges and valleys will be welcoming you too.

The action packed Bhotekoshi River rafting is challenging and enthralling as well. Along with rafting in white water, you will be observing green terrace fields above the river. It doesn’t matters, whether you are amateur rafter or experience one, Bhotekoshi River rafting is your ultimate adventure and adrenaline destiny. Bhotekoshi River is also the home to world famous Bungee Jump spot too. For the first time rafter, Bhotekoshi rafting can be the best introduction to the adventurous world.

There is no limitation of time for rafting in Bhotekoshi but people prefer the month from September to October for rafting in Bhotekoshi.

What you provide

We provide self-bailing rafts, wetsuits, helmets, plastic paddles, wet suits, life jackets and first aid kit. We concern your safety. So, we have well trained staffs and rafters capable of CPR, first aid and complicated river rescue. The healthy food and comfortable night sleep is guaranteed under the Bhotekoshi rafting of Aarya Tara Travels and Tours.

What to Bring

  • T-shirt, swim wear for on the river, warm clothing for the evenings, fleece or a pullover.
  • Sunscreen and lip protector, Sunglasses (with retaining device) and/or a cap
  • Towel and Toiletries (environmentally friendly is best), Personal medication
  • Flashlight, Footwear, Reading book, fishing hook if you do fishing.

Please inform us about:

  • Medical condition of yours if any
  • If you are non-swimmer or you feel uncomfortable in the running water

For rendering that much needed adrenaline boost, Aarya Tara Travels has perfectly designed Bhoteskoshi Rafting Packages. If you wish to do the rafting in your own way, our team will assist you to meet you expectation.

We will leave Kathmandu to point Lomosangu
Full Day Rafting and Departure


  • Professional English speaking licensed guides highly trained and safety certified to international standards in Whitewater River Guiding, Swift Water Rescue, and Wilderness First Aid
  • Professionally trained and certified safety kayakers.
  • Quality rafting and kayaking equipment, including boats, kayaks, helmets, paddles, PFDs, dry bags and Pelican boxes.
  • Accommodation in a camp and all necessary facilities including two man tents, shelters, simple mattress and sleeping bag, toilet tents, etc.
  • Treated drinking water
  • Two-way transportation
  • River permits.
  • Industry standard first aid kits
  • Team photos (photos videos by our team)
  • Included meals
    • Day 1 = Lunch & Dinner
    • Day 2 = Breakfast & Lunch


  • Visas, flights, other taxes etc.
  • Personal items like toiletries, clothing, camera etc.
  • Alcohol and other packed food.
  • Insurance policy: paddlers need to have their own insurance since we only provide insurance to our crew.
  • Tips for guides – we pay our guides and porters fairly but if you want you can tip them personally.