Bhote Koshi River Rafting

Bhote Koshi River Rafting: 3 Days

Key Information

  • Duration:3 Days
  • Primary Activity:River Rafting
  • Group Size:1 - 25 Peoples
  • Country:Nepal
  • Arrival on:Kathmandu
  • Trip Grade:Normal
  • Meals:
  • Accomodation:Camping
  • Max-Altitude: m.
  • Transportation:Car & Tourist Bus
  • Departure from:Kathmandu
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Bhote Koshi River Rafting: 3 Days

The Bhote Koshi River Rafting is best described as a liquid rush! As steep as it gets with constant rapids, this two-day trip is a full body workout and the skill and determination of the paddle crew is tested to the limit. The Bhotekosi River roughly translated as ‘River from Tibet’. But don’t be fooled by its Tibetan small beginnings. This mountain stream has one of the steepest gradients of any ratable river in Nepal.

The Bhote Koshi River is one of the most technical rivers in Nepal, providing continuous, challenging rapids from start to finish. It has been likened to a pinball machine and you’re the ball, which is certainly how it feels, with one intense rapid after another. It is exhilarating and fun and you will love running it! It is full of nasty drops, pour overs and huge bumping boulders. With an experienced guide, it is a challenging river for beginners looking for kicks and thrills, while having more than enough adventure and exhilaration for an experienced rafter!

The Bhotekosi River Rafting is without a doubt one of the most exciting short rafting trips in the world! Ready for action, ready for fun? If this sounds like you then this river is the one. No experience necessary but you must be prepared to either throw yourself into the paddling or get ready for a flip!


Day 1: Khadichaur to Dolalghat

We drive towards Khadichaur from Kathmandu. Lunch will be served at Khadichaur. From here, your rafting guide will give you the necessary guidance for rafting at Bhote Koshi. We start with a gentle paddle along the simmering river with 360-degree picturesque landscape views. We end at Dolalghat where we will camp overnight.

Day 1

Raft up to Kolpa

Now the real rafting begins! From Dolalghat to Kolpa, you will experience non-stop thrills along the river! After hours of rafting amid spectacular landscape and mystical wilderness, the rafting comes to an end as we near Kolpa and camp nearby riverside.

Day 2

Raft up to Dumja

From Kolpa, we will be amongst the rapids all morning as we maneuver down narrow canyons and around unusual rock formations. We conclude our rafting at Dumja. From here we drive back to Kathmandu. Alternatively, you can choose to travel onward to Chitwan National Park from here. Contact us for more details!

Day 3

Cost of Bhote Koshi River Rafting (3 days)- Contact Us

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Note: Please feel free to ask us for a tailor-made itinerary that suits your interest, time, and budget.


The Package cost includes:

  • One night accommodation in Dolalghat
  • One highly experienced river rafting expert
  • Lunch included
  • Rafting equipment
  • Group medical supplies (first aid kit)
  • All necessary paper works and national park entry permits
  • All additional government tax

The Package cost excludes:

  • Flights
  • Nepal entry visa fee (USD 25 for 15 days/ USD 40 for 30 days from date of issue) (You may easily get Nepal visa upon your arrival at Tribhuvan International Airport, Kathmandu)
  • International airfare
  • Travelers insurance
  • Other food and drink not included in itinerary
  • Bar bills, telephone bills and other personal expenses (shopping/ laundry)
  • Tips to guide
  • All expenses due to unavoidable events e.g. Personal illness, strike etc.

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