Marshyangdi River Rafting
Marshyangdi River Rafting is one of the best whitewater runs in the world. We offer this white water rafting in Marsyangdi River which means raging river, so get ready for 2 days of adrenaline overload on this Hardcore. If you are looking for the most exciting short whitewater adventure in Nepal, this would be the best experience one of worlds most thrilling whitewater actions. It flows from east through an arid valley around Manang and swings to the south of the Trisuli River at Mugling. It is one of the most outstanding grade IV Kayaking Rivers in the world and an ideal choice for those wanting an intense and extreme rafting trip and is better suited to those who have had previous rafting experience. It is totally different from the big volume rivers like Sun Kosi and Karnali, the rapids are technical and require a very different approach. This is the most knuckle gripping section of the river so enjoy it as you will encounter continuous Class 4 rapids. The river becomes very mellow and goes through a high walled gorge with birds and vegetation that can only be described as breath taking. One of the best class 4 kayaking rivers in the world-continuous, exhilarating whitewater with magnificent mountain backdrops. During Rafting, scenery is magnificent with every bend of the river opening up fresh vistas of some of the world’s highest mountains, but these are behind-as someone said “great views but you need rear view mirrors. This trip offers you to enjoy incredible sceneries with glorious views of snow clad peaks in back drop together fascinating local culture. The rapids are continuous and powerful with great surfing and hole riding. A bombproof roll is a prerequisite. Recommended for expert kaykers and rafters. This solid white water is a serious trip, certainly not one for the faint of heart. Autumn and spring are the best season for rafting in Nepal .
|Day 01:||Kathmandu- Besisahar|
|Day 04:||Rafting and drive back to Kathmandu/Pokhara|
Day 01: Kathmandu- Besisahar In the early morning, you will transfer to Besisahar. We reach there about 1700hrs, the last four hours of this ride take us off the “good” tarmac roads and tends to be a little bouncy in places and check-in local hotel or tent.
Day 02: Rafting Start trekking for a couple of hours to Khudi. We will continue to trek for one hour more to Bhulbule. Your expedition leader and guides will brief you and train you on land about safety and paddling. Pay attention as you are straight into the rapids and this river has a way of underlining any Mistakes! Overnight at camping.
Day 03: Rafting After breakfast, hike up to Nagdi with all the gears to the river put in point. This is the most knuckle gripping section of the river so enjoy it as you will encounter continuous Class 4 rapids. We finish today at Besisahar. Overnight at camping.
Day 04: Rafting and drive to Kathmandu After breakfast, we continous our rafting from Bessisahar. The river becomes very mellow and goes through a high walled gorge with birds and vegetation that can only be described as breath taking. We reach our take out point at Bimal Nagar by lunch time where our transport is waiting to take us back to Kathmandu/Pokhara.
Optional 2 Day 01: In the early morning, Transfer to Besisahar from Kathmandu. We reach there about 1700 hrs and check-in local hotel or tent.
Day 02: After having breakfast we start trekking with porters to Nagdi. Lunch is served en-route and camping in Nagdi.
Day 03: As soon as we have our breakfast, we get ready for adventures rafting. Lunch is served at 1200hrs and camping at Bhoteodar.
Day 04: Today the river eases a little but we still have to make it through the Sharks Teeth and try not to get hung up on the bone cracking boulder placed nastily in the middle of it. Let your mind drift as we wind through narrow gorges and towering cliffs. Then its time to wake up for a series of tight rapids and nasty undercuts that will funnel you right into the tortuous and chew Kiwi Cupcake. A few more rapids and its lunch time at the Shiva temple. It is river legend that two Kayakers from Manchester were found camped here having given up paddling and taken up religion may be post traumatic river disorder. All as done before and camping at Torture.
Day 05: Today get ready for another series for class 4 rapids. Watch out for the house size rock in the middle, which forms a terminal hole. All of a sudden around a bend we come across golden sandstone cliffs and our lunch stop, Leopard Beach, so called after Leopard prints were found there. This afternoon the river widens and becomes class 3+. Relax and admire the scenery, the bird life and local fisherman. The sad signal to the end of our adventure is the suspension bridge at Bimalnagar and the first sight of the main road. Then Drive Back to Kathmandu.