Beginning its life in Tibet (bhot) this river (koshi) roars its way into Nepal through some of the most breathtaking valley and gorges you will be ever see. The bhota koshi river rafting is the steepest paths for rafting in Nepal that create a torrent. This bhota koshi river rafting is the thrilling, exciting and at the same times most charming rafting trips not found anywhere else in the world. This is the very steep and very continuous mountain steam, a combination of fun and excitement surrounded by mountains, forests and waterfalls.
The water in this river emerge from the glacier of world 10th highest mountain called shisa pangma although there is not much more time to look at the mountain scenery and surroundings once you are on this river white water rafter starts on action but in this route there is excellent opportunity to stop in dulikhel to admire the stunning views of Himalayas! The bhota koshi river rafting is regarded as one of the best short rafting trips in the world. This is the ideal for those rafters who are looking a short but strong and thrilling rafting trip. It is better for those rafters who have already experience rafting before. It has also the additional program on the way at last resorts like cannoning, bungee jumping course and mountain biking. The details itinerary even makes you exciting about the trips.
Day 01: Drive to lomosangu-dam from Kathmandu towards 95 km east. This is a spectacular drive through villages and if weather permits, you will have a fantastic mountains view of ganesh himal and langtang. We will raft the first 10 km on the most exciting stretch of the river and then return to start to play again the same stretch the next day rather than continue with only a day paddling to the end. After that drives back to the camp.
Day 02: after having breakfast and a quick pack up and sat out at approx 9 to 10 a.m. we will run to hit white water in grade of 3 rapid starting from upper section. You will have a second chance to show how you raft in team and work together to challenge the fast flowing water and its rapids. We will have our lunch on the river and continue the action until the take out point dolalghat- bazzer in about 2 to 3 p.m. after that bus will take us to Kathmandu and our trip will be over.