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Bhote Koshi Rafting

The Bhote Koshi river stems from the glaciers from Shisa pangama in Tibet. The rafting in Bhote Koshi begins at Lamasanghu, a four-hour bus ride from Kathmandu, and ends at Dolalghat. The adrenaline rushes Bhote Koshi offers are unique and incomparable to other rivers. The rapids of Bhote Koshi range from classes III to V, offering you stimulating and challenging water trips, but still suitable to both expert and less experienced rafters. This rafting is run-able all the year round. Like other raftings in Nepal, it is also characterized by green forests, deep steep gorges, remote villages, temples, and beautiful waterfalls. It is the Steepest and shortest rafting experience.

There are travel agencies available to facilitate your rafting, kayaking and trekking trips.


Rafting Starts:           Lamasanghu/Baseri

Rafting ends at:        Dolalghat

Grades:                      Class III to V

Duration:                   1 to 2 Days

Distance:                   22 kms

Best season:             Round the year

Perfect for:                 September to November, April to June

Difficulty:                   Suits all skill levels

Tour starts at:            Kathmandu. 5 hour drive from Kathmandu.

-By: Bedu Khatiwoda for Land Nepal

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