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Seti River Rafting

Seti River rafting is an idyllic trip for those who are planning to have the adventure with their family member. Seti River offers some of the most stunning views and pleasant flows with some less intense rapids. The warm water of the river and its beautiful vicinity will please you. Seti river rafting is one of the least challenging and short river rafting trips in Nepal. Seti River originates from the southeast slopes of the Fishtail Mountain and flows with great speed through the mountain slopes of Annapurna and Manaslu.

You start Seti River rafting from Damauli, which is the put-in point for rafting on Seti River. It takes about 5 hours from Kathmandu to reach the place via tourist bus. You raft along the 35 km long river way rafting for two days. En route you encounter some Class III rapid. You raft along the river situated in between the Stunning forests, emerald mid hills; and valleys. During rafting you will also get an opportunity to see some of the rare birds on the bank of the river and lush vegetations alongside of the river. Your take out point for the Seti River rafting is at a confluence of Kali Gandaki and Trishuli River called Devghat. The place is at 4-5 hrs driving distance from the Kathmandu and has religious importance too.


Day 01: Drive from Kathmandu towards Damauli by tourist bus. It takes about 5 hours from Kathmandu and 2 ½ hours from Pokhara to reach the Damauli. Damauli is the take in point for Seti River rafting. Upon arrival, on Beni briefing will be done and then you will get ready with the required gears and equipments. Start rafting and camp at Sarangghat.

Day 02: Early in the morning you pack your required gears and equipments have breakfast and start rafting. The take out point for Rafting ends at Devghat at a confluence of Kali Gandaki and Trishuli River. The place has a religious importance too. From Devghat you drive to Kathmandu which takes 5 hrs of drive or to Chitwan which takes 3 hrs of drive or to Pokhara driving for about 4 hrs.