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Trishuli River Rafting

Trishuli River is one of the famous white water rafting rivers in Nepal. Trishuli River originates from the famous pilgrimage site of Gosainkund in the High Himalayas. It is believed that lord Shiva drove his trident into the rocky mountain of Himalaya and created three springs to quench his thirst after swallowing the poison that threatened to destroy the earth. The source of the River was so formed by a Trishul (trident) hence called the Trishuli. Name of this river, Trishuli, followed from a famous pilgrimage place Gosainkund which lies high in the Himalaya. From the high Himalayas the River flows with great speed down to the Mahabharata range and eventually flows down the Terai.

Trishuli River rafting is an idyllic trip for any kind of rafters as it facilitate exciting rapids but not too difficult with right length. Trishuli river rafting is also easily accessible from the Kathmandu valley as it is near to the highway. Trishuli river offers some impressive big and bouncy but relatively safe; ‘flips’. Trishuli river rafting starts from the Charaundi which is at 2 and half hour distance from the Kathmandu. You raft along the Narrow and steep canyon walls, passing through the Pristine forests, wilderness beach, suspension bridge and many more until you reach the take out point at Kuringtar.

Itinerary:

Day 01: Drive from Kathmandu to Charaundi which is the put in point for the rafting. It takes about 2 and half hour to reach Charaundi from Kathmandu valley. Overnight Tent Camping in Trishuli River bank.

Day 02: Today you will have short rafting and spend whole day exploring the Mahabharata ranges and enjoying the beach. After all this you will drive back Kathmandu