Bhote Koshi River Rafting

Bhote Koshi (grade 4 - 5) “Challenging of Nomad Flow”
Those who are looking for short and sweet river run in Nepal the Bhote Koshi River is undoubtedly reward for them. One of the fastest river flows from Tibet lies northeast of Kathmandu and the road access directly follow to the Tibet border link which is only three hours to transfer to the put in point. The Bhote Koshi whitewater rafting is two day run of pure adrenaline rush and continuous amazing challenges up to the end. So if you are really ever dreamed to experience big grade of rapids we guarantee you to safe trip on Bhote Koshi River for your exhilarating vive come true. However relatively this river sounds technically difficult but our long time experience doing like his type of several adventure runs and international standard of wildness training made easy.

1 night 2 days Bhotekoshi rafting

Day 01: Early morning drive to put in point about 3:30-4 hrs

  • Rafting gear unload (giving your helping hands)
  • Changing clothes and put valuable items in dry pack kit
  • Main luggage load in supporting vehicle
  • Safety talk, learn how to sit on raft, hold & row paddle and rafting orientation
  • Commence the rafting, lunch on the way and by 3-4 PM end the trip
  • Camp site setting (giving your helping hands)
  • Changing clothes drink tea, coffee & chocolate
  • Dinner preparation, after dinner talking fantasy of the day or sleep

Day 02: Wake up be refresh and drink tea, coffee & chocolate

  • Packing gear first and breakfast
  • Changing clothes and put valuable items in dry pack kit
  • Remove camp setting & site clean up
  • Main luggage load in supporting vehicle
  • Transfer raft at upper section put in point
  • Safety talk and rafting orientation
  • Commence the rafting, end the trip by noon and lunch 
  • Changing clothes, load the gear & drive back to Kathmandu  
  • Trip Highlights
  • Cost Includes/Excludes
  • Useful Information
Trip Highlights

Bhotekoshi Rafting highlights

River Days: 2 Days

River Grade: 4-5 Class

Trip Type: Multi Days Expedition

Best Time to Do: Autumn & Spring Season

Put in Point: On the way of Tibet Boarder

Ending Point: Lamosangu Dam

Transportation: Private Jeep/Van/Bus

Food: First day lunch, dinner and next day breakfast & lunch  

Accommodation: At tented camp or mass dome of raft with trap

Safety: Safety kayakers for every trip

Trip Overall: First day trip stars at mid day, lunch will be served along the trip and next day after breakfast commence the rafting end by lunch hour and after lunch drive back to Kathmandu

Ideal from Organize: Kathmandu to Kathmandu

Cost Includes/Excludes

Trip Cost: Please contact us for cost details.

Rafting Package Cost Includes

  • Transportation- private car/jeep/ van or tourist bus as per package
  • Airport pick up and drop as per package
  • All necessary rafting & camping gear
  • Accommodation at tented camp or mass dome of raft with trap, meals- breakfast, lunch and dinner as per package
  • Experienced raft guides & safety kayakers
  • Guide’s insurance, salary & trip allowance

Rafting Package Cost Excludes

  • Personal transportation except above programs
  • Accommodation & meals during stay in Kathmandu and along the bus journey
  • Expenses of personal nature
  • Emergency evacuation cost
  • All bar bills except tea and coffee
  • Personal travel insurance
  • Tips & Gratuities for guide and staffs
Useful Information

Nepal Rafting Information

Rafting Preparation 

One day before at 5:00 PM gathered at Himalayan Mentor office for pre-departure meeting as it is also major concern to introduce with our team-Trip Leader, Guides, trip staffs and other guests, complete official formalities, discuss about the trip, timetable and other important logistics to make your adventure trip successful.

Rafting Equipments and Services 

Best quality self-bailing raft, whitewater safety helmet, modern plastic paddle, neoprene-wetsuit, PFD-lifejacket, dry top splash Jacket, waterproof Container or Barrel for camera and valuable items, dry bag for other stuffs, first-aid kit box, tent or mass fly sheet, sleeping mat and other necessary camping gear cooking utensils, hygienically prepared foods and drinks.

Things you need to bring

River wear: shorts or half pant, T-shirts (long sleeve for sun protection), swim wear, sun cap, sun glass, suntan cream, personal water bottle, a pair of river sandal etc

Camp site wear: personal sleeping bag, lightweight shirts, T-shirts, trouser/pant, under garments, socks, a towel, light shoe, fleece type jacket, flash light, personal toiletries, camera, reading and writing materials, medication recommended by your private doctor etc. Other stuffs you can store at your hotel or at our office store room which are not necessary to bring for the rafting.

Safety Precaution

Himalayan Mentor team take safety issues are main concern of every rafting trip and believe all our outdoor trips with us must be operated safe one. Our team members have updated training courses - AR/CPR, Wildness First-Aid and Whitewater Rescue Technician conducted by Rescue 3 International. And in every rafting trip we also provide expert rescue kayaker for extra safety to make your trip with us more comfort and enjoyable.