Adventure Activities In Nepal

Bhote Koshi River Rafting


Bhote Koshi River Rafting

Bhote Koshi River Rafting is Nepal's shortest and steepest river trip through breathtaking gorges and valleys. Bhote meaning from Tibet and Koshi means water, the river that hails from Tibet. The primary branch of the Sun Koshi is this Bhote Koshi river and is followed by the Araniko highway. The Upper Bhote Koshi stops just after Bahrabise where the Sun Koshi enters as a stream from the left while the lower Bhote Koshi rafting begins from the right of Lamasangu Dam. For white water rafting adventure, Bhote Koshi River rafting is fairly fun and truly demanding. Bhote Koshi River is conveniently accessible with a 3-hour scenic drive from Kathmandu which is the starting point and finishing point of Dolalghat. You will be surrounded by green fields on your trip, beautifully terraced grounds, isolated settlements, breathtaking waterfalls and dark canyons. River rafting in Bhote Koshi is suitable for both novices and experienced paddlers who can enjoy fun and thrill with rapids. Across the Bhote Koshi River, the perfect opportunity of bungee jumping is recommended and can be paired with this one-day adventure activity.


Trip Code WPP-004-BRR
Destination Nepal
Altitude 1400m
Season All Season
Difficulty Moderate
Accomodation Camping
Duration 2 Days


Day 1: Drive from Kathmandu to Bhote Koshi River

Bus to put-in from Kathmandu, camp prepared, lunch, run upper section of river, back to camp for the evening.

Day 2: White Water Rafting

We will then start rafting and during our entire trip, we will let you know of the places where you can swim and/or go for cliff jumping.  

We will end our trip at Sukute (698 m) and have our (Non-Veg) cold meal consisting of Bread, Cheese, Tuna, Salad, Fruits, Biscuits etc. Then, we will depart for Kathmandu at 5 pm. 

Our journey will end at our office in Thamel, right where we began.


  • All meals during the rafting,
  • All necessary rafting permit,
  • All ground transportation bus/van,
  • Guide, cook and other helper, their wages, meal, insurance etc,
  • All rafting, kitchen and camping equipment.


  • Cold drinks and alcoholic beverages during trip.
  • Emergency evacuation Insurance.
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips



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