Bhote Koshi Rafting:
Bhote Koshi River is the steepest river where you can get the ultimate fun of Rafting and Kayaking. If you are stuck at the time of winter also and wanted to have a little fun, then Bhote Koshi is the best place. At the time of winter also you can have rafting in Bhote Koshi through magnificent gorges because the waves will be gentle. Usually, the best time to do rafting in Bhote Koshi is September to November.
Bhote Koshi River is also the best attraction for tourists because you can have sightseeing of beautiful mountains while doing rafting. It only takes a few hours drive from Kathmandu to reach the Bhote Koshi rafting point. That’s why if you have spare time in Kathmandu then it is most recommended thrill adventure for you.
Which are the best seasons for Rafting?
During Nepal monsoon season (June-September) the water level rises and carries more force and speed in the waves, that’s why people with rafting experience can try in this season. March-June and October to December is the best period of rafting for all people because the climate will be warm and the river will have gentle waves too.
What are the Safety majors for you?
Rafting is an extreme sport and the risk level can be high without proper precautions. With the flow of time expertise in this sport has increased as well as equipment has become more advanced and improved in quality which has lower the risk. The major safety tips are as follows:
-Always wear a rafting helmet and a life jacket.
-Make sure you wear the right outwear for rafting.
-Stay in Boat, hold the paddle properly and know the proper swimming techniques.
-Don’t go alone.
-Listen to your guide while talking about safety and
How to go for Rafting in Bhote Koshi?
First of all, you will need a river permit in Nepal which can be attained through us. Trying to go rafting without a travel agency will be hard because you will need rafting clearance and other documents. Our agency will prepare your entire rafting trip, accommodation, food and needed equipment for the trip.
- An experienced River guide and safety assistant.
- River Permit, Safety Kayak, compulsory equipment’s which includes rafts, lifejacket, helmets, paddles, and medical equipment.
- Transportation to Rafting Point and back to Kathmandu.
- Beverage items such as cold-drinks and hard-drinks including mineral water.
- Tips to Guide.