Bhote Koshi River Rafting for two days allows you to soak into full of thrills and frills, as paddle through exciting world-class enjoyable white-water rapids and bouncy roller coaster waves.
Bhote Koshi, one of the main tributaries of the mighty and famous Sun Koshi River for rafting expedition, the river runs from the glaciers of high Central Himalayan peaks located close between the border of Tibet/China and Nepal.
This raging fast-running river is regarded as one of the best for white-water floats as it flows all the way downstream to join with the main big river of Sun Koshi, near to our finishing point of rafting adventure at Dolalghat town.
There are several options that one can enjoy rafting on Bhote Koshi River, from right above near the frontier of Nepal and Tibet, or from lower downstream and then camp on a nice lovely sandy beach for overnight halt.
Bhote Koshi River is considered as a wild and rough rivers for adrenaline excitement in the world of water sports and rafting or kayaking, due to the nature of the river we also have backup with a kayak to guide the raft through rapids with drops and holes as safety measures.
This is a pure adventure full of paddle action on this exciting rafting trip, where you will encounter grade III to IV rapids and big waves to enjoy the thrills for two days rafting on the wild Bhote Koshi River.
The real fun and adventure on Bhote Koshi River rafting is camping on a nice sandy beach, with time to explore near local villages to witness traditional activities of farm life along with various cultures.
Bhote Koshi, one of the closest rafting rivers from the capital Kathmandu where drive takes you on Kathmandu and Lhasa/Tibet Friendship Highway, past the scenic old town of Dhulikhel, where you can overlook fantastic views of Himalayan mountain range.
After concluding the rafting adventure full of exciting thrills and frills head back to Kathmandu on the same scenic route, after fascinating wet moments and great experience on Bhote Koshi River Rafting.
Bhote Koshi Rafting, provided with standard Itinerary days where days can be shorter or longer as per water volume on the river as per the season-wise, some designated overnight camps can differ or change, due to the current of a river according to different season and other condition, etc.
We will follow the itinerary if it needs to be changed in case of weather, and difficulties going over rapids, might require more days especially in late autumn and winter times, where our leader and lead river guides decide holding full authority for Nepal Trekking Planner.
Climate and Weather.
Himalayan climate can be unpredictable sometimes even in good best seasons, where April and May to the first week of June will be the best time during spring times, when days are longer with enough sunlight hours.
Morning and night time as well in shade can be cold, other months from September and October great times for rafting, most days are clear for views of mountains and beautiful landscape scenery.
Although much colder months of autumn season with extreme cold during morning and night time, where sunlight much shorter.