Nepal is home to a number of fast-flowing rivers that have provided river rafting thrills for years. Rafting/Kayaking is one of the most popular activities in Nepal, which is known as a paradise for river runners. This package includes rafting on the Bhote Koshi River, as well as the wildlife and beauty that surrounds you on your journey. This program is full of excitement and enjoyment because to the mix of breathtaking mountain scenery, intense white water rapids, chilly water, and unique cultural experiences.
Book Your Trip To: Bhote Khosi River Rafting (2 Days)
The Bhote Koshi is the upper reaches of the Sun Kosi, which is known in Tibet as Poiqu. It is a member of Nepal's Koshi River system. The Zhangzangbo Glacier in Tibet is home to the headwaters of the Poiqu and Bhote-Sun Koshi rivers. The Lumi Chimi lake is where the river originates. It is known as Bhote Koshi upon entering Nepal. It is known as Sun Koshi further downstream, from the town of Bahrabise onwards.
Bhote Koshi area is mainly famous for 2 adventure activities: Bungee and rafting.
The Bhote Koshi river rafting offers the closest Grade IV to V whitewater rafting experience on a rapid with a whirlpool. The Bhote Koshi River rises in the Tibetan plateau, which is easily accessible from Kathmandu due to its proximity. We can reach the rafting place by taking a scenic three-hour journey from Kathmandu valley, which gives spectacular views of the Himalayan range, charming local villages, and babbling streams along the way. Rafting on the Bhote Koshi is one of the best whitewater river rafting experiences in the world, with plenty of adrenaline and pleasure.
The Bhote Kosi is widely considered one of the world's best short white water rafting adventures. It is Nepal's steepest rafting river, with constant rapid movement that makes it a full-on commitment and a terrific adrenaline rush. This is a great tour for anyone looking for a quick but exciting rafting experience.
In general, the cost of rafting in Bhote Koshi is less than $50 per person. The price is roughly more than $35.
The best months for rafting on the Bhote Koshi are October to December and February to April. Our organization offers licensed and competent guides with extensive knowledge of Nepal's rivers. CPR, First Aid, and advanced river rescue procedures are all taught to everyone.
The Bhote Koshi River Bungee Jump is one of the top ten Bungee Jumps in the world. The bungee jump spot lies above the Bhote Kosi River, close to the Nepal-Tibet border. On the Nepal-Tibet border, this incredible 500ft (160m) plummet into the Bhote Koshi river offers one of the world's longest freefalls. It's a thrilling experience that gives you the sensation of flying for a few moments.
The 160-meter jump was created by one of New Zealand's top bungee consultants and is operated by some of the industry's most experienced jump masters. It's impregnable to mishaps. Safety is taken "very seriously" by the agency. The Kodari bungy jumping facility is conveniently placed near Kathmandu and is easily accessible by car. It is a must-see destination for all adventurers.
Here are the restrictions for bungee jumping in Bhote Koshi:
As for the Price of bungee jumping in Bhotekoshi. The cost of the jump changes as a result. The cost might range anywhere from $50 to $99. You may learn more about it on their official website. The cost of jumping is determined by the agency with whom you register.
Though you can participate in the activity at any time of year, the optimum months are September to May. During the months of December to January, the jump is only open four days a week, on Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday, and Friday; however, from September to November, it is open every day except Monday. Eligibility for Bungee Jumping at Bhotekoshi
This bungee leap in Nepal could be the most breathtaking on the planet. The longest free fall in the world is 500 feet (160 meters) into the Bhote Koshi River valley on the Nepal-Tibet border. Anyone interested in giving bungee leaping a try should be free of the following health issues: Epilepsy; heart disease
We'll leave early today to drive to Lomosangu. Lomosangu-Dam is 95 kilometers east of Kathmandu. This is a great journey through communities with spectacular mountain vistas if the weather permits. Then, for recommendations and advice, you will be guided by professional rafters. The guide will teach you about river safety, paddling methods, and some safety advice. With our life jackets and other helmets on, we will soon enter the river. Then our grade 4 rafting adventure begins, complete with exhilarating flips and ups and downs. Our rafting trip will come to an end today at Barhabise. We'll set up the tent and spend the night here, taking in the scenery and the peacefully flowing river.
After breakfast, we'll set up our gear and hit class 3 rapids again, starting from the top section. You get a second chance to demonstrate how well your raft crew can work together in difficult rapids. We eat lunch on the river and continue the adventure until approximately 2 to 3 p.m. when we arrive at Dolalghat Bazaar and board the bus back to Kathmandu.
Baseri (95 km), the main put-in location for the Bhote Kosi River, is about 4 hours north of Kathmandu. Private transportation will be used to go to Baseri. The 25 kilometers of river action takes two days to complete. The road drive to Kathmandu takes about 3 hours from the 'Dam' - take-out point.
Once you're on the river, there's not much time to take in the beauty of your surroundings since the whitewater action begins! However, there is a fantastic opportunity to halt in Dhulikhel along the way to admire the breathtaking Himalayan scenery! The Bhote Kosi is widely considered one of the world's best short white water rafting adventures. It is Nepal's steepest rafting river, with constant rapid movement that makes it a full-on commitment and a terrific adrenaline rush.
This is a great tour for anyone looking for a quick but exciting rafting experience. It is better suited to those who have some previous rafting experience.
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