Bhotekoshi River Rafting - 2 Days

Rafting & Kayaking
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US$ 150 P/P

Number of Travellers:

US$ 150
US$ 150

Trip Info

  • Duration

    2 Days

  • Difficulty


  • Starts From


  • Trip Ends At


  • Transport

    Private comfortable vehicle

  • Best Season:

    • Summer (May,Jun)
    • Autumn (Mid-Sep - Mid November)

Bhotekoshi River Rafting Overview

Bhotekoshi is one of the fastest flowing rivers in Nepal which originates from Tibet plateau following all the way up to the south and is mixed up with SunKoshi. The literal meaning of “Bhote” is “River from Tibet".

Bhotekoshi River Rafting is a perfect excursion for those who seek for a little whitewater adventure. On rafting along the white water, the rafting gets wild and steeper with grade IV – V rapids and after calm and constant streams with III rapids.

While rafting, you can see the panoramic view of mountains, green scenery, and unexplored sites. After some necessary information and safety tips, your adventurous rafting starts. The rapids of water give you a thrilling experience.

The starting point for Bhotekoshi can be reached by just a 4-hour drive north-east of Kathmandu. Also, it can be a great start for naive rafters and also fun for kayakers wanting to have an adventure trip with steep and non-stop water flow.

The adventure can be most enjoyed between October and December and February and April. Bhotekoshi river rafting is often described as the best whitewater rafting adventure and the most exciting short rafting trip of Nepal. If somebody had never rafted before and is desiring - then Bhotekoshi is the perfect river rafting for them.

Trip Outline

Day 1: Khadichaur to Dolalghat
Day 2: Raft to Kolpa
Day 3: Raft to Dumja

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Itinerary in Details

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  • Vehicle transfer as mentioned in the Itinerary
  •  Meals during the rafting trip
  • Drinks mention in itinerary
  • Accommodation in the tented camp
  • Necessary rafting equipment, safety gear
  • Guide and other staffs as per requirements
  • Safety Kayak
  • First aid kit box
  • Service fee and Government tax


  • Nepal Visa
  • All sorts of personal expenses
  • Other beverages and foods (not in inclusion)
  • Travel Insurance
  • Meals in Kathmandu
  • Other not mentioned above as inclusion


Himalayan Trekkers promise to manage the best, most comfortable, and preferred accommodation.

In general, we arrange a 3* Standard Category Accommodations with all facilities in cities. If available, you can opt for a more budget-friendly option or upgrade to a more luxurious hotel by paying a little extra.

Although all places during your trek do not have all modern facilities (especially at higher altitudes), we ensure that it is arranged safely and comfortably. Mostly hygienic and safe tea houses / local lodges/homestays are arranged & please feel free to personalize according to your preference.

If your travel schedule includes camping or if you choose to experience it, a correct campsite will be determined in advance and everything will be taken care of. If required, we also provide equipment such as a tent, cookware, etc. Check the equipment lists and equipment lists for more information.


Breakfast is usually included with your accommodation within the costs. Meals in the city must be paid separately. Often in the cities, you can choose from many different cuisines and varied food services. We can always help you find the right place.

Remote areas don't have that many options, but hygienic and well-prepared food is always served. Moreover, most meals are included in the costs during your trek. We can help you make changes according to your preference and budget, but only if choices are available! Moreover, Himalayan Trekkers also organize Welcome of Farewell Dinners as a symbol of warm greetings.

Follow the detailed route description or itinerary for more information. We are always there to help you to your heart's content.

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