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Marshyangdi River is also renowned as the “Ragging River” in Nepal. Globally, it is considered as one of the paramount whitewater runs.
Marshyangdi River begins from the convergence of two Himalayan rivers i.e. Jharsang River and Khangsar River.
As of 1996, rafting in Marshyangdi river was opened for public.
Marshyangdi River Rafting has the most thrilling grade IV and V rapids and is one of the most excellent grades IV Kayaking rivers in the world with its uninterrupted thrilling whitewater with superb panoramic background.
Rafting in this river requires full assurances from the crew member and rafting guide. Unlike the Sunkoshi and Karnali River, Marshyangdi River Rafting is really special and much more technical skill is required due to the high rapids of the water.
This river also demands a quick response from the crew members and should be alert. All in all, Marshyangdi River Rafting is perfect for those adventure lovers who seek immense and acute rafting experience and previous experience is a must.
Day 01: It takes approximately 7 hours drive to Khudi from Kathmandu via Beshisahar. After you reach Khudi you camp on the bank of the river at a suitable location. The remaining day you can enjoy at the bank of the river.
Day 02: Today you start your adventurous rafting from Khudi along Marshyangdi River. You can have 5 hours of rafting (Grade IV/V) and reach to your camping spot for an overnight stay.
Day 03: Today you descend down to Marshyangdi Hydro Electric Dam and continue your rafting till you reach Paundi for an overnight stay.
Day 04: on this day, you continue from yesterday's rafting. After having rafted for about 3 hours, you arrive at the concluding point near Dumre. From this point, you can either drive back to Kathmandu or extend your trip to other destinations Chitwan National Park, Pokhara