Seti River Rafting:
The first day you drive west of Kathmandu early in the morning for Damauli roughly 160 km away. After the rafts are rigged you set off down the Setikhola a tributary of the Saptagandaki River. You spend the whole day within its forested canyon. The Luxuriant vegetation visible along the river is a remnant of the vast forested area, which once covered the middle hills of Nepal. In the afternoon a small but technical rapid is encountered near the village of Saranghat inhabited by Magars. Who are renowned for generations of service with the Gurkha forces. Saranghat is a colorful diddle hill village. The first night’s camp is on a spacious beach below the village.
The second day you encounter a technical rapid 3-5 before entering the Trishuli River. Here middle hills and the Terai plain opens up before us. The topography gets changed dramatically. The twisted severe rock formations give way to sandstone and gravel deposited by antecedent rivers. After lunch you can visit a unique religious community-Devghat. Well know among the Hindus every year in mid-January thousands of pilgrims visit the river and the Ashram to worship. At this point where the Kaligandki joins the Trishuli and becomes the Narayani river you get a choice between coming back to Kathmandu or continuing journey to visit the Royal Chitwan National Park.
Inflatable boat, helmet, paddle, lifejacket, rescue rope, carabena, water, all three hygienic meals during river days, free rum and coke, transport by bus, kitchen wear, excellent cook, expert guide, helper, rescue Kayak, water prove sack for your baggage and camping equipment / meals, sleeping tent and mattress.
Cost not include:
Your insurance, personal belongings, sleeping bag, sun glass with rope, sandle and sun cream.