Seti river is relatively an ideal river with undisturbed aquatic & wild lives, flora and fauna. This river is Nepal’s one of the most beautiful, small volume warm water river encompassing the beautiful sceneries in the background. Seti begins from the southeast slope of sacred mountain Fishtail and runs by creating average speeds (2+ to 3), thus this is the perfect river for rafting beginners & family. Join our 2 days Seti river rafting trip; we respect your easy water adventure desires.
Day 01: Drive to Damauli and rafting
By the early morning 4 hours drive from Kathmandu to Damauli along the Prithivi highway. Or if you are in Pokhara or Chitwan, it takes each 2 hours drive. On arriving at Damauli, we set off down to the Seti Khola and the fantastic rafting begins along the forested canyon. Enjoy the beautiful rapids and unspoiled environment. Our first day’s rafting trip concludes with the camping at the river beach near the beautiful village of Saranghat. Meals: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner.
Day 02: Rafting to Narayanghat and departure
We continue our rafting journey soon after breakfast and encounter a technical 3 grade rapid. In the mean time, we enter Trishuli River on leaving Seti Khola. The relief feature changes as we flow with the water of Trishuli. As the topography changes dramatically, the landscape and vegetations seems different here. Our rafting trip terminates at Narayanght of Chitwan. After the lunch return back to Kathmandu or to your next destination. Meals: Breakfast & Lunch.
Service Includes & Excludes
- Ground transfer: to & from rafting put in and ending point
- All meals during the rafting period
- Rafting gears
- English speaking Rafting guide
- Camping equipments
- Personal expenses (phone calls, bottled or boiled water, drinks, battery charge etc.)
- All other expenses unless stated in Itinerary
- Personal travel and health insurance
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