Marshyandi River Rafting in Nepal

Marshyangdi offer one of the best whitewater runs in the world. Featuring four days of impressive non-stop grade 4-5 rapids and unparalleled mountain views, this jewel of a river is rated as a favorite by the few who have been privileged to paddle it. Following the Annapurna circuit we trek along the valley through charming Gurung villages and emerald fields. Children play excitedly along the trail as we pass, snow-called Himalayan giants surround us, and the champagne river churns and bubbles below.

Few rivers rival the Marshyangdi for exhilarating white water and sustained section of steep technical rafting test our teamwork. Thundering rapids twist between house-sized boulders, steep chutes plunge into deep blue-green pools. For most of the section from Bhote Odar down to Bimalnagar the river forms a gorge winding through the valley floor. As the crystal blue water twists and turns between the steep walls, fresh views unfold behind of the Manaslu and Annapurna Range.

Fact about this trip:
3 Nights under tent on sandy beach

Highlights on this tour:
Superb rapid of class IV & V, picturesque Marchyangdi river valley, wonderful virgin beaches, excellent water fall, visit of some village, outstanding mountain views

Season:
March till May & October till November

River Class:
V

Group size
From single person

Trip cost:
USD 200 per person
Single supplement USD 35

Included in the price:
Transportation on private minibus
Meals as mentioned
All rafting equipment
Licensed holder guide
Numbers of helper
Necessary permit

Not included:
Meals other than mentioned
Drinks and bar Bill
Tipping
Personal insurance
Other things not mentioned
Hotel and food in Kathmandu

Departure date:
Any day during season

Itinerary - Marshyandi River Rafting

Day 1: Drive to Bhote Odar/ Camping.

Day 2-3: River rafting (30km)/ Overnight at river beaches.

Day 4: Drive/back to Kathmandu visit Chitwan National Park or Annapurna Circuit trekking.

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