Nepal is blessed with some of the wildest and most spectacular rivers in the world. the combination of beautiful mountain scenery, exhilarating white water rapids and fascinating cultural opportunities make Nepal one of the premier places to go white water rafting. Yeti… offer fun and exciting rafting trips on the best river of Nepal. The best time for rafting in Nepal is usually September to early December and March to June.

Trisuli River:
Trisuli River
The Trisuli river runs just west of Kathmandu that makes it an ideal place for day trips. It is generally class 3-4-grade river, which has fun rapids and good swimming. Rafting can be done only day trip or overnight camping. After the Rafting trip Pokhara and the Chitwan are the most assess place to visit.

Kaligandaki River:
This is a fun and challenging river is considered to be one of the holiest river sin all of Nepal. Villages and temples can be found throughout the entire trip giving you a cultural view of rural Nepal. It is class 3-4 Grade Rivers, which is more difficult and continuous than the Trisuli River. Trips generally last for 2 to 4 days.

Bhote Koshi River:
This located west from Kathmandu. This is the steepest rafted in Nepal. The rapids are steep and continuous class 4-5. Duration of the Rafting is 2 days and camping overnight at the bank of the river.

Rafting Lunch
Sun Koshi River:
The longest river trip through Mahabharat range (dolalghat to chuchura. One of the 10 best rafting trips in the world . A fairly relaxed paddle with class 2 and small class 3 rapids to begin with. Progress to more powerful and frequent rapids up to 4+.

Seti River:
An excellent 2 days trip. Quite isolated with jungle scenery and some easy but exciting rapids. River joins in the Trisuli at the end of the trip. Trip combine with the visit to the Royal Chitwan national