• DestinationNepal
  • Durations2 days
  • Trip DifficultyEASY
  • ActivitiesTour
  • AccommodationIncludes
  • VehicleBus/Jeep/Flight
  • Group SizeMin. 1 Pax


Named Trishuli, in reference to a famous pilgrimage place Gosaikunda, it comes from the high Himalaya. The Lord Shiva drove his trident into the rocky mountain to create three springs the source of the river and hence its name Trishuli.

Trishuli River is our most popular rafting journey. It offers the experience of fertile valleys, thrilling rapids, relaxing flows, and sandy beaches. Flowing along the Trishuli River is an ideal way to rejuvenate after a trek or for the fun of doing it.

The adventure is fun, safe and exciting for all, regardless of your age and level. The gorges we pass through, providing a pleasant blend of serene waters and exciting rapids. As we drift down the Trishuli River we can enjoy Nepals diverse beauty and landscapes, rural villages, lush flora and sightings of Himalayan wildlife.

Detail Itinerary

Cost Details

Cost Includes

  • Rafting Guide & Supporter.
  • All rafting equipments such as self-bailing rafts, life jackets and safety equipments.
  • Paddle top, helmets and waterproof gear bags.
  • Lunch Dinner, Breakfast
  • Rafting permits and fees.
  • Round trip ground transportation (by bus)
  • Safety kayaker.

Cost Excludes

  • Personal Expenditure (Alcoholic beverages and drinks, phone, and laundry),
  • Food & accommodation cost in case of any natural accident caused by weather,
  • Tips, Gratuities and expenditure

Good to Know

We have three different options for a Trishuli River rafting adventure:

  • Rafting itinerary can be changed as per different situation.
  • A single days journey of nearly 20 km on the river.
  • At nearly 60 km and includes three days and two nights along the river. The usual season starts from January to May and from September to December the rafting can be done in any season. The monsoon provides an extra challenge.
  • The wet and wild action is followed by relaxation on the serene beaches for meal breaks and overnight camping under the stars.

The Trishuli River is easily accessed from both Kathmandu and Pokhara.