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Marshyangdi River Rafting
considered as a standout amongst the best white water travels on the planet; this 35 km boating activity on Marshyangdi waterway can take as long as 2 days. The Marshyangdi River Rafting
begins from 'Bhulbhule', which is around 5-6 hours drive from west of Kathmandu. The view seeing during the trek is consistently changing going from mountains, thick woods, open valleys to little ethnic towns, making it amazingly energizing and extraordinary. The waterway seethes through limited crevasses and ravines and past staggering Annapurna Mountains.
The difficult evaluation 4 to 5-rapids start on the very first moment and are for all intents and purposes nonstop to the take-out point, with interceptive highway which could find your intense insight of this part of travel, specialized and exciting rides through Himalayan view. There is a common adequacy to far towns which is on way and layoffs. This place is modern dividend in way it can be reached from pokhara shortly in 2 hours. To get there from kathmandu it takes 6-7 hours.The Marsyangdi River flows east through an arid valley around Manang and swings to the south of the Trisuli River at Mugling. The river is one of the most outstanding grade IV Kayaking Rivers in the world and an ideal choice for those wanting an intense and extreme rafting trip and is better suited to those who have had previous rafting experience. The river rages through narrow Marsyangdi River Rafting
is a serious undertaking that awakens your nerves throughout the trip. Seasoned rafters from around the globe consider the Marsyangdi one of the Best Rafting Rivers in the world. gorges and canyons
) (Nepali: मर्स्याङ्दी
, marśyāṅdī) is a mountain river in Nepal. Its length is about 150 kilometres.
The Marshyangdi begins at the confluence of two mountain rivers, the Khangsar Khola and Jharsang Khola, northwest of the Annapurna massif at an altitude of 3600 meters near Manang village. The Marshyangdi flows eastward through Manang District and then southward through Lamjung District.
The Marshyangdi joins the Trishuli near Mugling as one of its tributaries.
The beginning of the Annapurna Circuit trekking route follows the Marshyangdi river valley.
Snowy Dream World deals with all your boating needs, for example, overseeing for gear, dealing with fooding and outdoors as well, ensuring the best boating background. Likewise, we are intense about our customer's security, so the majority of our boating treks are guided by experienced aides and group who are well-prepared in CPR, emergency treatment and propelled stream salvage methods.
Best Season for Rafting
The peak tourism seasons in Nepal are spring (March-May) and autumn (September-November). At these times, the weather is best – pleasantly hot with very little rain.
Water levels are an important factor for white-water rafting, of course. In spring, water levels can be quite low, as, at this time, it’s been the longest since the heavy rains of the monsoon.
In autumn – after the monsoon season – water levels are at their highest. This can make for some exciting rapids – sometimes a bit too
exciting earlier in the season. By late November, the nights are quite cold for beach camping, so pack extra layers.
Gears/Equipment for rafting
Facts of Marsyangdi Rafting
- Inflatable Rafting Boats.
- Life Jacket.
- Carbon Paddles.
- Rescue Throw Bags.
Rafting Start Point: Nagdi
Rafting End Point: Bimal Nagar
River Grade: Class III to V
River distance: Around 47 km
Rafting Hour: Around 5 hours
What is the risk and what can go wrong in Rafting?
1. Drowning is the #1 Danger of Whitewater Rafting
2. Overexertion is Often the Cause of Death in Rafting
3. Smashing into Rocks
4. Getting Stuck In River
5. Hypothermia is a Real Danger When Whitewater Rafting
Best Tips Before Rafting
- Always wear a life jacket, or personal flotation device (PFD).
- Be safe and comfortable. Wear the protective gear.
- Hold the paddle properly.
- Know the proper swimming techniques.
- Master the T-grip.
- Don’t fall out.
- Listen to your guide.
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- Day 01 :Drive from Kathmandu to Dumre to Besisahar by bus or truck, whatever available. Overnight camping at Besisahar. (B.L.D)
- Day 02 :Rafting from Besisahar and camp at the beach at the confluence of Chepe River and Marshyangdi River. (B.L.D)
- Day 03 :All day rafting and camping on the beach near Turtle Bazaar. (B.L.D)
- Day 04 :Rafting to Bimalnagar. After Lunch drive back to Kathmandu, Pokhara or Chitwan Jungle Safari. As per your interest (B.L)