For those who really want to get away from the trappings of everyday life, a rafting or kayaking adventure in Nepal is hard to beat.Nepal’s rivers are up there with the best. Most originate from the glaciers of the high Himalayas where they carve and plunge, twist and spew their way through deep mountain river gorges and forested foothills towards the Gangetic Plain.White water rafting is the second most popular adventure in Nepal. The northern part of Nepal is confined by the ever-snowing mountains of Mt. Everest, Annapurana, Daulagiri, Manaslu and the numerous other peaks that go to make up The Himalayas. The melting snows of these mountains form the basis of some really serious white water, that not only provides a serious challenge, but also provides thrills to literally take your breath away. Himalayan Global,works only with the most experienced river guides in Nepal.Rivers are graded for what they have to offer in the sense of the rapid on the river and their technical difficulty.
Lobuche East peak is a popular trekking peak in Nepal to climb, located at the elevation of 6119 metRead More Read More
The first couple of days on the river fairly relaxed with class II and small class III rapids just tRead More Read More
Raging River' in the local dialect, aptly describes one of the best whitewater runs in the world. OnRead More Read More