The Government of Nepal has announced an issue for the flight operation to Lukla. Most of the flights to Lukla will commence from Ramechhap until further notice to avoid the heavy traffic congestion in Kathmandu airport. The airport in Ramechhap is located 130km from Kathmandu (approximately 3-4 hours drive).
Bhote Koshi arises from the snow melting of the Glacier of Zhangzanbo (8,012 m) in Tibet. The river is highly unpredictable and its gradient is the steepest river in Nepal. Within one day, you will finish rafting on Bhote Koshi. So, if you’re short of time yet anxious for intense adrenaline rush, then this is the package for you. The river is very demanding, and even looking down the river will make most people feel exhausted. If you’re hoping for a one-day trip that offers you incredible thrill, then this is the river for you.
We’re going to be rafting and kayaking in the lower Bhote Koshi for a single day trip. The river is full of class 3 rapids, so the whole journey will be packed with thrill. The gradient of this flow is 15 meters per kilometer. Rafters don’t need a lot of experience, but this river is only for experienced kayakers. The river flows across narrow canyons full of rich forest.
We’ve been practicing Bhote Koshi White Water Rafting and Kayaking for more than 2 years. The experience can help us to make this journey in a manner that is most helpful to the clients and partners. Our supportive and knowledgeable guides can make sure your entire trip is fun and exciting.
Experience the perfect rapids of rafting
One day adventure trip fits for busy clients
Scenic drive to Khadichaur
Perceive the Nepalese lifestyle of the Countyside
Knowledgeable Rafting Guide
Private Vehicle for a group
Tips for staffs
Any kind of Drinks
Any kind of personal nature expenses
Day 01: Drive to Bhote Koshi River
We’re heading for our one-day rafting trip on Bhote Koshi at 6:30 a.m., from our office in Thamel, Kathmandu. Please ensure you report at our office well before the departure time. We’re going to drive to Khadichaur (741 m), which requires about three hours.
After about 1.5 hours driving we’ll get to Zero Kilo, where we’ll rest for tea and coffee (self-paying) for 20 minutes. Then we’re going to drive for another 1.5 hours to hit our destination at Khadichaur.
On entering Khadichaur, we’re going to set up our trip gear. It’s going to take only 30 minutes. If you haven’t filled in your pre-departure application, you need to do so now. It’s also important for you to move into more comfortable clothes, if you like.
Just before accessing Bhote Koshi, we’ll let you know about safety tips, which will take another 20 minutes. We’ll start rafting, and during our entire journey, we’ll let you know where you can swim and/or go for a cliff jump.
We will finish our journey to Sukute (698 m) and also have our (Non-Veg) cold meal consisting of bread, cheese, tuna, salad, fruit, biscuits, etc. Then we’ll leave for Kathmandu at 5 p.m.