Welcome to one of the top 10 white water rafting rivers in the world. With the place of origin at Tibetan plateau, Sunkoshi flows east and passes through the valleys of Mahabharat Range towards the flatland of Terai. Named as the river of gold, Sunkoshi is a very technical river for rafting. The rapids are tricky and difficult to guess. Sail past the mountains, forests and culturally rich villages. Conquer the challenges of Grade II to V rapids. The difficulty level is increased by frequent water waves. Sunkoshi is one of the longest rafting rivers in Nepal. Check-in point is at Dolalghat which is towards east from Kathmandu. Cover 270km of river distance and experience the thrill of technical rapids and turbulences. Witness the remote Nepal and sail through the deep gorges and traditional villages. Meat Grinder and High Anxiety are some of the challenging rapids. Rafting ends at Chatara.
Day01: Drive from Kathmandu to Dolalghat. Trek to the check in point at Tarang Gaon. Stay in a camp.
Day02: After breakfast, continue the rafting from Tarang Gaon to Dumja Village. Enjoy the view of Langtang Ranges. Sail through Khuei Bhai rapid to Mahadev Temple. Stay overnight in a camp.
Day03: Leave Dumja Village and pass through the area full of pebbles to Khunkhot. The whole rafting takes 6hrs to end. Cross the forest and sail through Chamera Bhir. This is the village of fishermen. Conquer Khurkhot rapid.
Day04: It takes about 5hrs of rafting to reach Likhu Khola from Khurkhot. Sail through Rai Villages and observe the culture and lifestyle. There will be plenty of photo shooting opportunities.
Day05: Raft for about 6hrs to reach Harkapur from Likhukhola. You need to be extra conscious as this is a technical section. Sail through deep gorges and conquer the rapids. Enjoy wildlife views of langur and other monkeys.
Day06: 6hrs of rafting will take you from Harkapur to Rai Ghat. Conquer Krishna Rapid and Mangal rapid and pass through the meeting place of Sunkoshi River and Dudhkoshi River to reach Roller Coaster rapid.
Day07: In 6hrs, you will reach Bander Ghat from Rai Ghat. Sail through Sap Su Khola and drop down to deep holes. Face the challenges posed by waves.
Day08: Leave Bander Ghat and sail to Bonjur Ghat by crossing Mardekhu gorge.
Day09: Leave Bonjur Ghat and sail towards Barahachhatra. This is a peaceful section. Barahachhatra is the sacred site which is famous for its Baraha temple.
Day10: Leave Barahachhatra and sail to Chatara. Take lunch and return back to Kathmandu.
All ground transportation by tourist bus
Meal on full board basis
One night tented accommodation
All rafting equipment, rafting guide
Flight from Biratnagar to Kathmandu including departure tax