Karnali River is the longest and largest river in Nepal, which has its roots on Mount Kailash in Tibet. From there, it flows south to Nepal after gaining water glacier of Kanjiroba Himal, where the Karnali River drops off into harsh canyons. The rapid then chisel the Himalayan terrain into several gorges and canyons before proceeding to remote areas of serene woods. The lower section of Karnali River takes a sharp bend from south to north, called the Western Bend, at which point the river passes through deep gorges to a remote region. Engaging in Karnali River Rafting will take you through an adrenaline adventure which proceeds through steep and challenging white water and hidden wilderness. The notorious rapids in Karnali River are more constricted and steeper than most others in Nepal.
Karnali River Rafting commences by driving to Surkhet from where we will head towards Sauli Bazaar, the point of initiation of Karnali River Rafting. We will undergo series of rapids and bends to cover total 180km. There is an aura of serenity as we pass through raw landscapes before finally reaching Chisopani, the check out point for Karnali River Rafting. Enthralled in the life altering voyage, we drive back to Kathmandu to enjoy a final Farewell Dinner together before you leave the country.