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Arun river rafting

Arun river rafting, Arun river rafting in Nepal, Nepl Arun river rafting
Price: On request Grade: II to IV Season: Autumn & Spring Duration: 5 Days Operation: Camping Activities: Rafting/ Sightseeing Group Size: up to 2 pax Highest access: Start From: KTM - Tumlingtar Ending at: Chatara Ghat - KTM

Trip Introduction

Arun river rafting info

Arun river is the one of the biggest river in Nepal. Arun river is one of the tributaries of river Sapta Koshi that flows in the eastern part of Nepal. Arun river rafting begins at Tumlingtar and ends at Chatara. Arun river rafting starting point can be approached either by flight or by road from Kathmandu.  Great rapids as well as remote location makes Arun the best river to run the fantastic white water rafting adventure. Arun rivers source is on the Tibetan Plateau. 70 km rafting distance at river takes 5 to 6 days to complete the Arun river rafting. Arun River is one of the grade 5 rafting river of Nepal. Arun river rafting is also considered as one of the most challenging rafting river of Nepal.
Arun river rafting is an excellent choice for a long whitewater rafting trip, who is seeking a true adventure and the thrill of encountering huge rapids in a peaceful setting. Arun river rafting is the best choice for those who want to whitewater raft expedition into the wilderness area. Besides, the whole Arun river area is a quite perfect area offering an insight of traditional beautiful villages, breathtaking Mountain View; dense forests etc. Upper Arun is one of the most powerful and respected rivers in Nepal, cutting through the Himalaya with deep and awesome gorges, lush valleys and superb riverside beaches. The powerful current and large water volume ensure huge and impressive rapids are encountered the length of this river journey. The rapids can be challenging and technically complex.
Impressive Arun river rafting is exclusively for those undertaking an expedition to get lifetime experience. Arun River white water rafting trip start from Tumlingtar, Kartikeghat and end at Chatara Ghat Best season for Arun river rafting is October to December and February to April. Arun river rafting operates in camping basic only. If white water rafting itinerary is not suitable for you, we design another itinerary as per your desire and duration of holidays. We operate Arun river rafting as per your requirements; if you need more information about Arun river rafting fell free to contact us. Arun river rafting also combine with such a adventure travel activities known a  safari, bungee jumping, as well as walking holidays trip and so on in Nepal.

Day 01 : Flight from Kathmandu to Tumlingtar then trek to Kartikeghat.
Day 02 : Rafting from Katikeghat to Savaya Khola.
Day 03 : Rafting continue from Savaya Khola to Megan Besi.
Day 04 : Rafting continue from Megan Besi to Barachhetra.
Day 05 : Rafting ends at Chatara then drive back to Kathmandu via Dharan.

Services Included

rafting in Nepal Transportation to the put in point and back from the take out point.
rafting in Nepal White water rafting River permit.
rafting in Nepal All meals during rafting period.
rafting in Nepal Highly experienced support staffs.
rafting in Nepal Twin sharing camping accommodation during rafting period.
rafting in Nepal Experienced river guide trained by government of Nepal.
rafting in Nepal All Necessary rafting equipments.
rafting in Nepal Safety Kayak.
rafting in Nepal All procedure, local taxes and rescue arrangement.
rafting in Nepal First aid medical kit.

Services Excluded

rafting in Nepal Airport pick up and drop.
rafting in Nepal Cold drinks, Mineral water and alcoholic beverages.
rafting in Nepal Rafting member insurance.
rafting in Nepal Hotel accommodations and meals not included in trip fact.
rafting in Nepal Personal expenses rafting equipments and tings.
rafting in Nepal Emergency evacuation cost.
rafting in Nepal Sleeping bags.
rafting in Nepal Tips for guide and support staffs.

Arun River is an excellent choice for a long whitewater rafting trip, who is seeking a true adventure and the thrill of encountering huge rapids in a peaceful setting.