Tamur river rafting is one of the challenging river rafting in Nepal. Tamor river, Nepal’s wild and east bend river the snows of Kanchenjunga feed a challenging less known relative of the Sun Koshi. Tamor river rafting combines one of the best short Himalayan treks, offering amazing mountain views, with an exhilarating new river expedition. Picking up our team of sprightly porters at Basantapur, we trek through ancient moss-covered rhododendron forests and sunlit meadows. At Doban three tributaries of the Tamor join their forces, combining the racing rivers of the high mountains to the north. Steep canyon walls enclose the river and the rapids are powerful and continuous. Wonderful land scape, beautiful country side, challenging rapid are the main attraction of Tamur river rafting in Nepal.
In the middle section the Tamur river rafting opens up and there are beautiful white sandy beaches. The last few days, where tamur river turns back to the west are phenomenal. Towering waves leap skyward, with seemingly endless rapids surging through steep canyon walls. Small fisherman’s villages line the confluence of every major tributary, while wild monkeys watch from the jungle as we drift past. Local people are a fascinating collage of tribes and castes that have perfected the brewing of their local drink, Tungba, to a fine art…. As we crest the 10,000-foot pass above the sacred lake at Gupha Pokhari, we are greeted by stunning views of the Kanchenjunga massif, Makalu and Everest.
Tamur river rafting journey takes us 120 Km. through some of Nepal’s remote areas giving you a unique wilderness experience. Tamur river white water rafting is trip start from Dobhan and end at Chatara Ghat. Best season for Tamur river rafting is October to December and February to May. Tamur rafting operates in camping basic only. If Tamor river white water rafting itinerary is not suitable for you, we design another itinerary as per your desire and duration of holidays. We operate Tamur river rafting as per your requirements; if you need more information about Tamur river rafting fell free to contact us. Tamur river rafting also combine with such a adventure travel activities known a safari, bungee jumping, as well as Hiking and so on in Nepal.
|Day 01 :||Drive from Kathmandu to Basantapur via Dharan.|
|Day 02 :||Trek from Basantapur to Chauki about 5 hrs.|
|Day 03 :||Trek from Chauki to Goth about 6 hrs.|
|Day 04 :||Trek from Goth to Dobhan about 4 hrs.|
|Day 05 :||Rafting start from Dobhan with IV/V rapids in Tamor River camp at Kabeli dobhan.|
|Day 06 :||Rafting from Kabeli dobhan to Koya River over night at camp.|
|Day 07 :||Raft down from Koya River to Dumre over night at camp.|
|Day 08 :||Rafting continues From Dumre to Tribenighat over night at camp.|
|Day 09 :||Rafting from Tribenighat to Chatara then Drive back to Kathmandu.|
|Day 10 :||Arrive in Kathmandu.|
|Transportation to the put in point and back from the take out point.|
|White water rafting River permit.|
|All meals during rafting period.|
|Highly experienced support staffs.|
|Twin sharing camping accommodation during rafting period.|
|Experienced river guide trained by government of Nepal.|
|All Necessary rafting equipments.|
|All procedure, local taxes and rescue arrangement.|
|First aid medical kit.|
|Airport pick up and drop.|
|Cold drinks, Mineral water and alcoholic beverages.|
|Rafting member insurance.|
|Hotel accommodations and meals not included in trip fact.|
|Personal expenses rafting equipments and tings.|
|Emergency evacuation cost.|
|Tips for guide and support staffs.|
Tamor river rafting combines one of the best short Himalayan treks, offering amazing mountain views, with an exhilarating new river expedition.