We are the No.1 Kayakers in Nepal and the only company to specialise in kayaking and as our name suggest, we LOVE it! From learning to kayak to going on once in a lifetime expeditions, we can't think of anything better to do with our time. This is what we do best, and we don't think you'll find anyone that knows the rivers in Nepal better than we do.
So, why Nepal? Nepal is a river runner's heaven. There is no other country that has such outstanding views, temples, food, festivals and culture and might we add has some of the worlds best rivers.
Whether your an individual, group or a kayak club we have a trip for you. We offer kayak clinics, day tours, expeditions, kayak hire and even guide hire; ask us about our famous multiriver expedition for intermediate to experienced paddlers. ***GRG FAVOURITE***
We have worked with the World Class Kayak Academy, English Kayak Clubs and local schools taking them all over Nepal to a variety of rivers.
Please see the rivers below or click on our drop down menu for more options.
Trisuli - 1-2 days. Great for the first time boater or a good warm up for experienced paddlers before they take on the 'big ones'!
Lower Seti - 2 days. The Seti Khola is a relaxing river with a lot of gentle rapids. It offers great chances for swimming and wildlife spotting, making it highly suitable for families and first time kayakers. It is one of the most beautiful and pristine and did we mention warmest rivers in Nepal.
Upper Seti - 1/2 day of sweet sweet whitewater. Great for the intermediate kayaker and only half hours drive from Pokhara
Bhote Kosi - 1-2 days. Not so far from Kathmandu, this is a short but very very sweet trip that’s packed full of fun, action and endless white water from the continuous rapids. The trip finishes near to the Tibet border, home to the only site for Bungy jumping and canyon swiming in Nepal. Giving you the chance to round out your rafting adventure with more adrenaline packed activities. Hold on tight, crew, this is going to be one wild ride. Oh by the way, don’t forget to take in the stunning scenery as you get churned down this washing machine!
Kaligandaki - 3 days. One of Nepal’s most stunning rafting rivers that will deliver some punchy rapids, loads of splashy fun and a tantalizing glimpse of Nepal’s enticing river culture.
Marsyandi - 3-5 days. Carving down the up side of the famous Annapurna Circuit trekking trail, this gem of clear flowing, rapid packed river is one surly ride that demands respect from those who choose to paddle it. The river is surrounded by jaw dropping beauty and is seeped in traditional Nepali culture, taking you into the very heart of rafting in Nepal.
*** GRG FAVOURITE***Sun Kosi - 9 days. The Sun Kosi is one of the top 10 rivers in the world to run. In kilometers it's the longest river trip in Nepal. Traversing 270 km through the beautiful Mahabharata mountain range. It begins after a 3 hour drive from Kathmandu, and is 60 km from the Tibetan border. This all-encompassing trip takes you from the mountains bordering Tibet to the hot dusty Indian plains of the Terai. It certainly is one classy river with lots of fun to be had by paddlers…simply put, a golden journey with many highlights.
Karnali - 10 days. Considered as Nepal’s biggest and mightiest river, the Karnali lies in the country’s Wild West. Getting there is all part of the adventure; a long rugged day/night bus trip is required to reach our starting point, but the rafting that follows is well worth the effort. Rated as one of the top 10 rivers in the world, this is guaranteed to be an epic white water journey that you will never forget.
Tamur - 11 days. The Tamur is one of the most remote rivers in the country and offers up a spectacular rafting/trekking combination trip that will take your breath away. The rivers isolation makes it a less travelled place and a fantastic white water and cultural experience as you get a first hand experience of village life along the way. Simply put it’s a challenging yet highly rewarding river trip, that for any rafting “Connoisseur” is a must do.