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If you’re nervous about the white water and don’t want to get wet, but still want an interesting river with the ‘get a away from it all feeling’, then this is the one.
A big but relatively easy river, with beautiful, unspoiled scenery, small gorges, jungle and an abundance of wildlife. A relaxing river trip especially for those with limited experience.
Below Ramdi the river flows east into an open valley for approximately 100 km before joining with the Trisuli river at Devghat to become the Narayani and flow onwards to the Ganges.
The lower half of the river is sparsely populated, with a jungle corridor and pristine white beaches. There is abundant wildlife along the river- including more than 250 species of bird. There are reports of the rare fresh water dolphin. Also rare, but occasionally seen, are crocodiles- the Gharial and the Marsh Mugger.
|Day 01:||Kathmandu – Ramdighat by bus. Overnight.|
|Day 02:||Ramdighat – Pullar by rafting.|
|Day 03:||Pullar – Ramtar by rafting.|
|Day 04:||Ramtar – Khalte by rafting 5 hours. Khalte – Devghat by rafting 3 hrs.|