The Trishuli River is easily accessible from Kathmandu, Pokhara and Chitwan National Park. A trip on this river can be made for a varied durations, depending upon the availability of time and interest. It can be a perfect trip for the beginners or experienced rafters because of the Scenic valleys, exhilarating rapids and broad sections of the river as well as time.
During the monsoon, the Trishuli River promises a more challenging ride, with powerful rapids and whirlpools. Rafting on the Trishuli River can be the most exciting thing you can do in Nepal during monsoon and quite possibly one of the best two days big water rafting trips offered anywhere in the world. There are numerous exciting rapids in the way. Kuringhat, a small and picturesque village is an ending spot from where you can drive to Kathmandu or Chitwan National Park or Pokhara to continue your adventure in the Himalayas.
Day 01: Kathmandu - Charaundi - Kurintar
Drive from Kathmandu to Charaundi for two and a half hours. Meet the rafting crews and get brief information from a senior River Guide about the river safety and handling equipment. After floating down for an hour, stop for lunch on a sandy bank. After lunch, float down further encountering several major rapids and reach Kurintar for the night camp
Day 02:Kurintar - Mungling
After breakfast, start the rafting down encountering a few more rapids. Today the river flows between the canyons with more vegetation, stiff rocks on the both sides of the river, good for nature lovers. After Lunch, pass the confluence of the Trishuli and Seti, which originates from Mt. Macchapuchre.
Day 03:Mungling - Narayanghat
After breakfast, floating down, we slowly leave the mountains behind passing through the wide canyons. As we pass “windy canyon” and come to flat land called “dun valley”. This section is more scenic as it gets more flat & winding. In the afternoon, reach “Devghat”, the confluence of Kaligandaki & Trishuli which flows together becoming Narayani. This confluence is a holy place. During the month of January, thousands of devotees come here to take a holy dip in the river & celebrate a Hindu festival. After floating for an hour you reach the final point Narayanghat.