Sunkoshi River Rafting is one of the classic and top ten white water rafting trips in the world positioned in Nepal. Sun Koshi River also indented by the “River of bullion” is fed by the flurry of the Khumbu Region in the high Himalayas. Sun Koshi River is the key tributary of the Sapta Koshi “the biggest ricer in Nepal” which is one of the major rivers of south Asia and eventually flows into the sacred river Ganges in India.
The ever-altering Scenery alongside of the river and relaxing +3 rapid add a new occurrence to the trip every day. Sun Koshi River Rafting is an excellent mixture of the long day exhilarating and demanding rapids, and the beautiful and inspiring Scenery giving you an opportunity to learn about teamwork which will be helpful afterwards in this journey
Sunkoshi River Rafting starts from the put-in point in Dumja in substitute to Dolalghat which is in the 3 hours car drive space towards east from Kathmandu. In this rafting trip, you will raft approximately 272 kilometres along the river until you reach the take-out point at the plain of Chatara. This rafting trip originally passes through the high mountains and impressive steep Georges, terraced farmlands into the open valley, through the untouched subtropical forests and small remote villages. You stay somewhere on the side of these Jungles, villages and on the sandy bank of the river baked by the sun the whole day for the night camping and pleasuring the wilderness.
The rafting offers you wonderful views of the Mahabharata ranges which are the range of the central Himalayas. Ahead of reaching the take-out point in Chatara we also pass through one of the Holy Hindu sites of Baraha Chettra holding a temple devoted to 12 Hindu gods and goddesses. From the temple, the Mahabharata ranges and Rapcha range eventually alter into the lowland of Terai. From Chatara we drive back to Dharan and take a bus to Kathmandu Drive back to Biratnagar and take a flight to Kathmandu or extend your trip with other exotic tours to Chitwan National Park, Koshi Tappu Wildlife reserve or Pokhara.