Seti River Rafting

Trip Facts

Price: USD 0

Duration: 2 days

Seti River offers a gentler alternative to Kali Gandaki rafting with fairly tame class 3 rapids with contrasting scenic areas of Manaslu and Annapurna regions. It’s a better choice than a similar trip starting on Trisuli, as it takes you away from the road and has a fine green jungle corridor and beautiful white sand beaches for camping. Seti River has relatively small volume but blue and warm water often recommend as an ideal small trip for new rafters as well as "Warm-up" for intermediate kayakers.

Seti River Rafting is popular among birdwatchers groups who often scheduled this as a part of their itinerary from Pokhara to Chitwan. With lavish vegetation along the river is a remnant of the vast forested area. Seti has fame of its dazzling scenery, as a gentle river attracts families, bird watchers, nature lovers and dreamers in this rout.

After 6 hours bus drive on Prithivi Highway from Kathmandu you will be with the river for whitewater challenge. From the put-in point Damauli it passes 35 km to put-out point Gaighat, Chitwan. Seti River water temperature is incredibly warm, making it popular choice for winter and for kayak clinics. After you completed the rafting trip, you will get choice to continue your journey to Chitwan for jungle safari or back to Kathmandu.

Day to Day Itinerary

Day 1:Day 1
Drive to Damauli rafting put-in-point from Kathmandu. Throughout the 7 hour drive with magnificent views of the Annapurna and Dhaulagiri regions along with Machhapuchhre. Team leader will brief about safety, rapids and paddling. Warm up encounter with several big-small rapids, trip will reach Sarang ghat beach for over night camping.

Day 2:Day 2
After breakfast, constant bumping on river rapids starts with classes III & II with beautiful jungle scenery. Completing about 35 km constant bumping rafting reaches at the put-out-point Gaighat. After lunch rafting trip will over at about 4 pm. From there you can join another trip to Pokhara or Chitwan jungle safari.

Trip Cost Includes

  1. Transportations.
  2. Meals, Western and continental food (breakfast, lunch, dinner) during rafting trip
  3. Rafting Permits
  4. Necessary equipment as high quality self-bailing rafts, lifejackets, helmets, plastic paddles, wetsuits (only on winter) on certain rivers, dry bag for gear, camera barrels and safety and medical equipments.
  5. Necessary Staffs (Guide, Helpers, Cook etc).
  6. Tented accommodation with camp fire.
  7. Kayak.
  8. Food, accommodation, insurance for staff and their transportation.
  9. Expedition essentials including professional guides and leaders.
  10. First aid box.
  11. Company T-Shirt.

Trip Cost Excludes

  1. Bottled water, drinks and alcoholic beverages.
  2. Hotel accommodations & meals (if you stay at hotel)
  3. Emergency evacuation.
  4. Things of personal use.
  5. Your insurance.
  6. International airport pick up drop (if you order we can arrange)
  7. Tips to staffs
  8. Sleeping bag (NRS.50 per night).