This river is most easily accessible river. It's the most popular river rafting of Nepal too. During the rafting, it passes through the impressive gorges, exciting rapids, traversing the rugged foothills and meanders through the lush tropical jungles. After the trip, one can extend his/her trip to the Royal Chitwan National Park to enjoy the safari and wildlife or to Pokhara for the Natural beauties of Annapurna Ranges and Mt. Fishtail to make a short or long trek towards Himalaya. The confluences, rapids during the rafting are the major remarkable moments of this trip.
Drive Kathmandu-Charaundi for two and half an hour.
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 beach. After lunch, float down further encountering several
major rapids and reach Kurintar for the night camp. The major rapids during
today's raft are Ladies, Delight, Upset, Monsoon, Surprise and other smaller
and medium rapids.
After breakfast, start the rafting down encountering
a few more rapids named S-rapid, Muglin Part I and II, Double Decker, Tea Pot,
Rocky II, Coffee Pot etc. Today the river flows between the gorges and 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. Fishtail, forming a remarkable, deep and narrow gorge in Pokhara. Reach
and camp at Bhorley.
After breakfast, floating down, we slowly leave the
mountains behind passing through the wide canyons. As we pass "windy canon"
and come to flat land called "dun valley". This section is more scenic as it
gets more flat and winding. In the afternoon, reach "Devghat", the confluence
of Kaligandaki and 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 and celebrate a Hindu festival. After floating
a hour reach to Narayanghat and terminate the rafting.