Are you ready for the rafting adventure of a lifetime? Does helping less-fortunate children also do your heart good? Join RCDP Charity rafting tours in Nepal benefitting a worthy orphanage. Since 1998, 4000 participants have helped us raise funds for needy children while marveling at some of the world’s most breathtaking scenery!
We have developed the charity rafting services with a burning desire to make a difference in the needy children via adventure. Thus, you will challenge yourself while doing something wonderful for the underprivileged Nepalese children. Nothing beats rafting in the rivers of Nepal, and it's even more fulfilling when you're helping to collecting funds for a good cause.
When you join our charity rafting tours, you will not only join an exhilarating rafting in the scenic river, but also hugely contribute to better functioning of the Ashna Orphanage. Our Charity raft donates $100 per person to the Ashna Orphanage. This struggling children’s home uses the money for the orphans’ vital educational and extracurricular activities. RCDP invites you to explore this beautiful country on the scenic challenge of lifetime while making a difference in poor children’s lives.
1‘Day Rafting over Trishuli River’ trip is known as being one of the most culturally stimulating and exciting
Seti River originates from the slopes of Api Mountain and Nampa peaks facing south to the main Himalayas.
Karnali River originates from the Tibetan plateau near lake Manasarovar. The river carves its way
Bheri River is a major tributary of Karnali River and flows along the western region of the Dhaulagiri range
Tamur is one of the main rivers of eastern Nepal and the sixth largest river of Nepal. The melted snow of Mount Kanchenjunga
Kathmandu boasts a rich culture and ancient heritage, Chitwan is perfect to bask in the wilderness and experience the amazing wildlife of Chitwan
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Trishuli River originates from the Tibet Autonomous Region in China. The melted snow of Mt. Langtang
Sunkoshi means the river of gold and flows from the snow-capped mountains, offering the longest rafting trip in Nepal.