Are you thinking of rafting in the Seti River of Nepal? Are you looking for 2 days Seti River Rafting in Nepal?
Seti River originates from the slopes of Api Mountain and Nampa peaks facing south to the main Himalayas. The river makes its way cutting a spectacular gorge across the Mahabharat range, hiding among tunnels and caves for a short distance. The river is synergetic to the lives of local villagers as it passes through the rice fields and jungles.
Seti River rafting for 2 days in Nepal is a perfect introduction to white water rafting. It is perfectly suited for beginners, nature lovers, families and amateur river kayakers. If you want to spend quality time with your family and get involved in a fun activity then you have found the perfect thing to do!
The 2 days Seti River Rafting in Nepal will begin from Damauli. The next stop will be Saran Ghat, with the trip eventually ending at Gai Ghat in Chitwan.
Damauli is 154 kilometers away from Kathmandu, taking roughly take 4 hours to reach the put-in point. After a brief session on the safety measures on rafting, the trip will begin. The rich vegetation and lush forested canyon will be a refreshing change from the hustle and bustle of Kathmandu.
You will witness wildlife early in the trip, before stopping for lunch in the afternoon. The break will give you various choices to choose from like bird watching, photography, swimming, relaxing on the beach or exploring the vicinity. Once you go back in the river you will encounter a small technical rapid near Saran Ghat village.
The area is populated by the people of Gurung and Magar ethnicity. You will get to know these colorful people. The day will end by camping on a long open beach below the village under the stars.
You will start the second day of the Seti River Rafting for 2 day in Nepal with breakfast. You will go down the river to experience the class 3 rapids, which need to be carefully maneuvered. Soon you will reach the merge point of the Seti and Trishuli River. After another twenty minutes of rafting, you will arrive at Gai Ghat, which marks the end point of the trip.
Chitwan national park is a short distance from Gai Ghat, which is a highly recommended tourist destination. Also, it is Asia’s most well-preserved national park where you can enjoy a jungle safari. If you do not have Chitwan National Park activities, you will drive directly to Kathmandu. Spend a night in the hotel.
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