Nepal Govt. Registered No. 39911/062/063
About Us Contact Us Customize Trip


Nepal is well known for white water rafting. Nepal is perfect place for people wishing to have fun with rafting because of it is fast flowing, beautiful and powerful rivers rafting will be the perfect fun to make your heart feel happy and enjoyable. Nepal gives the incredible variety of white water challenges for the paddlers. White water rafting means cruising down a rushing river in an inflatable rubber raft or white water kayak over crashing waves and swirling rapids for the excitement of a lifetime. A series of the world is most outstanding river journeys are found here, ranging from steep, adrenaline charged mountain streams to classic big volume wilderness expedition to classic big volume wilderness expeditions. The combination of beautiful mountain scenery, exhilarating white water rapids and fascinating cultural opportunities make Nepal one of the premier places to go white water rafting. The rivers of Nepal are graded for difficulty on an internationally recognized grading scale of 1 to 6. GRADE I - It is easy going water with few obstacles. It indicates flat water, no rapids. GRADE II to III - Any one who is not afraid of water and have a reasonable physical shape can safely go to Grade 1 to 3. GRADE IV - It is more difficult but more excitement leave is also high is there. GRADE V - These are very powerful river that requires a strenuous paddling, has powerful waves, steep constricted channels. GRADE VI - These rivers are more powerful and dangerous to raft. Running through North to South, Nepal offers major rivers Karnali, Sunkoshi, Kaligandaki, Trisuli, Marshyangdi, Tamur and Kanchanjunga, Bhotekoshi, Seti, Bheri and many more. These rivers rises from the glacier of the highest mountain in the world and the mysterious plateau of Tibet.

Phone: +977-1-4212921
Mobile: +977-9851078583
We Accept all Major Cards
Nepal GOGO Treks is a proud member of
© 1997-2007 Nepal GOGO Treks Pvt. Ltd. All Right Reserved.
No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored or transmitted in any form, without a written permission.