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Trishuli River

Mila Adventure ID: MILA-SU18

Trip Highlights

  • 2-day trip from Kathmandu
  • Class III-IV+
  • Easy access from Kathmandu
  • Monsoon Special - from June through September

Trisuli is one of Nepal's most popular rafting rivers; easy access from Kathmandu and Pokhara, scenic valleys and impressive gorges, exhilarating rapids and easier sections and the right amount of time all contribute to its popularity. It's easy accessibility and easy rafting makes it one of the most popular rivers among river runners.

A tow day trip or a three-day trip can be combined by a trip to Chitwan national Park. A two-day Monsoon high-water trip starting at Malekhu and taking out at Gaighat is a classic river experience.You run all the good rapids, following the river through its middle stage watch it grow as its tributaries join, marvel as it cuts its way through impressive gorges, then leave it as it spills over the lowlands.

From Malekhu, swift torrents carry us through exciting rapids and beautiful canyons. Our rafts crash through towering waves and holes, and there's time to cruise and explore on our 80km journey to Gaighat.

High Monsoon flows provide plenty of exhilaration. Where we start rafting the river is confined to the narrow valleys and gorges of the middle hills, and two days rafting downstream brings us to where the valley opens out to the lowlands.

Continuing to a wildlife safari in Chitwan is an excellent idea; the jungles are at their wildest state in this season and the wildlife