Rafting in Upper Bhote Koshi River, Kathmandu, Nepal

River Class:
IV - V
400m³ /1400ft³
Best Period:
October to December & March to May
Ending Point:
Dolalghat Dam or Lamosangu Dam (46km/28.58mi, run)
Highly recommended to avoid public transportation
The Bhote Koshi river stems from Tibet and is part of the Koshi River System. It is considered to be as the steepest and most ranging river in Nepal. Here, rafting can be only extreme and absolutely exciting!

Nepal is a landlocked country, super famous for the ten highest mountain peaks in the world. Nepal hosts, as well, one of the hottest rafting spots similar to Zambezi (Zambia) in Africa and to Upper Gauley River (West Virginia) in the USA.

The Bhote Koshi river in Central Nepal can be described as the ultimate rafting experience. The continuous rapids class IV and even V, in some parts, the  successive torrents, the furious flow of the water, make Bhote Koshi a very challenging white water rafting adventure. Although Bhote Koshi is a short river, excellent skills and very good handling to withstand the  difficulty of rafted this magnificent river are required. Stay safe, remain healthy and simply enjoy it!!!